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  1. He isn't first choice. Logically.. . He is still 16 years old and he will rise a bit normally in the next review. But I saw him playing a couple of times. I like this player.
  2. 7. Zulte Waregem They did some great deals this summer with Cyle Larin, Saïdo Berahino and Dimitri Oberlin. Franck Dury - head coach - has found a balance in his team. Last season it was Théo Bongonda and Hamdi Harbaoui. This season Zulte Waregem is growing collectively and individually. At the moment they are even Play-Off 1 - candidate in my opinion. The youngster Ewoud Pletinckx is one of the least discussed players, but he makes a strong impression. The attack by Zulte Waregem with Saïdo Berahino and Cyle Larin has enough qualities. Gideon Mensah - hired from RB Salzburg - only has 2 games to his name, but is already making an impression. Luka Zarandia, Abdoulaye Sissako and Henrik Bjørdal are 3 players who also do well, but do not excel. 8. Excel Mouscron This team has taken new steps to become a stable first class team. A revelation last season, now again. It is still too early to say that they are a PO1 candidate, but you certainly cannot ignore the good start. This team is especially good at the organization and is quite strong on the defensive. Offensively, I still miss something at Excel Mouscron, which makes it difficult to make it for PO1. Nathan De Medina, Kevin Wimmer and ( @TMCosta ) Diogo Queiros are 3 defensive players who currently excel. Frank Boya sometimes has his strong matches, sometimes his weak matches. He is still a little too irregular, but is an important added value for his team. Aleix Garcia also shows himself, but does not excel. Jean Butez stayed with the team again, so they not only have a good defense but also a good goalie. Bernd Hollerbach - head coach - plays out for organization and experience. Deni Hočko is such a person. The Montenegrin is also quite important in the sense of leadership. 9. Charleroi SC A team that has been in the Belgian subtop for years. Behind this team is Mehdi Bayat, who does a good job. This year they again have some players who are doing well, but I personally am not convinced about their ability to dominate a match. In my eyes, midfield is not turning well enough to play for Play-Off 1. I miss a bit of freshness and energy in the team. Modou Diagne and Shamar Nicholson are 2 new players that make Charleroi better. Great job of scouting to add both players to the core of this squad. Marco Ilaimaharitra is the defensive midfielder who plays well in midfield. Massimo Bruno, however, finds his better level again. It is up to Karim Belhocine - the head coach - to get the wingers more in the match and to get enough freshness / energy in the team. If this happens, they will run until the end of the season for the top 6. 10. KV Kortrijk A team with players who already have many years of experience in this competition. Kagelmacher, Lepoint, D'Haene, Mboyo, De Sart, Van Der Bruggen and newcomer Eric Ocansey. The balance in this team is there, but personally I think the team is not going all the way in their games. That is mainly Yves Vanderhaeghe's fault. This team has the options to compete for PO1. However, I personally think that I am missing something on the wing-position. A player with an action is still missed. Fraser Hornby is a good attacker who can make the team run better. The American Brendan Hines-Ike and the Uruguyuaan Gary Kagelmacher are both the defending central duo that still stands as a house. Karel D'Haene, on the other hand, is a player with a great assist in his feet and yet important for the team. 11. KV Oostende They started their season well, but they had immediately the teams in form as opponents and the good teams against them. This brings them to 11th place. The team is running, but needs their better players. Michiel Jonckheere does not do that badly, but would normally not be in the base. Their level from their first games