Oliver Eggimann
Oliver Eggimann (28 January 1919 – 6 April 2002) was a Swiss football midfielder who played for Switzerland in the 1950 and 1954 FIFA World Cup. He also played for BSC Young Boys, FC Lausanne-Sport, Servette FC, ES FC Malley, and FC La Chaux-de-Fonds.

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Oliver Eggimann - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oliver Eggimann (28 January 1919 – 6 April 2002) was a Swiss football midfielder who played for Switzerland in the 1950 and 1954 FIFA World Cup. He also ...
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Oliver Eggimann † - Spielerprofil - transfermarkt.ch
Oliver Eggimann † war ein Fußballspieler aus Schweiz (* 28.01.1919). Eggimann † ist verstorben und spielte zuletzt für FC La Chaux-de-Fonds.
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Home page News Competitions Statistics Transfers forum live. Oliver Eggimann †; Profile · Performance data · Player's record · Achievements · Transfers ...
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Oliver Eggimann † - Performance data - transfermarkt.com
Oliver Eggimann † was part of the club's lineup 3 times. He was 3 times in the starting team, got substituted in 0 times. Up - Transfermarkt.de | - Transfermarkt.tv | ...
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Oliver Eggimann (Meaning of) - Encyclo
Oliver Eggimann - Meaning and definition. ... Oliver Eggimann (6 August 1921 ā€ “ 6 April 2002) was a Swiss football midfielder who played for Switzerland in the ...
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Oliver Eggimann
Year · Tournament · Round · Date / Time · R · Match · Opponent (sort) · P ↓, Min · 1954 · World Cup, QF, Sat June 26, 1954 — 17:00, L, 5-7 · Austria, M, 90.
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FIFA Player Statistics: Oliver EGGIMANN - FIFA.com
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(14-887) 133 Lodge, Sir Oliver Joseph, 1851- Continuity ; the presidential address to the British association, Birmingham mcmxiii, by Sir Oliver Lodge. Printed in full and ... 3, 1914; A— Foreign 9084; Ch. Eggimann. 136 La renaissance en ...
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This is a story about two best friends who set out with a pauper's budget on an amazing journey through the jungles of Mexico, sailing the Caribbean, hitch hiking across North America and sojourning through Europe, the Greek Isles and beyond. Their adventure took place in the mid seventies when the world was still innocent enough to let two fr...
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(14-887) 133 Lodge, Sir Oliver Joseph, 1851- Continuity ; the presidential address to the British association, Birmingham mcmxiii, by Sir Oliver Lodge. Printed in full and ... 3, 1914; A— Foreign 9084; Ch. Eggimann. 136 La renaissance en ...
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Property and Freedom
We can learn a lot about freedom by understanding how Marx wanted to establish communism. One of his ten planks of establishing communism was this: 1.
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La Biblia del Futbol: Top 100 World Cup Brazil 1950
