PSV club icon Willy van der Guizlen has died at the age of 74. De Prabandar is the highest scoring player in the Premier League with 311 goals. “No player will match Van der Quizlen’s performance on the PSV,” the Eindhoven club wrote.
Van der Quizlen had the right to call himself ‘Mr. BSV’. Between 1964 and 1981 he played in over 500 matches for his favorite club, with whom he won three league titles and a one-time UEFA Cup. He was allowed to win the UEFA Cup as captain in 1978 after winning the final against Bastia (3-0).
De Helmonder is the three-time Premier League top scorer: in 1966, 1970 and 1974. ‘Skeet Willie!’, They shouted at Phillips Stadium when Van der Quizlen hit back left or right. He later worked as a scout and youth, assistant and striker coach at BSV. In recent years, van der Quizlen, as a club icon, has always presented the PSV shirt when a new player was presented.
No footballer has scored more goals in Dutch football than Van der Guizlen. Born Helmonder scored 308 times for PSV and three times for MVV, for which he played in one season. Van der Guizlan scored 46 more goals on ERTV than Root Keells. Johan Cruz is the third highest scorer in Dutch football with 215 wins. The legendary No. 14 played football for most of his career in Spain and the United States.
Van der Quizlen was mainly known for the PSV shirt, not the orange. A qualified member of the Eindhoven club, the Dutch national team has not conceded more than 22 international matches and seven goals, missing out on the 1974 and 1978 World Cups. Van der Guizlen never played in a final because he and PSV goalkeeper John Wayne were involved in a Beaver clash with Grozf and some other Ajax players.
There is a statue of Van der Quizlen at Phillips Stadium. It is next to the statue of Goyan Dillon, another PSV club icon.
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