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EXQI League 2008/2009

Matchday #1
RFC Liège - Deinze 0-0
OC Charleroi - Ronse 0-3
Hamme - Lierse 1-2
Namur - Tienen 1-2
Waasland - Virton 2-0
OHL - St.-Truiden 1-3
KV Oostende - Tournai 3-3
FC Brussels - Beveren 1-0
Antwerp - Eupen 3-0
KVSK United bye


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1. Sint Truiden VV  0     0     0     0     0-0     0
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2. FC Brussels      0     0     0     0     0-0     0
3. OH Leuven        0     0     0     0     0-0     0
4. KVSK United      0     0     0     0     0-0     0
5. Antwerp FC       0     0     0     0     0-0     0
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6. Exc. Virton      0     0     0     0     0-0     0
7. SK Lierse        0     0     0     0     0-0     0
8. VW Hamme         0     0     0     0     0-0     0
9. SK Beveren       0     0     0     0     0-0     0
10. KVK Tienen      0     0     0     0     0-0     0
11. Ol. Charleroi   0     0     0     0     0-0     0
12. RFC Tournai     0     0     0     0     0-0     0
13. KAS Eupen       0     0     0     0     0-0     0
14. RS Waasland     0     0     0     0     0-0     0
15. KMSK Deinze     0     0     0     0     0-0     0
16. KV Oostende     0     0     0     0     0-0     0
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17. UR Namur        0     0     0     0     0-0     0
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18. RFC Liege       0     0     0     0     0-0     0
19. KSK Ronse       0     0     0     0     0-0     0

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Full name: Koninklijke Sint-Truidense Voetbalvereniging
Nickname(s): De Kanaries (The Canaries)
Founded: 1924
Ground: Staaienveld, Sint-Truiden (Capacity 12,491)
Chairman: Roland Duchâtelet
Head Coach: Position still vacant
Website: http://www.stvv.com


Full name: Football Club Molenbeek Brussels
Nickname(s): Les Coalisés (The United)
Founded: 2003 (merge)
Ground: Stade Edmond Machtens, Molenbeek-Saint-Jean (Brussels) (Capacity 11,000)
Chairman: Johan Vermeersch
Head Coach: Position still vacant
Website: http://www.fc-brussels.be/


Full name: Oud-Heverlee Leuven
Nickname(s): De Universitairen (The Academics)
Founded: 1957
Ground: Stadium "Den Dreef", Leuven (Capacity 9,016)
Chairman: Henri Kumps
Head Coach: Rudy Cossey
Website: http://www.ohl.be/


Full name: Koninklijke Voetbalvereniging & Sportkring United Overpelt-Lommel
Nickname(s): -
Founded: 2003 (merge)
Ground: Stedelijk Sportstadion, Lommel (Capacity 12,500)
Chairman: Frans Luyckx
Head Coach: Guido Brepoels
Website: http://www.kvsk.be/


Full name: Royal Antwerp Football Club
Nickname(s): Great Old
Founded: 1880
Ground: Bosuilstadion, Antwerp (Capacity 16,649)
Chairman: Eddy Wauters
Head Coach:
Position still vacant
Website: http://www.rafc.be/


Full name: Royal Excelsior Virton
Nickname(s): Les Gaumais
Founded: 1922
Ground: Stade Yvan Georges, Virton (Capacity 3,622)
Chairman: Gérard Herbigniaux
Head Coach: Sébastien Grandjean
Website: http://www.excelsior-virton.be/


Full name: Koninklijke Lierse Sportkring
Nickname(s): De Pallieters
Founded: 1906
Ground: Herman Vanderpoortenstadion (Het Lisp), Lier (Capacity 14,538)
Chairman: Maged Samy
Head Coach: Herman Helleputte
Website: http://www.lierse.be/


Full name: Koninklijke Football Club Vigor Wuitens Hamme
Nickname(s): De Wuitens
Founded: 1908
Ground: Gemeentelijk Stadion Vigor Wuitens Hamme, Hamme (Capacity 6,000)
Chairman: Etienne Vandewalle
Head Coach:Rik Vande Velde
Website: http://www.vwhamme.be/


Full name: Koninklijke Sportkring Beveren
Nickname(s): Little Anderlecht
Founded: 1934
Ground: Freethiel Stadion, Beveren (Capacity 13,290)
Chairman: Dirk Verelst
Head Coach: Alex Czerniatynski
Website: http://www.kskbeveren.be/


