After the match at the Heysel blew up the supporters gather at the Large Market. The party was anyway planned for the sake of obtaining the championship title, the victory in the Cup made it all complete. At five to seven arrived, their heroes, sitting on the roof of their bus. Then they disappeared again until quite some time later – after a ceremony in the town hall on the balcony to appear.
Especially Igor De Camargo showed himself to be a true demagogue. Especially, he conducted the scanderende, singing, and leaping crowd in a packed market square. The supporters enjoyed. “It is more than fifty years ago that a team from second class the bell has won. Tomorrow I have basically works, but I am strongly considering to leave. We'll see what the night will bring,” laughs Yannick Rombauts (32).Strasbourg
Also for Chris Van den Bruel (57) it was an emotional day. “I think that history today is written.” Agnes Geets (78) know that for sure. “Strasbourg and the rescue were the absolute highlights, but today there are also hey. I have been nail biting to the end, but I am very happy. This is me remember. The run-up to Strasbourg, incidentally, was the same as today... You never know hey.”
Heidi Nuytiens (52) is hit. She was with the daughters without much expectation to the Heysel drawn. “I am very happy that my daughters have experienced, just as I was against the advice of my mother Strasbourg have lived through. That I will never forget.”“sight Unseen”
We had decided to make today not about the non-athletic to begin, but the fans started there in many cases. “Today is historic. A club in such a way a sporting way terugvecht, is unseen”, says Van den Bruel. “The players have nothing to do with Clean Hands. It would be a pity should the team be punished. If there is a punishment, for the relevant board members”, says Nuytiens.
Clean Hands, however, was by no means a damper on the joy. “The extra sporty today is an afterthought. Today, we celebrate. What tomorrow happens, it is for tomorrow. Today we celebrate that we are hopefully into Europe”, say students Pieter The Wins (24) and Nicolas Cremer (24).
After the celebration on the main Market went to the party to continue in the AFAS stadium.