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Voetbal International (VI) is a Dutch football magazine.wikipedia
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Johan Derksen

GM Carolina Pruis runs the magazine and Thijs van Veghel and Tom van Hulsen are the chief editors since the retirement of Johan Derksen on 1 August 2013.
He was the editor-in-chief of Voetbal International from 2000 until his retirement in 2013, the Netherlands' most prominent football magazine.

European Sports Media

ESM Team of the YearEuropean Sports MagazinesESM
VI was one of the founding members of ESM but left the group in 2007.

Voetbal Inside

Voetbal InternationalVoetbal International (TV show)
Since 2008, a programme aired by RTL 7 (Netherlands) is called Voetbal International as well.
The program is named after and sponsored by the football magazine Voetbal International.

Johan Cruyff

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Messi won the poll earning the number one spot ahead of compatriot Diego Maradona and Dutch legend Johan Cruyff, that came second and third respectively.
There was a documentary on Cruyff, Nummer 14 Johan Cruyff and in the Netherlands there is a magazine by Voetbal International, Nummer 14.

Netherlands

Association football

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Voetbal International (VI) is a Dutch football magazine.

Eredivisie

Netherlands Football League ChampionshipErediviseDutch Eredivisie
For years they have made a guide for the Dutch season, including the fixture lists and information and statistics of every Eredivisie and Eerste Divisie team and its players.

Eerste Divisie

Jupiler Leaguesecond divisionDutch second division
For years they have made a guide for the Dutch season, including the fixture lists and information and statistics of every Eredivisie and Eerste Divisie team and its players.

Hoofdklasse

2013fifth tier of Dutch footballHoofdklasse Saturday B
They have also issued season previews of the English, German, French, Belgian and Spanish competitions as well as for the Dutch Hoofdklasse, the highest amateur league.

RTL 7

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Since 2008, a programme aired by RTL 7 (Netherlands) is called Voetbal International as well.

René van der Gijp

Van der Gijp
Since that moment, former football player René van der Gijp has been made a series regular, after Willem van Hanegem quit the job.

Willem van Hanegem

Wim van HanegemVan Hanegem
Since that moment, former football player René van der Gijp has been made a series regular, after Willem van Hanegem quit the job.

Lionel Messi

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Messi won the poll earning the number one spot ahead of compatriot Diego Maradona and Dutch legend Johan Cruyff, that came second and third respectively. On 7 June 2017, the magazine elected Argentine Lionel Messi as the best footballer in history, after a voting that took place in order to rank the top 100 footballers of all time.

Diego Maradona

MaradonaDiego Armando MaradonaArgentine footballer
Messi won the poll earning the number one spot ahead of compatriot Diego Maradona and Dutch legend Johan Cruyff, that came second and third respectively.

Dutch Footballer of the Year

Dutch Football Talent of the YearDutch Golden ShoeJohan Cruyff Trophy
In 2006, the award merged with the annual prize named Golden Boot (Gouden Schoen), awarded since 1982 by the Dutch daily De Telegraaf and the Dutch football magazine Voetbal International.

Michael Uchebo

Michael Okechukwu Uchebo
Dutch Voetbal International referred to Uchebo as the new Nwankwo Kanu.

Antal Nagy (footballer, born 1944)

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Bert Nederlof

He joined leading Dutch football magazine Voetbal International in 1973 where he worked as editor, editor-in-chief and senior editor during 35 years.