On local radio Boma announces he'll fire Oscar if De Kampioenen lose the next match.

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Willy Vanduren

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Episode credited cast:
Danni Heylen Danni Heylen ... Pascale Crucke
Carry Goossens Carry Goossens ... Oscar Crucke
An Swartenbroekx An Swartenbroekx ... Bieke Crucke
Marijn De Valck Marijn De Valck ... Balthazar Boma
Ann Tuts Ann Tuts ... Doortje Coppens
Walter Michiels Walter Michiels ... Pico Coppens
Loes van den Heuvel Loes van den Heuvel ... Carmen Waterslaeghers-Vandormael
Johny Voners Johny Voners ... Xavier Waterslaeghers
Jacques Vermeire Jacques Vermeire ... Dimitri De Tremmerie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ed Jacobs Ed Jacobs ... Trainer van de tegenstander (as Eddy Jacobs)
Herman Verbruggen Herman Verbruggen ... Marc Vertongen
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Oscar has, again, run out of luck: The local newspaper says he's a no-good trainer and that his career is declining, especially since his marriage. On the local radio Boma announces he will fire Oscar if De Kampioenen lose the next match. On top of that, Pascale won't wash the dirty shirts of the team and Bieke won't look after the café. Oscar feels he has to do everything all by himself. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Romance | Sport

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Balthazar Boma: [surprised upon seeing Dimitri's bill of the team bus repairs] Your prices have gone up again.
Dimitri De Tremmerie: Time is money, Mr. Boma.
Balthazar Boma: Mijn gedacht! I'm always saying that about my sausages. A la prochaine.
Dimitri De Tremmerie: See you next time.
[Oscar storms into the garage on his bike, wearing no pants. Oscar crashes his bike onto Boma's crotch]
Dimitri De Tremmerie: Hey, hey, hey!
Balthazar Boma: [to Oscar] Lunatic!
Oscar Crucke: Mr. President, come see the training in a bit and watch the match tomorrow. I dare you! You won't recognize the team.
Dimitri De Tremmerie: Wouldn't you put on more textiles before ...
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Soundtracks

Dancing Queen
(1976) (uncredited)
Written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson
Performed by ABBA
[played in the cafe when De Kampioenen prepare for their game]
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1 December 1990 (Belgium) See more »

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