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Jordy Buijs, who left Kyoto, "I want to go back to the Netherlands"

 
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Joined V. Farren Nagasaki in the summer of 1 after working for De Graafschap, NAC Breda and Heerenveen, and Sydney FC in the A-League (Australia 2018st Division).
 

Meiji Yasuda Seimei J2 League Kyoto Sanga will be held this season due to the expiration of the contract by Dutch defender Jordy Buijs (2) on the 32nd. → Continue reading

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Sydney FC

Sydney Football Club(English: Sydney Football Club)AustraliaSoutheast,New South WalesThe capital ofSydneyHometown, Australian Professional Soccer League (A league) Is a professional football club.

Overview

Until then in AustraliaSemi professionalbyAustralian National Soccer LeagueWas held and 5 clubs from Sydney participated, but the Australian Football FederationOceania Football FederationからAsian Football FederationIt was decided to transfer to, and with the aim of improving the overall level of Australian football, a completely professional "A league"But2005 Starting from February, the new Sydney FC was formed in February of the same year.

The team decided to win the Oceania Club Championship that year shortly after it was formed. December'sToyota Cup World Club ChampionshipIt was decided to participate as a representative of Oceania, but its first match (December 12,Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu-Deportivo Supplementa=Costa Rica) Was defeated.

To the teamJ LeagueMany experienced people are also participating,Pierre LittbarskiWith the director at the top,Ian KrugAssistant coach, playerSteve Colica,Matthew BingleyAndYokohama FCFrom guest player (Transfer with time limitSynonymous with)Chiura MiuraWas enrolled in.

title

Domestic title

  • league: 2 times
    • A-Regular Season: 2 times
      • 2009-2010, 2016-2017
    • A League Final Series: 4 times
      • 2005-2006, 2009-2010, 2016-2017, 2018-19

International title

2005

Past results

年度Regular seasonFinal series
2005-06 2 bitWin
2006-07 4 bitBest 4
2007-08 3 bitBest 4
2008-09 5 bit
2009-10 1 bitWin
2010-11 9 bit
2011-12 5 bit5 bit
2012-13 7 bit
2013-14 5 bitElimination final
2014-15 2 bit2 bit
2015-16 7 bit
2016-17 1 bitWin
2017-18 1 bitBest 4
2018-19 Win

Current member

As of July 2021 [1]

Note: The nationality notation of the players isFIFA's national qualification rulesbased on.

No.PosPlayer name
1GKAustraliaAndrew Redmain
2DFAustraliaJames Donakey
3DFAustraliaBenjamin Warland
4DFAustraliaAlex Wilkinson captain
5DFAustraliaConnor O'Toole
7DFAustraliaMichael Zuro
8MFAustraliaPaulo Retor
9FWBrazilBob Bo
10MFEur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.euMilos Ninkovich
11FWNew ZealandCosta Barbarces
12FWAustraliaTrent Buhajia
14FWEnglandAdam Le Fondre
16DFAustraliaJoel King
No.PosPlayer name
17MFAustraliaAnthony Caceres
19MFAustraliaChristopher Svera
20GKAustraliaTom Howard-Bell
21DFAustraliaHarry van der Saag
22MFAustraliaMax Burgess
23DFAustraliaRyan Grant
25DFAustraliaColumn Talbot
26MFAustraliaNathan Brattan
27FWEur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.euElvis Kamsoba
28MFAustraliaKarem Niwenhof
30GKAustraliaAdam Pavlesic
32MFAustraliaPatrick Yazbek
33FWAustraliaPatrick Wood
35DFAustraliaLiam McGing
directed by

Successive directors

Successive players

GK

DF

MF

FW

footnote

  1. ^ "Sydney FC Squads”. Sydney FC. 2021/11/28Browse.

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NAC Breda

NAC Breda(NOAD ADVENDO Combinatie Breda) Is Netherlands-North Brabant-BredaBased inサ ッ カ ーClub team.CurrentlyEerste DivisiBelong to.

