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Jef Vliers Personal information Full name Jozef Vliers Date of birth 18 December 1932(1932-12-18) Place of birth Tongeren, Belgium Date of death 19 January 1994(1994-01-19) (aged 61) Playing position Striker Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1951–1954 K.S.K. Tongeren 1954–1956 RC Brussels 1956–1959 K. Beerschot V.A.C. 1959–1966 Standard de Liège 210 (24) National team 1955–1963 Belgium 6 (0) Teams managed 1967–1969 Racing White 1969–1970 Beerschot 1972–1974 Beringen 1976–1977 Royal Antwerp 1978–1979 Waterschei Thor 1979 1. FC Nuremberg 1981–1983 Tongeren 1984 Luxembourg 1988 Standard de Liège 1988–1989 Genk * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Jozef Vliers (18 December 1932 – 19 January 1994[1]), nicknamed Jef, was a Belgian football player who finished top scorer of the Belgian First Division with 25 goals (together with Jef Van Gool) in 1958 while playing for Beerschot. He formerly played with Patria Tongeren and then with Racing de Bruxelles. In the summer of 1955 he moved to Beerschot and he eventually played with Standard Liège. Vliers played 6 times with the Belgian national team between 1955 and 1963. He made his international debut on April 3, 1955 in a 1-0 friendly defeat to the Netherlands. He was in the team for the 1954 FIFA World Cup but he did not play. References ^ http://www.worldfootball.net/spieler_profil/jef-vliers/ External links Profile at weltfussball Profile at Standard de Liège v · d · eBelgium squad – 1954 FIFA World Cup 1 Gernaey • 2 Dries • 3 Van Brandt • 4 Huysmans • 5 Carré • 6 Mees • 7 Vliers • 8 Houf • 9 Coppens • 10 Anoul • 11 Mermans • 12 Geerts • 13 Dirickx • 14 Van Kerkhoven • 15 H. Van Den Bosch • 16 P. Van Den Bosch • 17 Ausloos • 18 Van Der Linden • 19 Backaert • 20 Maertens • 21 Van Steen • 22 Van Hoywegen • Coach: Livingstone v · d · eBelgian First Division Top Scorers 1895–96: Hickson | 1896–97: Hickson | 1897–98: König | 1898–99: König | 1899-00: Atkinson | 1900–01: Potts | 1901–02: Potts | 1902–03: Vanderstappen | 1903–04: Vanderstappen | 1904–05: De Veen | 1905–06: De Veen | 1906–07: Vertongen | 1907–08: Vertongen | 1908–09: Kevorkian | 1909–10: Vertongen | 1910–11: Six | 1911–12: Bunyan | 1912–13: Brébart | 1913–14: Bunyan | 1919–20: Vlamynck | 1920–21: Thys | 1921–22: Thys | 1922–23: Meyskens | 1923–24: Jooris | 1924–25: Taeymans | 1925–26: Grimmonprez | 1926–27: Fabry | 1927–28: Braine | 1928–29: Braine | 1929–30: De Vidts | 1930–31: Secrétin | 1931–32: Delmez | 1932–33: Ulens | 1933–34: Van Landeghem | 1934–35: Mondelé | 1935–36: Lambrechts | 1936–37: Collet | 1937–38: Mondelé | 1938–39: Wagner | 1941–42: De Cleyn | 1943–44: Mermans | 1945–46: De Cleyn | 1946–47: Mermans | 1947–48: Mermans | 1948–49: Thirifays | 1949–50: Mermans | 1950–51: Dehert | 1951–52: Coppens | 1952–53: Coppens | 1953–54: Van Den Bosch | 1954–55: Coppens | 1955–56: Mathonet | 1956–57: Willems | 1957–58: Van Gool & Vliers | 1958–59: Wégria | 1959–60: Wégria | 1960–61: Wégria | 