The long season is over for Manchester City. The Citizens finally became champions again in the Premier League after a true nail-biter. And success manager Pep Guardiola counts with Kevin De Bruyne the best player of the English league in his ranks.
Many internationals will not get much vacation, as the first appointments for the UEFA Nations League are already scheduled soon. So too for our Red Devils, who will soon face the Netherlands (King Baudouin Stadium, June 3, 8:45 pm), Poland (King Baudouin Stadium, June 8, 8:45 pm), Wales (Cardiff, June 11, 8:45 pm) and Poland (Warsaw, June 14, 8:45 pm).
We did receive confirmation from Kevin De Bruyne in the meantime that he will be coming to hometown Drongen, where the local KVE caused a historic event last Sunday with promotion to national soccer.
The thirty-year-old midfielder wants to be present at the anniversary edition of his own KDB Cup, an international U15 tournament named after him. Chelsea, Ajax, Club Brugge (Group A); Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund, KRC Genk (Group B); Barcelona, Lille OSC, KAA Gent (Group C); Real Madrid, PSG and RSC Anderlecht (Group D) will thereby decide among themselves who can proclaim themselves the successor of Chelsea, the last winner in 2019.
A photo and autograph session will be provided for children up to age 18. Tickets are still on sale, via www.kdbcup.be. In addition, we also like to give notice that the KDB Cup is a cashless event.