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John Nicholaas "Johnny" Rep (born 25 November 1951 in Zaandam, North Holland) is a former Dutch footballer. He currently holds the all-time record for FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup
goals for the Netherlands
Netherlands
with 7.

Contents

1 Playing career 2 Honours 3 Trivia 4 References 5 External links

Playing career[edit] He played as a right-footed striker in the Dutch World Cup teams of 1974 (West Germany) and 1978 (Argentina). Rep scored the winning goal for Ajax Amsterdam
Ajax Amsterdam
against Juventus
Juventus
in the 1973 European Cup
European Cup
final in Belgrade. He also helped SC Bastia
SC Bastia
reach the finals of the 1978 UEFA Cup. After his time in Bastia, Rep joined St-Etienne and was part of a side that included Michel Platini. Honours[edit]

Ajax

Eredivisie: (2) 1971–72, 1972–73 European Cup: (2) 1971-72, 1972–73 European Super Cup: (2) 1972, 1973 Intercontinental Cup: 1972

Bastia

UEFA Cup:

Runner-up: 1978

Saint-Etienne

French League Championship: 1980-81

Netherlands

FIFA
FIFA
World Cup:

Runner-up: (2) 1974, 1978

UEFA European Championship:

Third Place: 1976

Individual

French Division 1
French Division 1
Foreign Player of the Year:

1977–78[1]

Trivia[edit] Rep is included in the 'Classic Netherlands' team in Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 6 under the name of 'Rak'. Rep is the namesake of a Cork, Ireland indie-pop band, Jonny Rep. He also has a song in his honour, written by French rock band, Mickey 3D, who hail from Saint Etienne. References[edit]

^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-09-05. Retrieved 2016-01-13. 

External links[edit]

Johnny Rep
Johnny Rep
at Voetbal International (in Dutch) Johnny Rep
Johnny Rep
at BDFutbol Johnny Rep
Johnny Rep
FIFA
FIFA
competition record

Netherlands
Netherlands
squads

v t e

Netherlands
Netherlands
squad – 1974 FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup
runners-up

1 Geels 2 Haan 3 Van Hanegem 4 Van Ierssel 5 Israël 6 Jansen 7 De Jong 8 Jongbloed 9 Keizer 10 R. van de Kerkhof 11 W. van de Kerkhof 12 Krol 13 Neeskens 14 Cruijff (c) 15 Rensenbrink 16 Rep 17 Rijsbergen 18 Schrijvers 19 Strik 20 Suurbier 21 Treijtel 22 Vos Coach: Michels

v t e

Netherlands
Netherlands
squad – UEFA Euro 1976
UEFA Euro 1976
Third Place

1 Schrijvers 2 Suurbier 3 Rijsbergen 4 Van Kraay 5 Krol 6 Neeskens 7 Jansen 8 Rep 9 Cruijff (c) 10 W. van de Kerkhof 11 Rensenbrink 12 Van Hanegem 13 Geels 14 Peters 15 R. van de Kerkhof 16 Arntz 17 Ruiter 18 Jongbloed 19 Kist 20 Meutstege Coach: Knobel

v t e

Netherlands
Netherlands
squad – 1978 FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup
runners-up

1 Schrijvers 2 Poortvliet 3 Schoenaker 4 Van Kraay 5 Krol (c) 6 Jansen 7 Wildschut 8 Jongbloed 9 Haan 10 R. van de Kerkhof 11 W. van de Kerkhof 12 Rensenbrink 13 Neeskens 14 Boskamp 15 Hovenkamp 16 Rep 17 Rijsbergen 18 Nanninga 19 Doesburg 20 Suurbier 21 Lubse 22 Brandts Coach: Happel

v t e

Netherlands
Netherlands
squad – UEFA Euro 1980

1 Schrijvers 2 Wijnstekers 3 Van de Korput 4 Hovenkamp 5 Krol (c) 6 Poortvliet 7 R. van de Kerkhof 8 W. van de Kerkhof 9 Kist 10 Haan 11 Otto 12 Rep 13 Nanninga 14 Koster 15 Stevens 16 Doesburg 17 Vreijsen 18 Thijssen 19 Zondervan 20 Van Breukelen 21 Brandts 22 Metgod Coac

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