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3 hours ago, 1000dB said:

 

 

Bring up Bailey again and an article about him, including his his future as an international, is published. Like clockwork

http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/bundesliga/startseite/707389/artikel_bailey_bereit-fuer-bayer---nicht-fuer-jamaika.html

Nationalmannschaft? "Es gibt Gründe, warum ich nicht für Jamaika spiele"

Jamaica keeps coming for him. But he has personal problems with the federation since he was 11 -12yo. Jamaica could have had me a long time ago, but there are reasons why I'm not playing for them.

 

He will chose for Germany, but for the moment he can't chose Germany, because he lives not so long in Germany. He will not play for Belgium for the reason  he wasn't long enough in Belgium.

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Belgian risers --> this link: Risers in Belgium

Not realy. Portugal is very capable of doing something like that

Individual rapport Yari Verschaeren   Age: 17 Position: AM(RLC) Nationality: Belgium Team: RSC Anderlecht SM Value: 280K SM Rates: 70 Minutes: 526 minutes

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2 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

He will chose for Germany, but for the moment he can't chose Germany, because he lives not so long in Germany. He will not play for Belgium for the reason  he wasn't long enough in Belgium.

Possibly he's still a Belgian resident (official residency in Belgium and "working abroad"). He's still coming back to Belgium. His girlfriend is Belgian IIRC and not that long ago he ran into a bit of trouble when he visited a gym in Genk and made fun of a guy who was training there (maybe you saw the vid).

I can't tell if that's the case or not but even if he's a German resident now he'll be +/- 25yo before he's eligible. Germany produce a lot of talents that will be bedded into the NT at that age. If he keeps his residency in Belgium instead he'll eligible 2 years sooner, in August 2020, just in time for the Nations League.

 

Also, Fellaini looked fit, Hazard less so, Lukaku started despite a minor injury, De Bruyne asked to come off early (hopefully nothing serious), Chadli in the MD squad, etc. We'll find out later who's carrying knocks and who's fully fit. I'm guessing Fellaini will play against Bosnia if he indeed was allowed to fully recover ahead of today's game.

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KAS Eupen

Average rate: 78,3

 

 Afbeeldingsresultaten voor kas eupen logo

 

New:

Abdul Manaf Nurudeen, Mickaël Tirpan, Jordan Lotiès, Marc Valiente, Carlos Martinez Castro, Souleymane Aw, Abdulkarim Hassan (on loan from Al Sadd), Assim Omer Madibo, Nils Schouterden, Moussa Diallo, Akram Afif (on loan from Villareal CF), Mbaye Leye, Nicolas Verdier & Hamza Sanhaji

 

The first team

 

Goalkeepers

Hendrik Van Crombrugge (Belgium, Age: 24, rate: 82)

Babacar Niasse (Senegal, Age: 20, rate: 75)

Abdul Manaf Nurudeen (Ghana, Age: 18, no rate)

 

Defenders

Mickaël Tirpan (Belgium, Age: 23, rate: 78)

Moussa Wagué (Senegal, Age: 18, rate: 78)

Siebe Blondelle (Belgium, Age: 31, rate: 82)

Jordan Lotiès (France, Age: 33, rate: 83)

Carlos Martinez (Costa Rica, Age: 18, rate: 70)

Silas Gnaka (Côte D’Ivoire, Age: 18, rate: 70)

Marc Valiente (Spain, Age: 30, rate: 85)

Ibrahim Diallo (Mali, Age: 21, rate: 80)

Souleymane Aw (Senegal, Age: 18, rate: 70)

Abdelkarim Hassan (Qatar, Age: 24, rate: 80)

 

 

Midfielders

Diawandou Diagne (Senegal, Age: 23, rate: 82)

Odeni George (Nigeria, Age: 22, rate: 78)

Luis Garcia (Spain, Age: 36, rate: 80)

Jean Thierry Lazare Amani (Côte D’Ivoire, Age: 19, rate: 78)

