You can completely amaze someone in both positive and questionable ways. At Standard, Aiden O’Neill previously performed negatively after the points division with Mechelen. With a move to the Bosuil, a tough next assignment follows.
Last Sunday, almost everyone at Sclessin agreed that Standard had a poor performance and KV Mechelen came home with a deserved point. Everyone, except O’Neill. The Australian came into the mixed zone to casually say that Standard had dominated and certainly deserved the three points.
Standard does not look at opponents
All journalists raised their eyebrows, but the Rouches will get a second chance on Saturday. Perhaps the top posters suit them better, as Standard already beat Club and Anderlecht. “There are three points at stake in every match. We don’t look too much at the opponents, we concentrate on ourselves,” said O’Neill.
Although every footballer wants to take up the challenge of competing against a team that is active in the Champions League. “We’re looking forward to that match.”