De Piet Kleine Fanclub & De Specials - Het Piet Kleine Lied download album
Piet de Visser (born 23 September 1934) is a Dutch football manager and scout. He is best known for scouting players like Romário and Ronaldo and successfully bringing them to Europe. He is currently a personal adviser to Roman Abramovich, the owner of English Premier League club Chelsea. After a career as a player for De Zeeuwen, RCH and Zeeland Sport, De Visser became involved in management. In 1957, he started as a youth and assistant manager at Sparta Rotterdam.
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Pieter "Piet" Kleine (born 17 September 1951) is a former speed skater from the Netherlands who specialized in the longer distances. Personal information. At the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Piet Kleine became Olympic Champion on the 10,000 m, beating world record holder Sten Stensen – who won silver – in a close race. This was a reversal of the roles in the Olympic 5,000 m (which had been held three days earlier), in which Stensen had won gold and Kleine silver. In both the 5,000 m and the 10,000 m, Dutch – later French – speed skater Hans van Helden (then world record holder on the 5,000 m) won bronze.
Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Preceded by Dianne de Leeuw. Flagbearer for Netherlands Lake Placid 1980. Succeeded by Hilbert van der Duim.
Piet is really esoteric, because the program is a picture. npiet is an interpreter for piet programs and takes as input a portable pixmap (a ppm file) and since v. a png and gif files too - other formats may follow.
Piet Meeuse publiceerde in 1997 de verhalen bundel "Schermutselingen", die genomineerd werd voor de ECI-prijs en de AKO Literatuurprijs. Voor zijn essaybandels 'De jacht op Proteus' en 'Doorkijkjes' ontving hij respectievelijk de Conrad Busken Huetprijs (1992) en de Greshoff prijs (1996). Zijn meest recent essaybundel is 'Betoveringen' (2006).
At the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Piet Kleine became Olympic Champion on the 10,000 m, beating world record holder Sten Stensen – who won silver – in a close race.
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|A||–De Piet Kleine Fanclub & De Specials||Het Piet Kleine Lied (De Zilvervloot)
Written-By, Producer – B. Tinge*
|B||–Theo Koomen||Hoogtepunten Uit Het Radioverslag Van De Gouden 10.000 Meter Race Van Piet Kleine Tijdens De Olympische Winterspelen 1976|