Good news for Genk towards the match against Antwerp: Bryan Heynen trains individually, but is getting fit

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Several hundred fans, including many very young supporters, came to RC Genk’s open training on Wednesday afternoon. The players walked onto the field to applause.

Marnik Geukens and Chris Nelis

The fans saw that the atmosphere in the group is very good with the last match of all-or-nothing against Antwerp approaching. Yira Sor was absent due to illness, Nicolas Castro did not train yet due to overload symptoms.

Captain Bryan Heynen received an adjusted program in the weight room, Carlos Cuesta and Mike Trésor were allowed to pass as a precaution for the final finishing forms. Tolu Arokodare, who still has to strengthen physically after his long absence, got an extra something together with the players of Jong Genk.

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“Hopefully I can count on a fully fit core on Sunday”, beamed a visibly satisfied Wouter Vrancken afterwards. “Our doctor sent Sor back home because he felt a little sick. We therefore want to keep him out of the group for a while. Bryan Heynen is taking it easy, I hope he can go full training again on Friday. Then our preparation for Antwerp will start with closed doors. The training is still open on Thursday morning (10.30am). I think it’s great that our supporters are so behind the team. It is also for the players to enjoy all those young happy faces.”

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