repeating week by week is difficult, but it is up to Kåre Ingebrigtsen to keep that focus and freshness in the team. All in all it works pretty well. Ante Palaversa - injured for a while - has the volume and the qualities to lift this team to a higher level. Andrew Hjulsager - also injured for a while - has that surplus in the attack. The youngsters Robbie D'Haese and Jelle Bataille have taken the next step and are doing more than nicely. Fashion Jr. Sakala has also taken the next step compared to last season. Provided that Hjulsager and Palaversa are back, I expect that KV Oostende can finish in the top 10. 12. STVV A work in progress. It will be one that needs its time. STVV experienced a strong season last season with outstanding players such as Takehiro Tomiyasu and Daichi Kamada. This season, the acquisitions do not immediately stand out in the beginning. They went again to get players in Japan and a Japanese who played at a decent level at HSV. They also mooier for Brazilian footballers plus one American and two more Argentines. STVV went to the market where there is a lot of talent, but it is not yet successful. The adjustment of all these players is taking step by step. Jordan Botaka is one of the experienced players that STVV can always count on. Yohann Boli - now also international at Côte D'Ivoire - is another important factor, because the goals are mainly from him. You see the talent that Yuma Suzuki has, but it lacks a bit of instinct. Alexandre De Bruyn is a surprisingly important factor. Santiago Colombatto has not played too much yet, but it is gradually becoming better and better. Nr. 13 --> Nr. 16 tomorrow
  3. Start Jupiler Pro League 1. Club Brugge KV Club Brugge got off to a good start in the 2019-2020 season. Philippe Clement is a great trainer for this team. There are a lot of outstanding players in the team, but if we look at who makes the most impression across the board, I will come to Simon Deli. The 27-year-old from Ivory Coast has found Club Brugge at Sparta Prague. Percy Tau and Krépin Diatta prove themselves, but need even more time to find their real top level. Emmanuel Dennis and Clinton Mata are 2 players who have been playing at Club Brugge for a while, but have taken a step forward this year. Hans Vanaken and Ruud Vormer are the heart of this team. David Okereke started his season very well, but is in a dip. As a team they play pretty well, but you can see that this team is still growing. 2. Standard De Liège Standard De Liège started nicely, but is, as so often, irregular. If they play well, they play really well. If things are not going well, then it is fairly weak. This team mainly focused on broadening the selection in quality. They shopped at Excel Mouscron (Vojvoda, Amallah, Dussenne), Waasland-Beveren (Boljevic) and KV Kortrijk (Avenatti). Avenatti was actually from Bologna, but Standard found him at KV Kortrijk. Selim Amallah is one of the surprises at the start of this season. Samuel Bastien has finally taken the next step and is a certitude. Maxime Lestienne is back again. Arnaud Bodart finally gets the full chance at Standard and makes a great impression. It is up to Michel Preud'homme to find energy in his team for every match. 3. KAA Ghent A team that has got off to a strong start. The last 2 games were a bit trickier, but they make a great impression with their 4-4-2 diamond system. KAA Ghent their weakness was defense last year. They made the defence better. Michael Ngadeu was taken from Slavia Praha. Positionally it can be better, but together with the reborn Igor Plastun makes them a good experienced defense. Elisha Owusu and Jonathan David are both the revelations of the team. Vadis Odjidja that also shows itself to be important and the reborn Sven Kums. Roman Yaremchuk may miss easy goals, but he makes them easier this season. We now have to wait and see if KAA Ghent can continue to play this level. 