Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 36. Chapters: Adrian Vandenberg, Andrej Mrkela, Bas Nijhuis, Bert Doorn, Bert Schierbeek, Bob Schepers, Bracha van Doesburgh, Bram Ronnes, Britt Vonk, Caroline Wensink, Christiaan Kuyvenhoven, Christian Freeling, Dick Grune, Dorien de Vries, Edo Buma, Erik Akkersdijk, Ester Workel, Eternal Flame (band), Frederik Bos, Gerrit Jannink, H.H. ter Balkt, Hans Schnitger, Hans Theessink, Hans van Abeelen, Hans van der Noordaa, Harry Bannink, Hellen Boering, Henk-Jan Zwolle, Hennie Hollink, Henny Thijssen, Jacqueline Hassink, Jan Herman van Heek, Jasper van 't Hof, Jeroen Heubach, Johan Reekers, Joost Volmer, Kamiel Cornelissen, Karim El Ahmadi, Kees Boertien, Kees van Baaren, Leon van Dijk, Linda Voortman, Maickel Ferrier, Marcel Möring, Mark Wotte, Marvin Oduber, Max Rood, Mitch Stockentree, Noor Holsboer, Olaf van Andel, Patrick Meijer, Paulus Hoekstra, Paul Polman, Petra van Heijst, Rachel Ter Horst, Rania Zeriri, Reiny Landkroon, Remko Pasveer, Renze Fij, Rianne Guichelaar, Rob Hollink, Rob Reekers, Ruud ter Heide, Sander Thoenes, Sander Westerveld, Sjoerd Overgoor, Theo Bult, Thomas Berge, Tim Gilissen, Tim Sluiter, Tjaronn Chery, Ugur Ungor, Wiebe Draijer, Willem Wilmink, Wilma Landkroon. Excerpt: Karim El Ahmadi Arrousi (Arabic: ???? ???????; born 27 January 1985 in Enschede) is a Dutch footballer of Moroccan descent who currently plays as a defensive midfielder for Aston Villa in the Premier League. El Ahmadi was born and raised in Enschede, Overijssel, Netherlands. His parents are both Moroccan, making him eligible to represent the Morocco national football team. At the age of 9, El Ahmadi started playing football at local Enschede club UDI. He got noticed quickly by scouts from Twente and was invited to join their academy. On 21 March 2004, El Ahmadi made his official debut in Twente's first team in the away match against FC Utrecht (2-0) where he played 90 minutes. El Ahmadi able to get more playing 2 more game against Groningen and RBC Roosendaal but with the return of On the last match of the season in a match against RKC Waalwijk on 9 May 2004, El Ahmadi provided as assist for Kim Christensen to make it 3-2 but RKC Waalwijk scored in the late minutes to make 3-3. The following season 2004-05, El Ahmadi began coming on as a substitute for the next two games against Ajax and RKC Waalwijk at the start of the season. In a match against Heerenveen on 28 August 2004, El Ahmadi played for 90 minutes and setting up a goal for Blaise Nkufo in a 4-1 victory. On 13 November 2004, El Ahmadi scored his first goal for the club in a 2-0 win over N.E.C.. At the end of the season, El Ahmadi played 16 league games, playing mostly on the wing positions. He then quickly became a first team regular. The following season 2005-06, El Ahmadi find himself out of the first team and made 8 appearance following an arrival of Kennedy Bakircioglü and Patrick Gerritsen. The following season 2006-07, El Ahmadi suffered an knee injury in UEFA Cup match against Ukrainian side Levadia Tallinn in a 1-1 draw. After recovering, El Ahmadi return to the reserve and by mid-November, El Ahmadi played his first match of the season, coming on as a substitute for Wout Brama in a 7-1 win over Gro
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