With four of the six playoff games done and dusted in both the Championship and European groups, Mark McKenzie and Genk blew the chance to put pressure on the group leaders after a Sam Vines-less Royal Antwerp were beaten by Club Brugge.
After hitting the playoffs halfway mark, the title is still wide open, though Antwerp has taken over the top spot in Pro League action.
Mark McKenzie’s goal for Genk wasn’t enough to keep them from slipping out of the Belgian Pro League top spot after a loss to Antwerp, while Marlon Fossey and Standard Liege saw their chance for European qualification take a major hit in their home loss to Gent.
Both the Belgian Championship and Conference League Play-Offs got underway this weekend as well as the Belgian Cup final. Royal Antwerp defeated KV Mechelen for the Cup and an automatic Europa League place next season however Sam Vines was still missing from the line-up. The Great Old secured the trophy with a 2-0 win on […]
It was the last weekend of the Pro League regular season and there were mixed fortunes for our Yanks, but it was Mark McKenzie who shined as he scored his first and only goal of the regular season. The play-offs will soon be upon us.
It was a good weekend for the Yanks of Belgium as all of their teams picked up points in Pro League action. Standard Liege 3 – 1 Charleroi It was a very good Friday night for les Rouches and Marlon Fossey, as the Walloon team picked up a valuable three points at the Sclessin while […]
There was a battle of Yanks over the weekend, but otherwise no other Yank saw action in the Pro League. Standard Liege 2 – 0 Genk In a Belgian battle of the Yanks, league leaders Genk got egg on their collective faces on Easter Sunday as they fell to sixth place les Rouches in Liege […]
While Marlon Fossey and Standard Liege made easy work of Oostende, Bryan Reynolds and Westerlo saw their dreams of a top four finish all but vanish after a stoppage time strike.
While Bryan Reynolds’ team picked up all the points, Mark McKenzie and Marlon Fossey had to share with their opponents in weekend Pro League action.
Mark McKenzie and Genk dropped some points while Bryan Reynolds and his Westerlo boys claimed all three in weekend Belgian Pro League action.