By Fernand Boone in 1967 to Hans Vanaken in 2018. A total of ten winners, good for a thirteen trophies. Club Brugge has the history of the Golden Shoe unmistakable with colored. Journalist and soccer Olivier Sake went in search of the stories behind the moment of glory for all the Golden boot winners. Not only with an eye for the sporting impact, but also the human story - the one tragic, sometimes inspiring, or entertaining. Each time the story is accompanied by unique photographs.
The book is also a journey through the different succesgeneraties of blue-black. Sunday afternoon there were three united in Cafe Den Comptoir, on a sigh of the Jan breydel stadium. There was the book, " The Golden Shoes of the Club is presented. With a regular visitor to Franky Van der Elst, Julien Cools and Paul Okon signed three of the ten different winners present. Together with televisiegezicht Luc Alloo took the three of them a dive into the rich history of their favourite club. Five readers through this newspaper won were privileged to witness the barrage of anecdotes, the book of stuffed. As recalled Julien Cools is how he in 1977 to Golden boot and was declared. “My five-year-old daughter Grietje took the phone and passed it. It was Jan Pulinx, when chief sport of The ‘Latest News’. ‘Congratulations Julien, you are the Golden Shoe from 1977. You can as quickly as possible to Antwerp?’ I am right in my car jumped. Until the day of today, it is the only voetbaltrofee that in my living room.”
Paul Okon, specially arrived from Australia, fell the honor in 1995 to turn. “My copy is at my parents,” laughed the defender. “When I was settled, I had him there, however, removed. But at home I have four boys, who all like a ball that kicks... (blow) The Golden Shoe moést back to my parents, otherwise he was in brokken ended.” Okon was not only positive memories about the award. “He has me, even accidentally. Two weeks later I ran a heavy knee injury against Anderlecht. My predecessor, Pär Zetterberg, happened to be the same.”