K.M.S.K. Deinze

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Deinze
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Full name Koninklijke Maatschappij Sportkring
Deinze
Founded 1926
Ground Burgemeester Van de Wiele Stadion,
Deinze
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Belgium Denijs Van De Weghe
Manager Belgium Geoffrey Claeys
League Belgian Second Division

Koninklijke Maatschappij Sportkring Deinze, or KMSK Deinze, is a Belgian association football club founded in 1926 based in Deinze, East Flanders. The club colours are orange and black and the team currently plays in the Belgian Second Division. Their home stadium is the 8,000-capacity Burgemeester Van de Wiele Stadion.

Staff[edit]

  • Belgium Geoffrey Claeys (head coach)
  • Belgium Bart Van Lancker (assistant trainer)
  • Belgium Stefan Vergote (goalkeepers trainer)
  • Belgium Denijs Van De Weghe (technical director)

Current squad[edit]

As of 22 July 2016.[1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Belgium GK Kevin Frans
2 Belgium DF Glenn Leemans
3 Belgium DF Matthias Lievens
4 Belgium DF Hans Cornelis
5 Belgium DF Gauthier Libbrecht
6 Belgium MF Brecht Van der Beke
7 Belgium MF Gianni De Neve
8 Belgium FW Steve Bael
9 Belgium FW Lennart Mertens
10 Belgium MF Philippe Janssens
No. Position Player
11 Netherlands FW Andre Ntambue
12 Belgium FW Gert Van Walle
15 Belgium DF Arnaud De Greef
16 Belgium DF Stef De Backer
20 Belgium DF Jarric Buysse
21 France FW Jérôme Mezine
22 France DF Benjamin Delacourt
23 Belgium GK Tom Vandenberghe
24 Belgium FW Christophe Martín-Suárez
28 Belgium MF Jasper Sols

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