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Estadisticas de Fútbol: MUNDIAL BRASIL 1950
GRUPO A BRASIL 4 = Moacir Barbosa – Augusto da Costa, Juvenal Amanso, Joao Ferreira “Bigode”, Ely do Amparo, Danilo Alvim, Manuel Marinho “Maneca”, Ademir Marques de Menezes, Baltazar da Silva, Jair Rosa Pintos, Albino Cardoso “Friaca” DT= Flavio Costa MÉXICO 0 = Antonio Carbajal – Felipe Zetter, Alfonso Montemayor, Rodrigo Ruíz, Mario Ochoa, José Antonio Roca, Carlos Septin, Héctor Ortíz, Horacio Casarin, Mario Pérez, Guadalupe Velásquez DT= Octavio Vial Goles= Ademir (‘30) (’79), Jair (’65), Baltazar (’71) Arbitro= George Reader (Inglaterra) Estadio= Maracaná (Rio de Janeiro) Fecha= 24 – 6 – 1950 YUGOSLAVIA 3 = Srdjan Mrkusic – Ivan Horvat, Branislav Stankovic, Zeljko Cajkovski, Miodrag Jovanovic, Predrag Djajic, Tihomir Ognjanov, Rajko Mitic, Kosta Tomasevic, Stjepan Bobek, Bernard Bukas DT= Milorad Arsenijevic SUIZA 0 = Georges Stuber – André Neury, Roger Bocquet, Gerhard Lusenti, Oliver Eggimann, Roger Quinche, Charles Antenen, Alfred Bickel, Jean Tamini, René Bader, Jacques Fatton DT= Franco Andreoli Goles= Mitic (’59), Tomasevic (’70), Ognjanov (’84) Arbitro= Giovanni Galeati (Italia) Estadio= Independencia (Belho Horizonte) Fecha= 25 – 6 – 1950 YUGOSLAVIA 4 = Srdjan Mrkusic – Ivan Horvat, Branislav Stankovic, Zeljko Cajkovski, Miodrag Jovanovic, Predrag Djajic, Prvoslav Mihajlovic, Rajko Mitic, Kosta Tomasevic, Stjepan Bobek, Zlatko Cajkovski DT= Milorad Arsenijevic MÉXICO 1 = Antonio Carbajal – Manuel Gutiérrez, Gregorio Gómez, Samuel Cuburu, Rodrigo Ruiz, José Antonio Roca, Carlos Septin, Héctor Ortíz, Horacio Casarin, Mario Pérez, Guadalupe Velásquez DT= Octavio Vial Goles= Bobek (’20), Zeljko Cajkovski (‘23) (’51), Tomasevic (’81) Arbitro= Reginald Leafe (Inglaterra) Estadio= Estadio dos Eucaliptos (Porto Alegre) Fecha= 28 – 6 – 1950 BRASIL 2 = Moacir Barbosa – Augusto da Costa, Juvenal Amanso, José Carlos Bauer, Rui Campos, Alfredo Noronha, Manuel Marinho “Maneca”, Ademir Marques de Menezes, Baltazar da Silva, Alfredo Ramos dos Santos, Albino Cardoso “Friaca” DT= Flavio Costa SUIZA 2 = Georges Stuber – André Neury, Roger Bocquet, Gerhard Lusenti, Oliver Eggimann, Roger Quinche, Hans-Peter Friedlander, Alfred Bickel, Jean Tamini, René Bader, Jacques Fatton DT= Franco Andreoli Goles= Alfredo Ramos (‘3), Baltazar (’32) – Fatton (‘17) (’88) Arbitro= Ramón Azón Roma (España) Estadio= Pacaembú (Sao Paulo) Fecha= 28 – 6 – 1950 BRASIL 2 = Moacir Barbosa – Augusto da Costa, Juvenal Amanso, Joao Ferreira “Bigode”, José Carlos Bauer, Danilo Alvim, Manuel Marinho “Maneca”, Ademir Marques de Menezes, Tomas Soares “Zizinho”, Jair Rosa Pintos, Francisco Aramburu “Chico” DT= Flavio Costa YUGOSLAVIA 0 = Srdjan Mrkusic – Ivan Horvat, Branislav Stankovic, Zeljko Cajkovski, Miodrag Jovanovic, Predrag Djajic, Bernard Vukas, Rajko Mitic, Kosta Tomasevic, Stjepan Bobek, Zlatko Cajkovski DT= Milorad Arsenijevic Goles= Ademir (‘4), Zizinho (’69) Arbitro= Benjamin Griffiths (Gales) Estadio= Maracaná (Rio de Janeiro) Fecha= 1 – 7 – 1950 SUIZA 2 = Adolphe Hug – André Neury, Roger Bocquet, Gerhard Lusenti, Oliver