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Old 08-05-2008, 19:01   #16
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Old 08-05-2008, 19:21   #17
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he was a so nice guy
very sad for the fans
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Old 08-05-2008, 21:27   #19
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I hate Anderlecht, but I must say they had a brilliant idea a few weeks ago. Their former president and club legend, Constant Vanden Stock died some weeks back, but in Belgium he wasn't the most popular guy to begin with. They were afraid that the minute of silence would be ruined with whistling and dumbasses yelling (man I hate when that happens). So they came up with a great idea. Instead of a minute of silence, they had a minute of applause. Because of all the clapping, the whistles and yells were impossible to be heard, and I must say that it was just as "touching" as the minute of silence, maybe even more so. I think Brugge will do the same for Sterchele, as will all other clubs in Belgium.

I'm wondering if this has happened before somewhere in other leagues?
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Old 08-05-2008, 21:45   #20
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Belgian national player and top scorer of Club Brugge Francois Sterchele died in a car accident this morning. He wasn't my favorite player at all, but this is still quite shocking news.

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i realy can't belief it first when i heard it on the radio i cound't belief it when they said it a second time i was realy sad and shoked .

Did you see his care after the crash oh my there was ntohing left


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My condolences to his family (poor parents), friends and all Bruges supporters. Rest in peace, François.

For the dutch-speaking members: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=bzYRZpMpCYQ
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I hate Anderlecht, but I must say they had a brilliant idea a few weeks ago. Their former president and club legend, Constant Vanden Stock died some weeks back, but in Belgium he wasn't the most popular guy to begin with. They were afraid that the minute of silence would be ruined with whistling and dumbasses yelling (man I hate when that happens). So they came up with a great idea. Instead of a minute of silence, they had a minute of applause. Because of all the clapping, the whistles and yells were impossible to be heard, and I must say that it was just as "touching" as the minute of silence, maybe even more so. I think Brugge will do the same for Sterchele, as will all other clubs in Belgium.

I'm wondering if this has happened before somewhere in other leagues?

A few months ago at Old Trafford (Manchester derby) they did the same to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the crash in Munich.
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A few months ago at Old Trafford (Manchester derby) they did the same to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the crash in Munich.


Uh no they didn't...
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=jjkaSMLKlXM
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Hmm, indeed.

I'm sure I saw such a minute of applause in England some months ago.
Aaah, it was maybe for that Scottish player who died during a game.
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Just before the game Moeskroen - G. Beerschot (Sterchele's ex-club, where he became top scorer of the league last year), the announcer found it necessary to start announcing a couple of things DURING the minute of silence

Anyway, I'll always remember him for the hilarious goal he scored against Roeselare
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53hQHCpZ1SM

And here a movie of Club Brugge - Westerlo from yesterday.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYZAOi6HkgM

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it was a very emotional minute of silence yesterday...After 23 minutes of play (Stercheles shirtnumber) the whole croud spontaniously stood up and started applauding. Wesley Sonck even started crying, when he scored his goals. This last goodbye will certainly stick in my head for quite a while...
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