The football world saddened by the death of Rensenbrink (72)
25 January, 2020 23:16
25-01-20 at 23:16
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In the world of football has Saturday’s sad reaction to the death of Rob Rensenbrink. The former Dutch international was 72 years of age.
Rensenbrink, who played a part in the lost world cup finals in 1974 and 1978, are considered to be one of the best football players ever. He was one of the legendary Orange-generation players such as Johan Cruyff, Willem van Hanegem and Johan Neeskens.
“What a sad day,” said Jan Mulder, on FOX Sports. “I would have the afternoon to draw near him and I called his wife, Corrie, what I would need to come out. She said, “John, it’s pretty useless now.” He was not great, and, suddenly, in a coma. For the kids, and the doctor was there, and I had nothing to look for.”