Full name: Koninklijke Voetbalclub Tienen
Nickname(s): De Suikerklontjes (The Sugar Cubes)
Founded: 1921
Ground: Julien Bergéstadion, Tienen (Capacity 7,100)
Chairman: Willy Schepers
Head Coach: Daniël Nassen
Website: http://www.kvktienen.be/


Full name: Royal Olympic Club de Charleroi-Marchienne
Nickname(s): Les Dogues (The Bulldogs)
Founded: 1912
Ground: La Neuville, Charleroi (Capacity 12,164)
Chairman: Daniel Vegis
Head Coach:Dany Ost
Website: http://www.roccm.net/


Full name: Royal Football Club Tournai
Nickname(s): Les Sang et Or
Founded: 1912
Ground: Stade Luc Varenne, Tournai (Capacity 7,552)
Chairman: Philippe Rasseneur
Head Coach: Thierry Pister
Website: http://www.rfct.be/


Full name: Königliche Allgemeine Sportvereinigung Eupen
Nickname(s): -
Founded: 1945
Ground: Kehrweg Stadion, Eupen (Capacity 5,366)
Chairman: Dieter Steffens
Head Coach: Marc Grosjean
Website: http://www.as-eupen.be/


Full name: Koninklijke Voetbalclub Red Star Waasland
Nickname(s): Wase Wolven
Founded: 1936
Ground: Puyenbeke Stadion, Sint-Niklaas (Capacity 10,000)
Chairman: Melchior Roosens
Head Coach: Bart De Roover
Website: http://www.rswaasland.be/


Full name: Koninklijke Maatschappij Sportkring Deinze
Nickname(s): -
Founded: 1926
Ground: Burgemeester Van de Wiele Stadion, Deinze (Capacity 8,500)
Chairman: Marc Hoste
Head Coach: Gerrit Laverge
Website: http://www.kmskdeinze.be


Full name: Koninklijke Voetbalclub Oostende
Nickname(s): Les Côtiers
Founded: 1904
Ground: Albertparkstadion, Ostend (Capacity 10,709)
Chairman: Yves Lejaeghere
Head Coach: Kurt Bataille
Website: http://www.kvo.be/


Full name: Union Royale Namur
Nickname(s): Les Merles (The Blackbirds)
Founded: 1905
Ground: Stade communal de Namur, Namur (Capacity 3,500)
Chairman: Jean-Claude Baudart
Head Coach: Claudy Verlaine
Website: http://www.urnamur.be/



Full name: Royal Football Club de Liège
Nickname(s): Les Sang et Marine (The Blood and Marine)
Founded: 1892
Ground: Stade de Bureaufosse, Tilleur (Capacity 11,000)
Chairman: Jules Dethier
Head Coach: Raphaël Quaranta
Website: http://www.rfcliege.be/


Full name: Koninklijke Sportkring Ronse
Nickname(s): -
Founded: 1906
Ground: Orphale Cruckestadion, Ronse (Capacity 4,500)
Chairman: André Deruyter
Head Coach: Bart van Renterghem
Website: http://www.ksk-ronse.be/

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BELGIAN D2 RENAMED TO EXQI LEAGUE
The Belgian D2 clubs signed today their TV contract with Euro 1080, a channel from media-company Alfacam. By signing this contract the D2 clubs also agreed to change the name of their league to EXQI. EXQI is the name of one of the channels of Euro 1080.

The games of the EXQI League will be broadcasted on the digital channel EXQI Sports for the next 4 seasons. EXQI Sport will cover live emissions of the games in HD and normal definition. EXQI Sport is included in the digital standard package of iNDi, Coditel and Belgacom TV. The negotiations with Telenet will start in the next few days. Resumes and reports of the EXQI League will also be broadcasted on a new general channel which possibly will also be available for analogue TV viewers.

"There were some differences of opinion berween us and the Jupiler League teams, so we decided to go ou own way", Liga chairman Guido De Croock stated. "If we look at our neighbour leagues, the D2 games are also broadcasted. We want to intensify the identity of the D2 clubs on this way. Thanks to this deal, the teams of the EXQI League and their sponsors will get extra attention."

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I think this is a great idea!



