How Patrick Decuyper convinced Paul Gheysens in 2015 to make Antwerp viable again: “After barely three minutes he said: ‘I’m going to do that’”

Patrick Decuyper (right) with Paul Gheysens (left) and his son Michael. — © Photo News

Patrick Decuyper (52) remained out of the media for five years, but with the title match against Union approaching, the former CEO of Antwerp makes an exception. Because even though the East Fleming is no longer in the box of the board members – but as a supporter – in stand 1, his part in the revival of the Great Old should not be underexposed. He was the one who capitalized on the potential of stock number 1 and bumped into the right man with Paul Gheysens (69).

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