Glen De Boeck is the new trainer of KV Kortrijk. Marco Kana can live very well with his new boss.
KV Kortrijk faces an important week. In the Croky Cup it will meet FCV Dender, while in the competition RWDM is the opponent. Marco Kana is already ready for both matches, which are equally important, despite his team’s relegation concerns.
“It’s not just the competition that takes precedence,” the man who is hired from RSC Anderlecht tells Het Nieuwsblad. “We may be ‘only’ KV Kortrijk, but our young players are mature enough to tackle the cup as a different but equally important competition.”
Kana has already done his homework. “I have analyzed Dender’s strikers, I know how they will play. In addition, I already know how the RWDM will play, but we now have to focus on that cup match against Dender.”
The collaboration with trainer Glen De Boeck is already working well, although he does use him in defense. “It’s true that I’m actually a midfielder, but I play where the coach needs me. You won’t hear me complaining. I always do my best and want to help the team. We have a good group and we have to prove that again in the next matches. Everything will be fine with KV Kortrijk.”