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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #15 on: 08 February 2007, 08:23:02 »
There are 2 players from Greece.

Yorgos Anatolakis and Nikos Dabizas

They were in swos from 1994-95 version and still play in real life.

Also Nikos Dabizas is well know in England as he was playing for Newcastle for several years.

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #16 on: 16 February 2007, 16:57:11 »
Pavel Srnicek is still going!
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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #17 on: 01 October 2007, 15:50:18 »
raul, seedorf, maldini, hakan sukur, roberto carlos, van der sar, thiery henry, fernando couto, perhaps  ROMARIO :)

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #18 on: 05 October 2007, 22:16:47 »
I think it's a little bit early for a complete active research, I've counted 56 SWOS96/97 players currently active in the Dutch leagues ("Premier Division" and "First Division"), while I found 73 players from the SWOS96/97 Dutch leagues who are still active in the 2007/2008 season. 8) Well, actually the figure is one player off, as a couple of players were both in the "First Division" (1995/1996 data) and the "Premier League" (1996/1997) and Delano Hill (SWOS96/97: Den Bosch and Willem II; currently: Willem II) is one of them.

Biggest names who were in the Dutch leagues in SWOS96/97 and are still active: Edwin van der Sar (Ajax / Manchester Utd), Jaap Stam (PSV Eindhoven / Ajax), Roy Makaay (Vitesse / Feyenoord), Giovanni v Bronckhorst (Feyenoord), Mark van Bommel (Fortuna Sittard / Bayern Munich), Sami Hyypia (Willem II / Liverpool), Patrick Kluivert (Ajax / Lille), Henrik Larsson (Feyenoord / Helsingborgs)
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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #19 on: 27 June 2008, 18:38:04 »
List of Euro2008 players in the 96/97 database (spelling as in the game ;)):
Martin Hiden (AUT) Sturm Graz (AUT)
Alexander Manninger (AUT) Grazer AK (AUT)
Robert Kovac (CRO) Nuremberg (GER)
Dano Simic (CRO) Croatia Zagreb (CRO)
Jaromir Blazek (TCH) Slavia Prague (TCH)
Tomas Galaschek (TCH) Willem II (HOL)
Jan Koller (TCH) Lokeren (BEL) and Sparta Prague (TCH)
Greogory Coupet (FRA) Saint-Etienne (FRA)
Thierry Henry (FRA) Monaco (FRA)
Claude Makelele (FRA) Nantes (FRA)
Willy Sagnol (FRA) Saint-Etienne (FRA)
Lilian Thuram (FRA) Parma (ITA)
Michael Ballach (GER) Chemnitzer FC (GER)
Oliver Neuville (SUI)* Tenerife (ESP) - * is actually German
Paraskevas Atzas (TCH)* Xanthi (GRE) - * is actually Greek
Traianos Dallas (GRE) ARIS (GRE)
Giorgos Karagounis (GRE) Apollon Athens (GRE)
Nikos Liberopoulos (GRE) Panathinaikos (GRE)
Antonis Nikopolidis (GRE) Panathinaikos (GRE)
Stelion Yannakopoulos (GRE) Olympiakos (GRE)
Andre Ooijer (HOL) Roda JC (HOL)
Henk Timmer (HOL) Zwolle (HOL)
Edwin van der Sar (HOL) Ajax (HOL)
Giovanni v Bronckhorst (HOL) Feyenoord (HOL)
Fabio Cannavaro (ITA) Parma (ITA) - * listed as a bonus ;)
Morgan De Sanctis (ITA) Pescara (ITA)
Alessandro Del Piero (ITA) Juventus (ITA)
Christian Panucci (ITA) AC Milan (ITA)
Simone Perrotta (ITA) Reggina (ITA)
Marek Saganowski (POL) Feyenoord (HOL)
Jacek Bak (POL) Lyon (FRA)
Nuno Gomes (POR) Boavista (POR)
Quim (POR) Braga (POR)
Cosmin Contra (ROM) Dinamo Bucharest (ROM)
Florentin Petre (ROM) Dinamo Bucharest (ROM)
Sergei Semak (RUS) Asmaral Moscow (RUS)
Juanito (ESP) Extremadure (ESP)
Marcus Allback (SWE) Orgryte (SWE)
Niclas Alexandersson (SWE) IFK Gothenburg (SWE)
Daniel Andersson (SWE) Malmo (SWE)
Henrik Larsson (SWE) Feyenoord (HOL)
Fredrik Ljungberg (SWE) Halmstad (SWE)
Mikael Nilsson (SWE) IFK Gothenburg (SWE)
Pascal Zuberbuhler (SUI) Grasshoppers (SUI)
Hakan Yakin (SUI)  Basel (SUI)
Ayhan Akman (TUR) Gaziantepspor (TUR)
Emre Asik (TUR) Fenerbahce (TUR)
Rustu Recber (TUR) Fenerbahce (TUR)

