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Brugge can count on de Kitleury once again in the cup clash against AA Gent |  Croque Cup 2021/2022

Brugge can count on de Kitleury once again in the cup clash against AA Gent | Croque Cup 2021/2022

AA Gent faces a difficult task in the second leg of the Croky Cup semi-finals. He must compensate for the 0-1 loss from the first leg at the National Champions Club Brugge. Will he succeed or will Blue and Black qualify for the final? The match starts tomorrow at nine o’clock.

  1. In advance, 17h 39. De Ketelaere there again. Club Brugge can once again count on Charles de Kettleri for the second leg against AA Gent. The striker was not present last weekend against Antwerp with a shoulder injury and also tested slightly for coronavirus, but the subsequent quarantine has now been completed. De Ketelaere was the only goal scorer at the Ghelamco Arena in the first leg. Defender Jack Hendry then received a red card and was suspended for a comeback. †
  2. In advance, 12 noon 09. I find it strange that some analysts first break the whole thing, but now they are ready with a lot of praise and shouting hallelujah about Club Brugge. † Heine Vanheisbrück.
  3. Ahead, 12 05. Club Brugge made a good impression against Antwerp this weekend and received praise from all over. “I find it strange that some analysts are breaking the whole thing down, but now they are ready with a lot of praise and shouting, Hallelujah,” Vanheysbroek said. “Yes, Club Brugge has made progress. That makes sense to some extent, doesn’t it?” “But we’ve beaten Klopp at home a few times in the past. So why wouldn’t that be possible tomorrow? Another fact that won’t be easy.” †
  4. Advance, 11 a.m., 58. “It won’t be easy at Jan Bridle.” Last weekend, Ghent won a visit to the Standard. There were no fans at Sclessin, tomorrow it will be a little different at Jan Breydel’s winding field. & nbsp; “We think we can still get to the final,” coach Hein Vanheisbrück said. “We should have been in a better starting position, but now we are moving with the smallest deficit to Brugge. It will not be easy there. The fans will be behind that and we have to score two goals without conceding a goal to ensure we get the qualification.” Or we may go ‘all the way’ and the dispute will be settled after sanctions. We will start without fear in Jan Briddle’s court and assume our own abilities.†
  5. In advance, at 11:55 a.m., can Ghent make things right? AA Gent faces a difficult task in the second leg of the Croky Cup semi-finals. It should compensate for the 0-1 loss from the first leg at the stadium of the champions Club Brugge. & nbsp; Will he succeed or will Blue and Black qualify for the final? The match starts tomorrow at & nbsp; A quarter past nine. All actions can be followed live on this page and on Radio 1.
  6. In advance, 11 am 55
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