Eggimann, Roger Quinche, Hans-Peter Friedlander, Charles Antenen, Jean Tamini, René Bader, Jacques Fatton DT= Franco Andreoli MÉXICO 1 = Antonio Carbajal – Manuel Gutiérrez, Gregorio Gómez, Manuel Ochoa, José Naranjo, José Antonio Roca, Carlos Guevara, Héctor Ortíz, Horacio Casarin, Antonio Flores, Guadalupe Velásquez DT= Octavio Vial Goles= Bader (’10), Antenen (’44) – Casarin (’89) Arbitro= Ivan Eklind (Suecia) Estadio= Estadio dos Eucaliptos (Porto Alegre) Fecha= 2 – 7 – 1950 PJ PG PE PP GF GC Dif PTS 1) BRASIL 3 2 1 0 8 2 +6 5 - 2) YUGOSLAVIA 3 2 0 1 7 3 +4 4 3) SUIZA 3 1 1 1 4 6 -2 3 4) MÉXICO 3 0 0 3 2 10 -8 0 GRUPO B INGLATERRA 2 = Bert Williams – Alfred Ramsey, John Aston, William Wright, Lawrence Hughes, James Dickinson, Thomas Finney, Wilfried Mannion, Roy Bentley, Stanley Mortensen, James Mullen DT= Walter Winterbottom CHILE 0 = Sergio Livingstone – Arturo Farías, Fernando Roldán, Manuel Alvarez, Miguel Busquets, Hernán Carvallo, Luis Lindorfo Mayanés, Atilio Cremaschi, Jorge Robledo, Manuel Muñoz, Guillermo Díaz DT= Arturo Bucciardi Goles= Mortensen (’39), Mannion (’51) Arbitro= Karel Van der Meer (Holanda) Estadio= Maracaná (Rio de Janeiro) Fecha= 24 – 6 – 1950 ESPAÑA 3 = Ignacio Eizaguirre – Vicente Asensi, Gabriel Alonso, José Gonzalvo, Francisco Antúnez, Antonio Puchades, Mariano Gonzalvo, Estanislao Basora, Rosendo Hernández, Telmo Zarraonaindía”Zarra”, Augustín Gaínza DT= Guillermo Eizaguirre ESTADOS UNIDOS 1 = Frank Borghi – Harry Keough, Joseph Maca, Edward Mc Ilvenny, Charles Colombo, Walter Bahr, Edward Souza, John Souza, Robert Craddock, Gino Pariani, Frank Wallace DT= Bill Jeffrey Goles= Igoa (’81), Basora (’83), Zarra (’89) – Pariani (’17) Arbitro= Mario Viana (Brasil) Estadio= Durival Brito e Silva (Curitiba) Fecha= 25 – 6 – 1950 ESTADOS UNIDOS 1 = Frank Borghi – Harry Keough, Joseph Maca, Edward Mc Ilvenny, Charles Colombo, Walter Bahr, Edward Souza, John Souza, Joseph Gaetjens, Gino Pariani, Frank Wallace DT= Bill Jeffrey INGLATERRA 0 = Bert Williams – Alfred Ramsey, John Aston, William Wright, Lawrence Hughes, James Dickinson, Thomas Finney, Wilfried Mannion, Roy Bentley, Stanley Mortensen, James Mullen DT= Walter Winterbottom Gol= Gaetjens (’38) Arbitro= Generoso Dattilo (Italia) Estadio= Independencia (Belho Horizonte) Fecha= 29 – 6 – 1950 ESPAÑA 2 = Antonio Ramallets – José Parra, Gabriel Alonso, José Gonzalvo, Silvestre Igoa, Antonio Puchades, Mariano Gonzalvo, Estanislao Basora, José Luis Panizo, Telmo Zarraonaindía”Zarra”, Augustín Gaínza DT= Guillermo Eizaguirre CHILE 0 = Sergio Livingstone – Arturo Farías, Fernando Riera, Manuel Alvarez, Miguel Busquets, Hernán Carvallo, Andrés Prieto, Atilio Cremaschi, Jorge Robledo, Manuel Machuca, Guillermo Díaz DT= Arturo Bucciardi Goles= Basora (’17), Zarra (’30) Arbitro= Alberto Malcher (Brasil) Estadio= Maracaná (Rio de Janeiro) Fecha= 29 – 6 – 1950 ESPAÑA 1 = Antonio Ramallets – José Parra, Gabriel Alonso, José Gonzalvo, Silvestre Igoa, Antonio Puchades, Mariano Gonzalvo, Estanislao Basora, José Luis Panizo, Telmo Zarraonaindía”Zarra”, Augustín Gaínza DT= Guillermo Eizaguirre INGLATERRA 0 = Bert Williams – Alfred Ramsey, William