Standard scored four goals twice last season on the Antwerp field. This is especially appreciated by one of the strongholds from Liège.
“I scored my first goal against Antwerp. I haven’t forgotten our move to Antwerp, no one played well. There’s a bit of collective and personal revenge. That moment shaped me, you learn from your mistakes. After that match I felt bad, but because I am mentally strong I quickly got over it. It helps me this season, when I play a little less. I’ve been through something like that before, I know I shouldn’t give up on getting back into the team,” Canak said
Playing time vs competition
He was on the bench for a while, but against Harelbeke and KV Mechelen the midfielder got another chance and grabbed it. Although it remains to be seen what will happen when Moussa Djenepo returns.
“Of course I will be disappointed if I don’t start. I feel good at Standard. As long as I get minutes and play, I will stay here. On the other hand, I remain impatient, but I have become calmer. I know there’s a good reason why I’m not playing,” Canak concluded.