History

August 1912, 9,NOADADVENDOWas founded by the merger of the two clubs.By the way, "NOAD" is an abbreviation for "Nooit Ophouden Altijd Doorgaan" (never give up), and "ADVENDO" is an abbreviation for "Aangena am Door Vermaak En Nuttig Door Ontspanning".[1].2003 The name was changed from NAC up to that point to the name of Hometown Breda, and continues to the present day.The reading is "Nack Breda".

The first official match was the Holdered Cup on March 1915, 3.KNVB cupPredecessor)FeyenoordIn the battle, he was completely defeated 3-0. First from the club in 1920Netherlands representativeEduard van Roussel, who was convened in Japan, played an active role and is nowEredivisieHe has won the national championship, which is the predecessor of.

The home stadium Mycom Stadion will be the Fuji Photo Film (currently the current name) until it changed its name to its current name in the 2003-04 season.FUJIFILM Holdings)ButNaming rightsWas acquired and was called "Fujifilm Stadion".

From XNUM X Year X NUM X Month X NUM X DayEngland-Premier League OfManchester City FCHas formed a partnership with Manchester City and has rented many players from Manchester City.[2].

title

Domestic title

International title

None

Past results

SeasonDivisionKNVB cup
leagueTrialWinMinuteDefeatObtainedLostpointRanking
1956-57 Eredivisie34148125961369 bitEliminated the second round
1957-58 Eredivisie34155146970358 bitEliminated the second round
1958-59 Eredivisie341361572723211 bitLost the quarterfinals
1959-60 Eredivisie34159105653395 bit
1960-61 Eredivisie34154155964349 bitsecond place
1961-62 Eredivisie34158116049385 bitLost the quarterfinals
1962-63 Eredivisie30111095148326 bitEliminated the second round
1963-64 Eredivisie30146105653346 bitEliminated the second round
1964-65 Eredivisie30781534492216 bitEliminated the semi-finals
1965-66 Eerste Divisi2815945022393 bitLost the quarterfinals
1966-67 Eredivisie341091544502912 bitsecond place
1967-68 Eredivisie34981725562615 bitGS defeated
1968-69 Eredivisie34101595048357 bitEliminated the second round
1969-70 Eredivisie3411101340543210 bitEliminated the second round
1970-71 Eredivisie347101740612414 bitEliminated the second round
1971-72 Eredivisie34991639582713 bitBest 16
1972-73 Eredivisie34772026572116 bitWin
1973-74 Eredivisie346101844722216 bitsecond place
1974-75 Eredivisie34891738622516 bitEliminated the second round
1975-76 Eredivisie349101526532811 bitEliminated the second round
1976-77 Eredivisie341112114153348 bitLost the quarterfinals
1977-78 Eredivisie3410111337513111 bitEliminated the second round
1978-79 Eredivisie348151141513110 bitLost the quarterfinals
1979-80 Eredivisie341071735592716 bitEliminated the second round
1980-81 Eredivisie34991646662713 bitEliminated the second round
1981-82 Eredivisie341291342483311 bitBest 16
1982-83 Eredivisie346121639752417 bitEliminated the second round
1983-84 Eerste Divisi3218597249413 bitEliminated the second round
1984-85 Eredivisie34752235681917 bitBest 16
1985-86 Eerste Divisi3610121454613213 bitBest 16
1986-87 Eerste Divisi361313104845398 bitEliminated the second round
1987-88 Eerste Divisi36972045692517 bitEliminated the second round
1988-89 Eerste Divisi36161196149437 bitEliminated the second round
1989-90 Eerste Divisi36161195539432 bitEliminated the second round
1990-91 Eerste Divisi38211439450562 bitBest 16
1991-92 Eerste Divisi381612106548444 bitEliminated the second round
1992-93 Eerste Divisi3419787339453 bitEliminated the second round
1993-94 Eredivisie341410106152387 bitEliminated the semi-finals
1994-95 Eredivisie341171654602910 bitLost the quarterfinals
1995-96 Eredivisie341410105844528 bitBest 16
1996-97 Eredivisie341010144154409 bitEliminated the second round
1997-98 Eredivisie341261641494212 bitLost the quarterfinals
1998-99 Eredivisie344111941612318 bitBest 16
1999-00 Eerste Divisi3427168284361 bitEliminated the second round
2000-01 Eredivisie341310114140499 bitEliminated the second round
2001-02 Eredivisie34159105552546 bitEliminated the second round
2002-03 Eredivisie34131384231524 bitBest 16
2003-04 Eredivisie341210125855469 bitEliminated the semi-finals
2004-05 Eredivisie34981743673515 bitLost the quarterfinals
2005-06 Eredivisie34891745663316 bitEliminated the second round
2006-07 Eredivisie341271543544311 bitEliminated the semi-finals
2007-08 Eredivisie3419694840633 bitEliminated the semi-finals
2008-09 Eredivisie34136154454458 bitEliminated the semi-finals
2009-10 Eredivisie3412101242494610 bitLost the quarterfinals
2010-11 Eredivisie341251744604013 bitLost the quarterfinals
2011-12 Eredivisie341081645543813 bitEliminated the second round
2012-13 Eredivisie341081640563813 bitBest 16
2013-14 Eredivisie348111543543515 bitEliminated the second round
2014-15 Eredivisie346101836682816 bitBest 16
2015-16 Eerste Divisi3620798442673 bitEliminated the second round
2016-17 Eerste Divisi38197126550645 bitEliminated the second round
2017-18 Eredivisie34971841573414 bitEliminated the second round
2018-19 Eredivisie34582129742318 bitEliminated the second round
2019-20 Eerste Divisi2914874830505 bitEliminated the semi-finals
2020-21 Eerste Divisi3822797541735 bitEliminated the second round
2021-22 Eerste Divisi38Place

