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CS Chênois

 

CS Chênois

CS Chênois
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Full name Club Sportif Chênois
Founded 1907
(as FC Thônex)
Ground Stade des Trois-Chêne,
Thônex
Chairman Giuseppe Luongo
Manager Domingos Ribeiro
League 1. Liga (Group 1)
Home colours
Away colours

Club Sportif Chênois is a Swiss association football club, playing in the Swiss 2. Liga Interregional..

History

Formed in 1907 as FC Thônex, the club adopted its current name in 1924. The club competed in the Intertoto Cup in 1979.

Squad

Updated 10 November 2008.[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 Switzerland GK Christophe Pietrini
2 Switzerland DF Vitor Pereira
3 Portugal DF Demis Simoes
4 Algeria DF Benamar Belabbas
5 France DF Yacine Götz
6 Switzerland MF Samir Zoubaa
7 Portugal MF Carlos Gaio
8 Albania MF Erol Ameti
9 France FW Malek Meddour
10 France FW Pascal Baruxakis
11 France FW Laurent Damm
12 Burkina Faso DF Francisco Yameogo
No. Position Player
13 Switzerland GK Loic Novelle
14 Switzerland FW Idriss Maanane
15 France DF Grégoire André
18 Cameroon DF Justin Nangmo
19 France MF Gael Blavier
20 Switzerland MF Francisco Yameogo
21 Switzerland GK Christophe Pietrini
22 France FW Frederic Colly
23 Nigeria DF Junior Mazolo
24 France MF Jerome Bloch
25 France DF Alexandre Schwarb

References

External links

  • Official website


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