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This must be the only country where the Second Division has higher attendance ratings than the First Division

Sint-Truiden, Lierse, Antwerp, Beveren are sides with a huge history and great fans ... If they can finally get their act together and start running the clubs like real football clubs, with vision and passion, they all have a chance to promote to D1

For my part 4 teams can promote this year ... so we can finally get shit sides like Dender, Tubize and Roeselare out of the league

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For my part 4 teams can promote this year ... so we can finally get shit sides like Dender, Tubize and Roeselare out of the league
Euh ... Only 2 teams can get a ticket to the D1

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Euh ... Only 2 teams can get a ticket to the D1
I'm only expression my opinion, not the real situation

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I'm only expression my opinion, not the real situation

You change opinion every week ? Last week you agreed that a reduce of the number of teams in the JL would be a good case

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You change opinion every week ? Last week you agreed that a reduce of the number of teams in the JL would be a good case
It would be ideal if we can reform the league and get big teams like Antwerp, Lierse and STVV in it, wouldn't it?

I'm against the current league remodeling with play-offs ... so at the moment I still support a league with 18 teams. If they find a way to reduce it to 16 teams without play-offs, they'll have my full support

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Beveren will not be anywhere near promotion, they aren't able to afford professional players anymore. I expect Lierse, STVV, Leuven and a surprise on top. That surprise could very well be RFC Liege, nobody expects them anywhere high because they just promoted but I think they will surprise the world. If one of the expected teams would promote, then preferably STVV for me. I cannot stand Lierse really, and Antwerp leaves me indifferent but I fear two D1 clubs in the city would be very bad for both RAFC and GB. I would say STVV are title favourites.

For KVO I would be glad with a quiet season with for once no relegation worries. Anything between place 7 and 10 would be OK for me, anything higher would be great but I don't count on it really. Even though by extending the contract of our goal machine Guei we did our best transfer in years.



By the way Tom, and I realise this is really "mierenneuken" but our colours are red-yellow-GREEN. The issue is quite sensitive for us KVO fans because red-yellow are the colours of our much-hated city rivals VG Oostende. The KVO fans have already very often demanded for more green in our outfits to clearly distant ourselves from VGO.
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That surprise could very well be RFC Liege, nobody expects them anywhere high because they just promoted but I think they will surprise the world.
That wouldn't be a surprise. At the Anderlecht forum for example a lot of people expect RFCL to do well next season, as the last couple of years there was always a huge surprise at the top of the D2.

They already made some good transfers, so for me, and I guess a lot of other people, it wouldn't be a big surprise if they do well.

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Cool preview Tom!

I'll root for RFC Liege here, hopefully they'll do well, another title would be a dream :hopeful: .

Some cool matches on the schedule, hope to visit some. One thing is sure, I'll surely visit the Bureaufosse this season, must be a unique chance, who knows what happens to that stadium when RFCL enter their new ground. Best would be RFCL versus Antwerp or STVV, or perhaps Beveren, at least versus some team with a lot of fans.
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Those are good games yes, and if you choose the one against STVV you can be quite sure to find your car back undamaged after the game

Bureaufosse is a very nice ground but not the safest. I would not go to a high risk game there. STVV would be perfect: close to Liege so they will bring a lot of people, and their fans are really nice people.
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There is a little mistake in the preview, RS Waasland was founded in 1936:smileani:
And the head coach is no longer Rudi Verkempinck but Bart De Roover.
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I just took al the information of Wikipedia, so I guess there will be more mistakes

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I'll root for RFC Liege here, hopefully they'll do well, another title would be a dream :hopeful: .
I wouldn't mind They get a new stadium, have a big history in the D1, and they will keep the Standard fans more busy then we do at the moment

Imo they already did some good transfers, like Guissepe Canale, Laurent Gomez and off course Kris Buvens.

I read yesterday by the way that Charleroi offered RFCL to loan some of their youngsters to the new D2 team.

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And now we're talking about transfers, also STVV is doing quite well. This winter they bought a load of average foreigners to save themself in the D1, but they are going back Belgian now. And well, that's how we now STVV since ages now.

With Marc Wagemakers, Vincent Euvrard, Issame Charaï and Daan Vaesen they got a lot of new D1 and D2 experience now. Guess they want to get back into the D1 immediately

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Are the matches going to be played at Saturday evening (mainly) and Sunday afternoon again? Just like last season?
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I wonder why STVV have fired Van Wijck now... He may be a bit unreliable but he is a great coach, and with the transfers they've done so far he could have taken them very far. Sacking your coach at this point is quite weird, either you do that straight after relegating or you decide to go on together. Sacking him a month after the season finished is quite weird, guess there must have been a serious reason for it though?
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