Sporting Charleroi seems to be heading for a difficult season. The Zebras leave a mediocre impression for the time being. Top signing Adrien Trebel is also unable to convince for the time being. Should the Frenchman already fear for his future in the Black Country?
It was written in the stars that Adrien Trebel would go to Charleroi. Only Charleroi and KAS Eupen, two clubs where Mogi Bayat still regularly does business, showed interest in the former RSC Anderlecht player.
Trebel barely gets to work
For years, Trebel hardly played a significant role among the people of Brussels. He played there for many years. Trebel is a serving player, but his huge wages have seen him being pushed by some observers as a key player on the pitch. However, he never was.
Trebel also had a lot of injuries and played very little in recent years. His start at Charleroi has been a very big disappointment for the time being. The Carolos hoped that he could be an added value on the field, but that is not the case for the time being.
The midfielder has not played a competitive match for Charleroi since October 1. He missed three matches due to injury and last week he played another 90 minutes against Thes Sport in the Belgian Cup. However, he was not in the selection again against AA Gent. At Charleroi, Trebel should not hope for a starting place for the time being. Its competitors are better for the time being.
Felice Mazzu will see in January according to La Dernière Heure Adem Zorgane may leave, which opens up perspectives for the ex-Standard player. If that is not the case, Trebel is in danger of completing another season without many matches. In that case, leaving through the back door seems to be his fate again.