News with tag "Interviews"


'Bayern want to pay 15 million euros for Duranville'

'Bayern want to pay 15 million euros for Duranville'

He has only played ten minutes in Anderlecht's first team, but his name has already been made. According to Walloon journalist Sacha Tavolieri, Bayern Munich have put down an offer of no less than 15 million euros to Anderlecht to bring Julian Duranville to Germany. Read more »

'Nielsen close to Anderlecht'

'Nielsen close to Anderlecht'

According to Spanish journalist Juanma Bellon, who follows Belgian soccer among other things, Casper Nielsen of Union is close to a transfer to Anderlecht. Bellon further reports that Anderlecht has made a nice offer to Felice Mazzu, but that he is now asking for some time to think about it. Read more »


"Debut Duranville reminded me of Lukaku"

Debut Duranville reminded me of Lukaku

At the beginning of this month he celebrated his 16th birthday, on Sunday he debuted in the first team of Anderlecht with a lot of flair. Julian Duranville's first minutes at the highest level did not go unnoticed. Youth coordinator Jean Kindermans watched him admiringly. "He immediately made his mark," he said. Read more »


Cullen: "Contract extension not ruled out"

Cullen: Contract extension not ruled out

Will Josh Cullen still be playing for Anderlecht next season? After the game against Club Brugge, the Irishman said that he will definitely start the preparation at Anderlecht. "And even a contract extension is not excluded," it sounded. Read more »

Kouamé: "I would like to stay"

Kouamé: I would like to stay

Christian Kouamé played his last game for Anderlecht against Club Brugge. However, the Ivorian striker would very much like to stay. "Where my future lies, I don't know. But if I can choose myself, I prefer to stay with Anderlecht." Read more »


Amuzu: "I have more self confidence"

Amuzu: I have more self confidence

Francis Amuzu is from Neerpede and he has a purple heart, he made very good Champion's Play-offs where he was decisive in several matches. He is satisfied with the period he is going through now, he feels he can play more freely. Read more »


Gomez nominated for 'Youngster of the Year'

Gomez nominated for 'Youngster of the Year'

The Pro League has announced three nominees for the 'Youngster of the Year' award. This award is given on the sidelines of the Professional Footballer of the Year. Sergio Gomez of Anderlecht is one of the three candidate winners. Read more »


"Exclusion Murillo was correct"

Exclusion Murillo was correct

'It is not that we ourselves thought otherwise for even a second, but still. The Professional Refereeing Department announces that Amir Murillo's exclusion Sunday against Union was "a correct decision." Read more »

'Anderlecht follows Tom Lawrence'

'Anderlecht follows Tom Lawrence'

The English newspaper Daily Mail reports that Anderlecht are closely following the performance of Tom Lawrence. Other clubs, including from the Premier League, also have the 28-year-old Welsh international on the radar. Read more »


Nagelsmann: "Zirkzee also interesting for other teams"

Nagelsmann: Zirkzee also interesting for other teams

It seems that Anderlecht will have to use all their powers of persuasion to convince Bayern Munich to stall Joshua Zirkzee in Brussels for another year. The German superpower realizes only too well that Zirkzee played a strong season. And they may want to cash in on that. Read more »



"This is entirely his own doing"

This is entirely his own doing

Proud grandfather Paul Van Himst stresses that he has not made things easier for grandson Amando Lapage who signed his first professional contract at RSC Anderlecht yesterday. "This is entirely his own merit." Read more »


"We hope to recover Van Crombrugge on Thursday"

We hope to recover Van Crombrugge on Thursday

Hendrik Van Crombrugge's back injury would be "not too serious" according to the coach. The goalkeeper was struggling with a blockage in the back and Vincent Kompany hopes to recover him on Thursday before the home game against Antwerp,.
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"The past few months were not always fun"

The past few months were not always fun

Hannes Delcroix was once again in the starting eleven yesterday after his knee surgery. It were difficult months for the defender, especially mentally it was sometimes heavy. Yesterday he immediately reached a high level that makes him dream of being selected for the Red Devils. Read more »


"Arnstad must now try to be the best more often"

Arnstad must now try to be the best more often

At his press conference in the run-up to the game against Antwerp, Vincent Kompany naturally received questions about Kristian Arnstad, man of the match against Club Brugge. The Anderlecht coach also saw a calm Arnstad this week and hopes he will stay for a few more years. Read more »


'Fenerbahçe goalkeeper Özer signs at Anderlecht'

'Fenerbahçe goalkeeper Özer signs at Anderlecht'

Turkish media report that 21-year-old goalkeeper Berke Özer has signed a contract with Anderlecht. Özer played thirteen league games for Fenerbahçe this season, but his contract expires there at the end of this season. The past two years he played for Westerlo. Read more »


Arnstad: "Too bad my parents didn't get there on time"

Arnstad: Too bad my parents didn't get there on time

Kristian Arnstad was the surprise of the chief against Club Brugge. It was his second time in the starting eleven, the first was a year and a half ago, also against Club Bruges. Then he wasn't ready yet. On Sunday, he played superbly and was voted 'man of the match'. "I can still do more," he sounded confident afterwards.
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Raman: "Difficult to stay motivated"

Raman: Difficult to stay motivated

Due to Joshua Zirkzee's injury, Benito Raman was allowed to come in at halftime on Sunday. Usually he only gets a quarter game to show himself. The latter is hard for him. "I'm glad that for once it was more than a quarter of an hour," he said afterwards. Read more »



Weiler: "Perfect time to start a new chapter"

Weiler: Perfect time to start a new chapter

René Weiler is currently active at the Japanese top club Kashima Antlers. Thousands of kilometres, however, do not stop him from following RSC Anderlecht. The Swiss was the last coach to win a prize with purple-white and now, with all his heart, he wishes them the cup.
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Verbeke: "Continue to invest in women's football"

Verbeke: Continue to invest in women's football

A few weeks ago, the news appeared that RSC Anderlecht was going to cut back the budget of the women's team. CEO Peter Verbeke now announces that this won't be the case, on the contrary, a complete new philosophy will be installed following the example of the youth. Read more »

ompany: "Have put a step forward".

ompany: Have put a step forward.

Vincent Kompany does not lose his cool easily, but after the win against KV Kortrijk, he screamed it out. And for once he also let his players celebrate exuberantly. CEO Peter Verbeke and chairman Wouter Vandenhaute got a heartfelt hug and dad Pierre Kompany also shared in the joy. Read more »



"Did my job well as captain"

Did my job well as captain

Captain Hendrik Van Crombrugge was without a chance against the penalty of KV Kortrijk but kept his team straight for the rest. He pulled his players along and gave them the chance to take home the three points. Read more »