Vegetarianos FC

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Leones Vegetarianos
Full name Leones Vegetarianos Fútbol Club
Ground Estadio de Malabo
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
Ground Capacity 15,250
Chairman Bienvenido Ateba Mangue
Head coach José David Ekang[1]
League Equatoguinean Premier League
Website Club home page

Leones Vegetarianos Fútbol Club is an Equatoguinean football club based in the city of Malabo. It currently plays in Equatoguinean first division. The club was founded as Vegetarianos CF by the Spanish Juan Manuel Rojas, a vegetarian man from Granada who arrived in Equatorial Guinea in 2001 and years later he went to India, where he staged a hunger strike.[2][3] Its rival club is Atlético Semu.

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
10 Equatorial Guinea FW Roben Nsue
14 Equatorial Guinea FW Pedro Mbela
Equatorial Guinea GK Manuel Sapunga
GK Emmanuel Simporé
Equatorial Guinea DF Sebastián Esono
Equatorial Guinea MF Abdoulaye Ndoye
Equatorial Guinea MF Chiki Oyono
Equatorial Guinea FW Juan José Nguema [4]
No. Position Player
Equatorial Guinea FW Lolín
Equatorial Guinea FW Patrick Mvondo
Equatorial Guinea Ildefonso Eyi
Equatorial Guinea Armengol Edu
Equatorial Guinea Manuel Nguema
Nigeria Asagwara Emeka
Ivory Coast Guy Keumian
Equatorial Guinea José Luis Riopo

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