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VV Baronie

VV Baronie
Full name Voetbalvereniging Baronie
Founded 1926
Ground De Blauwe Kei
Breda
Ground Capacity 7,000[1]
Chairman Netherlands Dick Schreuder
Manager Netherlands Peter Maas
League Hoofdklasse
2010–11 Topklasse Sunday, 15th
Home colours
Away colours

VV Baronie is a Dutch amateur association football club based in Breda.

The club was founded on July 4, 1926, and has always been the second club of the city, being overshadowed by the far more successful NAC Breda. In 1955 the club entered into professional football in the Tweede Divisie, but failed to make a breakthrough in the local football fanbase, experiencing very low turnouts during those years; such issues, coupled with a budget far lower than all other professional clubs, led the Dutch Football Federation to exclude Baronie from the league in 1971. Since then, Baronie has played at amateur level only, winning six times the Hoofdklasse title. Baronie will be part of the newly established Topklasse level in 2010–11.

Current squad

2010–11 season
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
Netherlands GK Wim Kustermans
Netherlands GK Guido van Sant
Netherlands GK Jorik Meesters
Netherlands FW Matthijs Hage
Netherlands DF Ruud van Stokkom
Netherlands Bas van Loon
Netherlands DF Sjoerd Schrier
Netherlands FW Tyrone Zschüsschen
Netherlands DF Robin van Nijnatten
Netherlands MF Bob Ruissen
Netherlands Marvin Westerduin
Netherlands Sjack van Rijsbergen
Netherlands FW Chafik Boushaba
Netherlands MF Chaib Azaimi
No. Position Player
Netherlands FW Emile Linkers
Netherlands DF Jamie Kankam
Netherlands Antilles MF Revy Rosalia
Netherlands MF Frits Paap
Netherlands MF Jurgen Gijzen
Netherlands Stefan Wiegerink
Netherlands MF Vincent Vervoort
Netherlands Thomas Horvers
Netherlands FW Guillermo Zschüsschen
Portugal FW Tiago Faria da Silva
Netherlands MF Mustafa el Malouki
Netherlands Jeffrey van Beers
Netherlands DF Benjamin van Wanrooij

References

External links

  • Official site
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