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 19-04-2019 

Kindermans: "I am not worried about their talent"

Kindermans:

Michaël Verschueren promised more youth in the starting eleven. They would certainly get more credit from the supporters. Jean Kindermans warns that not too much can be expected from the youth: "Don't expect that they will immediately defuse the crisis." Read more »


"Together we will get stronger"

These are currently turbulent times for and at RSC Anderlecht. The club has turned to its supporters through its official site. To keep the message of the chairman and the sporting director truthful, we have taken over the full message. "Together we come out stronger... To get back where we belong: at the top." Read more »


Verschueren: "Looking for a coach who believes in our philosophy"

Verschueren:

Karim Belhocine is currently taking on the role of head coach. This gives the board the necessary time to look for a new coach for next season. Sporting director Michael Verschueren believes that RSCA should look for a coach who believes in the philosophy of the club. That does not necessarily have to be a big name Read more »


 16-04-2019 

Verschueren: "After rain comes sunshine"

Verschueren:

Michael Verschueren has taken his responsibility over the past few days and will continue to do so. The sporting director holds the courage and despite the recent events he remains positive: "After rain always comes sunshine." Read more »




 15-04-2019 

"It could be worse, believe me"

A match that is stopped by flares, we don't see it often in Belgium and certainly not from RSC Anderlecht. In the meantime, the images go around the world and yet things could get worse, says an anonymous member of the hard core of purple-white. Read more »


 14-04-2019 


 12-04-2019 

Hanni: "I've been thinking about returning"

Hanni:

Hein Vanhaezebrouck wanted to bring Sofiane Hanni back to provide the necessary creativity. In Het Nieuwsblad, the attacking midfielder admits that there have been discussions about this between his club Spartak Moscow and Anderlecht. "My heart wanted a return," said the Algerian.
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Nkaka: "I want a fair chance"

Nkaka:

Aristote Nkaka will be Anderlecht's first summer transfer. But only a few people would like to see the Ostend midfielder coming. "Sgining at Anderlecht was a childhood dream. But if they don't want me, they should tell me honestly," says Nkaka. Read more »


 10-04-2019 

"I keep believing that we can still straighten it out"

Michel Verschueren knows what it's like to calm down disappointed, angry supporters. He had warned his son about it, but he hadn't thought that Verschueren's junior was going to get involved with it so quickly. Mister Michel, however, does not want to give up hope: "I continue to believe that we will straighten our back." Read more »


Trebel: "We understand the fans"

Trebel:

Adrien Trebel took a seat next to Michael Verschueren. The Frenchman does not want to hide himself and takes his responsibility. He repeated what he said Sunday, there is understanding for the supporters' response. He immediately protected Fred Rutten: "We are on the pitch, not the trainer." Read more »



 09-04-2019 

Mbokani: "I'm not closing the door for Anderlecht"

Mbokani:

To score as a player of the visiting team and to receive applause from the home crowd. It happened to Dieumerci Mbokani at RSC Anderlecht. The supporters would like to see him return to Purple & White and Dieumerci himself doesn't immediately say no.
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Trebel: "Anderlecht-unworthy"

Trebel:

Adrien Trebel was deeply disappointed, at least he had hoped for one point, but it became zero again. The Frenchman also expresses nothing but understanding for the supporters' reaction: "What we bring is simply unworthy of Anderlecht." Read more »


Deschacht: "Give Coucke some more time"

Deschacht:

Olivier Deschacht was a guest at Sports Late Night. Remarkably, he stood up for chairman Marc Coucke. Deschacht also points out that not only the chairman made a mistake and that Hein Vanhaezebrouck did that as well.
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Rutten: "All understanding for anger fans"

Rutten:

Fred Rutten does not get this team on track either. At his press conference after the match against Antwerp, the Dutchman said that his club deserved more than a defeat and that he understood the discontent of the fans. "If I had a season ticket, I would also be deeply disappointed." Read more »


Bolasie: "Not the system as hoped for"

Bolasie:

On Thursday against Club Brugge he was still swirling, but Yannick Bolasie did not succeed against Antwerp. "Our pace was far too low. Players like Verschaeren and myself can only use our qualities if the ball goes around quickly." Read more »


Najar: "Must continue to fight for European ticket"

Najar:

Andy Najar has been playing for RSC Anderlecht for six years now, but he has never experienced this. The Honduran admits that this is one of the most difficult periods since he is playing for the Purple & White, but he wants to continue to fight for that European ticket. Read more »


 08-04-2019 

Kara: "I understand the supporters"

Kara:

The supporters have had enough and Kara Mbodji can understand their displeasure. The only thing the players now have to do is work hard and accept criticism, according to the Senegalese. Read more »


Gerkens: "A lesson in efficiency"

Gerkens:

Pieter Gerkens scored the opening goal for his team, but he didn't win much with it. RSC Anderlecht are in a downward spiral and now also sees European football disappearing more and more. High time to reverse the situation. Read more »


Supporters have had enough: "Coucke out"

Supporters have had enough:

They have remained calm for a long time, but yesterday the fans had enough. The supporters gathered in front of the main entrance and shouted "Shame on You" and "Coucke out". The loss against Antwerp was too much, because the fans are also seeing European football disappear from the scene next season Read more »



 07-04-2019 

Lamkel Zé: "I wanted to sign at Anderlecht right away"

Lamkel Zé:

At Antwerp, it is looking forward to see Didier Lamkel Zé. The 22-year-old turbulent water came to Europe six years ago at the initiative of Anderlecht from Cameroon. "The first professional game I ever attended was the champion's game of Anderlecht against Zulte Waregem in 2013," he looks back. Read more »




 06-04-2019 

"Didillon needs our support now"

Just like against Racing Genk, Thomas Didillon also formed the basis of the first goal of the opponent Thursday. Fred Rutten has not yet had a conversation with the goalkeeper. Didillon now mainly needs support and trust according to the coach. Read more »


Rutten: "Mentally, things are good"

Rutten:

According to coach Fred Rutten, the group did not dwell on Thursday's loss for too long. There are also no physical victims, apart from a few minor aches and pains, but that is normal after a match. But mentally, the group is ready for Sunday's game. Read more »


"Not Anderlecht, but a bunch of ballerinas"

Thomas Radzinski was present at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium on Thursday to kick off the match against Club Brugge. What he saw afterwards still hits him with surprise. "My purple-white heart is bleeding," he said after the game.
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 05-04-2019