G.D. Chaves

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GD Chaves
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Full name Grupo Desportivo de Chaves
Nickname(s) Flavienses, Valentes Trasmontanos
Founded 27 September 1949
Ground Estádio Municipal de Chaves
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Bruno Carvalho
Manager Luís Castro
League Primeira Liga
2017–18 Primeira Liga, 6th
Current season

Grupo Desportivo de Chaves, commonly known as Chaves (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈʃavɨʃ]), is a Portuguese football club from Chaves currently playing in the Primeira Liga. They were founded in 1949 and currently play at Estádio Municipal de Chaves, with a capacity of 12,000, one of the biggest stadiums in the league. Their home kit is red-and-blue striped shirt with blue shorts and socks, and the away kit is all white. Their current president is Bruno Carvalho and their manager is Ricardo Soares. Chaves have been in the Portuguese First Division 13 times and had their best finish of fifth-place in the 1989–90 season. They went to Europe in the 1987–88 season, where they played in the UEFA Cup, beating Romanian side Universitatea Craiova in the first round and losing to Hungarian team Budapest Honvéd in the next round.

History[edit]

Grupo Desportivo de Chaves was founded on 27 September 1949 and is one of the most experienced teams in the Portuguese Second Division, not just because of its old culture, but also many years in the top-flight Primeira Liga, doing quite well and playing in European tournaments, such as the UEFA Cup. Their best ever finish was in the Primeira Liga when they finished fifth in both 1986–87 and 1989–90. In the 1986–87 season, meanwhile, they had fantastic results, beating Sporting Clube de Portugal 2–1 at home in a memorable night at the Estádio Municipal de Chaves. After those fantastic seasons, they finished sixth, seventh and ninth before getting relegated in the 1992–93 season to the Liga de Honra. They returned for another few seasons but then again suffered relegation to the Liga de Honra until 2007, where they eventually got relegated to the Portuguese Second Division: Série A. In the previous season of 2007–08, they finished in fourth place, just missing out on promotion.

After a series of great results in 2008–09 that granted the team the lead of Série A, Chaves finally achieved promotion to the second-flight Liga de Honra with an aggregate 1–0 win over Penafiel, the winner of the Portuguese Second Division: Série B in a semi-final playoff. In the playoff final, it was between Chaves and Fátima, in which both were guaranteed promotion to the Liga de Honra, with the final set to determine the champions. Fátima won the match 2–1.[1] Chaves spent the following three years in the third division before being crowned Segunda Divisão champions in 2012–13, thus gaining promotion back to the Segunda Liga. After missing out on promotion to the first division during a thrilling final day of the 2014–15 season, Chaves were promoted the following season back to the top-flight Primeira Liga for the first time in 17 years.[2]

Stadium[edit]

Estádio Municipal de Chaves is a multi-use stadium in Chaves. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of G.D. Chaves. The stadium is able to hold 12,000 people. The stadium normally holds the Portugal national team youth games and also some under-21 games, and also very rarely the senior team. This stadium is famous because it is where Cristiano Ronaldo made his senior international debut with Portugal.[3]

Honours[edit]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 31 January, 2018[4]

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

No. Position Player
1 Portugal GK António Filipe
2 Portugal DF Paulinho
5 Portugal MF Filipe Melo
6 Brazil MF Jefferson
7 Portugal MF Stephen Eustáquio
8 Portugal MF João Patrão
10 Brazil FW Perdigão
11 Brazil FW William
12 Belarus MF Renan Bressan
13 Portugal GK Ricardo Nunes
14 Portugal DF Nuno André Coelho
15 Portugal DF Domingos Duarte (on loan from Sporting)
No. Position Player
19 Serbia DF Nikola Maraš
20 Brazil MF Tiago Galvão
21 Guinea-Bissau FW Jorginho (on loan from Saint-Étienne)
23 Portugal GK Emanuel Novo
24 Portugal DF Pedro Queirós
25 Portugal MF Pedro Tiba (on loan from Braga)
26 Brazil DF Djavan
73 Brazil FW Matheus Pereira (on loan from Sporting)
91 Brazil MF Davidson
96 Brazil DF Rafael Furlan (on loan from Grêmio Anápolis)
97 Cape Verde GK Márcio
99 Brazil FW Platiny

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Brazil GK João Kuspiosz (to Cova da Piedade)

Managerial history[edit]

 
Name Nationality Years
Raul Águas  Portugal 1984–1988
João Fonseca  Portugal 1988–1989
José Romão  Portugal 1989–1990
Manuel Barbosa  Portugal 1990–1991
José Romão  Portugal 1991–1992
Henrique Calisto  Portugal 1992–1993
Carlos Garcia  Portugal 1993
António Jesus  Portugal 1993–1994
Vítor Urbano  Portugal 1994-1995
José Romão  Portugal 1995-1996
Joaquim Teixeira  Portugal 1996
José Romão  Portugal 1996-1997
Manuel Correia  Portugal 1997-1998
Porfírio Amorim  Portugal 1998
Álvaro Magalhães  Portugal 1998
Horácio Gonçalves  Portugal 1998-1999
Augusto Inácio  Portugal 1999
Diamantino Bráz  Portugal 1999
Francisco Vital  Portugal 1999-2000
Dito  Portugal 2000
António Jesus  Portugal 2000-2001
António Borges  Portugal 2001-2002
Rogério Gonçalves  Portugal 2002-2003
José Alberto Costa  Portugal 2003
Manuel Correia  Portugal 2003-2004
Daniel Ramos  Portugal 2004
António Amaral  Portugal 2004-2005
 
