Thousands of them were lined up for signs and photos. Kevin De Bruyne’s passage in his own KDB Cup was not overlooked today. With the advent of the Premier League stars, a huge number of fans have set foot. “Each edition is getting bigger and bigger,” De Bruyne said.

It was a big surprise that De Bruyne suddenly appeared in Drongen yesterday. The metronome will then be played in BV tournaments without notice and the proceeds will be donated to charity.

His passage on Saturday was announced … and it was shown. Thousands of people have found a way to the KDB Cup. The organization expects the records of all visitors to be broken.

De Bruyne greeted young Manchester City players, took a seat at Doug Out, and made time for thousands of young fasts. They were lined up in apparently endless queues around adjacent fields. Waiting for signs and photos.

“It’s incredibly busy,” De Bruyne noticed. “Unfortunately, I don’t have time to make everyone happy. I have to meet lots of people and visit lots of places. It’s fun, but it’s very difficult.”

Each edition will be better and more comprehensive. The number of spectators is the highest ever.

Still, KDB has done everything it can to make as many fans happy as possible. “I want to show that I’m not just linking my name to this tournament,” he emphasized. “When I endorse the initiative, I also want to do something. By being here for two days, I think I did it.”

And in sync with De Bruyne’s rising star, his eponymous youth tournament is also growing. “Each edition will be better and more extensive. The number of spectators is the highest ever. It talks a lot about the quality of the tournament, the players and teams coming.”

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Source: Sporza


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