Stan van den Buys
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|Full name||Constant Van den Buijs|
|Date of birth||8 June 1957|
|Place of birth||Kalmthout, Belgium|
|1996–1998||KFC Rita Berlaar|
|2008||Standard Liège (assistant manager)|
|2008–2010||Gent (assistant manager)|
|2010–2011||Beerschot (assistant manager)|
|2010||Beerschot (interim manager)|
|2012–2013||Al-Shabab (assistant manager)|
|2013–2017||Club Brugge (assistant manager)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Stan van den Buijs is a former Belgian professional football player, who is most notable (or notorious) for scoring three own goals in one match whilst playing for Germinal Ekeren against Anderlecht in the 1994–95 season of the Belgian Jupiler League (Anderlecht won 3-2). However, a video from ActueelTV appears to show that while he scored two own goals the third was in fact put across the line by an attacker.
- "Non solo Kaladze: storia degli autogol "d'autore"" (in Italian). Sport Magazine. 7 September 2009.
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