The name has barely been engraved on the World Cup trophy and the Red Devils’ run to the quarters is..
Champions League Opposition Preview – Olympique Lyonnais
JPL Round 4 Preview: Not quite round De-Four
JPL Round 3 Preview: Let the big games begin
JPL Round 2 Preview: All eyes on Oostende
Every Jupiler Pro League team previewed!
JPL Preview: Anderlecht – Four in a row?
JPL Preview: Standard Liège – Duchâtelet under fire
JPL Preview: Club Brugge – Michel’s magic touch
JPL Preview: Zulte Waregem – Carving out a niche
JPL Preview: Lokeren – Keeping the Crown Jewels
JPL Preview: Racing Genk – A hard road back
JPL Preview: KAA Gent – Still a top club in the making
Jupiler Pro League 2014/15 – Best of the rest
Statistics can sometimes be misleading. Thirty-three league titles rightly point to Anderlecht being the foremost club in Belgian football. Three..
Covering Belgium at the World Cup is undoubtedly the pinnacle for a Belgian football journalist but on a day-to-day basis,..
Nine years have now passed since Club Brugge’s last title win under the maverick Norwegian boss Trond Sollied. As coincidence..
It is surreal to think that just a year ago, the future of football in the south of West Flanders..
Lokeren have been a real success story in recent seasons having recovered from a flirtation with relegation. Since Peter Maes’..
One of the strangest moments of last season was when Genk coach Mario Been was relieved of his duties. It..
For quite a few seasons, KAA Gent were the model club of the Pro League. Consistent finishes in the top..