1994–95 FC Barcelona season

FC Barcelona did not repeat its successful season in 1993–94, fell back to fourth in La Liga, as well as knocked out of the Champions League in the quarterf-finals by Paris Saint-Germain. Barcelona did not perform well in the mid season and lost the league title to Real Madrid by 10 points behind included an humiliating defeat by 0-5 in Madrid, despite this Johan Cruyff was not let go by the club, taking over to the 1995-96 season; the side managed to win the Supercopa defeating 1994 Copa del Rey winners Real Zaragoza. Romário left the club in January transferred out to Flamengo. At the end of the season Hristo Stoichkov was transferred out to Parma and Ronald Koeman left the club after 5 seasons. Correct as of 23 October 2009. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. 9. Hristo Stoichkov 9. Jordi Cruyff 9. Ronald Koeman 6. Begiristain 4. Guillermo Amor 4. Jose Mari Bakero 4. Abelardo 4. Gheorghe Hagi 4. Romario 2. Miguel Angel Nadal 2.

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Amalia Schütz Oldosi

Amalie Schütz known under the stage name Amalia Schütz Oldosi, was an early 19th-century Austrian soprano who performed in Austria, France and Italy. Born in Baden bei Wien near Vienna, the daughter of the Viennese painter Joseph Holdhaus, Schütz received her training in Vienna from Antonio Salieri and Giuseppe Tomaselli, she made her debut in 1821 at the Theater an der Wien, where she sang roles by Rossini as soprano or mezzo-soprano. In 1820 she married the baritone Joseph Schütz hired by this theatre. In 1822–1823, she sang at the Wiener Hofoper, replaced Schröder-Devrient in the title role in Conradin Kreutzer's Cordelia, a role she will take over as part of her international career at the Amsterdamer German theatre. In 1825, she performed in Paris, where she forged her stage name "Schütz-Oldosi", composing her husband's name and an Italianized form of her maiden name, she became one of the first female singers of the time, facing Giuditta Pasta and Joséphine Fodor-Mainvielle. In 1828, she sang at the Théâtre italien de Paris the role of Elena in Rossini's La donna del lago, which she gave at the King’s Theatre of London.

The highlight of his career took place in Italy. In 1830, Schütz made her debut at La Scala of Milan as Giulietta in Bellini's I Capuleti e i Montecchi, she went on to perform at opera stages in Naples, Bologna and Rome to sing Rossini and Donizetti. In 1835, she returned to Vienna for the Italian Opera Festival and sang again at the Hofoper in Bellini's La sonnambula and Donizetti's Anna Bolena. In 1836, she premiered in Naples the role of Serafina in Donizetti's Il campanello. In 1838, she withdrew from the stage and devoted herself to concerts, she moved to Vienna as a singing teacher. She was invited once again to London, shortly before her death at age 49. Amalie Schütz is buried at the St. Helena Cemetery of Baden. Edith Grünsteidl: Die Geschichte des Linzer Landständischen Theaters im 19. Jahrhundert, Universität Wien 1970. C. Höslinger, H. Reitterer: "Schütz Amalie". In: Österreichisches Biographisches Lexikon 1815–1950. Vol. 11, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna 1999, ISBN 3-7001-2803-7, p. 299 f. C.

Höslinger, H. Reitterer. Schütz Amalie. 11. Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Pp. 299–300. ISBN 3-7001-2803-7. and following page