Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Abubaker Tabula, Akombo Ukeyima, Ali Gerba, Anders Grönhagen, Andreas Hermansson, Andreas Lindberg, Anton Andersson (footballer), Arash Bayat, Ari Freyr Skúlason, Aziz Corr Nyang, Bala Garba, Benny Mattsson, Billy Berntsson, Christian Brink, Chris Cleaver, Daniel Sliper, David Myrestam, Dennis Östlundh, Donatas Vencevi?ius, Emil Forsberg, Erkan Saglik, Fredric Jonson, Fredrik Holster, Hannes Sigurðsson, Johan Eklund, Johan Patriksson, Jonas Wallerstedt, Jón Guðni Fjóluson, Jukka Ikäläinen, Kakhaber Tskhadadze, Kali Ongala, Kristian Ek, Lennart Söderberg, Linus Hallenius, Magnus Powell, Magnus Wikström, Marcus Danielsson, Marko Tuomela, Mathias Florén, Mattias Nylund, McKinley Tennyson, Michel Pires, Mikael Dahlberg, Mikael Lustig, Nuri Mustafi, Patrik Rikama-Hinnenberg, Patrik Rikama Hinnenberg, Pa Dibba, Per Nilsson (footballer), Robbin Sellin, Robert Lundström, Robert Mambo Mumba, Roger Risholt, Ronnie Hellström, Simon Helg, Stefan Ålander, Stig Sundqvist, Sverrir Garðarsson, Tobias Eriksson, Tomas Backman, Tomas Brolin, Tommy Bergersen, Tommy Naurin, Tom Kåre Staurvik, Torbjörn Ek, Øyvind Svenning. Excerpt: Per Tomas Brolin (born 29 November 1969 in Hudiksvall) is a Swedish former professional football player who had a successful period with A.C. Parma during the early nineties winning the 1992 Coppa Italia, the 1993 Cup Winners' Cup, the 1993 UEFA Super Cup and the 1995 UEFA Cup. Brolin also played for the Swedish national team, finishing third in the 1994 World Cup and was also a beaten semi finalist at the 1992 European championship as well as having competed in the 1990 World Cup. Although a class act in his youth, in 2007 he was voted in at Number 2 in The Times poll of the "50 Worst footballers (to grace the Premier League)", reflecting his dismal downturn in form after he signed for the English club Leeds United in 1995. His once glittering career never recovered after the transfer to Leeds United, and by the age of 29 he had retired from playing. Brolin's first professional match was for Näsvikens IK in 1984 at the age of 14 against Kilafors, and he went onto make 36 appearances for the fourth division club. GIF Sundsvall, spotted Brolin and offered him a contract in which he could continue his education while developing his career. In 1986 Brolin enrolled at Fotbollsgymnasiet, the football academy in Sundsvall. He was subsequently signed by GIF Sundsvall, making his first team debut in 1987 against IF Elfsborg. After two seasons at Sundsvall Brolin moved to IFK Norrkoping. Brolin was signed by the Italian club, AC Parma, in 1990 just after Parma had been promoted to Serie A. He quickly formed an effective partnership at Parma with another player, Alessandro Melli, who, like Brolin was only 20 years old. Melli who wore the No.7 jersey was a box player, quick, nimble, good in the air, and lethal from six yards. Meanwhile, Brolin who wore No.11 was a midfielder. The partnership delivered 20 goals; 13 from Melli and 7 from Brolin. Parma finished in joint fifth place in their first season in Serie A. It was the first time that the team qualified for the Europe in t
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