|Date of birth||12 October 1972|
|Place of birth||Dendermonde, Belgium|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Tom Van Mol (born 12 October 1972) is a Belgian former professional footballer as a defender.
Van Mol started playing football for his local team, Sparta Buggenhout. Only one year later, he moved to the youth teams of Anderlecht. He never managed to break through there and in 1991, Van Mol was transferred to PSV. He played 9 times for PSV that season, and one year later he moved on to Sparta. This was the first team where Van Mol would obtain a place in the starting eleven. As a result, Tom Van Mol regained the interest of PSV, where he would also manage to break through in the 1993–94 season, appearing 39 times for PSV, scoring once. Nevertheless, in the next season Van Mol would return to Belgium, playing for Lommel SK. This only lasted for two seasons. Van Mol was transferred to FC Utrecht where he would stay from 1997 until 2004. From 2004 he played for the Belgian Cercle Brugge. On 6 May 2008, it was announced that he had signed a contract with third-tier club FCN Sint-Niklaas.
After retiring, he has worked for a clothing company and done scouting work for Anderlecht.
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Glen De Boeck is a Belgian former football player and manager, who is currently unemployed after most recently managing Lokeren in the Belgian First Division B. During his career he played as central defender, mostly on the books of Anderlecht.
The 2006-07 season of the Belgian First Division began on July 28, 2006 and concluded on May 19, 2007. The championship was decided in the penultimate round on May 12, 2007, when Anderlecht moved five points clear of runners-up Genk to retain the title and win their 29th League Championship. At the other end of the table, the struggle to avoid automatic relegation went on until the final round, and it was Lierse who eventually prevailed. Having spent the entire season at the bottom of the standings and only just managed to close an eleven-point gap up to 17th, the Lier side won their last game to climb past Beveren and send the latter down to the Second Division. However, Lierse went on to lose the playoffs and was relegated anyway.
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