Waasland-Beveren gives supporters the opportunity to form a guard of honor

Tension is gradually increasing at Waasland-Beveren. On Saturday they will have one last chance at the Freethiel to avert the relegation. In the run-up to the return game against Seraing, the supporters of Beveren will have the opportunity to form a guard of honor to encourage the players. The club drew up a course for this. The fans must take into account the current corona measures.


AA Gent gets its own Monopoly game

Following the likes of Barcelona, ​​Manchester City, the Red Devils and Club Bruges, AA Gent will have its own Monopoly game in the autumn. The 22 streets will become players, from Mokuna through Gunther Schepens to Sven Kums. 17 names have already been entered, for the 5 remaining names fans can make their own choice until next Thursday via a poll on monopolykaagent.be. ‘Electricity’ and ‘water’ are replaced by trainers, ‘taxes’ are transformed into the Ghelamco Arena and the Jules Otten Stadium. The ‘stations’ will be important moments in club history, such as cup victories and the league title of 2015.’ Houses’ and ‘stadiums will become grandstands and stadiums, the pawns will take the shape of a whistle, a football shoe and the like. The KAA Gent edition of Monopoly will be in stores at the end of November. (RN)

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