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Timmy Simons

Timmy Simons (born December 11, 1976 in Diest) is a Belgian football central defender and defensive midfielder who plays for (and captains) PSV Eindhoven. He also is captain of the Belgium national football team. Simons former clubs include Lommel and Club Brugge. He won the Belgian Golden Shoe in 2002 while playing for Club Brugge.

In the summer 2005 he decided to leave Club Brugge for PSV Eindhoven. He was named vice-captain in the 2005-2006 season. After Philip Cocu left after the 2006-2007 season, he was named captain. He has become a key player for PSV and is very popular among the fans. He took over the number 6 jersey from an other beloved player: current Bayern München captain Mark van Bommel.

Career Stats

Season Club Country Competition Matches Goals
1998/1999 Lommel Jupiler League 30 1
1999/2000 Lommel Jupiler League 31 4
2000/2001 Club Brugge Jupiler League 34 2
2001/2002 Club Brugge Jupiler League 34 3
2002/2003 Club Brugge Jupiler League 33 7
2003/2004 Club Brugge Jupiler League 33 4
2004/2005 Club Brugge Jupiler League 28 7
2005/2006 PSV Eredivisie 32 2
2006/2007 PSV Eredivisie 34 5
2007/2008 PSV Eredivisie 33 4
Total 306 35

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