Assim Omer Madibo (Qatar, Age: 20, no rate)

Alessio Castro-Montes (Belgium, Age: 20, rate: 70)

 

Wingers

Eric Ocansey (Ghana, Age: 20, rate: 82)

Nils Schouterden (Belgium, Age: 28, rate: 82)

Akram Afif (Qatar, Age: 20, rate: 80)

 

Attackers

Mbaye Leye (Senegal, Age: 34, rate: 85)

Nicolas Verdier (France, Age: 30, rate: 82)

Hamza Sanhaji (Qatar, Age: 23, no rate)

Moussa Diallo (Belgium, Age: 26, no rate)

Damien Mouchamps (Belgium, Age: 21, rate: 70)

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48 minutes ago, 1000dB said:

Possibly he's still a Belgian resident (official residency in Belgium and "working abroad"). He's still coming back to Belgium. His girlfriend is Belgian IIRC and not that long ago he ran into a bit of trouble when he visited a gym in Genk and made fun of a guy who was training there (maybe you saw the vid).

I can't tell if that's the case or not but even if he's a German resident now he'll be +/- 25yo before he's eligible. Germany produce a lot of talents that will be bedded into the NT at that age. If he keeps his residency in Belgium instead he'll eligible 2 years sooner, in August 2020, just in time for the Nations League.

Oh, I didn't know that. Good news for us then. Yeah, I saw the video, but I thought that was in Germany. But that doesn't matter :).

Good argument there.

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KV Oostende

Average rate: 79,5

 Afbeeldingsresultaten voor kv oostende logo

 

New:

Mike Vanhamel, Ramin Rezaeian, Nicolas Lombaerts, Logan Ndenbe, Rocky Bushiri, Aleksandar Bjelica, Emmanuel Banda, Ibrahima Bah, Nicolas Rajsel, Richairo Zivkovic & Zinho Gano

 

The first team

 

Goalkeepers

Mike Vanhamel (Belgium, Age: 27, rate: 78)

William Dutoit (France, Age: 29, rate: 83)

Thomas De Bie (Belgium, Age: 20, rate: 73)

 

Defenders

Ramin Rezaeian (Iran, Age: 27, rate: 82)

Brecht Capon (Belgium, Age: 29, rate: 83)

Mathias Bossaerts (Belgium, Age: 21, rate: 78)

David Rozehnal (Czech Republic, Age: 37, rate: 83)

Zarko Tomasevic (Montenegro, Age: 27, rate: 83)

Nicolas Lombaerts (Belgium, Age: 32, rate: 88)

Antonio Milic (Croatia, Age: 23, rate: 83)

Aleksandar Bjelica (Serbia, Age: 23, rate: 82)

Logan Ndenbe (Belgium, Age: 17, no rate)

Rocky Bushiri (Belgium, Age: 17, rate: 70)

 

Midfielders

Sebastien Siani (Cameroon, Age: 30, rate: 85)

Andile Jali (South Africa, Age: 27, rate: 83)

Victor Van De Wiele (Belgium, Age: 21, rate: 70)

Siebe Van Der Heyden (Belgium, Age: 19, rate: 70)

Hasan Özkan (Belgium, Age: 19, rate: 76)

Emmanuel Banda (Zambia, Age: 19, no rate)

Kevin Vandendriessche (France, Age: 28, rate: 82)

Franck Berrier (France, Age: 33, rate: 83)

Michiel Jonckheere (Belgium, Age: 27, rate: 82)

Robbie D’Haese (Belgium, Age: 18, rate: 70)

 

Wingers

Jelle Bataille (Belgium, Age: 18, rate: 70)

Fernando Matos Canesin (Brazil, Age: 25, rate: 83)

Ibrahima Conté (Guinea, Age: 26, rate: 83)

Ibrahima Bah (Belgium, Age: 18, rate: 70)

Nicolas Rajsel (Slovenia, Age: 24, rate: 80)

Knowledge Musona (Zimbabwe, Age: 27, rate: 85)

 

Attackers

Zinho Gano (Belgium, Age: 23, rate: 83)

Richairo Zivkovic (The Netherlands, Age: 21, rate: 84)

Joseph Akpala (Nigeria, Age: 31, rate: 82)

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Today and tomorrow

I'm watching how many of each country are playing in the Belgian competitition. Today we start with South America.