4. Royal Antwerp They are looking for the next step that this team can take. That is currently a bit lost, I think personally. Antwerp is mainly known for their defense. This year, Royal Antwerp is trying a bit more offensive with new players such as Koji Miyoshi, Kevin Mirallas and Manuel Benson. They play fairly well at the moment, but currently do not excel. We have to wait for the growth of Royal Antwerp to become better offensive without losing their defensive qualities. However, there are some individual prestations. Aurelio Buta - from Portugal @TMCosta - is a real added value as a right defender. Dieumerci Mbokani and Lior Refaelov are 2 experienced players of the team with impressive statistics this season. Didier Lamkel Zé, on the other hand, is growing and is quite important. If he had the right mentality, he could aim for a team in a Big Five country next season. Faris Haroun is again the key in midfield. 5. KV Mechelen This team mainly excels in collectivity. Hardly any players who really stand out. The team is doing well. I personally think that they have too few individual stars, which will make it difficult in the top matches and when quite a lot has already been played. Onur Kaya shows that he still has the level for the first class. Danté Vanzeir scored his goals. Nikola Storm is back again. He did not break through at Zulte Waregem and Club Brugge. He shows that he is effectively a player who has enough qualities for the first class. 6. KRC Genk This is another team under construction. The statics also show it: the youngest team in the Champions League this year. Benjamin Nygren, Stephen Odey, Ianis Hagi and Carlos Cuesta are the 4 young acquisitions. With Patrik Hrošovský and Paul Onuachu, they brought in players with experience. One does not bring his experience enough on the team (Hrošovský) and the other still has to adapt (Onuachu). Ally Samatta continues to score the goals for KRC Genk. Sander Berge did not start so well, but in recent weeks he finds his level again. Bongonda has yet to take the next step in his game to make KRC Genk better. With the coach Felice Mazzu, unfortunately, the game is played more conservatively. Tomorrow nr.7 ---> nr.12
  4. Left Jupiler Pro League in summer '19 Victor Osimhen is doing great at Lille OSC. Takehiro Tomiyasu, Stefano Denswil, Moussa Djenepo, Moraes Wesley and Joseph Aidoo started well by their clubs. Léandro Trossard also started well, but is injured now. Sebastiaan Bornauw needs to adapt more, but is first choice right now. Ruslan Malinovskiy needs to adapt more in Atalanta. @zsp2 Razvan Marin has it difficult in Ajax Amsterdam.
  5. I have patience, but don't like to hear he has a lazy attitude..
  6. Aouar is also good as CM. I'm playing 3-4-2-1, 4-3-3 B and 3-4-1-2.
  7. I have De Jong, Rodrìgo (ManCity), Barella, Paqueta and Aouar. With these information what do you think ? I've heard he's very lazy and isn't in form. I don't want players (it's just a game, I know..) with a lazy attitude
  8. @1000dB 2 games to go... . Russia and Cyprus. An important game against Russia for the first place. Our best 11 against them please.. Hope to see new players like Björn Engels for example against Cyprus. Do you already have a selection for EUROs 2020 ?
  9. Kazachstan - Belgium 0-2 0-1 Michy Batshuayi 0-2 Thomas Meunier Courtois; Alderweireld, Vermaelen (Brandon Mechele 92'), Vertonghen; Meunier, Witsel, Praet, T.Hazard; Mertens (Yannick Carrasco 78'), E.Hazard; Batshuayi (Christian Benteke 78')
  10. Tonight Thomas Meunier, Axel Witsel and Dennis Praet are sure in the First 11. The other players are not known at the moment.
  11. Belgium - San Marino 9-0 1-0 Romelu Lukaku 2-0 Nacer Chadli 3-0 own goal Christian Brolli 4-0 Romelu Lukaku 5-0 Toby Alderweireld 6-0 Youri Tielemans 7-0 Christian Benteke 8-0 Yari Verschaeren pen, 9-0 Timothy Castagne Courtois; Alderweireld, Vermaelen, Vertonghen; Castagne, Vanaken, Tielemans, Chadli; Mertens (Yari Verschaeren 63'), E.Hazard (Yannick Carrasco 63'); R.Lukaku (Christian Benteke 76') @zsp2 Castagne scored.. . @1000dB close to the 10..
