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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
This popular, long-running show was initially about Oscar Crucke, the coach of amateur football team 'F.C. De Kampioenen', who's referred to as "De Kampioen" (The Champion). The series follows the adventures of his family, the chairman and sponsor of the team Balthazar Boma as well as forward Pico, goalkeeper Xavier and their wives. Football unites these people, while the focus is mainly based on their daily lives.
Boma finally convinced Pascale to move in with him. Bieke doesn't want to be left in the pub, the tam fears it may close down, so they hatch a plan to match Pascale with her bachelor boss Jos Dobbelaere instead, but he mistakes the offer for dating Bieke. DDT believes Boma will sell him the pub and asks his dragon mother Gerogette for capital, but she moves in, pushing out Pol and Doortje despite their lease, and proves hard to chase.
The pub would be closed a game night as Bieke has other priorities, but the team protests so Xavier and Carmen end up deciding to try running it. Owner Boma however isn't exactly impressed with the clumsy first go and demands earning results. Carmen decides to organize a fancy dinner evening, but Xavier fails as chef and the entertainment he found, his garrison's military band, pleases even less then their menu and service. Meanwhile Boma takes Pascake along ti the eat industry's annual gala where he's ti speech, but she finds the fancy setting doesn't come with gentlemanly manners.
A poorly handled pregnancy test kit starts a series of false parenthood presumptions. While Xavier gets used to his Carmen becoming a mother, in fact only fostering the local GP's dog, Pascale and her daughter suspect each-other of irresponsible sex 'hitting'.
Two talent scouts tell DDT they heard De Kampioenen have a fantastic player and they want to buy him for their team. DDT sees an opportunity to make some money and, finally, get rid of De Kampioenen because he knows that without soccer ace Pol, they're lost. DDT tells the talent scouts he'll arrange the deal. However, despite the money he can make and the good team he can be in, Pol doesn't want to leave De Kampioenen because they're his friends. DDT doesn't understand this at all, but it does give him an idea: To sow discord, he starts spreading the rumor Pol has made some vile remarks about the team.
Xavier is sick and tired of being ordered around in the army, at home and in the team. Pol's jocular remark about a clone inspires him to pretend being his nonexistent identical twin Roger. Dimitri believes his story to have founded an African gold mine and plans to swap his garage for it. Boma however refuses to accept the brothers not being an speaking terms and orders a reconciliation. He soon gets caught in his own lies and gets a taste of his own medicine.
For Valentine's day, Boma used Pol's picture to arrange a date with seemingly like-minded prospective business partner Annemie. Boma fails to take PR threats seriously from hippie environmentalist activist An Mertens. Misunderstandings start rumors about Pol and Boma as cheaters. Xavier desperately seeks any chore to get out of Carmen's love night plans.
A man named Didier claims he is Dimitri's long-lost son. Boma is looking for a successor to take over his factory.
Boma's villa is being renovated, so he invites himself to stay so long at Pascale's, non-withstanding her doubts and Bieke's gross hostility, leaving Mark i the middle between male bonding and lapdog boyfriend obedience. Dimitri needs to impress cab company boss Van Thillo but refuses to pay for a restaurant, so he jumps at Pol's jocular suggestion to pretend he owns Boma's villa. The football team plans to tip off Boma who meanwhile supervises Xavier's coaching from too close for everybody's good.
Kevin, a little nephew of Pascale's, comes to stay. The boy is a good footballer and Boma wants to start a youth team, F.C. De Kapoenen. Against the will of Dimitri.
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