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Leo van Veen Personal information Full name Leo van Veen Date of birth 6 June 1946 (1946-06-06) (age 64) Place of birth Utrecht (city), Netherlands Playing position striker and defender Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls)† 1962-1970 1970-1982 1979-1980 1982-1983 1983-1984 1984-1986 DOS FC Utrecht Los Angeles Aztecs AFC Ajax FC Utrecht RKC Waalwijk 51 (21) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Leo van Veen (born 6 June 1946 in Utrecht) is a retired football (soccer) player from the Netherlands, who played for FC Utrecht, Los Angeles Aztecs, Ajax Amsterdam and RKC Waalwijk during his career. Later on he became a football manager. Van Veen played 555 games in the Eredivisie, scoring 174 goals. References Profile NEC Profile v · d · eVVV-Venlo – Managers Silz (1954–56) · Kment (1956–60) · Horesj (1960–61) · Silz (1961–63) · Kleinheuer (1963–64) · Gesell (1964–66) · Janssen (1966–68) · Paauwe (1968–69) · Breukers (1969) · Gesell (1969–72) · Baan (1972–78) · Croon (1978–79) · Vergoossen (ai) (1979) · Morsing (1979–81) · Vergoossen (1981–86) · Reker (1986–88) · Van Veen (1988–89) · Vergoossen (ai) (1989) · Hulshuizen (1989–90) · Rayer (1990–92) · Körver (1992–94) · Reynierse (1994–95) · Versleijen (1995–96) · Van Stee (1996–98) · Spijkerman (1998–00) · Versleijen (2000–01) · Dusseldorp (2001–04) · Koster (2004–05) · Neumann (2005–06) · Wetzel (2006–08) · Van Dijk (2008–) v · d · eRKC Waalwijk – Managers Looyen (1984–86) · Van Veen (1986–88) · Blok (1988–89) · Van Veen (1989–93) · Verèl (1993) · Jacobs (1993–95) · Van Veen (1995–96) · Van Kooten (1996) · Jacobs (1996–97) · Boeve (1997–98) · Jol (1998–04) · Koeman (2004–05) · Koster (2005–06) · Wotte (2006–07) · Petrović (2007–08) · Brood (2008–) v · d · eFC Utrecht – Managers Jacobs (1970–74) · Rab (1974–76) · Berger (1976–83) · Hughes (1983–84) · de Ruiter (1984–87) · Berger (1987–89) · Loffeld (1989–90) · Fafié (1990–93) · Vonk (1993) · van Veen (1993–95) · Vonk & du Chatinier (1995) · Kistenmaker (1995) · de Ruiter (1995–96) · Spelbos (1996–97) · Wouters (1997) · de Ruiter (1997) · Wotte (1998–2000) · Adelaar (2000–02) · Booy (2002–07) · van Hanegem (2007–08) · du Chatinier (2008–) v · d · eGo Ahead Eagles – Managers Köhler (1954–56) · de Bois (1956–57) · Richmond (1957–62) · Fadrhonc (1962–70) · Hughes (1970–73) · Notermans (1973–75) · van Brussel (1975) · Beenhakker (1975–76) · van Brussel (a.i.) (1976) · Coerver (1976–77) · van Brussel (a.i.) (1978) · Brand (1978–80) · B. Maaskant (a.i.) (1980) · Kohn (1980–81) · B. Maaskant (a.i.) (1981) · B. Maaskant (1981–83) · Wullems (a.i.) (1983) · Wullems (1983–85) · van Zoghel (1985–88) · Petescu (a.i.) (1988) · Korbach (1988–90) · ten Cate (a.i.) (1990) · Versleijen (1990–93) · ten Cate (1993–95) · Fafié (1995–96) · B. Maaskant (a.i.) (1996) · van Veen (1996–97) · van Staa (a.i.) (1997) · van Staa (1997–2001) · de Jong (2001–02) · R. Maaskant (2002–03) · Libregts (2003–05) · Snoei (2005–08) · Ulderink (2008–) Persondata Name Veen, Leo Van Alternative names Short description Date of birth 6 June 1946 Place of birth Utrecht (city), Netherlands Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to a Dutch football defender is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This biographical article related to a Dutch forward is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e