Van den Brom frustrated at KRC Genk: “That makes me sick”

KRC Genk is in the corner where the blows fall, but John van den Brom does not drop the courage. The Dutch trainer remains combative in the run-up to the cup game with Club Brugge on Wednesday.
Last weekend, Genk went down with 2-3 against the Belgian champion in the Jupiler Pro League, but Van den Brom doesn‘t want to know about revenge feelings. I’m not a person who thinks in terms of revanche anyway. But I do notice that there is a lot of combat skills in this group and I would love to see that on the field. Because I‘m getting sick of the fact that we’re giving away matches that we should actually win.
Van den Brom saw that KRC Genk was better against Club Brugge and hopes that the penny will stand out in the right direction now. We didn‘t lose to Bruges because they were fantastic because we were better. Only once again we were left empty handed and that is very frustrating. But I’m not going to sit in a corner, he is quoted by Het Laatste Nieuws. Genk still participates on three fronts. For now, there is nothing in the trash, that‘s right. For me, every game is all or nothing, this is just a very nice poster against a competitor who can also win the Belgian Cup.
Van den Brom is considering at least one change. The Dutchman was reportedly
merciless‘ for the young goalkeeper Maarten Vandevoordt. He may be replaced by Tobe Leysen. You only know afterwards whether the choice you made was also the right one. Sometimes it’s good to give players a rest, because they‘re physically getting through it. But the mental plays a role, especially with a goalkeeper. I’m going to list everything quietly and discuss it with my staff.