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Profile of the Dutch footballer Rafael van der Vaart, who currently plays as a midfielder at FC Midtjylland. The 33-year old player Vaart joined Midtjylland from and wears the number 8 shirt.

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Rafael van der Vaart : FC Midtjylland News
“Rafael van der Vaart was the first ever winner of the golden ball The van der Vaart is currently plying his trade at Danish club FC Midtjylland.”
 sports keeda Yesterday
“If Rashford does win the award, it would mean a Manchester United player winning it for the second straight season- Anthony Martial won it last year, and past winners include the likes of Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Rafael van der Vaart Tuttosport have”
 soccer-blogger.com Yesterday
“2003: Rafael van der Vaart (Ajax) Van der Vaart was earmarked for greatness He’s now in Denmark with FC Midtjylland after being linked with Reading during the summer. 2004: Wayne Rooney (Man United) Oh, for these days again Wazza.”
 Yahoo Sports 2 days ago
“In 2008 he was snapped up by Real Madrid for €13m, spent two trophyless seasons in the Spanish capital and then moved to Tottenham, where he was a popular figure for two campaigns before re-joining Hamburg Van der Vaart was earmarked for greatness from”
 Four Four Two 2 days ago
“Previous winners of the award include Lionel Messi, Wayne Rooney, Sergio Agüero, Mario Götze and Paul Pogba – while FC Midtjylland’s Rafael van der Vaart won the inaugural edition back in 2003.”
 Copenhagen Post 2 days ago
“The award was introduced in 2003, with the inaugural winner being Rafael van der Vaart, then of Ajax. Other notable past winners include Wayne Rooney (2004), Lionel Messi (2005), Sergio Aguero (2007), Mario Gotze (2011) and Paul Pogba (2013).”
 readliverpoolfc.com 2 days ago
“The award was introduced in 2003, with the inaugural winner being Rafael van der Vaart, then of Ajax to make his debut in the Europa League where he bagged a brace against FC Midtjylland, Rashford went on to score nine goals in 22 appearances for”
 readmanutd.com 2 days ago
“Still, from the fans’ march to the 100-year-old cathedral choir, from the then-presiding prime minister of Rhineland-Palatinate, Kurt Beck, being booed for his sympathy to arch-rival 1.”
 unusualefforts.com 3 days ago
“Ex-Tottenham midfielder Rafael van der Vaart scores his first Danish Superliga goal for Midtjylland at home to Horsens. The ex-Spurs man scored 24 Premier League goals in two seasons before moving to Germany, then Spain and now Denmark.”
 Yahoo Sports 6 days ago
“Quincy Promes failed to make an impact for Spartak Moscow as they were stunned 1-0 at home by FC Ufa. Lorenzo Ebecilio came off squad for their 3-1 win over St.Gallen on Saturday.”
 football-oranje.com 10 days ago
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Goalkeepers
Andreas Raahauge Mikkel Andersen
Johan Dahlin
Defenders
Andre Romer Filip Novak
Rasmus Nicolaisen Kristian Dirks Riis
Patrick Banggaard Kian Hansen
Rasmus Nissen Kristensen
Midfielders
Mads Thychosen Bruninho
Babajide David Akintola Rilwan Hassan
Jonas Borring Mikkel Duelund
Gustav Wikheim Rafael van der Vaart
Gloire Rutikanga Kaan Kairinen
Markus Halsti Jakob Poulsen
Kristoffer Olsson Tim Sparv
Forwards
Marco Larsen Martin Pusic
Paul Onuachu