News with tag "Interviews"


"Slimani has profile we were still missing"

Islam Slimani is the striker Anderlecht got on Deadline Day. Coach Brian Riemer and CEO Sports Jesper Fredberg both said  that they fully believe in the Algerian's added value. "He has qualities that we were still missing at that position," Riemer said. Read more »

Riemer: "Extremely unprofessional of Nottingham"


Anderlecht failed to get a left-back during the mercato, however Englishman Harry Toffolo stood with more than a leg and a half at Lotto Park. "At 11, there was still an agreement, but due to, in my opinion, extreme unprofessionalism from Nottingham, Harry was called back," coach Brian Riemer says. Read more »

No clarity on Refaelov yet

No clarity on Refaelov yet

While it is already decided that Adrien Trebel's contract will not be renewed, there is still no certainty about Lior Refaelov's future. CEO Sports Jesper Fredberg told Today that talks are ongoing with the player and his enthourage. Read more »


Fredberg: 'No new contract Trebel'

Fredberg: 'No new contract Trebel'

The decision has been made: Adrien Trebel will not get a new contract at Anderlecht. CEO Sports Jesper Fredberg told that today in talks with the press. "A new contract is not an option," it sounds. According to Fredberg, there are several reasons. "His salary is one, but he also does not fit into our sporting plans." Read more »


'Deal complete: Hoedt to Watford for 2.5 years'

'Deal complete: Hoedt to Watford for 2.5 years'

The English webste The Athletic and Dutch Voetbal International report that Anderlecht and Watford have reached an agreement on the transfer of Wesley Hoedt. The defender can sign a 2.5-year contract with the number three from the English second division. Read more »

Verbruggen: "Mixed feelings"


Bart Verbruggen once again stood firm defending his goal against Antwerp. Especially in the second half, he kept his team upright three times. The goalkeeper looks back on the match with mixed feelings, he believes there was more in it.  Read more »



'Hoedt permanent transfer to Watford'

'Hoedt permanent transfer to Watford'

Anderlecht might have managed to get rid of Wesley Hoedt permanently after all. The Watford Observer reports that the Dutch defender will make a permanent transfer to Watford and thus will not be loaned out. Read more »

"Agyei asks for 500,000 euros a year"

A few days ago, it became known that Enock Agyei might move to Standard. The 18-year-old striker is end of contract in June. Brussels medium Bruzz's podcast Radio Radzinski now reveals that Agyei asked Anderlecht for a salary of €500,000 a year. Read more »


Riemer: "Amuzu can win Golden Boot one day"


Chairman Wouter Vandenhaute, CEO sports Jesper Fredberg and coach Brian Riemer are attending tonight's Golden Boot gala on behalf of Anderlecht. The latter two also spoke briefly to the press upon their arrival. Among other things, Riemer spoke about Fabio Silva's departure. Read more »

'Duranville medical tests at Dortmund tomorrow'

'Duranville medical tests at Dortmund tomorrow'

Julien Duranville will undergo medical tests at Borussia Dortmund tomorrow. If these go well, he will sign a contract with the German club afterwards. L'Equipe reports. According to the French sports newspaper, Anderlecht will catch €8.5 million, plus €3 million in bonuses. Read more »




Riemer: "No discussion between myself and Silva"


Normally there was no press conference scheduled today but Brian Riemer wanted to take some time to talk to the press anyway, especially to explain the "Silva" case. The coach immediately stressed that he and the striker have not had any discussion but that Silva mainly wants to leave RSC Anderlecht himself. Read more »


Riemer: "I am ashamed"


We almost dare not to write it, but it is effectively true, Sunday RSC Anderlecht awaits a relegation topper against Seraing. Coach Brian Riemer was honestly harsh after the match: "I am embarrassed". Read more »

"It has to get better"

Yari Verschaeren may have imagined it differently when he re-signed last summer. But the facts cannot be denied, for Verschaeren there is also only one solution, winning against Seraing on Sunday. Read more »


Riemer: "There's always pressure here"


It's a bit weird to have to write this, but RSC Anderlecht must win tonight to avoid sinking towards relegation. Brian Riemer doesn't feel stressed by that fact anymore: "There is always pressure here," he lets on. Read more »


Debast: "Confidence boost"


Zeno Debast was more than on level against Club Brugge, he was therefore satisfied with his match. Debast sees the draw mainly as a confidence boost because everyone kept going for it until the end. Read more »

"Wouter is superfan, everyone has to realise that"

Jan Vertonghen is honest and thinks RSC Anderlecht should be happy with 1 point because there really wasn't much more in it. The red devil also spoke up for non-executive chairman Wouter Vandenhaute: "He really has the best intentions for the club and is a super fan, everyone has to realize that." Read more »


"I'm hungry to play for such a big club"

In a short video on Anderlecht's social media, Anders Dreyer talks for the first time as an Anderlecht player. "The logo and the three stars: I know what that means. It's a big responsibility when you wear this shirt and enter the stadium," he says. Read more »

"Video message is the easy way"

Wouter Vandenhaute is taking a step back, or at least he would have said so in his video message. A video message that is not good received by supporters and analysts. All think it is the easy way, that way he should not answer critical questions.  Read more »


Vandenhaute: "No one is bigger than the club"


Wouter Vandenhaute has come out with several video messages, in which he admits, among other things, that perhaps he should have tried harder to keep Vincent Kompany at the club longer after all. "Nobody is bigger than the club," Vandenhaute concludes. Read more »

Riemer: "I look forward"


Brian Riemer does not immediately have the ideal conditions to start the topper against Club Brugge at the Jan Breydel Stadium. The supporters are angry and, on top of that, they are also not allowed to attend the match as punishment for the disturbances at Standard. Read more »

Dreyer was also on radar at Brentford

Dreyer was also on radar at Brentford

Coach Brian Riemer looked ahead to the game against Club Brugge yesterday. The arrival of Dane Anders Dreyer was also discussed. He is no stranger to Riemer by the way. He already worked with him in youth training. Read more »


Bellmann: "My goal? The first team"


At Swedish newspaper Fotbollskanalen, Henrik Bellmann explains why he chose an adventure at the RSCA Futures. "It was a fantastic opportunity to come to such a big club. It's a great challenge to show what I can do." Read more »