For the second time this season, the Walloon derby between Standard Liège and Charleroi provided us with plenty of goals and lots of other drama besides. There were some crucial differences however, namely that this game was played in freezing temperatures and that this is a Standard side who are very much on the way… Read More Standard Liège 6-1 Charleroi – A derby that had almost everything
Amid the rumours, Belgian champions Anderlecht have issued a statement this afternoon concerning the future of Argentine attacker Matias Suárez, who ideally should already be a CSKA Moscow player. However, he failed a first medical back in the summer and remains on Anderlecht’s books for the time being. “The results from the second medical show… Read More Will it be third time lucky for Matias Suarez?
Saturday Anderlecht 2-1 Cercle Brugge Sporting coach John van den Brom best summed this win up when he remarked that “it says it all that we relied on two penalties.” Cercle remain rooted to the bottom of the table but they deserved more than they got in Brussels last night after a spirited display that… Read More JPL Week 18: Genk end Lokeren’s winning streak in thriller, Anderlecht add to Cercle’s woes
A little round-up of recent goings on in Belgian football. Beerschot and Adrie Koster have gone their separate ways Beerschot boss Adrie Koster has become the seventh coach to lose his job this season – an alarmingly high number made worse when you consider the Belgian top division numbers just sixteen sides. Koster left by… Read More On Benteke, Vadis, Koster and the Belgian Cup