All NewsSELECTION AND PREVIEW KV KORTRIJK - KVO

SELECTION AND PREVIEW KV KORTRIJK - KVO

Selection (19): Hubert, Schelfhout, Ndicka, Jakel, Medley, Tanghe, Fortes, Capon, Wylin, Koziello, D'Arpino, Amade, Patoulidis, Batzner, Rocha, Kvasina, Gueye, Ambrose, Atanga.
InjuredMcGeehan, Boonen, Osifo, D'Haese.
RemarksD'Haese is training again but tomorrow's match is still too early.

Preview:

On Saturday the Kustboys will travel to the Guldensporenstadion to take on KV Kortrijk.

0n our province companions are playing a solid season and after 11 match days they are in a shared tenth place with 15 points, 2 points behind KVO. In terms of results, the blokes achieved 8 out of 15 at home. They won against Seraing and AA Gent. In between they played equal against Mechelen and Charleroi. Only against Genk did the red men suffer a narrow 1-2 defeat. On the road, our fellow provincials scored 6 out of 18.

Last weekend they lost 2-0 against Club Brugge at the Jan Breydel Stadium.
Belhocine, the newly appointed coach to replace Elsner who left for Standard, played with the following line-up: Ilic, Dewaele, Sainsbury, Radovanovic, D'Haene, Vandendriessche, Fixelles, Palaversa, Moreno, Gueye and Selemani. Mbayo, Badamosi and Torp filled in.

At Kortrijkzanen, a number of players have a history with KVO. Kevin Vandendriessche (216 matches for KVO) is a case in point, but so are Michiel Jonckheere (200 matches) and Ante Palaversa.

Last season the Kustboys lost by 3-1 against the blokes. Dewaele gave the home team the lead and Hjulsager brought KVO alongside with a clever scissor. After that the home team took over thanks to goals from Gueye and Mboyo.

Game Management
Referee: Mr Jonathan Lardot
Assistants: Mr. Lemaire and Mr. Mathias Massa
4the official: Mr. Lothar D'Hondt
VAR: Mr. Alexandre Boucaut

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