Lawrence: "I bring Jamaican flair"

MONDAY, 10 FEBRUARY 2020, 19:11 - lajoya
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INTERVIEWS For the first time since his transfer to Anderlecht, Kemar Lawrence addressed himself to the Anderlecht supporters. In a video on rsca.be he says that with this transfer a dream became reality. "Hopefully my input will ensure that Anderlecht can rise in the ranking."
 


"This transfer means a lot to me. I always dreamed of playing in Europe. When I heard about Anderlecht's interest, I was very enthusiastic. Being here now makes me very happy," says Lawrence.

"Can hardly wait to get started"

Lawrence is coming to Anderlecht with beautiful nobility letters. The expectations are therefore high. "I feel that I will have to adapt quickly. I can hardly wait to start the training and see when I can stand on the field."

"I want to contribute energy, fighting spirit and good vibes to the team," the Jamaican continues. "I feel that the coaches know what type of player I am. Hopefully my input will ensure that we can rise in the ranking."

"I'm a bit different"

Lawrence was nicknamed "Taxi" in the United States. The past week we read that he got it because he delivers the balls as well as a taxi. He himself has a different explanation ready. "If you are familiar with Jamaica, then you know that the taxi drivers there are a bit crazy. I bring that flair a bit into my playing style. The tackles and stuff. Pure, but quite aggressive. A little different.

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