1961–62: Stockman | 1962–63: Wégria | 1963–64: Van Himst | 1964–65: Colonval | 1965–66: Van Himst | 1966–67: Mulder | 1967–68: Van Himst & Claessen | 1968–69: Nagy | 1969–70: Emmerich | 1970–71: Kostedde | 1971–72: Lambert | 1972–73: Rensenbrink & Riedl | 1973–74: Ladinsky | 1974–75: Riedl | 1975–76: Posthumus | 1976–77: Van Der Elst | 1977–78: Nickel | 1978–79: Albert | 1979–80: Vandenbergh | 1980–81: Vandenbergh | 1981–82: Vandenbergh | 1982–83: Vandenbergh | 1983–84: Claesen | 1984–85: Martens | 1985–86: Vandenbergh | 1986–87: Gudjohnsen | 1987–88: Severeyns | 1988–89: Krnčević | 1989–90: Farina | 1990–91: Vandenbergh | 1991–92: Weber | 1992–93: Weber | 1993–94: Weber | 1994–95: Vidmar | 1995–96: Stanić | 1996–97: Špehar | 1997–98: Strupar | 1998–99: Koller | 1999-00: Årst & Brogno | 2000–01: Radzinski | 2001–02: Sonck | 2002–03: Sonck & Roussel | 2003–04: Pieroni | 2004–05: Jestrović | 2005–06: Dosunmu | 2006–07: Sterchele | 2007–08: Akpala | 2008–09: Ruiz | 2009–10: Lukaku | 2010–11: Perišić  Jozef Vliers managerial positions v · d · eR.W.D. Molenbeek managers Royal Racing White Höfling (1964–67) · Vliers (1967–69) · Week (1969–73) R. Daring Club Molenbeek Butler (1932–XX) · Riou (1958–61) · Denayer (19XX–XX) · Langrand (1964–66) · Elliott (1966–68) · Renders (1968) · Béres (1968–69) · Höfling (1969–71) · R.W.D. Molenbeek Week (1973–76) · de Visser (1976–77) · Horváth (1977–79) · Borremans (1979–81) · Boskamp (1981) · Brom (1981–82) · Dockx (1982–83) · Vermeersch (1983–84) · Garot (1984–86) · Frivaldszky (1986–87) · Horváth (1987) · Van Himst (1987–88) · Vandendaele (1988) · Broos (1988–91) · Novák (1991) · Smets (1991–94) · Vandereycken (1994–97) · Renders (1997–98) · Vandersmissen (1998) · Jacobs (1998–2001) · Thairet (2001) · Ferrera (2001–02) v · d · eK. Beerschot AC managers K. Beerschot V.A.C. Bingley (1913–14) · Janssens (1914–18) · Valence (1918–20) · Delausnay (1920–23) · Dick (1923–29) · Pelsmaecker (1929–31) · Roberts (1931–36) · Wesely (1936–42) · Janssens (1942–46) · Copping (1946–47) · Stijnen (1947–52) · Gommers (1952–53) · Jones (1953–55) · Berkessy (1955–57) · Ratinckx (1957) · de Vos (1957–60) · Sarosi (1960–61) · D'Hollander (1961–62) · Béres (1962–66) · Van Boxelaer (1966–67) · Van Beneden (1967–69) · Vliers (1969–70) · Béres (1970–72) · Geeraerts (1972–74) · Nollet (1974) · Coppens (1974–78) · Geeraerts (1978) · Knobel (1978–79) · Novák (1979–80) · Knobel (1980) · Nollet (1980–82) · Coppens (1982–84) · Nasdalla (1984) · Koudijzer (1984–86) · Davidovic (1986–87) · Smolders (1987–88) · Hughes (1988–89) · Heylens (1989–90) · Koudijzer (1990–91) · Kuusela (1991) · Mallants (1991–92) · Desaeyere (1992–95) · Peeters (1995–96) · Storme (1996–97) · Hulshoff (1997) · Noë (1997–99) K.F.C. Germinal Ekeren Beers (1988–90) · Desaeyere (1990) · Haesaert (1990–93) · Anthuenis (1993–94) · Helleputte (1994–96) · Gzil (1996–97) · Helleputte (1997–99) K.F.C. Germinal Beerschot Van der Elst (1999–03) · Brijs (2003–05) · Daerden (2005–06) · Brijs (2006–07) · van Veldhoven (2007–08) · Anthuenis (2008–09) · Daerden (2009–10) · De Boeck (2010) · Mathijssen (2010–11) K. Beerschot AC Mathijssen (2011–) v · d · eRoyal Antwerp F.C. – Managers Verdyck (1919–30) · Löwenfeldt (1930–32) · Delausnay (1932–34) · Less (1934) · Molnar (1934–36) · Löwenfeldt (1936–38) · Wertz (1938–39) · Pelsmaeker (1941–44) · Pelsmaeker (1945–49) · De Clercq & Gedopt (1949–53) · Game (1953–60) · Havlicek (1960–61) · Humenberger (1961–64) · Hofman & Fraifont (1964) · D'Hollander (1964–65) · Game (1965–68) · Maertens (1968–70) · Cautreels (1970–71) · Csernai (1971–72) · Wauters & Simons (1972) · Braems (1972–73) · Thys (1973–76) · Vliers (1976–77) · Novák (1977–79) · Van Den Bergh (1979–80) · Wauters (1980) · Davidovic (1980–83) · Dockx (1983–84) · Haan (1984–85) · Nollet (1985–86) · Keßler (1986–89) · Davidovic (1989–91) · Koekelcoren (1991) · de Wit (1991) · Meeuws (1991–93) · Haesaert (1993–95) · Svilar (1995) · Fazekas (1995–96) · Svilar (1996) · Keßler (1996–97) · Svilar (1997–98) · Van Acker (1998–01) · De Coninck (2001–02) · Houwaart (2002–03) · Desaeyere (2003) · Perazic (2003–04) · Grosjean (2004) · Tipurić (2004–05) · Van Acker (2005–06) · Joyce (2006–08) · Davidovic (2008–09) · Svilar (2009) · Andrews (2009–10) · De Roover (2010–) v · d · eK.R.C. Genk managers K. Waterschei S.V. Thor Genk Bollen () · Meuris () · Vliers (–79) · Brom (1979–81) · Pauwels (1981) · Künnecke (1981) · Pauwels (1981–82) · Künnecke (1982–83) · Grijzenhout (1983–84) · Geys (1984) · De Raeve () · K.F.C. Winterslag Waseige (1971–76) · Van den Bergh (1976–77) · Künnecke (1977–78) · Briganti (1978–79) · Waseige (1979–81) · Bollen (1981) · Briganti (1981–88) · K.R.C. Genk Künnecke (1988) · Vliers (1988–89) · Desaeyere (1989) · Alisic (1989) · Peeters (1989–90) · Theunis (1990–91) · Janssen (1991–93) · Peruzović (1993–94) · Denier & Beuls (1994) · Alisic (1994–96) · Denier (1996) · Anthuenis (1996–99) · Heyligen (1999–00) · Boskamp (2000) · Denier (2000–01) · Vergoossen (2001–04) · Denier & Van Geneugden (2004) · Vandereycken (2004–05) · Broos (2005–08) · Van Geneugden (2008–09) · Denier & Visser (2009) · Vanhaezebrouck (2009) · Vercauteren (2009–) v · d · e1. FC Nuremberg – Managers Spiksley (1913–14) · Kürschner (1921–22) · Spiksley (1927) · Michalke (1927–28) · Konrád (1930–32) · Schaffer (1932–35) · Michalke (1935–36) · Orth (1936–39) · Riemke (1939–41) · Schmidt (1941–45) · Michalke (1946–47) · Schmitt (1947–49) · Schmidt (1950–52) · Riemke (1952–54) · Binder (1955–60) · Widmayer (1960–63) · Csaknády (1963–64) · Baumann (1964–65) · Csaknády (1965–66) · Vincze (1966) · Merkel (1967–69) · Körner (a.i.) (1969) · Klötzer (1969–70) · Barthel (1970–71) · Mihajlović (1971) · Langner (1971) · Čajkovski (1971–73) · Tilkowski (1973–76) · Buhtz (1976–78) · Kern (1978) · Gebhardt (1978–79) · Vliers (1979) · Gebhardt (1979–80) · Heese (1980–81) · Popp (1981) · Hoffmann (1981) · Elzner (1981) · Klug (1981–83) · Kröner (1983) · Popp (1983) · Höher (1984–88) · Gerland (1988–90) · Lieberwirth (1990) · Haan (1990–91) · Entenmann (1991–93) · Renner (1993–94) · Zobel (1994) · Sebert (1995) · Gerland (1995–96) · Entenmann (1996–97) · Magath (1997–98) · Reimann (1998) · Brunner (1998) · Rausch (1998–2000) · Brunner (a.i.) (2000) · Augenthaler (2000–03) · Wolf (2003–05) · Lieberwirth (2005) · Meyer (2005–08) · von Heesen (2008) · Oenning (2008–09) · Hecking (2009–) v · d · eLuxembourg national football team – Managers Feierstein (1933–48) · Hoscheit/Müller/Reuter (1948–49) · Patek (1949–53) · Volentik (1953–55) · Havlicek (1955) · Lengyel (1955–59) · Sinibaldi (1959–60) · Heinz (1960–69) · Melchior (1969–72) · Legrand (1972–77) · Schoos (1978) · Pilot (1978–84) · Vliers (1984) · Kirchens (1985) · Philipp (1985–01) · Simonsen (2001–04) · Hellers (2004–10) · Holtz (2010–) v · d · eStandard Liège – Managers Bunyan (1912–14) · Van Hoorden (1916–19) · Lamport/Kogel (1922–24) · Hartley (1924–30) · Grisard (1930–32) · Hartley (1932–35) · Dupont (1935–36) · Riff (1937–39) · Grisard (1939–40) · Dohet (1940–42) · Wertz (1942–45) · Waroux (1945–50) · Basleer (1950–52) · Grisard (1952–53) · Riou (1953–58) · Kalocsay (1958–61) · Prouff (1961–63) · Jordan (1963–64) · Pavić (1964–68) · Hauss (1968–73) · Marković (1973) · Bulatović (1973–74) · van der Hart (1974–76) · Leduc/Lempereur (1976) · Waseige (1976–79) · Happel (1979–81) · Goethals (1981–84) · Semmeling (1984) · Pilot (1984–85) · Pavić (1985–87) · Desaeyere (1987) · Pavić (1987–88) · Vliers (1988) · Braems (1988–89) · Keßler (1989–91) · Haan (1991–93) · Vandereycken (1993–94) · Waseige (1994–96) · Daerden (1996–97) · de Mos (1997) · Boccar (1997–98) · Peruzović (1998) · Ivić (1998–99) · Mijac (1999) · Thissen (2000) · Ivić (2000) · D'Onofrio (2000–01) · Preud'homme (2001–02) · Waseige (2002) · D'Onofrio (2002–06) · Boskamp (2006) · Preud'homme (2006–08) · Bölöni (2008–10) · D'Onofrio (2010–) v · d · eK.R.C. Genk managers K. Waterschei S.V. Thor Genk Bollen () · Meuris () · Vliers (–79) · Brom (1979–81) · Pauwels (1981) · Künnecke (1981) · Pauwels (1981–82) · Künnecke (1982–83) · Grijzenhout (1983–84) · Geys (1984) · De Raeve () · K.F.C. Winterslag Waseige (1971–76) · Van den Bergh (1976–77) · Künnecke (1977–78) · Briganti (1978–79) · Waseige (1979–81) · Bollen (1981) · Briganti (1981–88) · K.R.C. Genk Künnecke (1988) · Vliers (1988–89) · Desaeyere (1989) · Alisic (1989) · Peeters (1989–90) · Theunis (1990–91) · Janssen (1991–93) · Peruzović (1993–94) · Denier & Beuls (1994) · Alisic (1994–96) · Denier (1996) · Anthuenis (1996–99) · Heyligen (1999–00) · Boskamp (2000) · Denier (2000–01) · Vergoossen (2001–04) · Denier & Van Geneugden (2004) · Vandereycken (2004–05) · Broos (2005–08) · Van Geneugden (2008–09) · Denier & Visser (2009) · Vanhaezebrouck (2009) · Vercauteren (2009–) Persondata Name Vliers, Jozef Alternative names Short description footballer Date of birth 18 December 1932 Place of birth Tongeren, Belgium Date of death 19 January 1994 Place of death This biographical article related to a forward from Belgium is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e