NZ Glaxo

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NZ Glaxo
Glaxo academy badge.png
Full name Nekal Zóutbawes "Glaxo"
Nickname(s) The Students
Founded 2012
Dissolved 2018
Ground Glaxo Sports Complex
(capacity: 11,350)
Head Coach Gerenia Gebreel Karevat
League Gerenian League 1
2014–15 6th
Kit
Glaxo Academy kits.png

NZ Glaxo (English: Glaxo Football Team) was a Gerenian football club based in the city of Port Elerat, which competed in Gerenian League 1. The manager was Gebreel Karevat, and the club's stadium was Glaxo Sports Complex.

History

Glaxo Academy was one of the best educational institutions in Gerenia, having its own football, rugby, ice hockey and basketball teams. After failing to join the Gerenian League 1 for its inaugural season, Glaxo Academy FT co-founded the League 2. In June 2013, Glaxo won promotion to the Gerenian League 1 as champions of the Stage Two of the 2012–13 season.

Players

Final 2018 squad

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

No. Position Player
1 Gerenia GK Iuli Izon
2 Gerenia DF Ferdinand Meliîn
3 Gerenia DF Mark Anzavîn
4 Gerenia DF Brau Jaare
5 Gerenia DF Martîn Jonke
6 Gerenia DF Silviu Spinelj
7 Gerenia MF Aleksander Leberat
8 Gerenia MF Härman Olevat
9 Gerenia FW Pavel Maharen
10 Gerenia MF Lukas Losa
11 Gerenia FW Hoakîn Ramis-Jare (c)
12 Gerenia MF Marțîn Lámaker
No. Position Player
13 Gerenia DF Leon Vidáure
14 Gerenia FW Imel Kálens
15 Gerenia MF Roland Sirisky
16 Gerenia MF Ashley Redmond
17 Gerenia FW Jan Hävers
18 Gerenia FW Lukas Vireman
19 Gerenia GK Jerry Rivera (Formerly Safiria Safiria)
20 Gerenia DF Ion Galan
21 Gerenia FW Frans Danlau
22 Gerenia GK Karl Fasset-Gébers
23 Gerenia MF Ivan Erbelat
24 Gerenia DF Masiel Vileraĵ

Glaxo Academy Youth

Glaxo Academy Youth was Glaxo's reserve division. The team obtained the under-16 competition of the 2012 Senyan School International Tournament after winning all of their matches.

Honours

Coaching history