News with tag "Interviews"


Mbokani: "I've waited for Anderlecht"


Dieumerci Mbokani will play again in the Astridpark. Not with Anderlecht, but with FC Antwerp. If it depended on the Congolese, he would have signed with Anderlecht in the summer. "Anderlecht is my home." Read more »

Verhaeghe: "I want Anderlecht to do well"


Club Brugge is currently the leading club in Belgian football. Chairman Bart Verhaeghe worked hard for ten years on the way up. At Anderlecht, Vincent Kompany must now do the same. Verhaeghe believes that Kompany and Anderlecht should continue on the chosen path. Read more »


Davies: "Antwerp is at least top 3"


Coach Simon Davies spoke with the press in the afternoon about the upcoming game against Antwerp on Sunday (2.30 p.m.). David Steegen took once again a seat next to the coach as a press spokesperson. Read more »

Vlap: "I will never forget this moment"


Michel Vlap was given the opportunity to enter the lawn of Manchester City on Wednesday evening during the Vincent Kompany testimonial. He had trained earlier in the day with the entire first team in the complex of the English club. Read more »

Meschak: "I was forced to sign"


Elia Meschak would normally have been one of the first summer transfer of RSC Anderlecht. However, it never came to a transfer from the Congolese striker. Now Meschak responds for the first time himself. He tells his story with the Congolese Leopards Foot. Read more »


Interview: Kompany about his first months as a player / manager

Interview: Kompany about his first months as a player / manager

Vincent Kompany recently gave an exclusive interview for the cameras of the British Sky Sports. The interview was recorded in the stadium of RSC Anderlecht and is about the transition between Manchester City and RSC Anderlecht. Kompany says that the first months have been extremely busy and that he had to learn a lot in a short time. "The only thing you want is for the team to perform and evolve, it's a constant process of learning, adapting and improving," Kompany said. Read more »

"City is in my heart, Anderlecht is in my blood"

50,000 people showed up yesterday for the 'Vincent Kompany Testimonial', more than expected. Everything shows that Kompany was more than just a Manchester City player. And that feeling is mutual: "City is in my heart, Anderlecht is in my blood," said the Red Devil. Read more »

"Vincent Kompany Crescent"

Nobody dares to doubt that Vincent Kompany was more than a monument at Manchester City. And that may even be taken literally because in the future there will be a statue of Kompany at the stadium. He also got his own little street: The Vincent Kompany Crescent ". Read more »


Verschueren: "We are catching up"


The international break is over and this weekend is already matchday 7 in the national competition. RSC Anderlecht are playing Antwerp FC this weekend. "We are trying to form a block against Antwerp, just like against Standard. Only then will we look ahead to the game against Club Brugge," says Michael Verschueren. Read more »

De Bruyne: "Save a spot for me in seven years"

De Bruyne:

When Kevin De Bruyne made the switch from Wolfsburg to City, it was Vincent Kompany who took care of his teammate. The two built up a close friendship, so close that De Brunye promised Kompany to come and play for RSC Anderlecht within seven years. Read more »

Vanhamel: "We must not be afraid"


Next thursday, the purple female players will challenge BIIK-Kazygurt in the Women's Champions League. Charlotte Tison believes that their opponent has experience in this competition but that Anderlecht has a good team and a home win can be considered. Read more »

De Bruyne: "Keep a place for me within seven years"

De Bruyne:

When Kevin De Bruyne made the transfer from Wolfsburg to Manchester City, it was Vincent Kompany who took care of his Belgian teammate. The two masterclass player built up a friendship, even so close that De Bruyne promised Kompany to come over and play for RSC Anderlecht within seven. years Read more »

Saelemaekers: "I feel a lot fresher already"


Alexis Saelemaekers almost scored for the Belgian U21, but he saw his shot hit the post. Saelemaeker's strong match against Standard also immediately earned him a place in the starting eleve nwith the Belgian U21. Physically he feels better every match. Read more »


Verschaeren: "Hope I can be there for a long time"


Five minutes before time, Yari Verschaeren made his debut with the Red Devils. It goes fast for the midfielder, but he enjoyed every moment. He also almost scored but Marshall kept him from a stunt: "It was already 0-4 so I had less stress," said Verschaeren. Read more »



Verschueren: "No problem Trebel"


Adrien Trebel is still a player of RSC Anderlecht. A transfer to Nantes eventually did not come and he himself refused the Middle East. In essence, there is no room for the Frenchman this season, but according to Michael Verschueren there is no "problem Trebel". Read more »


Vermaelen: "Not the time for Anderlecht"


In the run-up to the international games with the Red Devils, Thomas Vermaelen spoke with the press. He also received a question about Anderlecht's interest this summer. "It was not the time to choose Anderlecht," he replied. Read more »


Saelemaekers: "The past few weeks have been really tough"


Alexis Saelemaekers was in the starting line-up for the first time this season and he immediately also provided the opening and winning goal. A serious boost for the young Saelemaekers who made a heart for his mom. He wanted to leave in recent weeks, but he wants to stay now.
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Sandler: "I get along with Elias"


Philippe Sandler and Elias Cobbaut were at the heart of the defense and did an outstanding job. With the injury of Father Familias Vincent Kompany, it was immediately a young defense: "It took some getting used to that I was the oldest in the defense at the age of 22," Sandler laughs. Read more »

Cobbaut: "Finally got what we deserved"


Elias Cobbaut made his comeback in defense against Standard. Together with Philippe Sandler, he was at the heart of defense. The relief after the end of the game was great and players and staff celebrated the first three points in Lotto Park: "The relief was huge," Cobbaut admits. Read more »