June 5, 2023

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Once again Vanheisbrouck is sounding the alarm: “You have to invest, otherwise we won’t be able to keep up”. Jupiler Pro League

“You will give peace to others, but not to me. He sounded the alarm a year and a half ago.”

Hein Vanhaezebrouck is not really happy about the European ticket for his club. For the third year in a row, T1 succeeds in guiding KAA Gent to Europe. This job seems to be getting more and more difficult for Vanheisbrouck season by season.

“I see investments everywhere in other clubs. We’re talking about it, but I’ve been here for two and a half years…it seems the investment hasn’t come through.”

“I hope they pass,” he warns, “or else we can’t go anymore.” “The rest are just investing: capital increase after capital increase. They are running away from us.”

“We are entitled to Europe again. This brings peace now, but it is not enough for the future…”

So Van Heisbrouck’s call was clearly formulated in eight words: “There must be an injection of capital into the club.”

But when will come another question to ask himself. “I have absolutely no idea. I don’t know if anyone will be here tomorrow, it will be another five years before anyone comes.”

“If nothing happens, you can still be asked to get to the first playoff. But this won’t work anymore,” T1 sees it gloomily. “Keeping things on the line won’t work. Why? Because competition is running away from us.”

Financial problems would bother many coaches. However, HVH does not look desperately into the future. “My job is to get everything out of the group and meet management’s expectations. That means a play-off I, a European ticket and a good track in Europe.”

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He concluded on a positive note: “They know Ghent in Europe, check it out. We made our voices heard.” “I am too old to be discouraged easily.”