For its first gallop of the season, Club Brugge played without its internationals on Saturday against a National 1 team from Thes Sport Tessenderlo. Carl Hoefkensthe new coach of the Belgian champions, used virtually his entire core for a game that saw the new striker Ferran Jutgla (21e, 33e) et Libra (83rd) score the three goals.
Carl Hoefkens made ten changes to his squad at the break.
Anderlecht lost 0-1 against Saint-Trond for the first of Felice Mazzu in a match played in Neerpede. Loving Lapagethe young defender, grandson of Paul Van Himst, scored – against his side – the only goal of the match in the 21st minute. The new Mauves mentor, poached from Union Saint-Gilloise, presented a mixed team of experienced players and young players, changing the 11 players in his squad at halftime.
Seraing ended his training camp at Wiltz in Luxembourg with a 1-2 victory against the local team thanks to two goals from Marius Mouandilmadji et Bernier. On the Carol side too, the trip to Luxembourg against Racing de Luxembourg allowed Sporting de Charleroi to come back with a victory (1-3) for a first training match with goals from Descotte, Tchatchoua et Of snow.
For its first gallop of the season too, Antwerp scored 9 goals at the Nationale 1 de Hoogstraeten, including two for the Dane Victor Fischer, back. There too, Mark van Bommelthe new mentor at the Great Old changed his 11 players at half-time.
Kortrijk won 3-1 against FC Malinois, who were also playing their first training game of the season. Pope Gueye (9e, 40e) et David Henen (33rd) brought the Courtraisians to the controls at the break (3-0). Yonas Malede saved the Malinois honor in the 73rd. Mechelen and its new coach Danny Buijsdeprived of Nicolas Storm (adductors) made 11 substitutions in his squad at half-time.
Courtrais side, on the new lawn of the Eperons d’Or stadium, Karim Belhocine first made three changes at half-time before making five more changes as Tom Vandenberghe, the new goalkeeper had started the match between the poles. Kortrijk will be training in the Netherlands next week.