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"It will be a tough game for us again, but it is a home game so we only have one result in mind: victory" said Daniel Schmidt.

Two in a row!
On Saturday 11th of December, the Kanaries play for the second time in a row on their familiar artificial grass pitch in Stayen. Last Friday, the first in the league came to visit, this time it is the turn of the penultimate.

"De Vereniging" recruited the Austrian, Dominik Thalhammer, as their new T1 and, with a six out of six, they have gained confidence for the visit to Haspengouw. Despite losing narrowly to the leader, the feeling is still good. "To be honest, I gained confidence from the last game," concludes Daniel Schmidt. "We had chances to win, but that requires more focus on small details." The 1m97 American-Japanese saw a strong Cercle Brugge at work in their last games. "They are in form as a team and have quality players, so it is no surprise for us that they took the points twice in a row".

The last two clashes were won and the Canaries are hoping for a successful follow-up. "It will be a tough game for us again, but it is a home game so we only have one result in mind: victory" said Daniel Schmidt.

The Canaries can use all the support they can get. Tickets can still be purchased at the ticket offices before the match or via this link. All other practical information can be found here.

Yellow-Blue army, are you ready? Kick-off 6.30 pm!

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