League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Anderlecht3425637727+508124,160Aruna Dindane - 15Daniel Zítka→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Brugge3422667731+467223,716Gert Verheyen - 15Dany Verlinden→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Standard Liège34181156831+376516,888Émile Mpenza - 21Fabián Carini→ UEFA Cup via league finish 1
4Genk3417895840+185923,627Cédric Roussel - 14Jan Moons→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 2
5Mouscron34151456442+22597,711Luigi Pieroni - 28Franky Vandendriessche
6Westerlo341410105145+6525,282Tosin Dosunmu - 16Jonathan Bourdon→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 3
7Germinal Beerschot341111123440-6447,429Kristof Snelders - 9Luciano
8La Louvière341014104546-1444,300Michaël Murcy - 9Silvio Proto
9Gent34816103334-1408,355Steven Ribus - 6Frédéric Herpoel→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 4
10Lokeren34109154554-9395,570Taílson - 10Filip De Wilde
11Lierse34815113340-7397,253Marc Schaessens, Marius Mitu... - 5Yves Van Der Straeten
12Beveren34115184558-13384,941Kaiper Constant - 11Boubacar Barry→ UEFA Cup via cup loss 5
13Sint-Truiden34911143650-14387,665Désiré Mbonabucya - 9Dušan Belić
14Cercle Brugge34714132852-24355,103Nordin Jbari - 11Ricky Begeyn
15Charleroi3489173547-12339,083Grégory Dufer, Adékambi Olufadé - 7Bertrand Laquait
16Mons34712152952-23334,582Zoran Ban, Wamberto - 5Kris Van De Putte
17Beringen-Heusden-Zolder3477203668-32285,105Igor de Camargo - 10Logan BaillyRelegated
18Antwerp3476213067-37276,735Patrick Goots - 8Yves FeysRelegated



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