News with tag "Interviews"


"There is more peace internally"

Play-Off 1 remains a must for the board, but things will have to turn around urgently. However, according to Vincent Kompany, the internal pressure is not as big as the outside world thinks. He knew beforehand that it was going to be a difficult story. Read more »


"I expect a reaction from my team"

Vincent Kompany keeps repeating it every week, the intensity at training is high and that was no different the past week. The coach also expects a reaction from his players against KV Kortrijk. The week has already started well with a victory against Oud-Heverlee Leuven last Monday. Read more »

Januzaj: "Maybe one day I go back to Anderlecht"


Vincent Kompany appears to be emerging as a trendsetter. After Romelu Lukaku, Adnan Januzaj now also tells that he wants to return to the club of his youth one day. "I often watch Anderlecht games. It remains the biggest club in Belgium." Read more »


"Don't be too impatient: those goals will come"

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. Read more »

"It wasn't good enough"

Vincent Kompany has always stayed calm, even with the previous victories, now it becomes clear why. The coach is also honest: "We won a point" and "Cercle earned more". Then focus on the match against Kortrijk because it needs to be much better. Read more »


Frutos: "I'll be back one day"


Yesterday was the last match with Nicolas Frutos sitting on the bench at RSC Anderlecht. Now, he will go to DC United. In Het Laatste Nieuws he says goodbye to the club and the supporters. A provisional farewell which Frutos concludes with the words: "I'll be back one day". Read more »


"Francis still has a big progression margin"

Francis Amuzu currently doesn't have a lot of statistics, but with every game he becomes more and more important. Vincent Kompany is not a man of statistics. What he mainly sees is that Amuzu still has a lot of progression margin. Read more »

"Cercle difficult to assess"

Besides long-term injured Yari Verschaeren and Hendrik Van Crombrugge, Vincent Kompany can count on a fully fit team. On Sunday, the opponent in the quarter finals of the Belgian Cup, Cercle Brugge, awaits. Read more »


Kompany: "Had hoped for Club Bruges or Standard"


Vincent Kompany always remains his cool self, even after a 0-5 victory over Union. In the next round, RSC Anderlecht will meet Cercle Bruges, Sunday's opponent. Kompany had hoped for Club Brugge or Standard, because they will be an opponent anyway if they go through.. Read more »

Cullen: "We handle it professionally"


Every match it is clear how important Josh Cullen is for RSC Anderlecht. Also on Thursday he fulfilled more than his task and cleared the balls of the opponent. It is no surprise to the Irishman that Anderlecht have won with clear figures from Union. Read more »


"In the summer we have to sell a key player"

Etienne Davignon talks openly and honestly in an interview with Het Laatste Nieuws about the financial situation of RSC Anderlecht. There will certainly not be a bankruptcy, but perhaps the club will have to sell a key player again next summer to bring in money. Read more »


"Don't look too far ahead"

RSC Anderlecht performed well against Genk, but Albert Sambi Lokonga does not want to look too far ahead. The captain still sees work points such as the match before. In any case, there were plenty of opportunities. Read more »

Ait El Hadj: "This makes me proud"

Ait El Hadj:

Man of the match Anouar Ait El Hadj, crowned his beautiful performance with a goal. And a nice one as well. It was a funny sight on TV, Paul Onuachu towered over Ait El Hadj, but that didn't bother the midfielder, his job was to disturb Onuachu. Read more »


Frutos: "This was a very difficult choice"


Next Sunday, during the match against Cercle Brugge, Nicolas Frutos will be sitting on the bench of RSC Anderlecht for the last time. Afterwards he moves to the United States: "A very difficult choice", Frutos admits. Read more »


Lawrence: "It's the moment of truth"


Kemar Lawrence arrived at RSC Anderlecht a year ago. In the meantime, he has already been through a lot personally, which led to a long absence at Neerpede. But the left back is now back and only wants to take points with the Purple & White. Read more »


"A Brussels derby! Nice!"

Anouar Ait El Hadj was again an important player against FC Luik. Match after match, the midfielder is increasingly finding his way around and is playable. He is also looking forward to next week, when RSC Anderlecht will play the next round against Union. Read more »



"Do everything to get points"

Vincent Kompany is not disappointed with how his team plays, but is about the results, because in the end it is what counts. The coach now wants to focus on the remaining nine games to get as many points as possible and finish in the first four. Read more »

"Focus on the next game"

RSC Anderlecht could do a good thing in the rankings in case of a victory, but again missed that opportunity. Hannes Delcroix does not want to dwell on the missed opportunity and already focus on the next match: the cup match against FC Liège. Read more »

"Disappointed with the result"

Anouar Ait El Hadj is disappointed with the result, yet he felt that his team did well. The finish in the sixteen remains problematic and RSC Anderlecht has a harder time against a team that defends low. Read more »

"I couldn't offer Vlap any guarantees"

Vincent Kompany gave a word of explanation yesterday about thedeparture of Michel Vlap. The Dutchman took his medical tests yesterday and will play on a rental basis at Arminia Bielefeld in Germany until the end of the season. No purchase option is provided. Read more »