2013–14 Club Brugge KV season

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Club Brugge
2013–14 season
Chairman Bart Verhaeghe
Manager Michel Preud'homme
Stadium Jan Breydel Stadium
Belgian Pro League 2nd
Belgian Cup Round 7
Europa League Third qualifying round
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2013–14 Club Brugge K.V. season was the club's 111th season since establishment in 1891. They competed in the Belgian Pro League, the Belgian Cup as well as the UEFA Europa League.

Season summary[edit]

Players[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Norway DF Tom Høgli
3 Belgium MF Timmy Simons (captain)
4 Costa Rica DF Óscar Duarte
6 Ghana MF Enoch Adu
7 Burundi FW Mohammed Tchité
8 Israel FW Lior Refaelov
9 Belgium FW Tom De Sutter
10 Denmark MF Jesper Jørgensen
11 Belgium MF Jonathan Blondel
13 Spain MF Víctor Vázquez
14 Denmark DF Jim Larsen
15 China MF Shangyuan Wang
16 Belgium FW Maxime Lestienne
17 Poland MF Waldemar Sobota
19 Belgium DF Thomas Meunier
21 Australia GK Mathew Ryan
No. Position Player
22 Iceland FW Eiður Guðjohnsen
27 Portugal DF Elton Monteiro
28 Belgium DF Laurens De Bock
30 Chile FW Nicolás Castillo
32 Belgium MF Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe
33 Serbia GK Vladan Kujović
40 Belgium DF Björn Engels
41 Belgium MF Birger Verstraete
42 Belgium FW Nikola Storm
43 Belgium MF Sander Coopman
44 Belgium DF Brandon Mechele
50 Belgium GK Sven Dhoest
55 Belgium FW Tuur Dierckx
63 Belgium FW Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo
77 Sweden DF Fredrik Stenman
90 Nigeria FW Kehinde Fatai (on loan from Astra Giurgiu)

Reserve squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Belgium GK Sven Delarbre
Belgium GK Arthur Hannes
Belgium DF Alexander Embrechts
Belgium DF Gauthier Libbrecht
Belgium MF Tom Pacquet
No. Position Player
Belgium MF Yannick Reuten
Belgium FW Hakim Borahsasar
Belgium FW Daan Debouver
Belgium FW Aaron Vanfleteren

Transfers in[edit]

No. Position Player
3 Belgium DF Timmy Simons (from Germany Nürnberg)
9 Belgium FW Tom De Sutter (from Belgium Anderlecht)
15 China FW Wang Shangyuan (free agent)
20 Greece MF Spyros Fourlanos (from Greece Panathinaikos)
21 Australia GK Mathew Ryan (from Australia Central Coast Mariners)
24 Greece DF Valentinos Vlachos (from Greece AEK Athens)
27 Portugal DF Elton Monteiro (from England Arsenal Academy)
90 Nigeria FW Kehinde Fatai (on loan from Romania Astra Giurgiu)
Guinea FW Obbi Oulare (from France Lille)
Poland FW Waldemar Sobota (from Poland Śląsk Wrocław)
30 Chile FW Nicolás Castillo (from Chile Universidad Católica)

Transfers out[edit]

No. Position Player
3 Sweden DF Michael Almebäck (to Denmark Brøndby)
4 Belgium DF Carl Hoefkens (to Belgium Lierse)
9 Belgium FW Björn Vleminckx (was on loan to Turkey Gençlerbirliği, now sold to Turkey Kayseri Erciyesspor)
17 Republic of Macedonia FW Ivan Tričkovski (on loan to Belgium Waasland-Beveren)
18 Netherlands DF Ryan Donk (to Turkey Kasımpaşa)
20 Belgium MF Thibaut Van Acker (was on loan to Belgium Beerschot, now sold to Belgium Cercle Brugge)
21 Belgium DF Bart Buysse (to Belgium Cercle Brugge)
22 Spain DF Jordi Figueras (was on loan to Spain Rayo Vallecano, now sold to Spain Betis Sevilla)
25 Norway FW Mushaga Bakenga (was on loan to Belgium Cercle Brugge, now loaned to Denmark Esbjerg)
28 Belgium DF Jannes Vansteenkiste (to Belgium Antwerp)
39 Serbia GK Bojan Jorgačević (to Turkey Kayseri Erciyesspor)
70 Colombia FW Carlos Bacca (to Spain Sevilla)
Netherlands FW Jordan Botaka (was on loan to Portugal Belenenses, now sold to Netherlands Excelsior)
Belgium GK Colin Coosemans (was on loan to Belgium Waasland-Beveren, now sold)
Belgium MF Jimmy De Jonghe (was on loan to Belgium Zulte Waregem, now loaned to Belgium Lierse)
Belgium FW Zinho Gano (on loan to Belgium Lommel United)
Belgium DF Maxime Gunst (was on loan to Belgium Eendracht Aalst, now sold to Netherlands FC Eindhoven)
6 Ghana MF Enoch Kofi Adu (on loan to Norway Stabæk)
20 Greece MF Spyros Fourlanos (on loan to Greece Kalloni)
24 Greece DF Valentinos Vlachos (on loan to Greece Aris)
27 Portugal DF Elton Monteiro (on loan to Portugal Académica de Coimbra)
Latvia FW Valērijs Šabala (signed from Latvia Skonto, but immediately loaned out to the same team)

Results[edit]

Belgian Pro League[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Championship Playoff[edit]

Belgian Cup[edit]

Main article: 2013–14 Belgian Cup

UEFA Europa League[edit]

Third qualifying round[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]