Football is A BeNeLiga with the Belgian and Dutch leagues. In an interview with the French newspaper “Le Monde” and threw the Club Brugge president Bart Verhaeghe of the subject on the table. “It is very, very fast. If it were not for the coming season is sure to be one of the two seasons that follow.” Inquiry into the character of the ‘ president shows that his statement is less snedig referred to, was then, as we know, but there you go. Now it’s your turn: have you, or an opponent of a BeNeLiga? Listed below you’ll find some interesting responses. Fans of Club Brugge and Zulte Waregem: Niels Vleminckx, a journalist for The News:

“last week, I was in the press room of the Standard. The general tendency was the same as in the Dutch reporters: ‘you have to wait for a BeNeLiga?’ The logical countervraag was: “Who is to wait on the Standard-Waasland-Beveren (belgium)?’”

“But let’s face it, that’s kind of the emotional arguments on this point are not relevant for the Belgian and Dutch clubs, and the feasibility of such a lagelandencompetitie them. It focuses on two of the self-potential of reinforcing elements. Better competition, more money will need to come up. This also seems to be possible with the BeNeLiga, says a study by research firm Deloitte.”

there are still a lot of practical problems. The minimum wage for footballers from outside the European Union, is located on a 450.000 euros in Belgium, that is more than five times higher. The legislation in the field of SOCIAL security, and payroll withholding taxes must be fully coordinated. And the Fox with our neighbors until the year 2025 for the tv rights in the property. In addition, the Dutch clubs, PSV eindhoven at the head, with a little less enthusiastic about the idea than their Belgian counterparts.”

‘ It is, therefore, possible that the two leagues in a short time, merge together. It is the season 2024-2025, an important first point of reference. And then there will be great changes taking place in the Champions League. The European clubs would like to transform into a half-open league, where there is less and less a place for teams from smaller football countries. Therefore, Bart and Verhaeghe, and his forward-thinking colleagues have done everything in its power to get around, by which time sports and financial balancing. But it is evident they are not.”