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Dennis Revels In Second Belgian League Title Win With Club Brugge

Dennis Revels In Second Belgian League Title Win With Club Brugge

Nigeria forward Emmanuel Dennis has celebrated his second Belgian Pro League title win with Club Brugge, reports Completesports.com.

Brugge were awarded the title on Friday after the Pro League board of directors ratified the decision made on April 2 recommending the season be curtailed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Club Brugge were runaway leaders of the league with 70 points from 29 matches with a match to the end of the regular season.

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The 22-year-old won his first title with Club Brugge in the 2017/2018 season.

He took to the social media to celebrate another successful campaign.

“Champion of Belgium 🇧🇪 2019/2020
The first time was nice I had to do it twice 🏆 🏆
B L E S S ED ✊🏽❤️,”Dennis wrote on his Twitter handle.

Dennis scored five goals in 20 league appearances for Club Brugge this season.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • greenturf 1 year ago

    Congratulations!Dennis you have made Nigerians and your fans around the world including your humble self proud.
    Your hard work,discipline and diligence is worthy of emulation by young and aspiring footballers who are passionate about learning the trade.
    Meanwhile,there are rumours of impending exit from Club Brugge to a much more better club,Borussia dortmund to be precise has been courting him as well clubs in the premiership fuelling news of a summer move.Coach Philippe Clement further confirmed the likelihood of a summer move due to top European clubs nosing around for our own Dennis.
    I hope it pulls through because having more and more of our players in top clubs will further improve our options and puts us in a position where going to the world cup wont be like tourism or rather just to make up the numbers.