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    Senior Member Linkert's avatar
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    Season 2014-2015

    It's getting to an end now. Play offs have started good with a 5-1 win over Lokeren, but then lost 3-0 in Anderlecht and last Saturday 2-1 in Zulte.

    1. Standard 38
    2. Zulte 36
    3. Anderlecht 35
    4. Club Brugge 35
    5. Lokeren 27
    6. RC Genk 25

    Wednesday Club - Genk, Monday Club - Standard.
    Sidst redigeret af Linkert : 22-03-2015 kl. 12:53

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    Welcome back. We were afraid we had scared you off with the new forum.

    Are those the last two games of the season?
    "Ohne sauhunde geht es nicht!" - Maik Franz
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    No. Still 7 to go in total. Everything is possible.

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    And no you didn't scare me off :-) I didn't even know there was a new one. I just have been so busy with school (and travelling :) ).

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    2-0 victory over Genk last night. Not a great game, but we deserved the 3 points. Let's hope Standard loses tonight, then we're on top of the league at least until Monday.

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    Standard were 0-2 down, but with only 14 minutes to go they came back to 2-2. Still one point ahead of us, Monday Standard at home, time to get over them to first spot. COYB!!!!
    "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few"

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    Hi Linkert,

    My other team, Charlton Athletic, is now owned by a Belgian (Roland Duchatelet), who also owns Standard Liege.
    What's your opinion about him?
    He's sent a few players straight from the Standard bench up to Charlton. We're not sure about his 'project' (he owns a few other clubs).

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    Hi Linkert,

    My other team, Charlton Athletic, is now owned by a Belgian (Roland Duchatelet), who also owns Standard Liege.
    What's your opinion about him?
    He's sent a few players straight from the Standard bench up to Charlton. We're not sure about his 'project' (he owns a few other clubs).
    We all agree he doesn't know a bit of football, but he is a very good business man. People are quite sceptic about him here in Belgium. The Standard fans all wante him out at the end of last season, they started petitions, made anti-groups and demonstrated against him. He told he would sell the club if anyone wanted to buy him, but then he started buying some good and expensive players to highten the value of the club and no one wanted to buy it. Now he's still there but the fans seem to be a bit calmer now (probably because they're in first position), although last night they broke in the clubhouse to demand the resignation of trainer Luzon.
    "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few"

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    My biggest fear is that we'll end up as a feeder club for Standard.
    But then again...from a money making perspective, it would make far more sense having a club in the Premier League (Charlton), year after year, compared to a club in the Champions League (Standard).
    We're in a big relegation battle at the moment. If we get relegated to League 1, I don't know what his plans with us will be.
    To be frank, I don't know what his plans are either, if we stay in the Championship.
    But as you wrote, he's managed to take Standard up to the top of the table (that's encouraging) .
    Hopefully he'll be able to do bring stability to Charlton Athletic and bring us back to the Premier League one day.
    Sidst redigeret af Danepak : 18-04-2014 kl. 11:23

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    Senior Member Linkert's avatar
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    I'm under the impression all teams are like feeder clubs. His wife also owns Belgian 2nd division team St. Truiden. Duchatelet owns more clubs too, Carl Zeiss Jena, AD Calcorcon and his son owns Ujpest FC.
    But if Charlton makes it to the Premier League, he did a great deal off course. But we'll have to see about that first...
    "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few"

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