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Kurt Roland Hamrin (Swedish: [¹kɵʈː ham¹riːn]; born 19 November 1934) is a Swedish retired footballer. He is currently the eighth highest goalscorer of all-time in Italy's Serie A, with 190 goals. Hamrin was a fast, creative, and technically gifted winger; he was known in particular for his incredible dribbling ability with both feet, and for being prolific in front of goal. In addition to his success at club level, Hamrin also had a successful international career, and was a member of the Swedish team that reached the 1958 FIFA World Cup Final on home soil; he is commonly regarded as one of the greatest Swedish footballers of all-time.

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  • Kurt Roland Hamrin (Swedish: [¹kɵʈː ham¹riːn]; born 19 November 1934) is a Swedish retired footballer. He is currently the eighth highest goalscorer of all-time in Italy's Serie A, with 190 goals. Hamrin was a fast, creative, and technically gifted winger; he was known in particular for his incredible dribbling ability with both feet, and for being prolific in front of goal. In addition to his success at club level, Hamrin also had a successful international career, and was a member of the Swedish team that reached the 1958 FIFA World Cup Final on home soil; he is commonly regarded as one of the greatest Swedish footballers of all-time.
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  • Kurt Roland Hamrin (Swedish: [¹kɵʈː ham¹riːn]; born 19 November 1934) is a Swedish retired footballer. He is currently the eighth highest goalscorer of all-time in Italy's Serie A, with 190 goals. Hamrin was a fast, creative, and technically gifted winger; he was known in particular for his incredible dribbling ability with both feet, and for being prolific in front of goal. In addition to his success at club level, Hamrin also had a successful international career, and was a member of the Swedish team that reached the 1958 FIFA World Cup Final on home soil; he is commonly regarded as one of the greatest Swedish footballers of all-time.
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