ES FC Malley

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ES FC Malley LS
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Full name Étoile Sportive FC Malley Lausanne
Nickname(s) Malley
Founded 1927
Ground Stade du Bois Gentil
Malley
Ground Capacity 3,500
Manager Nour El Mesbahi
League Swiss 1. Liga

Etoile Sportive Football Club Malley, known as Malley is a football club from Malley, Switzerland. Various club teams train in the vast arena of Blécherette, based in the north of the city. The training center also serves as the headquarters of the club.

The club was founded in 1927, is currently playing in the Swiss 1. Liga.

History[edit]

  • 1927: Foundation of the club that bears the name of a district of Lausanne.
  • 1942: The field of Factory Gas in Malley leaves room for slaughterhouses, the club must emigrate to Renens.
  • 1945: The club settled permanently in the heights of the city of Lausanne and took possession of Stade du Bois-Gentil.

Grounds[edit]

Stadium[edit]

Since moving the club in 1945, the first team of ES FC Malley LS plays in the "Stade du Bois-Gentil". With a capacity of 3,500 (including 500 seats), it has the distinction of having kept its historic grandstand origin until today.

Training Center[edit]

The training center of the ES FC Malley LS is called the "Centre Sportif de la Blécherette". It contains seven football fields (5 in grass, 1 synthetic and 1 clay). It now matches the drive and the main club teams (except the first team). The construction of a new modern training center, just 200 meters from the present, is expected around 2016 in the project redevelopment district of Blécherette.

Players[edit]

Squad 2012 - 2013[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Switzerland GK Valentin Piot
2 Serbia DF Stojan Stojiljkovic
3 Albania DF Lirim Hasani
4 Senegal DF Hiyancinte Crespin
5 Portugal DF Telmo Amaral Moreira
6 Vietnam DF Manh Van Tran
7 Albania MF Momin Demiri
8 Democratic Republic of the Congo MF Junior Lomena
9 Switzerland FW Pierre Mbanga Ndjock
10 Albania MF Shkelzen Biba
11 Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Igor Kuntuala
12 Cameroon DF Boris Essomba Ekani
13 Switzerland DF Nicola Regazzi
No. Position Player
14 Italy DF Mattia Lovato
15 Portugal MF Jimmy Reis
16 Switzerland DF Hidajet Kastrati
17 Albania FW Isa Ebibi
18 Republic of Macedonia MF Shaban Bekteshi
19 Cameroon FW Frank Boma Li Liba
20 Switzerland FW Ghazi Allouchi
21 Cameroon FW Charles Girardet
22 Vietnam MF Bao Nguyen
23 Portugal MF Alex Santos Ribeiro
24 Spain MF Cristian Lopez
25 Portugal GK Patrick Teixeira
26 Spain MF Miguel Rubio

Notables players[edit]

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