European performance

Current member

2020 May 10Now[3]

Note: The nationality notation of the players isFIFA's national qualification rulesbased on.

No.PosPlayer name
1GK
Netherlands
2DF
Netherlands
3DFSpain
4DF(I.e.
5DFSpain
6MFEngland
7FWEngland
8MF
Netherlands
9MF
NetherlandsLex Immers
10FW
Netherlands
11FW
Netherlands
14DFSpainNacho Monsalve
15DF
Netherlands
16GK
Netherlands
No.PosPlayer name
18MF
Netherlands
20MF
NetherlandsDion Malone
21DF
Netherlands
22DFBelgium
23GK
Netherlands
24DFNorwayColin Rösler
26FWBelgium
27MF
Netherlands
28DF
Netherlands
29MF
Netherlands
30DF
Netherlands
31MF
Netherlands
33MF
Netherlands
42FW
Netherlands
55MFバ ブ ブ ダ ダ ダ

Loan player

Note: The nationality notation of the players isFIFA's national qualification rulesbased on.

No.PosPlayer name
6MFEngland (England flag Manchester City)
No.PosPlayer name
11FW
Netherlands (Utrecht)

Successive directors

  • Dutch flag Henk ten cate 2000-2003
  • Dutch flag 2003-2005
  • Dutch flag 2006
  • Dutch flag 2006-2008
  • Dutch flag 2008-2010
  • Dutch flag 2010-2011
  • Dutch flag 2011-2012
  • Dutch flag Adorie bohers 2012
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Flag 2012-2014
  • Dutch flag 2014-2015
  • Dutch flag 2015
  • Dutch flag 2015-2016
  • Belgian flag 2017-2018
  • Dutch flag 2018-2019.3
  • Dutch flag Root bloat 2019.3-2020
  • German flag 2020

Successive players


GK

DF

MF

FW

footnote

  1. ^ Bauhaus World Soccer Collection 99
  2. ^ Manchester City partner with NAC in the second division of the NetherlandsSuper World Soccer, April 2016, 4
  3. ^ Selectie 2018-2019NAC Breda official website viewed August 2018, 8

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