 

Like you see is Brazil the most popular country of South America in Belgium. After Brazil comes Colombia, then Uruguay and then Peru. The thing I see in this static there is no one from Argentina. It's a long time ago we hadn't someone from Argentina in our competition.

In the youth of RSC Anderlecht there is one player of Paraguay, but not in the first squad. So he isn't in the list.

 

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@1000dB

Something special you see in this ?

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Oceania

 

Like you see is Oceania not that popular in Belgium, but I think I can speak for each country. Australia has a good team, but the rest below average. Riley McGree is a young Australian football player that plays for Club Brugge and Danny Vukovic (2nd option for the national team after Matthew Ryan) is a goalkeeper from KRC Genk with his 32 years old.

 

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@1000dB: Can you explain why the quantity is so low ?

 

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Arabia and others

 

Qatar is the only country from Arabia that has players in our competition. All 3 players are playing for KAS Eupen. The World Championship is in 2022 in Qatar. KAS Eupen is ambitious to be the key of some succes for Qatar on term.

Israel and Iran aren't from Arabia, I know that. But the card is too big. I bring this topics in pieces. That's why these countries are here. Iran is a country that participates in Russia in the summer of 2018.  

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Africa

 

86 players from Africa in the Belgian competition. It's unbelievable.

I see in this static that surtout North West of Africa is popular around 59 players. In my opinion are Madagascar (1), Zambia (1), Zimbabwe (2) and Tanzania (1) are exotic and the weakest of this list. Countries like Senegal (15), Côte D'Ivoire (6), Nigeria (14), Algeria (4), Congo (10), Cameroon (the winner of the latest Africa cup, 5), Morocco (5) and Ghana (8) are from good quality. You can see in Belgium which countries are in higher ranked in Africa. Countries like Burkina Faso (1), South Africa (2) , Angola (4), Gambia (1), Guinea (2), Mali (4) and Tunesia (3) are outsiders what you also can see in the quantity of players each country in Belgium.

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@1000dB: This is interesting :). What do you think of this unbelievable statics ?

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Europa

 
With 120 players is Europe (logical) the continent with the most players in Belgium. I'm not going to name all countries,  but some numbers are very interesting.
 
Like France, they are dominating our competition as Abroad country. Serbia, Croatia, Ukrain, Spain, Greece and Portugal are also not bad in the quantity in Belgium. It was a surprise that Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Albania, Greece and Serbia are countries on the same coast loan and has each at least 1 player in Belgium.
 
 
 
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Asia

 

Asia is the less popular in Belgium. Just Iran (who you already saw earlier) and Japan has his players in Belgium. Japan is in my opinion by far the best football country from Asia. With Ryota Morioka and Yuya Kubo Japan has 2 big players in Belgium. The first plays for Waasland-Beveren and Kubo for KAA Gent. It's possible both are going with Japan to the World Championship in Russia in the summer of 2018 if they continue like this.

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@thorgan lesar short answer: Australia isn't a populous country and, unlike Aussie Rules or rugby, they lack structural support for football (= anything from how parents raise their kids to the top rung of world football or at least a clear path to the world's elite/big leagues). Brazil have 8x more people and football is king like nowhere else (very little structural support for lots of other sports). Brazil have a great record at the World Cup but not so much at the Olympics, e.g. Australia have over 150 gold medals while Brazil only have 30.

 

PS what's with all the questions. Also, you left out Antarctica (give them some love).

