Tail Schoonjans

Forward, Football player

1986 –


Who is Tail Schoonjans?

Tail Schoonjans is a Belgian professional footballer, who is currently playing for Sint-Niklaas.

Schoonjans started his youth career with Stade Leuven, before it merged into OH Leuven in 2002. With OH Leuven, he promoted up two levels from the Belgian Third Division to the Belgian Pro League as the club got promoted in 2005 and 2011. In these ten years, he featured in 150 matches for OH Leuven, scoring 18 goals in the process. During the first half of the 2011-12 season however, he was surpassed by Bjorn Ruytinx and Derick Ogbu, only allowing him to make three substitute appearances, of which one was in the Belgian Cup. He was loaned out for six months to Belgian Second Division team Sint-Niklaas during the winter 2011–12 transfer window, but released upon return. He subsequently signed a full contract with Sint-Niklaas.

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Aug 19, 1986
Lived in
  • Brussels

on July 23, 2013


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