K.S.K. Beveren

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Koninklijke Sportkring Beveren (Royal Sporting Club of Beveren) is a Belgian association football club from the town of Beveren in East Flanders.wikipedia
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YB SK Beveren

A small fraction of fans started a new club in Belgium's lowest division, called YB SK Beveren.
The club was established by supporters of former Belgian champion K.S.K. Beveren, after the unofficial merger of their team with Red Star Waasland in May 2010.

Waasland-Beveren

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The club's male first team ceased all footballing activities in May 2010 to (unofficially) merge with KV Red Star Waasland, becoming KV Red Star Waasland-Beveren.
The club was known as K.V. Red Star Waasland from 2002 until 2010, when they moved to the nearby stadium of defunct club Sint-Niklase and merged with K.S.K. Beveren.

Wilfried Van Moer

Amongst the players were prolific striker Robert Rogiers, playmaker Omer Janssens, winger Jean Janssens, centre back Freddy Buyl and central midfielder Wilfried Van Moer.
Prior to 1966 Van Moer played with Beveren.

Emmanuel Eboué

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Only Emmanuel Eboué completed a permanent move between the clubs in this time period, from Beveren to Arsenal.
Formed at ASEC Mimosas, he moved to Europe to play for Belgium's Beveren in 2002.

Belgian Cup

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KSK Beveren was particularly successful during the late 1970s and early 1980s in which it won two national championships and two Belgian Cups.

Guy Thys

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Under the new coach Guy Thys, Beveren directly promoted to the highest division in 1967, by winning the Belgian Second Division in the final game of the season at UR Namur with Mon Goossens scoring the deciding goal in a 2-3 win.
He became a full-time trainer with Wezel the same year, followed by Herentals, Beveren, Union Sint-Gillis, and Antwerp.

Johan Boskamp

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Later Boskamp became a manager and coached Belgian clubs Lierse, Dender, Beveren, Kortrijk, Anderlecht, Gent.

2004 Belgian Cup Final

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The 2004 Belgian Cup Final, took place on 17 May 2004 between Beveren and Club Brugge.

1983–84 Belgian First Division

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It was performed by 18 teams, and K.S.K. Beveren won the championship.

1978–79 Belgian First Division

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It was contested by 18 teams, and K.S.K. Beveren won the championship for the first time in club history.

Urbain Braems

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He managed Cercle Brugge, Royal Antwerp, Anderlecht, Beveren, Lokeren, Standard de Liège, Panionios G.S.S. and Trabzonspor.

Vincent Dufour

Despite having a very ordinary playing career, Dufour has managed former Belgian Pro League side K.S.K. Beveren as well as then French Ligue 2 outfit Chamois Niortais.

Jos Daerden

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He coached K.S.K. Beveren, Lommel S.K., Standard de Liège, Lierse S.K., K.R.C. Genk, R.A.E.C. Mons, Germinal Beerschot and FC Metalurh Donetsk.

Beveren

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Koninklijke Sportkring Beveren (Royal Sporting Club of Beveren) is a Belgian association football club from the town of Beveren in East Flanders.

Jean-Marie Pfaff

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Jean-Marie Pfaff (born 4 December 1953 in Lebbeke) is a Belgian former football goalkeeper who spent most of his professional career with Beveren and Bayern Munich.

René Desaeyere

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He managed Dessel Sport, Berchem Sport, Standard de Liège, Beveren, Genk, Germinal Ekeren, Kortrijk, Zwarte Leeuw Rijkevorsel, Beerschot, Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma (Currently Seongnam FC), Cerezo Osaka, FC Denderleeuw, Royal Antwerp, Turnhout and Muangthong United.

Erwin Lemmens

Born in Brussels, Lemmens started his career at K.S.K. Beveren in 1995, and was a regular in his last two years after which he signed for Racing de Santander in Spain.

Marc Baecke

During his career he played for Beveren, with whom he won two league titles and two Belgian Cups, only to finish his career with two seasons at Kortrijk.

Björn Vleminckx

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Born in Boom, Antwerp, Vleminckx began his career with Beveren and joined in July 2005 Oostende on loan.

Jean Janssens (footballer)

Jean Janssens
Amongst the players were prolific striker Robert Rogiers, playmaker Omer Janssens, winger Jean Janssens, centre back Freddy Buyl and central midfielder Wilfried Van Moer.
Jean Janssens (born 28 September 1944) is a former Belgian football player who won the Belgian Golden Shoe in 1979 while at Beveren.

Filip De Wilde

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At the age of nine he entered local Eendracht Zele's youth system, joining the famous K.S.K. Beveren goalkeeper school in 1980.

Belgian First Division A

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KSK Beveren was particularly successful during the late 1970s and early 1980s in which it won two national championships and two Belgian Cups.
The following season, Anderlecht lost to Hamburgtrf SV in the Cup Winners' Cup final and, in 1977–78, they won for the second time, while Club Brugge lost the European Cup to Liverpool F.C.. In the Belgian First Division, Club Brugge claimed 4 titles in the decade, while Anderlecht claimed 2 and R White Daring Molenbeek (the successor of Daring Club de Bruxelles), with Johan Boskamp, and KSK Beveren, with goalkeeper Jean-Marie Pfaff, each claimed their first Belgian championship.

Krunoslav Jurčić

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He went on join Belgian side Beveren in 1995, but returned to Dinamo Zagreb after one season following Beveren's relegation from the top flight.

Gervinho

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Gervinho began his career at ASEC Abidjan and Toumodi, before moving to Belgium in 2004 to play for Beveren.