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Club Brugge K.V. All Stars




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GOALKEEPERS:

:DEN: Birger JENSEN
:BEL: Dany VERLINDEN


DEFENDERS:

:BEL: Georges LEEKENS
:BEL: Erwin VANDENDAELE
:BEL: Lorenzo STAELENS
:BEL: Vital BORKELMANS
:BEL: Charles CAMBIER
:SWE: Kurt AXELSSON
:BEL: Walter MEEUWS
:BEL: Fons BASTIJNS


MIDFIELDERS:

:BEL: Julien COOLS
:BEL: Franky VAN DER ELST
:BEL: Fernand GOYVAERTS
:BEL: Gert VERHEYEN
:BEL: Pierre CARTEUS
:DEN: Ulrik LE FEVRE
:BEL: Johny THIO
:BEL: René VANDEREYCKEN


ATTACKERS:

:BEL: Louis VERSYP
:BEL: Raoul LAMBERT
:BEL: Jan CEULEMANS
:BEL: Marc DEGRYSE
:BEL: Robert DE VEEN



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RESERVES:


GOALKEEPERS:

:BEL: Fernand BOONE
:BEL: Philippe VANDE WALLE


DEFENDERS:

:BEL: Olivier DE COCK
:BEL: Jos VOLDERS
:AUT: Eduard KRIEGER
:BEL: Hugo BROOS
:POL: Antoni SZYMANOWSKI
:BEL: Philippe CLEMENT
:BEL: Alex QUERTER
:BEL: Peter CREVE
:AUS: Paul OKON
:BEL: Peter VAN DER HEYDEN
:BEL: Dirk MEDVED
:BEL: Eric DEFLANDRE
:BEL: Tjörven DE BRUL


MIDFIELDERS:

:BEL: Sven VERMANT
:BEL: Gaëtan ENGLEBERT
:BEL: Gérard DELBEKE
:BEL: Timmy SIMONS
:SLO: Nastja ČEH
:BEL: René VERHEYEN
:SWE: Peter NILSSON
:BEL: Léo VAN DER ELST
:AUT: Walter LOSKE
:NET: Henk HOUWAART
:BEL: Paul COURANT


ATTACKERS:

:BEL: Sandy MARTENS
:CRO: Robert ŠPEHAR
:NIG: Daniel AMOKACHI
:BEL: Hector GOETINCK
:AUS: Frank FARINA
:BEL: Willy WELLENS
:ENG: Roger DAVIES
:BEL: Daniël VAN POTTELBERGHE
:CRO: Mario STANIĆ
:PER: Andrés MENDOZA
:DEN: Keneth BRYLLE







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In the 19th century there was in Bruges, as in other major cities in the country, a significant British presence. The presence of English goes far back in time, but especially since the battle of Waterloo speak of a true "English colony" in Bruges. In addition to ex-soldiers were also lower nobility, former colonials and industrialists locating in the city. Many of them elected Bruges as a base for their work in the mechanization of the 19th-century linen industry. Under the influence of the English presence, both the Catholic schools of the Brethren Xaverianen as the neutral Atheneum in contact with the football game. In 1890, beat former students of these schools eventually joined forces and founded the first football Bruges: Brugsche Football Club. A soccer player as both lead and serve was not an easy task and on November 13, 1891 the association was re-established. Exactly one year later became an official board installed. The club was founded as a pro-Flemish, with the motto "mens sana in corpore sano". Even before the organization was officially recognized, in 1894 sixteen members left the club and focused on Brugeois Football Club. In the city in 1895 also the Flemish Football Club Bruges was founded.
The torn FC Brugeois consisted mainly of rich French speakers, while Brugsche FC a club of the common man remained. The members of the elite club FC Brugeois had better connections across the country and the club closed after creation also immediately to the UBSSA and participated in the first Belgian national competition in 1895/96. If uniform color, they chose a light blue sweater with a dark oblique band of the left hip to right shoulder. Only in 1909 was changed to blue-black colors. FC Brugeois could rent a property, the 'Rats Square', but the club had financial difficulties and its popularity was limited. The club fell away quickly and retired in 1896, after a year, back from the union. Brugsche contrast, FC was playing locally, mainly against other teams from nearby or from schools in the city. Brugsche remained humble, but could be as financially afloat and gained adherents among the common people. Eventually, in 1897, included in Brugsche Brugeois FC Football Club, but the merged club would continue under the French name FC Brugeois. The merger club was able to draw on the wide popular following of Brugsche and the connections and ambitious approach Brugeois. In 1902, still included in Flemish FC FC Brugeois. Flemish FC had a number of its members lost to CS Brugeois and had come knocking at FC Brugeois for a merger, which was previously absorption.