  12. First screenshot: Keep -------------- Slobodan Tedic Rafael Camacho Second screenshot: Keep -------------- Perr Schuurs Ander Barrenetxea Y. Fofana A. Kutucu Third screenshot: Keep -------------- Philippe Sandler H. Tavares J. De Frutos Fourth screenshot: Keep --------------- Youcef Atal James Milner Cesar Montes Luis Diaz Bednarek Ryan Kent Fifth screenshot: Keep -------------- Laînez Eggestein Quina Ampadu Tomiyasu Mangala Mac Allister Krépin Diatta D. Costa Sixth screenshot Keep ------------ Demiral Leâo Lukebakio Maier Romero Kabak Alakouch Porro Adams (bit doubtful) Maresic Reine-Adelaïde Kouamé Cunha Who you should buy, you can find in my thread --> Belgian Thread
  13. First predictions Belgian Jupiler Pro League
  14. Predictions Jupiler Pro League Watch out: these predictions are after 10 games. Still a lot can happen ! 1. Club Brugge KV Clinton Mata (25) - 85... + 1 to 86 Simon Deli (27) - 85... + 1 to 86 Eduard Sobol (24) - 83... + 1/+2 to 84/85 Percy Tau (25) - 82... + 3 to 85 Krépin Diatta (20) - 83... + 3 to 86 David Okereke (22) - 82... + 2 to 84 Loïs Openda (19) - 80... + 2 to 82 2. Standard Luik Arnaud Bodart (21) - 75... + 7 to 82 Mërgim Vojvoda (24) - 82... + 2 to 84 Nicolas Gavory (24) - 83... + 1 to 84 Samuel Bastien (22) - 83... + 2 to 85 Maxime Lestienne (25) - 85... + 1 to 86 Selim Amallah (22) - 82... + 2 to 84 3. KAA Gent Thomas Kaminski (25) - 85... + 1 to 86 Igor Plastun (27) - 83... + 1 to 84 Alessio Castro-Montes (22) - 80... + 2 to 82 Elisha Owusu (21) - 78... + 4 to 82 Vadis Odjidja (30) - 85... + 1 to 86 Louis Verstraete (20) - 80... + 2 to 82 Roman Yaremchuk (23) - 85... + 1 to 86 Jonathan David (20) - 85... + 1 to 86 4. Royal Antwerp Sinan Bolat (30) - 83... + 1 to 84 Aurelio Buta (22) - 82... + 2 to 84 Robbe Quirynen (17) - 67... + 6 to 73 Martin Hongla (21) - 78... + 2 to 80 Abdoulaye Seck (27) - 77... + 3 to 80 Dino Arslanagic (26) - 83... + 1 to 84 Simen Juklerød (25) - 82... + 2 to 84 Lior Refaelov (33) - 83... + 1 to 84 Didier Lamkel Zé (22) - 82... + 2 to 84 5. KV Mechelen Yannick Thoelen (29) - 80... + 2 to 82 Jules Van Cleemput (22) - 78... + 4 to 82 Alexander Corryn (25) - 80... + 2 to 82 Aster Vranckx (16) - 67... + 6 to 73 Thibaut Peyre (26) - 80... + 2 to 82 William Togui (22) - 77... + 3 to 80 Nikola Storm (24) - 82... + 1 to 83 Danté Vanzeir (21) - 80... + 2 to 82 Alec Van Hoorenbeeck (20) - 63... + 5 to 68 6. KRC Genk Gaëtan Coucke (20) - 76... + 6 to 82 Carlos Cuesta (20) - 82... + 2 to 84 Jhon Lucumi (21) - 83... + 2 to 85 Bryan Heynen (22) - 85... + 1 to 86 Junya Ito (26) - 83... + 2 to 85 Joseph Paintsil (21) - 82... + 1 to 83 7. Zulte Waregem Sammy Bossut (33) - 82... + 1 to 83 Cameron Humphreys (20) - 70... + 3 to 73 Ewoud Pletinckx (18) - 78... + 4 to 82 Henrik Bjørdal (22) - 80... + 2 