Eckersley, William Wright, Lawrence Hughes, James Dickinson, Thomas Finney, Stanley Matthews, Edward Bailey, Stanley Mortensen, Jack Milburn DT= Walter Winterbottom Gol= Zarra (’48) Arbitro= Giovanni Galeati (Italia) Estadio= Maracaná (Rio de Janeiro) Fecha= 2 – 7 – 1950 CHILE 5 = Sergio Livingstone – Arturo Farías, Fernando Riera, Manuel Alvarez, Miguel Busquets, Carlos Rodolfo Rojas, Andrés Prieto, Atilio Cremaschi, Jorge Robledo, Manuel Machuca, Carlos Ibáñez DT= Arturo Bucciardi ESTADOS UNIDOS 2 = Frank Borghi – Harry Keough, Joseph Maca, Edward Mc Ilvenny, Charles Colombo, Walter Bahr, Edward Souza, John Souza, Joseph Gaetjens, Gino Pariani, Frank Wallace DT= Bill Jeffrey Goles= Robledo (’16), Cremaschi (‘32) (’60), Prieto (’54), Riera (’82) – Wallace (’47), Maca (’48) Arbitro= Mario Gardelli (Brasil) Estadio= Ilha do Retiro (Recife) Fecha= 2 – 7 – 1950 PJ PG PE PP GF GC Dif PTS 1) ESPAÑA 3 3 0 0 6 1 +5 6 - 2) INGLATERRA 3 1 0 2 2 2 = 2 3) CHILE 3 1 0 2 5 6 -1 2 4) ESTADOS UNIDOS 3 1 0 2 4 8 -4 2 GRUPO C SUECIA 3 = Kalle Svensson –Lennart Samuelsson, Erik Nilsson, Knut Nordahl, Sune Andersson, Ingvar Gärd, Stig Sundqvist, Karl Erik Palmer, Hans Jeppsson, Lennart Skoglund, Stellan Nilsson DT= Rudolf Kock – George Raynor ITALIA 2 = Lucidio Sentimenti – Attilio Giovannini, Zeffiro Furiassi, Carlo Annovazzi, Carlo Parola, Augusto Magli, Ermes Muccinelli, Giampiero Boniperti, Gino Cappello, Aldo Campatelli, Riccardo Carapellese DT= Ferruccio Novo Goles= Jeppsson (‘25) (’69), S. Andersson (’34) – Carapallese (‘7), Muccinelli (’78) Arbitro= Jean Lutz (Suiza) Estadio= Pacaembú (Sao Paulo) Fecha= 25 – 6 – 1950 SUECIA 2 = Kalle Svensson –Lennart Samuelsson, Erik Nilsson, Knut Nordahl, Sune Andersson, Ingvar Gärd, Stig Sundqvist, Karl Erik Palmer, Hans Jeppsson, Lennart Skoglund, Egon Jonsson DT= Rudolf Kock – George Raynor PARAGUAY 2 = Marcelino Vargas – Alberto González, Casiano Céspedes, Manuel Gavilán, Victoriano Leguizamón, Castor Cantero, Enrique Avalos, César López Fretes, Darío Jara Saguier, Atilio López, Leongino Unzain DT= Manuel Fleitas Solich Goles= Sundqvist (’17), Palmer (’26) – López Fretes (’35), A.
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1. FC Köln: Interesse an Mario Eggimann? – Schweizer Innenverteidiger wäre ablösefrei
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Schwerer Herzinfarkt: Grosse Sorge um Oliver Reck – Fussball – Blick
Schock-Meldung: Der ehemalige deutsche Torwart Oliver Reck (47) erlitt auf der Skipiste einen Herzinfarkt. Glücklicherweise konnte er umgehend operiert werden.
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tera power leveling Boughera/bori repair grams/futunisi – UAP
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Suiza Mundial Suiza 1954 | yotufutbol.com
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Sport-Club siegt 2:1 bei Hannover 96 | SC Freiburg
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Mario Eggimann fährt nicht mit zur EM
Der Schweizer Fußball-Nationaltrainer Jakob Kuhn hat Mario Eggimann vom Karlsruher SC aus dem endgültigen Aufgebot für die Fußball-Europameisterschaft in
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