Imke Courtois speaks out about Club Brugge after Ronny Deila’s departure and the associated ambitions – Football News

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Club Brugge got rid of coach Ronny Deila just before the start of the Champions’ Play-off. And so the question is what Nicky Hayen will be able to achieve with blue-black in the play-offs. There is always pressure on Jan Breydel.

Club Brugge starts its Champions’ Play-off on Easter Monday with a Bruges derby. A match that is certainly under some pressure, although the dismissal of Ronny Deila may have relieved the pressure a little.

“I think the pressure will be a little less against Cercle Brugge. There have been rumblings around Ronny Deila for weeks,” Imke Courtois analyzes it very clearly in The Sunday. Yet there is always pressure at a Bruges derby.



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Blue and Black in particular should really try to win against De Vereniging. “I am curious whether Nicky Hayen will have succeeded in making Club Brugge play recognizable football again in two weeks.”

European ticket the minimum for Club Brugge

“It will have to be done, because a European ticket is the minimum,” said the former Red Flame. More pressure at Club than at Cercle in any case.

According to Courtois, Cercle Brugge’s season has already been a success. Everything they can still show in the Champions’ Play-off will therefore be seen as a bonus.

The article is in Dutch

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