The Belgian top-flight league-The Jupiler Pro League- became the first major football league to end its 2019/20 season early due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The announcement was done last week with leaders Club Brugge named as the Champions with one round of match left to complete.
All teams had played 29 games when the season was suspended, with Brugge clear leaders by 15 points ahead of second-place Gent.
The decision means that Gent is set to take a Champions League spot, with Charleroi cruelly missing out as they sat a point behind them when games were called off.
It has not yet been decided what will happen with the relegation and promotion places, with Waasland-Beveren currently sitting at the bottom of the table but by only two points but where does Kenyan International Johanna Omollo stand in all this?
Featuring for Cercle Brugge, Omollo is currently safe nonmatter the decision that will be made as his team occupy position 14 on the log this after struggling for the better part of the campaign.
Omollo and team had only won three games before February but turned things on their tide last month when they won four matches on the bounce to boost their survival chances.