Name Nationality Years
Vítor Maçãs  Portugal 2005
António Caldas  Portugal 2005-2006
Ricardo Formosinho  Portugal 2006
António Borges  Portugal 2006-2008
Leonardo Jardim  Portugal 2009
Emerson Carvalho  Brazil 2009
Ricardo Formosinho  Portugal 2009
Nuno Pinto  Portugal 2009-2010
Tulipa  Portugal 2010
Jorge Regadas  Portugal 2010
Luís Miguel  Portugal 2010-2011
João Eusébio  Portugal 2011
Filipe Casanova  Portugal 2011
Jorge Regadas  Portugal 2011-2012
Eduardo Oliveira  Portugal 2012
Hélder Fontes  Portugal 2012
Pedro Monteiro  Portugal 2012-2013
João Pinto  Portugal 2013
João Eusébio  Portugal 2013
Quim Machado  Portugal 2013-2014
Norton de Matos  Portugal 2014
Carlos Pinto  Portugal 2014-2015
Vitor Manuel Oliveira  Portugal 2015-2016
Jorge Simão  Portugal 2016
Ricardo Soares  Portugal 2016-2017
Luís Castro  Portugal 2017

Europe[edit]

Season Cup Round Opponent Result (1st leg) Result (2nd leg) Aggregate Notes
1987–88 UEFA Cup 1st round Romania Universitatea Craiova 2 – 3 Away (16/09) 2 – 1 Home (30/09) 4 – 4 (a)
2nd round Hungary Budapest Honvéd 1 – 2 Home (24/10) 1 – 3 Away (04/11) 2 – 5

League and cup history[edit]

The football section has 13 presences at the top level of Portuguese football. Its best position was two fifth-place finished, in the 1986–87 and 1989–90 seasons, the first earning Chaves its only presence in the European cups.

Season Div Pos Pld W D L GF GA Pts Portuguese Cup Portuguese League Cup Europe Notes
1985–86 I 6 30 11 7 12 28 38 29 Quarter-Finals &
1986–87 I 5 30 13 7 10 39 38 33 Quarter-Finals &
1987–88 I 7 38 13 14 11 51 31 40 Third Round &
Round 2
1988–89 I 13 38 12 10 16 37 41 34 Quarter-Finals &
1989–90 I 5 34 12 14 8 38 38 38 Fifth Round &
1990–91 I 8 38 10 14 14 49 52 34 Third Round &
1991–92 I 9 34 10 10 14 36 45 30 Sixth Round &
1992–93 I 18 34 4 8 22 34 61 16 Fifth Round &
Relegated
1993–94 II 3 34 19 7 8 44 25 45 Sixth Round &
Promoted
1994–95 I 14 34 10 7 17 33 49 27 Fourth Round &
1995–96 I 15 34 9 7 8 38 56 34 Fourth Round &
1996–97 I 10 34 12 10 12 39 45 46 Fifth Round &
1997–98 I 16 34 10 5 19 31 55 35 Fifth Round &
1998–99 I 17 34 5 10 19 39 70 25 Fourth Round &
Relegated
1999–00 II 12 34 11 11 12 46 45 44 Third Round &
2000–01 II 12 34 9 14 11 48 44 41 Third Round &
2001–02 II 5 34 16 4 14 52 44 52 Third Round &
2002–03 II 7 34 12 11 11 44 41 47 Sixth Round &
2003–04 II 10 34 11 11 12 37 45 44 Third Round &
2004–05 II 17 34 9 10 15 24 38 37 Fourth Round &
2005–06 II 8 34 13 11 10 40 36 50 Third Round &
2006–07 II 16 30 3 7 20 16 43 16 Third Round &
Relegated
2007–08 III 4 26 12 8 6 44 17 44 Fourth Round &
2008–09 III 1 32 19 8 5 53 22 87 Third Round &
Promoted
2009–10 II 15 30 6 10 14 28 37 28 Runners-up First Round Relegated
2010–11 III 3 30 13 12 5 34 21 51 First Round &
2011–12 III 3 30 15 9 6 41 26 54 Third Round &
2012–13 III 1 32 17 11 4 46 23 62 Second Round &
Promoted
2013–14 II 8 42 19 10 13 58 56 67 Fourth Round First Round
2014–15 II 3 46 20 20 6 68 45 80 Fifth Round Second Round
2015–16 II 2 46 21 18 7 60 39 81 Fourth Round First Round Promoted
2016–17 I 11 34 8 14 12 35 42 38 Semi-finals Second Round
2017–18 I 6 34 13 8 13 47 55 47 Fourth Round Second Round

References[edit]

  1. ^ "GD Chaves Historia". GD Chaves.pt. Archived from the original on 2014-07-22. 
  2. ^ "Desportivo de Chaves subiu à I Liga". cmjornal.xl.pt. 
  3. ^ "Lucky rebound gives Portugal narrow win over Kazakhstan". China Daily. Retrieved 25 August 2010. 
  4. ^ "Squad". Zerozero.pt. 

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