JK Ganvix Türi

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JK Türi Ganvix
Full name Jalgpalliklubi Türi Ganvix
Founded 2004
Ground Türi linnastaadion
Manager Veiko Kurim
League II Liiga Lõuna/Lääs
2012 II Liiga Lõuna/Lääs, 12th

JK Türi Ganvix is an Estonian football club based in Türi. Founded in 2004, they currently play in the II liiga, third of Estonian football. Türi linnastaadion is their home stadium.

Current squad[edit]

As of 24 August 2013.[1]

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

No. Position Player
13 Estonia DF Arsen Abeljan
33 Estonia DF Janar Adler
10 Estonia DF Rain Aolaid
9 Estonia FW Ergo Eelmäe
1 Estonia GK Marti Ilves
8 Estonia MF Rauno Kald
6 Estonia DF Raido Kangur
4 Estonia MF Jüri Karus
27 Estonia MF Ken-Kaspar Kerner
11 Estonia FW Kristo Kiik
19 Estonia MF Veiko Koks
17 Estonia Herman Koppel
20 Estonia MF Asko Krais
12 Estonia DF Kristjan Kärt
1 Estonia Madis Leht
No. Position Player
5 Estonia DF Timmu Luts
21 Estonia Mikk Maimann
24 Estonia MF Martin Murumaa
30 Estonia Sander Paalpere
14 Estonia MF Peteri Pajumets
27 Estonia MF Hindrik Pihl
29 Estonia MF Tarvo Piip
18 Estonia MF Rasmus Provornikov
40 Estonia MF Martin Saar
23 Estonia MF Aleksander Saharov
3 Estonia MF Karlis Seire
2 Estonia DF Roman Zarovski
16 Estonia MF Robert Tupits
7 Estonia Tauri Unt
25 Estonia DF Marko Vellamäe

Reserves[edit]

As of 24 August 2013.[2]

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

No. Position Player
Estonia DF Taavi Aavaslu
Estonia DF Rasmus Alles
Estonia MF Ainar Alliksaar
Estonia DF Andre Alliksaar
Estonia MF Rando Haugas
Estonia DF Rasmus Hindriks
Estonia Jan-Erik Jegorov
Estonia MF Kristo Kalistratov
Estonia MF Kaido Kaljula
Estonia DF Karl Kangur
Estonia MF Sten Kase
Estonia MF Ardo Klaasen
Estonia MF Kaupo Kööp
Estonia Valmo Must
No. Position Player
Estonia Meelis Müür
Estonia Erlend Ohno
Estonia Targo Parkala
Estonia Argo Ploom
Estonia Ralf Raaga
Estonia Tony Seisler
Estonia Ott Šeffer
Estonia Martin Terras
Estonia FW Ricki Tikas
Estonia George Vainaru
Estonia Rait Valdstein
Estonia Priit Vendelin
Estonia Mart Vingissar
Estonia MF Jorgen Võsa

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