Fans protest at practice complex KV Oostende: shareholders head of Jut

The fans are tired of KVO not getting out of the relegation zone.

It is high for the supporters at KV Oostende: on Monday morning, banners with protest spells were hung on the training complex at De Schorre. The American shareholders in particular are the head of Jut according to supporter group 031. “We need quality”, one could read.

Junior Verbeeke

PMG out. With this message that cannot be misunderstood, the fans of KV Oostende target the American shareholders. KVO dangles at the bottom of a relegation place, and especially the poignant lack of quality in the core is a thorn in the side of the loyal supporters group 031. They hung banners at the training complex at De Schorre in the night from Sunday to Monday. “031 doesn’t accept that PMG shows no ambition. Only young guests are attracted to sell them at a profit. There is no investment in the team. Every supporter sees that a quality injection is necessary to survive in first class, but PMG does not,” says the atmosphere group.

“Just look at Essevee”

Read, among other things: Fuck the policy, Wake up PMG, Where is the money? in We need quality. PMG is the main shareholder of KV Oostende. With zero out of twelve under Dominik Thalhammer, and especially a sixteenth place in the standings, there are fears of relegation at sea. “The team is sinking further, relegation is almost a fact,” 031 continues. “The supporters are afraid that KVO will follow the same path as the other PMG teams. Nancy was relegated from the second division in France and is now only twelfth in the 3rd division. We want to make a statement to wake up PMG that a quality injection is more than necessary. Just look at Zulte Waregem: it’s not too late, the transfer market is still open. It is high time that something changes.” Whether the protest action will have any effect, we will see on Wednesday: then Antwerp will visit the sea.

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