With just two games left to the regular season of the Belgian Pro League, and Sint-Truiden having a chance of finishing in the last playoff spot, their American midfielder, Chris Drukin, has decided that it was time to return home to continue his career in MLS
There is little to report from Belgium after Round 32 of the 34-game regular season was contested, as Chris Durkin was the only American to play any minutes.
With just three games left until the regular season ends, Antwerp was leapfrogged by Anderlecht, dropping down the fourth place but still holding onto a playoff spot.
It should have been a weekend in Belgium with a pair of games having great American interest, but it was not to be as Kyle Duncan missed out due to injury and Mark McKenzie missed out for reasons unknown.
Bryan Reynolds and KV Kortrijk finally registered a win in their derby, while Mark McKenzie and Genk suffered defeat in Brussels against Anderlecht.
Only two Americans were in the starting lineups over the weekend as Bryan Reynolds and Kortrijk lost again, while Mark McKenzie and Genk took all the points at home.
Kortrijk, Belgium – After joining KV Kortrijk on loan from AS Roma a couple of weeks ago, Bryan Reynolds was a late addition to the Kerels starting line-up after Aleksandar Radovanović picked up an injury in the pre-game warm-ups.
Kyle Duncan was the only American starter over the weekend, but not the only one to register three points in weekend Belgian action. Cercle Brugge 0 – 1 Oostende KV Oostende made the relatively short trip to Brugge to take on the city’s second team, Cercle. The journey proved to be fruitful as the Seasiders got […]
All the active Yanks picked up a point in a pair of midweek clashes in the Belgian Pro League. Antwerp 1 – 1 – Sint-Truiden Having taken all the points from the Great Old in November with a 2-1 victory at the Stayen, STVV were looking to do the double over Belgium’s oldest team on […]
It was a tough weekend for the Yanks in Belgium with Sam Vines’, Mark McKenzie’s and Chris Durkin’s teams tasting all defeat, while Owen Otasowie is still waiting for his Club Brugge introduction.