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FC Le Mont

FC Le Mont
Full name FC Le Mont Lausanne
Founded 1942
Ground Terrain du Châtaignier,
Le Mont-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland
Chairman Serge Duperret
Manager Claude Gross
League 1. Liga Classic Group 1
2011-12 5th
Home colours
Away colours

Football Club Le Mont is a Swiss football club based in Le Mont-sur-Lausanne. The club currently plays in the 1. Liga Classic


Football Club Le Mont was established on July 1, 1942

Notable Coaches

  • Serge Duperret
  • Diego Sessolo
  • Raphael Tagan


  • 2008/09: 1. Liga Group 1 Champion

Current squad

As of 28 October, 2013

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 Claudio Gentile
2 France DF Emmanuel Domo
3 Switzerland DF Fabio Rego
4 Switzerland MF Velibor Simic
5 Switzerland DF Florian Gudit
6 Cameroon FW Hervé Towa
7 Cape Verde DF Gilberto Reis
8 Switzerland MF Stevo Gasic
9 Tunisia MF Ahmed Mejri
10 Switzerland FW Marco Gabriele
11 Democratic Republic of the Congo MF Ridge Mobulu
No. Position Player
12 Guinea MF Titi Diaby
13 Switzerland DF Michele Morganella
14 Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Mobulu M'Futi
15 France MF Sid-Ahmed Bouziane
16 Guinea DF Mamadou Djallo
17 Democratic Republic of the Congo DF Marlon Baluzeyi
18 Switzerland GK Adrien Sierro
19 Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Ange N'Silu
21 France MF N'Diassé N'Diaye
22 Portugal GK Dany Bornand
23 Switzerland MF David Kilinc

Former players


External links

  • (French) Site officiel du club
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