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 21-05-2024 

Title becomes illusion after defeat against Bruges

Title becomes illusion after defeat against Bruges

GAMES Anderlecht suffered a 0-1 defeat against Club Bruges, causing them to drop to third place in the standings and putting their title hopes in serious jeopardy. The match was decided by Odoi's goal on a corner in the 28th minute, with Anderlecht struggling to create chances throughout the game. Despite some small attempts, Anderlecht failed to equalize before the break. The second half saw Bruges comfortably maintain their lead, with Anderlecht unable to mount a serious challenge. Read more »


 20-05-2024 

 18-05-2024 

Schmeichel: ‘I want to become champion with RSCA’

Schmeichel: ‘I want to become champion with RSCA’

OTHER Kasper Schmeichel feels no extra pressure despite the chance to become champions this weekend. He stresses the importance of keeping focus. ‘The team is determined to win every game' and the goalkeeper is therefore hoping for a good performance against Bruges. ‘The support of the supporters will be crucial in the upcoming match,' he echoes. Read more »

Anderlecht is thinking of Casteels

Anderlecht is thinking of Casteels

TRANSFERS Regardless of how the league ends, it will as usual be another busy summer in terms of transfers. Who will be in goal for Purple and White next season is not yet known. There is an option to extend Schmeichel's contract at a higher salary, but a decision may not be made until after the European Championship. As a fully-fledged alternative, Anderlecht is looking towards Koen Casteels (31) who is at Wolfsburg end of contract, according to Het Nieuwsblad. Read more »

Already sure of European football until New Year

Already sure of European football until New Year

OTHER Whether Anderlecht becomes champions or finishes second or third, purple-white will play European football until New Year anyway. Possibly even until the end of January. Because of the waterfall system, Anderlecht will end up in the pool phase of a European Cup anyw Read more »


Reedijk leaves RSCA Futures

Reedijk leaves RSCA Futures

1B According to Het Laatste Nieuws, RSCA Futures have to look for a new coach for next year. Dutchman Marink Reedijk is leaving the club and spent one season as coach of the Futures who played a mediocre season in the Challenger Pro League resulting in 12th place. Read more »