Tag Archives: Vitesse

The Daily Drool: Danilho Doekhi

10 May

Center back Danilho joined Vitesse in 2018. He has represented The Netherlands at the U18 and U19 levels.

The Daily Drool: Guram Kashia

10 Sep

Since we don’t publish on September 11th, I thought I’d give you an extra Drool today. Center back Guram joined the San Jose Earthquakes in June and has represented Georgia at the U21 and senior levels. He is currently the captain of the national team. He was the inaugural recipient of the UEFA #EqualGame Award this year. While he was playing at Vitesse last year, he wore a rainbow captain’s armband in support of LGBT rights, which caused a huge controversy in his home country, but he refused to back down. Good on you, sir!

The Daily Drool: Fankaty Dabo

21 Dec

Defender Fankaty currently plays for Vitesse on loan from Chelsea. He has represented England at the U16, U17 and U20 levels.

The Daily Drool – Europa League – Group K – Vitesse: Navarone Foor

14 Dec

Winger Navarone joined Vitesse in 2016. He has represented the Netherlands at the U19, U20 and U21 levels.

The Daily Drool – Europa League – Group A – Maccabi Tel Aviv: Sheran Yeini

3 Nov

Defender/midfielder Sheran rejoined Maccabi Tel-Aviv in 2017 after two years with Vitesse. He has represented Israel at the U21 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Zhang Yuning

11 Feb

zhang-yuningStriker Zhang currently plays for Vitesse. He has represented China at the U17, U20, U23 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Champions League Group E – Chelsea’s Tomáš Kalas

18 Oct

TomßÜ Kalas2Center back Tomáš joined Chelsea and spent the last two seasons on loan to Vitesse before rejoining them in July. He has represented the Czech Republic at the U17, U18, U19, U21 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Adnane Tighadouini

27 Aug

adnane tighadouini20 year old Dutch-Moroccan striker Adnane plays for Vitesse in the Eredivisie. He has represented Morocco at the U23 level.

The Daily Drool: Mike Havenaar

5 Jul

mike havenaar46’4″ striker Mike was born in Japan to Dutch parents. His dad Dido was playing in Hiroshima for Mazda FC at the time. He grew up in the Japanese football system and made his professional debut in 2006. The whole family (including footballing brother Nikki & his mom, a former national heptathlon champion) became naturalized Japanese citizens in 1994.He currently plays for Eredivisie side Vitesse. He has represented Japan at the U18, U19, U20 and senior levels. Here’s an interesting article about Mike from IBWM, one from FIFA and a picture of his adorable daughter.