Après avoir vécu beaucoup d’émotions pendant les dernières semaines, y compris la déception, la tristesse, l’incertitude, la colère et le soulagement, il semble qu’il y ait un vent d’optimisme prudent parmi les fans de Standard Liège. Certainement, le club a connu une période de turbulence, qui a commencé par l’échec de battre le Racing Genk et… Read More Une nouvelle periode commence au Standard de Liège
After a roller-coaster of emotions over the past few weeks including disappointment, sadness, uncertainty, anger and relief, a sense of cautious optimism seems to have broken out among the supporters of Standard Liège. It has most certainly been a turbulent period, beginning with their narrow failure to beat Racing Genk to the league title although… Read More The dust has now settled – a new era begins at Standard Liège
There can be little doubt that the departure of the quite brilliant Mbark Boussoufa has left a gaping hole in Anderlecht’s dressing room and precipitated a disappointing end to the previous season. Ariël Jacobs saw his side falter in the play-offs culminating in a disappointing third-placed finish. Season ticket sales are down 7000 with fans… Read More Not the new Christian Wilhelmsson – a look at Anderlecht’s Guillermo Molins
In football, they say never go back. Trond Sollied, however, is returning to KAA Gent for the third time and on this occasion, everyone hopes that he will hang around for longer than one season. The now 52-year old was plucked from his native Norway back in December 1998 after winning the Norwegian league in… Read More Third time lucky for KAA Gent and Trond Sollied?
While not a universally popular figure, Georges Leekens is nevertheless the current guardian of a rejuvenated Belgian national team. He readily admits that Turkey have the better opportunity to qualify for the Euro 2012 play-offs after last night’s 1-1 draw but was not too downbeat, aware of the bigger picture. The side are a work… Read More Eden must not become a Hazard for Belgium but for his opponents