The Belgian championship has recently returned to the football world and if you weren’t an expert in this competition before starting to play Sorare, let’s say that today – by trying your hand at the most famous NFT fantasy football in the world – you definitely want to start expanding your knowledge base. Let’s take a closer look at the league with a preview of the teams that have the best opportunity to be champions of the main Belgian league, the Jupiler league.
The Anderlecht ownership has set aside a hefty nest egg after selling star player Lokonga to Arsenal, and as a result these figures can be reinvested in a decent market. The commitment in this sense has already been partially demonstrated with various level additions that have added a good number of players from all over the old continent.
Coach Vincent Kompany is hoping for more from his young team this season than the results of the previous one. In fact, the signs were already there last year where there was a strong improvement in the workforce given the time that was made available specifically for the growth of emerging young people.
Pursuing the highly rated Club Brugge side will be a daunting task, but Anderlecht are probably the team that overall has the best chance of completing the feat. Let’s keep an eye on them.
Now let’s move on to the reigning champions. Clearly the team that proved themselves to be the strongest in the league over the course of the season, the Nerazzurri couldn’t be stopped on their way to the title, which was their second consecutive league win. Expectations are again high, as is often the case with any reigning champion with the two titles in a row making this even more prevalent.
As we have seen above, the Brugge players could be pushed to work harder this season than last year, as they will face fierce competition from a historic European football team in Anderlecht. It’s not just Anderlecht though, Genk are also starting to feel as though they have the momentum to challenge this season. We’ve taken a closer look at Genk below.
We’re definitely talking about a team with a growing reputation for offensive play. Having scored the most goals of any team in last season’s competition, with the exception of the reigning champions, Genk have a high quality forward line capable of creating serious headaches for anyone who comes in front of them.
Although the team have only made a handful of signings in the current transfer window, the most important thing for the eastern Belgium-based team is the fact that they have been able to retain most of the players who have established themselves in the starting lineup last season, this includes some of their most impressive players in terms of Sorare points.
The start of the season against Standard Liege certainly has an engaging atmosphere given the recent devastating floods that have hit the region and it remains to be seen what effect it could have on the first weeks of this year’s signing campaign. We are talking about a top team, so for those looking for some good prospects for their Sorare team, the Genk could represent an attractive pool to fish in.
Let’s now take a look at Standard Liege. Standard showed flashes of brilliance last season, finishing sixth in a group of teams all vying for a place in the playoffs. Despite the twenty million euros in outgoing transfers produced in the transfer window, the club has not yet decided to make significant reinvestments, and with no substitutions on the horizon it will be quite tough to undermine the most accredited clubs in the world. This is especially the case with improvements coming to other teams such as Brugge and Anderlecht.
Without knowing what reinforcements will be able to arrive in the coming weeks, it is difficult to be optimistic about Liège’s chances of improving the sixth place obtained last season. In any case, we keep in mind that everything could still change in these terms. We at WeSorare are also here for this, so stay alert to the news on our site!
The Belgian football club also known as “The Great Old” concluded the regular season just ended with an extremely decent second place behind the eventual champions: Club Brugge.
It has been less than a year since the club won their first major trophy in nearly thirty years, when they lifted the Belgian Cup last summer. This is a team that has confirmed that promise of good performance and has achieved excellent results throughout last season.
The club has been busy on the transfer market during these summer months, spending money on some exciting new additions, including the arrival of winger Michel Ange Balikwisha from Standard Liège, for a figure that is around six million euros. Let’s not be too surprised if Antwerp will again exceed the odds given to them by the betting sites.
Not to be confused with Genk, the Gent footballers were able to win fourteen of their overall matches during last season. The bad news, however, is that they have also lost thirteen games, which is more than any other team placed in the top eight.
A team that has proven to be able to beat anyone on their best day, even scoring seven on one occasion but also showing that if they have a bad day, anyone can beat them. This year, several players have arrived in Gent who are able to strengthen the team more or less in every department compared to last year.
As expected, talented director Niklas Dorsch is back in Germany after some impressive performances last year and it remains to be seen whether his creativity can ever be adequately replaced by some new reinforcement.