After a few second places in the ereafdeling reached the team in season 1913/14 once again a highlight by winning their first cup final, which, however, was lost with 2-1 cup holder of Union Saint-Gilloise. Meanwhile, in 1912 the club moved to the Albert Dyserynckstadion ("The Clock"). In 1920 the club became the first champion in the league. The club was in that year the royal title and was now Royal FC Brugeois. When entering numbers in 1926 the tribe was assigned number 3 FC Brugeois tribe. In 1930 President Albert Dyserynck let the statute of FC Brugeois transform to non-profit organization. However, after the proper period during the first two decades of the 20th century, was now a time of long, lean years for the club arrived, with a first low point in 1928: relegation to Second Division. Since then the club for many years went several times up and down between First and Second Class. An old logo of Club Brugge, often used into the 70s. Club Brugge in 1959 finally rose to the Belgian First Division. That includes the work of Fernand Goyvaerts and Romanian coach Norberto Höfling. However, when these in 1962 were in conflict, Goyvaerts moved to FC Barcelona. He is so far the only Belgian who has played for the Catalan team. In the second half of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s tried the club to the Belgian top to work with players such as Fernand Boone, Johnny Thio, Erwin Vandendaele, Raoul Lambert, the Swede Kurt Axelsson and Dutch Henk Houwaart and Rob Rensenbrink. This resulted in five second places in six years and a first cup win in 1968. In 1970 the club won the Cup again, after a 6-1 victory against Daring Brussels, the biggest profit ever in a Belgian cup final.

In 1972, the Flemish name Utd adopted. In 1973 Club Brugge after 53 years for the second time champion, after a 1-1-tie on the field of rival Anderlecht. In the seventies, the club grew steadily to a Belgian club. While the Bruges mayor Michel Van Maele the club early seventies still had to save the bankrupt, had the club in the second half of that decade's greatest successes. In 1975 the Club moved to the Albert Dyserynckstadion Olympia Stadium (now Jan Breydel Stadium), hetwelke owned by the city of Bruges. Under the leadership of the Austrian trainer Ernst Happel successfully reached Bruges in 1976, the final of the Uefa Cup and two years later played as provisional only Belgian club in the final of the Champions Cup (European Cup). Both European finals were lost to Liverpool in the UK, the best European team of the moment. Still under Happel Club from 1976 to 1978 won three in a row the Belgian title. Happel Club in late 1978 left after problems with the board. The ensuing years were a lot harder for Club Brugge. The club won in 1980 a national title, but his place at the European summit was (finally) lose. In 1982 Bruges even narrowly escaped with relegation to second class. That first season were the trainers Spitz Kohn and his successor Rik Coppens fired for Raymond Mertens eventually the squad for the relegation could save. In the second half of the eighties Club resurfaced. In 1986 it won the Belgian Cup against city rivals Cercle, the first prize in six years. In 1988, Club Brugge champion again and called Blue-Black through to the semi finals of the Uefa Cup, where it lost to the Spanish Espanyol. In 1992 Club swooped again high peaks on the European scene. Having previously Atletico Madrid have disabled it again reached the semifinals of a European Cup, from the Cup Winners' Cup. They found the German Werder Bremen too strong for the West-Flemish football pride. The following season (1992-1993) was the first Belgian club Brugge took part in the lucrative Champions League.

