THE INSIDER. The painful, empty stands of Antwerp: “For a moment there was hope, but one email shattered everything”

For the first time in its history, Antwerp will play a Champions League match at the Bosuil tonight. Historically so. But the world will mainly see an empty, dilapidated grandstand. Because the stadium file is still stuck. “I don’t see how Paul Gheysens and Tania Mintjens will get out of this,” says Peter Goris, news manager at GVA. “Something really broke between the two this summer.”

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