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Peter Vandenemppt calls Van Bommel's clip "harmful"

Peter Vandenemppt calls Van Bommel’s clip “harmful”

This weekend’s action is mainly about the title battle, but in Bosuil they may be planning a sweet farewell to their successful coach. Mark van Bommel came to De Boswell last season with some doubts, but he exorcised all the demons with the double. Vandenemppt already had a clear opinion about its passage.

Wild guess?

The Dutchman’s first adventures as T1 were nothing to write home about. He was transferred early to both PSV Eindhoven and Wolfsburg, although the start for PSV Eindhoven has certainly been promising.

Under the influence of Marc Overmars, the former player of Barcelona and Bayern Munich, among others, was given the opportunity to rehabilitate at The Great Old. It’s a gamble, but certainly not a wild one, and it’s turned out to be an unlikely success story, at least in his first year.

An absolute pinnacle of stunt action

In that first season, Antwerp clinched the title after some very exciting last-minute buy-outs, and added an extra icing on the already impressive cake by also winning the Kroki Cup.

Due to financial problems and the departure of Vermeeren and Stengs, among others, things went less smoothly this year. Antwerp qualified well for the Champions League, recording a thrilling win over Barcelona and once again reaching the final battle for the Belgian Cup. However, it has ended on a low note, as there will be no European football at De Boswell next season, and they also only sit sixth (and last) in the Champions Qualifiers.

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“Alarm bells are going off”

Failed season then, right? bee The newspaper Peter Vandenemppt notes first and foremost that he thinks Van Bommel is a very good coach: “Manager of people, good communicator, tactically intelligent.” Although there were also some comments: “Dissatisfaction with the coach began to grow in the board of directors, but Van Bommel always took good care of his public relations. It is suspected that damaging stories about the unstable state of the club also passed several times. Stay away.”

The man from Public Broadcasting also had something to say about his exit. It seems that his departure had a negative impact on the club. Internally, all alarm bells are ringing regarding training work, especially for the upcoming season. Thus he strikes Vandenmempt and points the finger at the Dutchman.