Shkumbini Peqin

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KS Shkumbini Peqin
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Full name Klubi Sportiv Shkumbini Peqin
Founded 1924; 90 years ago (1924)
Ground Shkumbini Stadium, Peqin, Albania
Ground Capacity 5,000
Owners Peqin Municipality
Manager Sokol Branica
League Albanian First Division
2013–14 Albanian First Division, 7th
Website Club home page

Klubi Sportiv Shkumbini is an Albanian football club based in the city of Peqin. The club's home ground is the Shkumbini Stadium and they currently compete in the Albanian First Division.[1]

History[edit]

Football was first introduced to the city of Peqin in the early 1920s after an army officer from Shkodër brought along a ball with him. Shkumbini was formed in 1924 by Adem Bedali and other local men who had begun playing football. In the club's infancy they played friendly games with teams from other cities in Albania, before the creation of the Albanian Football Association in 1930 who organised the first official football competitions in the country. Shkumbini's first trophy came in 1936 when they defeated Apolonia Fier to win the Albanian Second Division. They remained in the lower divisions until 1994, when they finished 2nd in the Albanian First Division and achieved promotion to the Albanian Superliga for the first time in the club's history.[2] In their debut season in the top flight they finished in a respectable 7th place out of 16 teams, with a record of 11 wins, 8 draws and 11 losses.[3] The club finished in 4th place in the 1997-98 season in the Albanian Superliga, and striker Dorian Bubeqi was the league's top goalscorer with 26 goals.[4]

Current 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
1 Albania GK Sokol Deliu
2 Albania DF Alfred Salliu
3 Albania DF Besmir Kollçaku
4 Albania DF Amarildo Lundraxhiu
5 Albania DF Daniel Ramazani
6 Albania DF Emilian Lundraxhiu
7 Albania DF Lorenc Pashja
8 Albania MF Kevin Kacoli (on loan from KF Tirana)
9 Albania FW Glorian Hoxha (on loan from KF Tirana)
10 Albania FW Erjon Mustafaj
11 Albania FW Roland Dervishi
12 Albania GK Selami Ajazi
13 Albania DF Leonard Belba
14 Albania MF Emiljano Lluca
15 Albania DF Klemend Xhyra
16 Albania GK Ramazan Demrozi
No. Position Player
17 Albania FW Klejdis Branica
18 Albania FW Ervis Kafazi
19 Albania MF Arvis Gjata
20 Albania MF Aldo Branica
21 Albania MF Ardit Bushi
22 Albania GK Denis Guga
23 Albania MF Endri Karaj
24 Argentina DF Federico Mazur
25 Albania MF Gabriel Liçka
26 Albania MF Jurgen Nexha
27 Argentina FW Diego Rovira
28 Albania FW Kleandro Asllanaj
29 Albania DF Fadil Meta
30 Albania MF Elton Balliu
31 Albania MF Jurgen Vogli
32 Albania FW Ergys Sorra (on loan from KF Tirana)

Current coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
Head Coach Albania Sokol Branica
Goalkeeping Coach Albania Arianit Ballhysa
Fitness Coach Albania Orges Demiri
Club Doctor Albania Gani Spahiu
Club Secretary Albania Astrit Isaj

Managers[edit]

  • Albania Gugash Magani (Aug 2008–Aug 09)
  • Albania Kristaq Mile (Sept 2009–Dec 09)
  • Albania Përparim Daiu (Dec 2009–June 10)
  • Albania Mirel Josa (June 2010–Aug 10)
  • Albania Agim Canaj (Sept 2010–Dec 10)
  • Albania Përparim Daiu (Dec 2010–March 11)
  • Albania Kristaq Mile (March 2011–June 12)
  • Albania Gugash Magani (July 2012–2012)
  • Albania Sokol Branica (August 2013-)

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