In the second half of the nineties, Club Brugge would lose his place on the European second tier, but continued to play for the national prizes. Like the other Belgian football clubs felt the strong impact of the Bosman judgment, so the players wages rose sharply and lucrative transfer income declined significantly. Moreover puurde the little income from the TV pot, the income of foreign clubs did rise sharply. Due to the small Belgian market, increased the money hardly television in Belgium. It was that the board of the club had little eye for innovation. The leadership of the club was the late nineties is still owned by the same people that in 1973 the club was saved from bankruptcy. Especially on a commercial level was the club back in comparison to foreign competitors. All these factors explain why Club Brugge Champions League ten years not playing. Tifo in Spionkop for the match Club Brugge Rapid Vienna (Champions League 2005). Only at the beginning of the 21st century, the West Flemish club again qualified for the groups of the prestigious kampioenenbal, namely in the seasons 2002/03, 2003/04 and 2005/06. During the first half of the 2000s was the quirky Norwegian coach Trond Sollied of Club Brugge. Under his reign was the club champion twice and won twice both the Cup and the Supercup. Meanwhile, former union president Michel D'Hooghe, the deceased Michel Van Maele succeeded as president and strongman of the club. Under his influence was severely Club professionalized and was to replace Antoine Vanhove former player Marc Degryse hired as sports animators (sporting director). At the end of the 2004/05 season got Sollied after five years at club and was replaced by Monument Jan Ceulemans. Even former players Franky Van der Elst, René Verheyen and Dany Verlinden were part of the coaching staff. Ceulemans would soon break with the style of Sollied. The new coaching staff sought shorter combinations and more technical ingenuity, it fully supported by Degryse sports animators. Club Brugge broke this largely to the playing style that often wielded over the years.

The second half of the 2000s, however, went far less smoothly. After disappointing results during the season 2005/06 were both head coach and assistant coach Ceulemans Verheyen dismissals once the first coach resignation at Club Bruges in 26 years meant. The Brussels Emilio Ferrera was appointed as new head coach. In season 2006/07 results were again below expectations, with the resignation of sports animators Marc Degryse as a result. Ferrera also head coach and assistant coach Van der Elst were fired. Devroe Luc was the successor of Degryse, Čedomir Janevski temporarily from Ferrera. On May 26, 2007 Club Brugge won his 10th Cup of Belgium after a 1-0 victory against Standard Liege and ended a tumultuous season that way still with a positive note. At the beginning of the season 2007/08 was appointed as head coach Jacky Mathijssen. During the two seasons that followed, the club could not re-set goals come true, so for the next season once again for a new coach was chosen, the Dutchman Adrie Koster. At the end of the 2008/09 season gave Michel D'Hooghe his job by club president to Pol Jonckheere. In the spring of 2010 left general manager Philip Dhondt the club and it was decided this function will not be completed. Now been collectively managed by a Management Committee comprised of 8 members and met weekly. The decisions of the management committee were presented to the Board for approval. Less than a year later by some more radical changes in the management of Club Brugge. The daily operation and actual initiatives, the task of management, while the Board a more perceptual function was imputed. This meant more or less a revolution in the way of working. Bart Verhaeghe, who was elected managing director, was the implementation of the new organization entrusted. Mannaert Vincent was appointed as general manager. Finally took on February 1, Pol Jonckheere resigned as chairman and was succeeded by Bart Verhaeghe. After Adrie Koster with Club Brugge around end of October 2011 some appeared to have not achieved, he resigned and was eventually succeeded by the German Christoph Daum.

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Thu Apr 04, 2013 8:33 am
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How about adding Thomas Meunier for the reserves?

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Gino MAES and Daniël DE CUBBER should be in first team.
DE CUBBER with vandereycken and Cools were the fuel/backbone in golden years of Brugges.

Edit: Jos Volters deserves too maybe more than Maes.


Tue Nov 13, 2018 12:03 am
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