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.
Mark McKenzie and Genk dropped some points while Bryan Reynolds and his Westerlo boys claimed all three in weekend Belgian Pro League action.
With just a half-dozen Pro League games left in the regular season, the race for a top four finish is heating up for our American boys. There is still all to play for however. Standard Liege 2 – 0 Westerlo With both Bryan Reynolds‘ Westerlo and Marlon Fossey‘s Standard Liege battling for a coveted top […]
Our American big three in the Pro League started again with very good results, with both Mark McKenzie and Bryan Reynolds tasting victory, while Marlon Fossey had to settle for a point in chilly Belgium.
It wasn’t a great weekend for the Yanks of Belgium as none of three starters were able to register a victory. Bryan Reynolds and Westerlo, however did get one point in their tie with Gent.
Of the three Yank starters over the weekend, only McKenzie picked up all the points while Reynolds and Fossey had to settle for one apiece with their respective teams in Belgian Pro League action. Gent 2 – 3 Genk It was a game of many goals at the Ghelamco Arena on Sunday evening as the […]
Former Fulham U-23 and current Standard Liege defender Marlon Fossey was on the losing end of a lopsided scoreline against Antwerp, while Bryan Reynolds made his return from injury in Westerlo’s road draw.
Mark McKenzie helped his Genk side tighten their stranglehold on the Pro League top spot with a victory over the reigning Belgian champions, while Bryan Reynolds is set for a lengthy absence after an injury in Westerlo’s win over Cercle Brugge.
The last sunrise of 2022 came up in Belgium this morning, although nobody saw it through the grey sky and the drizzle. But as the curtain closes on the old year, a new one will dawn tomorrow and hopefully the sun will be visible.
The Belgian Pro League has returned to action to start the second half of the season, and both Bryan Reynolds and Mark McKenzie got the nod in their teams’ respective starting lineups, but dropped points in their final outings of 2022.