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Refik Resmja

Refik Resmja
Personal information
Full nameRefik Resmja
Date of birth(1931-01-01)1 January 1931
Place of birthTirana, Albania
Date of death6 September 1997(1997-09-06) (aged 66)
Place of deathTirana, Albania
Playing positionForward
Club information
Current clubretired
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1948–1950SK Tirana10(4)
1950–1958KF Partizani Tirana120(184)
National team
Albania5(1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Refik Resmja (born 1 January 1931 in Tirana, Albania – died in 1997) was an Albanian football (soccer) striker. He is the second best leading scorer of all time in the Albanian Superliga after Vioresin Sinani. Resmja managed to score 59 goals in the season 1951 of Albanian National Championship. He scored all those goals in only 23 matches.

Career

Started at SK TIRANA and ended his career at Partizani Tirana and together with Panajot Pano are considered "The Legends" of Partizani Tirana history.

Record Holder

Except being the record holder of Albanian National Championship for overall goals scored, Resmja is ranked fifth in the world for the number of goals scored in one season.

Honours

Goals in Albanian Championship

Season Team Goals
1948 SK Tirana 1*
1949 SK Tirana 2*
1950 SK Tirana 1*
1951 Partizani 59
1952 Partizani 17*
1953 Partizani 9*
1954 Partizani 13*
1955 Partizani 23
1956 Partizani 17
1957 Partizani 12
1958 Partizani 7
1959 Partizani 6
1960 Partizani 7
1961 Partizani 5
1962-63 Partizani 4
1963-64 Partizani 1
TOTAL 184*

*) - Incomplete data

References

  • Refik Resmja
  • Albanian Football Season 1951


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