Belgium vs. Morocco

Discussion in 'Belgium' started by MarocFAN, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. MarocFAN

    MarocFAN Member

    May 18, 2006
    Morocco/Germany
    Hi,
    the match will bei played on 26.03.2008 in Brussels.
    I think the stadium will be full with moroccans like the stade de france.
    I think it will be a draw.
     
  2. bantamlive

    bantamlive New Member

    Feb 20, 2008
    Tucson
    I agree, it will not be full of belgians!!!!
    In Wallonia, there are more Morrocans than Belgians :)
     
  3. destekke

    destekke New Member

    Dec 28, 2004
    that should be an interesting game with at least 5 goals :)
    Hopefully Boussoufa gets called up to play
     
  4. MarocFAN

    MarocFAN Member

    May 18, 2006
    Morocco/Germany
    Has been the belgian lineup for the game announced?
    Want to know if Fellaini will play.
     
  5. destekke

    destekke New Member

    Dec 28, 2004
    not yet, but chances of Fellaini playing are very high.
    He's been doing good and his club is playing good (most likely the next champions)
    He'll be having some though competition with Mudingayi (Lazio) and maybe one out of the Simons/Kompany couple.

    Stijnen will be in goal
    right back: ? (maybe Hoefkens / Gillet)
    Central Defense will be Kompany,VanBuyten or Simons
    Left back will be Van Damme/Vermaelen/Vertongen
    Right Midfield might be Thomas Chatelle
    Left Midfield can be Vertongen/Goor
    central midfield: Fellaini/Mudingayi/Defour (injured though)/Gillet/Haroun
    Strikers: Dembele/Mirallas/Pieroni/Sterchele
     
  6. Sharles

    Sharles New Member

    Feb 6, 2006
    ''my own world''
    Nat'l Team:
    Brazil
    any chance Sanharib Malki will get a call up for Belgium?
    for this match or other upcoming matches.
     
  7. MarocFAN

    MarocFAN Member

    May 18, 2006
    Morocco/Germany
    Morocco's Lineup for the match:
    1-Nadir Lemyaghri (Al-Wahda-UAE)
    2-Adil Hermach (K.S.V. Roeselare-Belgium)
    3-Nabil El Zhar (Liverpool - England)
    4-Salaheddine Sbai (Charleroi - Belgium)
    5-Adil Rami (Lille - France)
    6-Mickael Basser (Nancy - France)
    7-Youssef Hadji (Nancy - France)
    8-Abdeslam Ouaddou (Valenciennes - France)
    9-Talal El Karkouri (Qatar SC - Qatar)
    10-Amine Rbati (Al-Dhafra - UAE)
    11-Badr El Kaddouri (Dynamo Kiev - Ukraine)
    12-Youssef Safri (Southampton - England)
    13-Houssaine Kharja (FC Siena - Italy)
    14-Nourdin Boukhari (Sparta Rotterdam - Holland)
    15-Mbark Boussoufa (Anderlecht - Belgium)
    16-Soufiane Alloudi (Al-Ain - UAE)
    17-Tarik Sektioui (FC Porto - Portugal)
    18-Hicham Aboucherouane (Esperance Tunis - Tunisia)
    19-Kamel Chafni (Auxerre - France)
    20-Marouane Chamakh (Bordeaux - France)
    21-Hassan Alla (Le Havre - France).

    The coach will add some goalies and players from the moroccan league.
     
  8. MarocFAN

    MarocFAN Member

    May 18, 2006
    Morocco/Germany
    The list above was only a pre-selection.
    Here's the final lineup:
    1. Nadir Lamyaghri (Al Wahda/UAE).
    2. Karim Fegrouch (Wydad Casablanca).
    3. Hamza Boudlal (Olympique Khouribga).
    4. Salaheddine Sbai (RC Charleroi/Belgium).
    5. Amine Erbate (Dafra/UAE).
    6. Michael Basser (AS Nancy-Lorraine/France).
    7. Abdeslam Ouaddou (Valenciennes FC/France).
    8. Mourad Aini (Raja Casablanca).
    9. Youness Mankari (Wydad Casablanca).
    10. Badr El Kadouri (Dynamo Kiev/Ukraine).
    11. Youssef Hadji (AS Nancy-Lorraine/France).
    12. Youssef Safri (Southamton FC/England).
    13. Tarik Sektioui (FC Porto/Portugal).
    14. Houssine Kharja (FC Siena/Italia).
    15. Adil Hermach (KSV Roulers/Belgium).
    16. Rachid Hamdani (Clermont Foot/France).
    17. Issam Erraki (AS FAR).
    18. Nabil Dirar (Westerloo/Belgium).
    19. Nabil El Zhar (Liverpool/England).
    20. Marouane Chamakh (Girondins de Bordeaux/France).
    21. Mbarek Boussoufa (Anderlecht/Belgium).
    22. Hicham Aboucherouane (Esprance de Tunis/Tunisia).
    23. Soufiane Alloudi (Al Ain/UAE).
    24. Abdessalam Benjelloun (Hibernian/Scotland).
     
  9. Gorando

    Gorando Member

    Mar 12, 2008
    Belgium
    Club:
    Juventus FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Belgium
    Nice to see that Nabil Dirar has been called up. He has been playing very well for Westerlo. Also a fun player to watch.
     
