JK Vaprus Vändra

JK Vändra Vaprus is an Estonian football club based in Vändra.

Vändra Vaprus
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Full nameJalgpalliklubi Vändra Vaprus
Founded2009
GroundVändra Stadium, Vändra
Capacity307
ChairmanSilver Kurg
ManagerRanet Lepik
LeagueEsiliiga B
2018Esiliiga B, 7th
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

Vändra Vaprus were founded on 30 September 2009 by Pärnu Vaprus in cooperation with the Vändra borough. The team represents the borough of Vändra in the Estonian football league system and the Estonian Cup games. Vändra Vaprus are associated with the Pärnu Vaprus football academy and were the reserve team for Pärnu Linnameeskond.[1] On 22 February 2013 the Estonian Football Association announced that Pärnu Linnameeskond will be relegated from Esiliiga to Esiliiga B and Vändra Vaprus, who finished 2012 II Liiga West/South division third, will be taking their place in the 2013 Esiliiga season.[2]

Vändra Vaprus in Estonian footballEdit

Season League Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Top Goalscorer Avg.Att. Cup
2011 III Liiga 1 22 19 3 0 110 22 +88 60   Toomas Mangusson (21)
2012 II Liiga 3 26 15 6 5 68 39 +29 51   Ranet Lepik (19)
2013 Esiliiga 7 36 12 10 14 61 55 +6 46   Toomas Mangusson (11) 172
2014 9 36 11 5 20 60 72 −12 38   Toomas Mangusson (11) 149 First round
2015 9 36 11 5 20 43 80 −37 38   Ranet Lepik (12) 115 Second round
2016 9 36 8 8 20 48 96 −48 32   Kaarel Saaremets (7) 100
2017 Esiliiga B 3 36 19 5 12 75 67 +8 62   Kaarel Saaremets (12) 69

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 6 March 2016.[3]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   EST Toivo Teetsmann
2 DF   EST Chris Anderson
3 DF   EST Karl-Sander Eensoo
4 DF   EST Maigo Vaakmann
5 DF   EST Oliver Ojala
6 DF   EST Indrek Oja
7 MF   EST Karel Otto (captain)
10 FW   EST Harris Jürissaar
11 MF   EST Mihkel Jürgenstein
12 MF   EST Mihhail Kravtšenko
15 MF   EST Artur Ojala
16 DF   EST Toomas Eier
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF   EST Toomas Mangusson
19 MF   EST Alfred Vesselov
21 MF   EST Anton Issakov
23 DF   EST Andro Aavik
25 MF   EST Jargo Pert
27 MF   EST Ranet Lepik
35 GK   EST Veiko Põldemaa
39 DF   EST Jan-Erik Jegorov
42 MF   EST Margus Poldsaar
45 GK   EST Hans Naano
72 MF   EST Martin Pärn
90 MF   EST Kaarel Saaremets


Reserve squadEdit

As of 28 February 2014.[4]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   EST Ats Aasmaa
  EST Raul Adams
MF   EST Sirmo Ambos
DF   EST Sten Hansen
MF   EST Priit Ilves
MF   EST Jaanus Jõulu
FW   EST Mihkel Jürgenstein
MF   EST Harris Jürissaar
DF   EST Rein Kontus
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   EST Karmo Pankov
  EST Jargo Pert
  EST Martin Pärn
MF   EST Egert Tarkiainen
GK   EST Toivo Teetsmann
DF   EST Maigo Vaakmann
DF   EST Jaagup Valma
DF   EST Richard Vesselov

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "MTÜ Jalgpalliklubi Vändra Vaprusel on oma koduleht" (in Estonian). vandra.ee. Retrieved 3 March 2013.
  2. ^ "Pärnu Linnameeskond jätkab tippjalgpallis" (in Estonian). Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 3 March 2013.
  3. ^ "Vändra JK Vaprus (2014)". Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 28 February 2014.
  4. ^ "Vändra JK Vaprus II (2014)". Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 28 February 2014.

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