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #20 on: 27 June 2008, 19:59:33 »
Uiuiui...great job ;)

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #21 on: 27 June 2008, 20:26:56 »
WOW, thanks for that list. Very interesting to read. Didn't know Jan Koller is "twice" in SWOS.

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #22 on: 27 June 2008, 20:29:33 »
Ye, 1,01 m there and the other 1,01 m there ;D

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #23 on: 28 June 2008, 17:17:19 »
WOW, thanks for that list. Very interesting to read. Didn't know Jan Koller is "twice" in SWOS.
Well, it seems that some leagues have been updated at a later stage than others. Heck, even within the same country. I think the Belgian league was updated for 96/97, whereas the Czech league wasn't.
Within the Dutch leagues, you can find goakeeper Oscar Moens twice, once in 'Premier Division' side AZ (which has 96/97 players) and also at 'First Division' side Excelsior (which has 95/96 players).

For what it's worth, the list above is based on the published SWOS96/97 database.

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #24 on: 21 November 2008, 15:12:32 »
^ that is one of the reasons I continued playing with SWOS 95/96 after 96/97 update was released... only a few of the leagues were actually updated :)

Dep. La Coruna wasn't updated to 96/97 despite being one of the best teams in La Liga, so there are two Bebetos in the game.

There are many, many errors like this in the 96/97 database

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #25 on: 21 November 2008, 15:33:36 »
indeed some errors

one of my favourites is Feyenoord squad, where in addition to 2 Polish players (Saganowski and Dudek) they converted Dutchman Van Gastel also to be Polish...:)

quite a bonus when you career with Polish national team ^^ - of course if you decide to use that mistake

still - this is the "original" swos database and all swos-orthodox stick to it...;)

hahaha - BTW - Feyenoord was investing in good young players - both Saganowski and Dudek are active players nowadays!

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #26 on: 30 December 2008, 09:01:38 »
Nikos Machlas (Greece) was active since the first versions of Sensible Soccer.
Retired this summer. :(
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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #27 on: 06 January 2009, 01:51:58 »
List of Euro2008 players in the 96/97 database (spelling as in the game ;)):
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Nice list dude :D

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #28 on: 08 February 2009, 21:03:06 »
indeed some errors

one of my favourites is Feyenoord squad, where in addition to 2 Polish players (Saganowski and Dudek) they converted Dutchman Van Gastel also to be Polish...:)

IIRC that was because they were in too much of a rush to cheaply replace the Polish player Tomasz Iwan in the data file. :)

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Re: Last active player that is in SWOS 96/97?
« Reply #29 on: 19 February 2009, 21:51:43 »
indeed some errors

one of my favourites is Feyenoord squad, where in addition to 2 Polish players (Saganowski and Dudek) they converted Dutchman Van Gastel also to be Polish...:)

IIRC that was because they were in too much of a rush to cheaply replace the Polish player Tomasz Iwan in the data file. :)
There were more of those curiosities. Frank de Boer, for example, was a black player, as they changed Frank Rijkaard's name and somply forgot to change the skin color too.