A Belgian football legend passed away on Tuesday: Wilfired Van Moer. A former Standard player in particular, Van Moer died at the age of 76 of a cerebral hemorrhage at the Leuven hospital.
According to information from Laatste Nieuws, Wilfried Van Moer was rushed to hospital on Monday.
Wilfried Van Moer is one of the greatest footballers Belgium has known. He started his career in Beveren in 1965 before continuing it at Antwerp (1965-1968) but above all at Standard (1968-1975). His record includes three Belgian championship titles with the Rouches (1969, 1970 and 1971). As an individual, he won three Golden Shoes (1966, 1969 and 1970).
To this brilliant club career, we must add his great international career, he who had 57 games with the Red Devils with whom he reached the final of the 1980 European Championship, then aged 34.
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