to 82 Abdoulaye Sissako (21) - 77... + 1 to 78 Luka Zarandia (23) - 78... + 4 to 82 Cyle Larin (24) - 83... + 1 to 84 Eike Bansen (22) - 70... + 3 to 73 Saïdo Berahino (26) - 83... + 1 to 84 8. Excel Moeskroen Joan Campins (24) - 78... + 2 to 80 Diogo Queiros (20) - 78... + 4 to 82 Nathan De Medina (21) - 78... + 4 to 82 Frank Boya (23) - 80... + 2 to 82 Deni Hočko (25) - 76... + 4 to 80 Fabrice Olinga (23) - 80... + 1/+ 2 to 81/82 Jonah Osabutey (20) - 75... + 3 to 78 9. Charleroi SC Modou Diagne (25) - 82... + 1 to 83 Christopher Diandy (28) - 82... + 1 to 83 Shamar Nicholson (22) - 76... + 4 to 80 10. KV Kortrijk Sébastien Bruzesse (30) - 80... + 2 to 82 Lucas Rougeaux (25) - 80... + 2 to 82 Tyron Ivanof (22) - 73... + 2 to 75 Fraser Hornby (20) - 70... + 3 / + 5 to 73 / 75 11. KV Oostende Wout Faes (21) - 82... + 1 to 83 Ante Palaversa (19) - 82... + 1 to 83 Michiel Jonckheere (29) - 78... + 2 to 80 Robbie D'Haese (20) - 76... + 6 to 82 Jelle Bataille (20) - 78... + 4 to 82 Fashion Jr. Sakala (22) - 80... + 2 to 82 12. Sint-Truidense VV Daniel Schmidt (27) - 78... + 4 to 82 Thibault De Smet (21) - 76... + 4 to 80 Ibrahima Sory Sankhon (23) - 78... + 4 to 82 Alexandre De Bruyn (25) - 77... + 5 to 82 Nelson Balongo (20) - 70... + 3 to 73 Wolke Janssens (23) - 78... + 4 to 82 Samy Mmaee (22) - 76... + 2 to 78 13. RSC Anderlecht Hendrik Van Crombrugge (26) - 83... + 3 to 86 Killian Sardella (17) - 73... + 5/+ 7 to 78/80 Philippe Sandler (22) - 82... + 2 to 84 Marco Kana (17) - 70... + 3 to 73 Sieben Dewaele (20) - 70... + 8/+ 10 to 78/80 Albert Sambi Lokonga (19) - 78... + 4 to 82 Michel Vlap (22) - 83... + 1 to 84 Yari Verschaeren (18) - 82... + 3 to 85 Jérémy Doku (17) - 75... + 5 to 80 Francis Amuzu (20) - 83... + 1 to 84 14. Waasland-Beveren Jur Schryvers (22) - 80... + 2 to 82 Andreas Wiegel (28) - 78... + 4 to 82 Daam Foulon (20) - 76... + 2 to 78 Djihad Bizimana (22) - 78... + 2 to 80 Daan Heymans (20) - 75... + 2 to 77 Aboubakary Koita (20) - 78... + 2 to 80 Xian Emmers (20) - 78... + 2 to 80 Maximiliano Caufriez (22) - 80... + 2 to 82 Matthias Verreth (21) - 78... + 2 to 80 Nordin Jackers (21) - 78... + 4 to 82 15. KAS Eupen Ortwin De Wolf (23) - 80... + 2 to 82 Mégan Laurent (27) - 78... + 2 to 80 Sulayman Marreh (25) - 80... + 2 to 82 Sibiry Keita (18) - 67... + 5/+ 6 to 72/73 Leonardo Rocha (22) - 75... + 2 to 77 16. Cercle Brugge Loïc Badiashille (21) - 75... + 5 to 80 Giulian Biancone (19) - 75... + 5 to 80 Jonathan Panzo (18) - 73... + 2 to 75 Julien Serrano (21) - 76... + 2 to 78 Rominigue Kouamé (22) - 80... + 2 to 82 Lyle Foster (18) - 75... + 2 to 77 Note: 1. Nordin Jackers will be reviewed as KRC Genk player. 2. Proximus League (2nd division) will be later.. . Not started yet.
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