May 30, 2024

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Former national team coach finishes title candidate: “The worst of the three”

Former national team coach finishes title candidate: “The worst of the three”

The Champions League playoffs became more exciting than ever after last weekend. Anderlecht and Club Brugge share the lead, while Union is one point behind. But who stands out?

Former national coach Rene Vandereken examined the performance of the top three teams last weekend The newspaper. Union fell behind after 17 minutes against Antwerp, but eventually won 4-1. “Vincent Janssen handled Union's gift well, but Antwerp were very weak offensively. I can't say more about Antwerp.”


Vandereycken sings about what Union, who scored 0 out of 12 in the first matches of the final round, showed. “I think it's a great team, offensively and defensively, with Puertas standing out. Even after that 0 out of 12, Union remains a favorite for the title for me. The details were against them. It's great that we have such an exciting title fight team again.”

“It remains to be seen who will succeed in the end. I find Union a little more attractive than Club Brugge, which has a wider squad. In terms of football, Anderlecht is currently the lowest of the three teams for me,” he said. VanDerecken.

This weekend, there are very important competitions on the program again. Cercle Brugge welcomes the visit of Genk, Antwerp takes on Club Brugge at home, and Union looks into the eyes of city rival Anderlecht. The Brussels derby in particular could be decisive in the title battle.