INTERVIEWS Jacob Bruun Larsen has not yet been able to live up to the high expectations. Het Laatste Nieuws heard that the Dane is putting too much pressure on himself. Hannes Wolf, Genk's former coach who worked with him and knows him well, pleads for patience. Both for the player and for the press and supporters.
"Jacob lacks rhythm", says Wolf, who worked with Bruun Larsen at Dortmund and Stuttgart and still hears him regularly. According to Wolf, Bruun Larsen has to play the necessary matches and only then will he reach the maximum of his possibilities.
"Jacob feels at home at Anderlecht, feels the confidence of his coach and team mates and is made for Anderlecht football. But it is important not to get too impatient", says Wolf. "I'm sure the goals will follow."
Source: Het Laatste Nieuws (PJC)