OTHER - 1B One day before the league start, the RSCA Futures have finally got their experienced player. David Hubert has to advise and assist the youngsters on the pitch. A good move, says head of youth training Jean Kindermans. "This is important for the coaching of these young players," he says.
"Just as experience is important in the first team, experience is also important in framing those even younger players," Kindermans told Bruzz's Radio Radzinski podcast this week. "My preference in that case is for ex-Anderlecht players who know the DNA and the vestiaire of the club."
In that respect, Anderlecht first thought of Guillaume Gillet, but finaly it didn't go through. "With Guillaume it worked out well. He was at a turning point in his career: to continue playing or not. With us he could play and mentor the youngsters, and in the meantime continue to learn the coaching profession. That seemed ideal to me, but it turned out differently."
Then Jeremy Taravel's name was mentioned, but in the end Anderlecht still had to search a few weeks to find the right player. "Everything depends on the attitude: you have to come to make the youth players with whom you train every day better. It is important to find the right profile with the right attitude."
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