Tom De Mul

Tom De Mul

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Tom De Mul

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Tom De Mul (born 4 March 1986) is a Belgian footballer who plays for Standard Liège on loan from Sevilla FC, as a right winger.

Club career

Born in Kapellen, Antwerp, De Mul began his career in K.F.C. Germinal Beerschot, but joined the Ajax Amsterdam youth academy at age 15, like countryman Thomas Vermaelen a year before. He made his first team debut on 25 January 2004, against NEC Nijmegen, but appeared only eight times in the Eredivisie in his first two years combined.

After a solid season (spent on loan) at Vitesse Arnhem, De Mul returned to Ajax, and figured prominently during his first full year, starting in 23 of the 28 matches he appeared in. In the subsequent summer, he signed with Spanish side Sevilla FC for five years, but spent the vast majority of his first seasons barred by Jesús Navas, a club youth product. However, on 16 November 2008, having only played five minutes at Getafe CF, he found the net in a 2–0 away success.

On 15 January 2009, De Mul agreed to be loaned to K.R.C. Genk, thus returning to his country. Seriously injured during the summer, he spent the entire 2009–10 on the sidelines.

International career

De Mul first appeared for the Belgium national under-21 football team in 2004, at the age of 18. Three years later, he made his senior side debuts, appearing twice during the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying stages.

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