News with tag "Interviews"


Kums: "The board didn't tell us anything about Kompany"


With a catchy video, Anderlecht announced the return of Vincent Kompany as player-trainer. The group of players had to hear the news in the same way as the outside world. "We heard it through the press. No one from the board has said anything yet," said captain Sven Kums after the game against Ghent. Read more »



"Unjust if we finish sixth"

Karim Belhocine lives towards tomorrow's game as to a final. Based on the results of the last games, the T1 ad interim would find it unjust if RSC Anderlecht finished sixth. Read more »


"Genk will be motivated, but so will we"

Tonight, the penultimate match day of Play-Off 1 is on the program. Anderlecht receive Genk, which after the defeat at Club Brugge has to win to stay in the title race. Anderlecht is also keen on a win, according to Belhocine. "We want to give something to our supporters." Read more »

Belhocine: "Kara can be used again"


Anderlecht can count on Kara Mbodj again tomorrow. Coach Karim Belhocine said this at his press conference yesterday afternoon. "Kara is available, he is training with the group again," confirms Belhocine. Read more »


Cobbaut: "Hard work is rewarded"


A point won", that's what Elias Cobbaut called the draw of Anderlecht against Antwerp in front of the microphone of Sporza. "The win against Standard did us good," the defender says. "Our confidence has risen again." Read more »

Kums: "Not great, but not bad either"


Sven Kums left the field limping shortly before the end. He couldn't continue after a sliding. Fortunately it doesn't seem serious. After the game he told Sporza that he expects to be able to play on Thursday Read more »


A bit more variety would be good for Verschaeren "

A bit more variety would be good for Verschaeren

Yari Verschaeren won the "Rookie of the Year" trophy last Monday. Pär Zetterberg sees that Verschaeren has everything to become a big one, but that there is still some work to do. So he sticks to his earlier statement that a little more variation in his game would be good for the midfielder. Read more »



Verschaeren voted "Rookie of the Year"

Verschaeren voted

Yari Verschaeren won the "Rookie of the Year" trophy at the Gala of the Professional Footballer of the Year. And that victory was convincing, the young midfielder left the competitors far behind him. Read more »

Kums: "Fought for each other"


It was not good at RSC Anderlecht the last few weeks, Captain Sven Kums admits that too. Logical if you can not grab points in play-off 1. That is why this victory does more than good and especially because the players have kept running and fighting for each other. Read more »

Najar: "I do everything for the team"


Andy Najar started the game against Standard at his favorite spot, the right wing. Until Sebastiaan Bornauw got red and then he moved to the right back: "I'd rather attack, but I do everything for the team," said the Honduran. Read more »


574/5000 Trebel: "Red card is my fault"

574/5000 Trebel:

Adrien Trebel admits that it is his fault that Sebastiaan Bornauw took a red card against Standard after ten minutes. The Frenchman gave a bad pass so that Bornauw had no choice but to make the fault on Carcela. Read more »

Cobbaut: "I was tired when I got changed"


Elias Cobbaut got his chance from Karim Belhocine, and he grabbed it with both hands. The left back even got a standing ovation with his replacement. He even admits that he asked for his replacement. But he now feels joy and pride. Read more »

Belhocine: "Yari is a fantastic boy"


Yari Verschaeren, he was great against Standard again. He opened the score for RSC Anderlecht and pulled his entire team along. Karim Belhocine has nothing but praise for the young midfielder.
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Belhocine: "Players have given a lot"


Karim Belhocine was more than satisfied after the game against Standard. Not only did RSC Anderlecht take the three points with ten men, his players also gave a lot on the field: "They deserve the congratulations," the coach said afterwards. Read more »


"We could use someone like Rutten well"

Fred Rutten was active as a coach of Anderlecht for only three months. A failure? Frank Arnesen doesn't think so. The technical director explains in Het Laatste Nieuws why he appointed the Dutchman in January. "And he has given us a lot of useful advice." Read more »

"Zulj lost confidence due to defeats"

Peter Zulj arrived in January as the best player in Austria and with great confidence. The last few weeks he barely plays. In Het Laatste Nieuws, technical director Frank Arnesen shows understanding and lists some reasons for Zulj's decline. Read more »

Arnesen: "I didn't want to do many transfers in January"


Since the beginning of this year, Frank Arnesen has been the man who arranges the transfers for Anderlecht. In January, he only got two new players and had Kara return. A conscious move. "I resisted doing a lot of transfers. I even had to stop three transfers," he said in Het Laatste Nieuws. Read more »