AA Gent will be watching Sunday at 14: 30 KV Mechelen in their own house in the eyes. Gent in the league for the tenth match in a row undefeated to remain in the Ghelamco Arena. That good flow can also be seen in the Ghent hospital. “Moses, Simon, Anderson Esiti and Anders Christiansen training again with the group,” says Yves Vanderhaeghe.
Ghent-coach Yves Vanderhaeghe received positive news from his medical staff. “Moses Simon will train fully with the group, but is still cautious in the duels. Otherwise Christiansens injury has also healed. Though that condition is still a lot of work. The goal is to get him ready to get against play-off I. Esiti trains partly group and partly individual. And also the rehabilitation of Siebe Horemans runs very well. He is ahead of schedule.”
Sunday will AA Gent KV Mechelen degradatiekandidaat on the floor. Vanderhaeghe is still on his guard. “I expect a great fight. In Mechelen, it is must. That makes it definitely not easy for us. Many teams try a solid block to put down and well organized to play. The last time I manage to be happy for that block to omspelen. But watch out blown.”
Ghent can be ten matches in a row unbeaten at home in the league. With only two tegendoelpunten in the last nine home games, one of KV Kortrijk and one of the Mouscron – can the Buffalo’s excellent statistics to present. But that does not say anything, according to the coach. “A football game is never decided by statistics. We have indeed a great track made with only two tegendoelpunten. But we have respect for KV Mechelen, they played not for nothing at Anderlecht 2-2. Malinwa took four to six and is also in a good flow.”