Patty Brard's latest column in Weekend Magazine deals with Dutch retired football player Wim Kieft. A prolific goal-scorer whose main asset resided in his heading ability, he played in his country for two of the most important clubs, Ajax and PSV, with equal team and individual success. He also played abroad in Italy and France. For the Dutch national team Kieft scored in double digits in more than one decade of play, being a very valuable member of the squad that won Euro 1988. He also represented the nation at the 1990 World Cup. Recently a biography (entitled "KIEFT" and written by Michel van Egmond) was published. The former football player told that he had been cocaine addict for many years.
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