February 2, 2023

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Bench-sitters, entrepreneurs and the eliminated superstar: An interim report from the World Cup's Jupiler Pro pioneers |  world Cup of football

Bench-sitters, entrepreneurs and the eliminated superstar: An interim report from the World Cup’s Jupiler Pro pioneers | world Cup of football

world footballThe Red Devils I went back to the house. faster than expected. Then cheer for the rest of the “Belgians” on World Cup in Qatar? Temporary balance. Although, in fact, it is not entirely positive either.



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Noah Lang – Netherlands / Club Brugge – 0 min

He had to stop training (against his will) at Van Gaal’s suggestion after tapping his ankle, but was fit again the next day. You should be watching from the couch now. In the Netherlands they aren’t quite as enthusiastic about the ‘boring’ Orange. People even called here and there to try Lang.

Vincent Jansen – Netherlands / Antwerp – 86 minutes played

An essential place and raid for the Orange, but it did not carry much weight on the defense of both Senegal and Qatar to replace Depay with dignity. He almost gave an assist against the host country, but was reported offside.

Noa Lang has yet to play for the Netherlands. © Photo News

Daniel Schmidt – Japan / STVV – 0 min played

Not the first choice in Japan, but it would be the worst for him. Japan qualified as group winners in a group with Spain and Germany.

Ayase Ueda – Japan / Cercle Bruges – 45 minutes of play

Did get between the lines in trick victories against Germany and Spain. He got his chance when Japan rolled against Costa Rica, but it was again substituted in the first half.

Bilal Al Khanous – Morocco / Racing Genk – 0 min

The rough diamond of Genk Race. As the youngest of the Moroccans, he went to the World Cup, immediately stopping to “his” Belgium, but for the time being remains out of work. National coach Regragui believes in it.

Salim Amel Allah – Morocco / Standard – 183 minutes

A quiet force in the Moroccan midfield, but not unimportant. He didn’t hit enough ball against Croatia to be good, also against Belgium and (as a substitute against Canada) he wasn’t on top, but they’re still great group winners.

Amallah and Al-Khanoos celebrated with great celebration after the victory over Belgium.

Amallah and Al-Khanoos celebrated with great celebration after the victory over Belgium. © BELGA

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Angelo Preciado – Ecuador – 264 minutes played

He started the World Cup very strong and was one of the stars in the opening game – even providing an assist – but still had to pack a punch for Ecuador after the defeat to Senegal.

William Pacho – Ecuador – 0 min played

He came to Qatar without concrete expectations, because before that he had not achieved any caps for his country. I didn’t participate in the World Cup either.

Ali Gholizadeh – Iran / Charleroi – 197 minutes of play

He showed his tricks many times and was at times the most dangerous Iranian. And I witnessed a goal that was not allowed against Wales, and he also hit the wooden goal with a beautiful long shot in the same match. He picked up an assist against England, but was eliminated along with Iran.

Golizadeh scored against Wales, but that party was disallowed.

Golizadeh scored against Wales, but that party was disallowed. © AFP

Gerardo Arteaga – Mexico / Racing Genk – 0 min

Not a second of playing time for the left-back to lead in the Jupiler Pro League, although he is in great shape. It was woefully eliminated on goal difference by Poland.

Andreas Skov Olsen – Denmark / Club Brugge – 132 minutes played

Two basic places, but disappointed (along with all of Denmark). It made the nets shiver against Tunisia, but it was reported. He was criticized especially in his country for his performance against Australia, where he had bad luck with dribbling. You still need to take steps.

Tajon Buchanan – Canada / Club Brugge – 260 minutes played

He was a nightmare for the Belgian (and sometimes Croatian) defense with his speed, but lacked efficiency. He showed himself with some good works and zeal, like the whole of Canada.

Kyle Larraine and Tajon Buchanan try to keep Morocco captain Sais off the ball.

Kyle Larraine and Tajon Buchanan try to keep Morocco captain Sais off the ball. © AFP

Kyle Lahren – Canada / Club Brugge – 137 minutes

Against Croatia and Morocco in the starting line-up, but the club’s lack of game rhythm was delayed with it. He might be his country’s all-time leading scorer, but he failed to score.

Liam Fraser – Canada / Denzy – 0 min

He cried happily with his World Cup selection – beautiful pictures. Besides, he wasn’t really in the picture with the Canadians. An extra boost for him: Deinze hasn’t lost once since his absence.

Samuel Oum Gouet – Cameroon / KV Mechelen – 100 minutes of play

Cameroon were held up by Brazil, but failed to qualify. His mother came with 100 minutes of playing time, more than the total since the beginning of September at KV Mechelen.

Denis Odoi – Ghana / Club Brugge – 13 minutes of play

Short substitution to win the score against South Korea, the “professor” didn’t get anything else. Competition for the right-back is fierce in Ghana.

Denis Odoi has already started twice off the bench for Ghana.

Denis Odoi has already started twice off the bench for Ghana. © Photo News

Abdul Manaf Nurudeen – Ghana / AS Eupen – 0 min

His country’s national team is magical, but goalkeeper Eupen (second) is always on the bench with Ghana.

Elisha Owusu – Ghana / AA Gent – 0 min

At AA Gent he alternated between starting places and raids, at the World Cup he was not a midfielder.

Kamal Soah – Ghana / Club Brugge – 0 min

He did not see his fine form at Club Brugge rewarded with a starting place, or playing time at all. Perhaps I was hoping for something more.

These nine former JPL players have already scored in the World Cup

CameroonJean-Charles Castelletto (Club Brugge, Mouscron)
Serbia: Strahinja Pavlovic (Cercle Brugge), Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Racing Genk), Aleksandar Mitrovic (Anderlecht)
Iran: Ramin Rezaian (KVO)
Ghana: Ousmane Bakary (Ghent)
Ecuador: Moises Caicedo (Beerschot)
SenegalKalidou Koulibaly (Racing Genk)

Kalidou Koulibaly scored for Senegal against Ecuador.

Kalidou Koulibaly scored for Senegal against Ecuador. © Photo News

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