Jupiler Pro League: “He missed this little thing”, regrets Anthony Moris who remains positive

Jupiler Pro League: “He missed this little thing”, regrets Anthony Moris who remains positive
Jupiler Pro League: “He missed this little thing”, regrets Anthony Moris who remains positive

The stadium believed in a miracle for a few minutes, when it seemed that Cercle had scored against Club Brugge, virtually propelling the Union to the top of the table. “I had the opportunity to watch the phase again, but I find it difficult to say,” commented Moris.

Union Saint-Gilloise, for its part, held its own against a Genk team that was not beaten in advance. “They also wanted to finish in the best way,” analyzed the goalkeeper. “They were focused from the start of the match, but we were able to impose the tempo and our control.”

Vanhoutte man of the match, Teklab in form and Sykes less in the game: the Unionists’ notes after the victory against Genk

The playoffs were an avalanche of emotions for the Unionists, from top to bottom to finish in 2nd place. Anthony Moris “accepts the system. I love the playoffs and playing these games every week. It’s all or nothing. These games are worth it, even if removing the points division might be fairer.”

Pride predominates, despite a finale that leaves a taste of too little. “When you see what we have achieved over the last three years, it is exceptional. I know that a less good season can happen, because that is part of football. We will have to accept it at that time and stay strong, but I have confidence in this club.”

Next season will begin in the 3rd preliminary round of the Champions League and the Union wants to shine in Europe. “We have gained a lot of experience on the European scene this season,” recalled the captain. The results show “perhaps we can aim for more”.

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