  10. MarocFAN

    MarocFAN Member

    May 18, 2006
    Morocco/Germany
    yes your right. And it's great that players from the OT are finally called up.
    I miss only El Ahmadi of Twente.
    What about the belgian lineup? No news about it?
    I've heard that all tickets are sold?
     
  11. Gorando

    Gorando Member

    Mar 12, 2008
    Belgium
    Club:
    Juventus FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Belgium
    Goal: Olivier Renard (KV Mechelen), Stijn Stijnen (Club Brugge), Brian Vandenbussche en (SC Heerenveen)

    Defense: Vincent Kompany (Hamburger SV), Gilles Swerts (Vitesse), Daniel Van Buyten (Bayern München), Jelle Van Damme (Anderlecht) en Thomas Vermaelen (Ajax)

    Midfield: Timmy Simons (PSV), Marouane Fellaini, Axel Witsel (beiden Standard Luik), Karel Geraerts (Club Brugge), Guillaume Gillet (Anderlecht), Faris Haroun (RC Genk), Gaby Mudingayi (Lazio) en Jan Vertonghen (Ajax).

    Attack: Moussa Dembele (AZ), Stijn De Smet (Cercle Brugge), Kevin Mirallas (Lille), Luigi Pieroni (Anderlecht) en Wesley Sonck (Club Brugge)
     
  12. MarocFAN

    MarocFAN Member

    May 18, 2006
    Morocco/Germany
    So Fellaini will play.
     
  13. destekke

    destekke New Member

    Dec 28, 2004
    Yes, most likely.

    To answer another question:
    No, Malki doesn't have any chances to be called up.
    I didn't even know he had a belgian passport.
    Anyway, he's way too mediocre for the national team.
    He has scored a mesmerising 12 goals :rolleyes: this season,
    and to be honest, he should have scored more.
    He has been very lucky that he plays in a team with some great
    players who can create chances (Losada, Colman, Cruz)
     
  14. MarocFAN

    MarocFAN Member

    May 18, 2006
    Morocco/Germany
    Nabil Dirar is injured and has been replaced by Ibrahim Maaroufi.
    Maaroufi and Boussoufa
    [​IMG]
     
  15. urubelga

    urubelga New Member

    Sep 2, 2005
    Montevideo
    Awfull.

    Still, I dont see most of this guys playing any part on the team playing for the Euro in 2012. It would be then when the new generation would make an impact.

    Meanwhile we're stuck with this bunch. Lets hope that they can do something in september. They have a decent chance in that group with Spain, Turkey, Bosnia, Armenia and Estonia.
     
  16. renell

    renell New Member

    Feb 22, 2008
    that was some shellacking. no wonder my mates in brussels have given up any hope for the red devils.

    the moroccan fans in stade baudouin would've been very happy
     
  17. Belgian guy

    Belgian guy Member+

    Club Brugge
    Belgium
    Aug 19, 2002
    Belgium
    Club:
    Club Brugge KV
    Real classy of them to boo Fellaini though. Gee, how awful of him to want to represent the country he was born and raised in... :rolleyes:
     
  18. Gorando

    Gorando Member

    Mar 12, 2008
    Belgium
    Club:
    Juventus FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Belgium
    San Marino could beat Belgium :rolleyes:
     
  19. destekke

    destekke New Member

    Dec 28, 2004
    I'm not even bothered by the score, especially with a keeper like that.
    But the way we played.. :eek:
    terryfing.
    Not one good pass!
    How is it possible that Belgium can't give 1 decent pass against a very mediocre team like Morocco.
    Morocco for peace's sake ! :rolleyes:
     
  20. destekke

    destekke New Member

    Dec 28, 2004
    et voila ;)
     
  21. Belgian guy

    Belgian guy Member+

    Club Brugge
    Belgium
    Aug 19, 2002
    Belgium
    Club:
    Club Brugge KV
    For Pete's sake.

    And the keeper wasn't the problem, as much as you hate Stijnen. But I'm ok with Renard taking his place if you'd prefer that. If however you suggest Bailly or Proto instead and I'll mock you mercilessly. Your boy Kompany was all over the place in midfield. It's beyond one or two players not performing, almost the entire team looked out of their depth.

    And Morrocco isn't a mediocre team, they have a far superior technical ability to ours. Really, this was a game where there was very little to win. They're good enough to give most teams a good game, yet they don't have a big enough reputation to warrant the fear for a big home loss like this.
     
  22. Belgian guy

    Belgian guy Member+

    Club Brugge
    Belgium
    Aug 19, 2002
    Belgium
    Club:
    Club Brugge KV
    Thank you for this interesting and very meaningful contribution. Now run along.
     
  23. Metser

    Metser New Member

    Mar 26, 2008
    Wemmel, Flanders
    The difference between Belgium and teams like Holland, Morroco, Italy, is that is Belgium isn't a country with 1 people, but with 2. The belgian players haven't the pride to play and fight for they country, because Belgium isn't a real country.

    It's time for the red devils to leave and let the Lions play!
     
  24. MarocFAN

    MarocFAN Member

    May 18, 2006
    Morocco/Germany
    This is why Maaroufi has changed to the Moroccan Team.
    He said that in the U-21 there was no teamspirit and that most of the players didn't see themselfs as belgians.
     

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