In first place, the Liege club is still distributing the cards. The red blues were too strong for the Ruble Boom this afternoon: 3-1. Liege’s goals came in the first 22 minutes of the match.
FC Liège leads with 21 points. Rupel Boom, which was acquired by Spanish investors, came in second after 7 points.
Patro Esden continues to harass FC Liege. Coach Stijn Stijnen’s team won 0-2 at Heist-op-den-Berg and follows it in the standings by one point.
In the second division A, Nenov is in the lead with 29 points. The Ninovieters won 0-3 over Merelbeke.
Zwevezele follows as No. 2 with 5 points. The result did not go beyond the acclaimed Dikkelvenne Stadium this weekend.
For Lokeren-Temse it was another match day to quickly forget. This time Chris Janssens’ team lost 1-2 to Oudenaarde in Dakhnam.
On Sunday, on the eve of that, Lokeren-Temse announced that Janssens would be leaving the club.
“Disappointing results and level of play are not what one would expect from a club like ours. A transformation is badly needed. It is with respect and regret that Chris Janssens said goodbye.”
In Class B, Lyra-Lierse suffered her first defeat. Bocholt lost 1-0 to coach Bart de Rovere’s team, with a goal in the last minute.
So Lyra-Lierse lost its leadership position to Hoogstraten, which had been gasping for weeks. Hoogstraten also beat Bilicia Plzen, Luc Nellis’ team, 1-0.
In the Third Division A, Oostkamp holds a 10-point lead over its two rivals, Erpe-Mere United and Lebbeke.
Ostkamp won in Turhout and has 31 points after 11 match days. He won 10 times and tied once.
Racing Michelin was strong 4-1 over Resistance Corcelle in Division III B this afternoon. This was the sixth consecutive win for the green and white team.
Racing has a two-point lead over chaser Dest, who is not past 0-0 at FC Haikant at Perlar. Lille United, like Dest, has 23 points and is tied for second.
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