Kristof Van Hout, Koen Van Langendonck, Berke Özer
Maxime Biset, Gilles Dewaele, Kel Ofori, Bryan van Den Bogaert, Noël Soumah, Souleymane Kone, Christophe Janssens
Fabien Antunes, Lukas Van Eenoo, Guillaume De Schryver, Christoffer Remmer, Kader Keïta, Christian Brüls
Sava Petrov, Ambroise Gboho, Kyan Vaesen, Emmanuel Emenike, Kurt Abrahams
Only Igor Vetokele is not yet fit for the game. The positive news, however, is that he is already allowed to increase the intensity and occasionally takes part in the group training sessions.
Virton will not be an easy cliff to avoid. The Luxembourgers are doing well as newcomers. They were also the team that called us a stop after a long series of victories. That Sunday afternoon they got us in trouble with their virile football on the small field. But remember? We were denied a penalty kick. Noël Soumah was pushed under sod in the penalty area. The referee was right to whistle a penalty kick, but due to the efforts of the home players he returned to his decision.
Virton has a strong home reputation, but it’s a bit more difficult for them on the move. Only on Lommel could they go home with the full loot (0-3). On OH Leuven (1-0) and Union (2-1) they were defeated. About their away game on KSV Roeselare (0-5) we’ll have to keep quiet.
Berke Özer will be followed during the match by a delegation of his mother club Fenerbahçe SK. The ex-international VOLKAN DEMIREL, famous goalkeeper with 62 A-caps on his counter, will follow Berke. The goalkeeper from Turkey will also visit the Tub. Other clubs also find their way to our stadium. Ten clubs from the Netherlands and abroad applied for their scouts. Delegates from PSV, FC Utrecht, PEC Zwolle, NEC Nijmegen, RKC Waalwijk, Zulte Waregem, KV Mechelen, Lokeren, Beerschot and Lommel come to watch the match.
As referee we may welcome MAARTEN TOEBACK. Maarten will whistle his third match in the Proximus League. Both Virton and we haven’t had him as a match leader yet.