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Philippe Clement comes back on departure and is almost certain: “I don’t think Club Brugge will let this go anymore”

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There is currently no hold on AS Monaco in Ligue 1. Philippe Clement’s club has advanced to third place, good for a Champions League ticket. Our compatriot also looks at the Belgian league with half an eye and expects Club Brugge to take the title.

Vincent Van Genechten

Monday 9 May 2022 at 16:36

Eleven Sports visited Clement this week, who got his team back on track after a hesitant start. And that in a relatively short time, because the former Red Devil only left Club Brugge in January. Even though he didn’t think his story was necessarily over with blue-black.

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Club Brugge did a fantastic job this weekend in the battle for the title, by winning 0-2 at Union and taking the lead for the time being. Clement expects that his ex-club will now also take the title.

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Clement also wanted to say something about Aurélien Tchouameni. The pivotal figure at Monaco, only 22 years old and linked to top clubs such as Real Madrid and Juventus.

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