PSV Eindhoven

PSV
PSV.png
Club Name Philips Sport Vereniging NV
Nickname(s) Boeren (Peasants), Red White Army,
Rood-witten (Red-whites)
Founded 1913
Stadium Philips Stadion
Manager Netherlands Dick Advocaat
Division Eredivisie

PSV is one of the best teams in Netherlands. They have a very young team and with players like Dries Mertens, Georginio Wijnaldum, Kevin Strootman, Ola Toivonen, Luciano Narsingh and Tim Matavz they have a great team for the future. They also have Mark van Bommel as their captain. Their biggest rivals are Ajax and Feyenoord. PSV won the UEFA Cup in 1978 and the Champions League in 1988. In 2005 they almost reach the Champions League final after AC Milan beat PSV Eindhoven on the away goals rule to reach the European Cup final.

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[edit] Legends

Some world class players have been played by PSV. The Brazilians Ronaldo and Romario, the Dutch players Ruud van Nistelrooy, Arjen Robben and Ronald Koeman and more of them have taken this way to the European top teams.

[edit] Rivals

The rivals of PSV are Ajax and Feyenoord. PSV is a sort of nightmare for Ajax because PSV won the most of the games at the last 20 years. This are the games of the year. In the last 15 years Ajax won only once at the Philips Stadium in Eindhoven. Against Feyenoord, PSV has the usually more difficult than against Ajax.

[edit] PES

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Eindhoven.

[edit] PES 2

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Flandre.

[edit] PES 3

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Stadhuisplein.

[edit] PES 4

They made their first appearance as a licensed team in PES 4 and have been licensed in each subsequent edition of the game.

[edit] Players

The best players of PSV Eindhoven are Belgium international Dries Mertens, Dutch internationals Kevin Strootman, Mark van Bommel, Luciano Narsingh and Georginio Wijnaldum, Swedish international Ola Toivonen and striker Tim Matavz. After 3 Master League seasons Strootman and Wijnaldum are over the 90 by overall.

[edit] Current Squad

Pos. Name Information
GK.png PolandFlag.png Przemyslaw Tyton
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Marcelo Filho
CB.png NetherlandsFlag.png Wilfred Bouma
CMF.png CanadaFlag.png Atiba Hutchinson
LB.png NetherlandsFlag.png Jetro Willems
CMF.png NetherlandsFlag.png Mark van Bommel CAPTAIN
CMF.png NetherlandsFlag.png Kevin Strootman
SS.png SwedenFlag.png Ola Toivonen
RWF.png NetherlandsFlag.png Jeremain Lens
LWF.png BelgiumFlag.png Dries Mertens
CF.png SloveniaFlag.png Tim Matavz
GK.png NetherlandsFlag.png Boy Waterman
GK.png NetherlandsFlag.png Ruud Swinkels
CB.png DenmarkFlag.png Zanka
CB.png BelgiumFlag.png Timothy Derijck
RB.png BulgariaFlag.png Stanislav Manolev
LB.png NetherlandsFlag.png Erik Pieters
CMF.png NetherlandsFlag.png Orlando Engelaar
CMF.png NetherlandsFlag.png Peter van Ooijen
CMF.png AustriaFlag.png Marcel Ritzmaier
SS.png NetherlandsFlag.png Georginio Wijnaldum
RWF.png NetherlandsFlag.png Luciano Narsingh
LWF.png NetherlandsFlag.png Memphis Depay




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Last edited by harbee on 4 November 2012 at 20:38
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