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On 28/09/2017 at 12:24 PM, thorgan lesar said:

Onyekuru is the only player that is playing on his level for the moment in RSC Anderlecht. Deserves a +1. I think you like Wague, because he is 18 years old. He is adapting on the level in Belgium, but for the moment not someone who is "must buy". Diawandou Diagne is doing well as a defensive midfielder. He has rate 82 and deserves a +2. You can find him in the "riser list" and Lazare is back. He needs to confirm the level from last season. It's not going that easily for him, but that's normal in the beginning of the season where you need to confirm. He is a nice talent, so if he work hard enough he can go through this period and then he will play for RSC Anderlecht or maybe KAA Gent next season.

regardless of age, I like Wague because he is ear marked as a top right back hope for Senegal beforehand, followed him at Eupen. I just dont get to see much of the performances! Same with Soulyeman Aw.

Thanks, nice insight for Eupen hoping Mbaye Leye's goals can get them on track soon and put some wins together

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44 minutes ago, -JMH- said:

regardless of age, I like Wague because he is ear marked as a top right back hope for Senegal beforehand, followed him at Eupen. I just dont get to see much of the performances! Same with Soulyeman Aw.

Thanks, nice insight for Eupen hoping Mbaye Leye's goals can get them on track soon and put some wins together

I think KAS Eupen is going stay in the first division thanks to Mbaye Leye. Aw just played 1 match with KAS Eupen till now. Eric Ocansey is playing on his position for the moment. Wague played everything till now, but he had some enormous fails. So to be the future back of Senegal is going to take a while. He has talent, but not good enough to be the future back for the moment. Akram Afif is a youngster from Qatar. He is finally showing some talent, but it's going with golves for him in the beginning of this season. If you watch to a new Onyekuru, you need too watch KV Mechelen. There is someone from Burkina Faso that is a revelation for the moment. He's called Hassane Bandé. He isn't yet in the database. When he is you can see in the list "NEW PLAYERS" :) 

If you don't want to watch each day to that list, I will say it when he is in the database. :) 

 

Hope you have something from this thread

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First team squads in season '17-'18

 

Club Brugge KV                                     KV Kortrijk

Charleroi SC                                           Standard Luik

SV Zulte Waregem                                Lokeren OV

Excel Moeskroen                                  Sint-Truidense VV

Antwerp FC                                            KV Mechelen

RSC Anderlecht                                     KAA Gent

Waasland-Beveren                               KAS Eupen

KRC Genk                                               KV Oostende

 

 

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NEW: Hein Vanhaezebrouck is the new coach of RSC Anderlecht

 

The most succesful team has finally his dream coach after some years. Vanhaezebrouck left KAA Gent, because his job was done in Gent and some players of KAA Gent needed some other air in Gent. 2 weeks later he signed for Anderlecht after Weiler left Anderlecht. Anderlecht hopes to find their style of playing back with dominating the match with possession and good playing. Vanhaezebrouck is a coach like that. Is this match made in haven ? We will see in a couple of weeks (or months).

 

Afbeeldingsresultaten voor hein vanhaezebrouck anderlecht

 

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Campaign Red Devils

Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Belgium 3-4

0-1 Meunier, 1-1 Medunjanin, 2-1 Visca, 2-2 Batshuayi, 2-3 Vertonghen, 3-3 Dumic, 3-4 Carrasco

 

Courtois; Alderweireld, Vermaelen, Vertonghen; Meunier, Fellaini (Dendoncker 29'), De Bruyne, Carrasco (Chadli 86'); Mertens (Tielemans 46'), E.Hazard; Batshuayi

 

 

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Campaign Red Devils

Belgium - Cyprus 4-0

1-0 E.Hazard, 2-0 T.Hazard, 3-0 E.Hazard pen, 4-0 Lukaku

 

Courtois; Ciman, Alderweireld, Vertonghen; Meunier (Romelu Lukaku 66'), Witsel, Tielemans, Chadli; E.Hazard (Kevin De Bruyne 77'), T.Hazard; Batshuayi (Dries Mertens 56')

 

Congratulations with your 97th cap (record !) Jan Vertonghen !!

 

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