News with tag "Interviews"


Bouchouari: "Interest from several clubs"


The chances of Mohamed Bouchouari returning to Anderlecht after a successful loan spell to Emmen are very slim. In an interview with Anderlecht-Online, the right back tells us that his manager is in contact with several clubs. Read more »

Debast: "European Championship U21? I would be honored"


While several of his teammates are enjoying some time off, Zeno Debast is preparing for international soccer in June. And he's looking forward to it. "Some extra matches would be good. Sitting at home in the recliner for so long and watching the playoffs on television is not for me." Read more »



"100 million euros needed to achieve ambition"

Won't there be a 'new' capital increase after all? Humo unpacks again this week with an article about Anderlecht's operations. According to sources within the club, the capital increase recently announced is not a new one, but is still part of the end 2021 capital increase. Read more »


Michez announces departure: "Time for new adventure"

Michez announces departure:

Two days after the last game of the RSCA Futures this season, Simion Michez announced his departure from Anderlecht. "After fifteen wonderful years, it's time to say goodbye," he writes on Instagram. "But wherever I am: Anderlecht will forever remain in my heart." Read more »


Wellenreuther: "No more new loans"


Timon Wellenreuther is looking for a club after this season to take him over permanently from Anderlecht. "In the summer I won't let myself be loaned out anymore," he told Sport1. The goalkeeper wants to go to a club that can offer him guarantees of playing opportunities. Read more »


'Anderlecht most concrete for Wlodarczyk'

'Anderlecht most concrete for Wlodarczyk'

According to Polish website Interia Sport, Anderlecht is the club showing the most concrete interest in striker Szymon Włodarczyk. The 20-year-old striker scored eight goals in the league this season. A lot of Western clubs come to scout him every week, it sounds.
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Midtjylland wants to keep Olsson: "Interesting player for us"

Midtjylland wants to keep Olsson:

In addition to Bogdan Mykhaylichenko, Kristoffer Olsson also seems to be able to permanently transfer to his loan club. Midtjylland director Svend Graversen says in the Danish press that his club would like to keep Olsson. "We rarely get the chance to bring in a player of that level," he said. Read more »


Fredberg: "Now we have the answers"


In the last part of his interview, CEO Jesper Fredberg talks about his disappointment, but also about his enormous motivation to be there again next year with Anderlecht and with a team that can compete for European soccer. Read more »

"Selling players will always be strategy of the club"

In his talk, CEO Sports Jesper Fredberg also announced that there will be changesin Brian Riemer's staff. Furthermore, he also mentioned that players who are ready for a step up can make that step. You can read part two of his interview on the club channels here. Read more »

Fredberg: "Evaluation has been made, now time to act"


In a more than 12-minute video interview on the club website, CEO Sports Jesper Fredberg addresses Anderlecht fans. He makes an analysis of the past months and looks ahead to what is to come. Anderlecht-Online types the whole interview. You can already read the first part here. Read more »


Riemer: "Our fate in our own hands, great"


Brian Riemer admitted to being shocked when he read the negative reactions about RSC Anderlecht from the Dutch press. On the other hand, it is an honor that they pay so much attention to us, Riemer informed. Now it comes down to seizing the opportunities tonight. Read more »

AZ: "Belief is there that we can put this right"


The day after AZ's 2-0 thrashing at Lotto Park, journalists across the border paid particular attention to the "shabby Anderlecht." That trend continues at AZ as well, as they continue to have full faith that they can rectify this and score enough goals to advance. Read more »

"Aggressive start"

 The pandering at Genk has apparently not crept into the minds of the players after all, says Anders Dreyer as well. Everyone is ready for tonight's match, according to the Dane it will come down to taking the chances they get. Read more »



Kompany: "No hard feelings"


Vincent Kompany is already assured of the Premier League with Burnley, tonight can add to that the Championship title. In an interview with RTBF, Kompany goes over the past few months, the Red Devils and RSC Anderlecht. Read more »

Verbruggen: "Nothing has been won yet"


The confrontation with AZ is doubly special for Bart Verbruggen, he can finally show himself to the Dutch and it is his first high-level match in the Netherlands. The goalkeeper also already received a lot of requests for tickets. Read more »

Debast: "It wasn't good enough"


Zeno Debast felt that RSC Anderlecht did play some good soccer at times against Genk although of course it was not enough. Fatigue is starting to set in but should also not be an excuse according to Debast.  Read more »

"Recovering for AZ now"

Lior Refaelov blames the loss against Genk on a lack of communication and concentration. It is now looking ahead to the game against AZ next Thursday and then afterwards giving everything again against KV Mechelen.  Read more »

Dreyer: "Nobody was on his level"


After the painful defeat at Genk, Anders Dreyer was allowed to come and explain it in front of Sporza's microphone. He did not mince his words. "Losing the way we did today, that should never be allowed," said the Dane.  Read more »


'Interest from Celta and from Italy for Murillo'

'Interest from Celta and from Italy for Murillo'

According to a Panamanian journalist, Amir Murillo is enjoying interest from Celta de Vigo and an unnamed club from the Italian Serie A. The brokerage firm Murillo works with, Sports Entertainment Group (SEG), is said to be expressly looking for a new challenge for Murillo, it sounds. Read more »

Duranville: "Saying goodbye to Anderlecht was hard"


On Borussia Dortmund's website, Julian Duranville spoke at length. Playing though, due to a muscle injury he suffered at Anderlecht, he did not yet play. "The decision to come there Dortmund was easy, saying goodbye to Anderlecht more difficult," he said. Read more »


Ait El Hadj: "I thought everything would happen by itself"

Ait El Hadj:

In an interview with Het Belang van Limburg today, Anouar Ait El Hadj looks back on his departure from Anderlecht. "That it went downhill is my own fault," he now realizes. El Hadj hoped to resurface under Vincent Kompany. Until the latter left. "I didn't fit into Mazzu's philosophy," he said. Read more »


Boeckx: "It feels good to choose for those I love"


In the newspapers today, Frank Boeckx explains why he is quitting his job as goalkeeper coach at Anderlecht. "I have to be there for those who need me the most: my wife and my children," he said. "My wife even had to arrange a babysitter when she wanted to go jogging one day." Read more »


"Based on first 70 minutes, a deserved win"

RSC Anderlecht went on to win with no surplus at Eupen, but the most important thing is the three points and the course to playoff 2 remaining stable. Benito Raman scored the only goal and is happy with the win that was deserved based on the first 70 minutes.
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'Anderlecht wants 17 million euros for Verbruggen'

'Anderlecht wants 17 million euros for Verbruggen'

The English newspaper The Sun writes that Burnley wants to make another attempt to bring Bart Verbruggen to England next summer. However, it will have to dig deep into its pockets to do so. The newspaper believes that Anderlecht wants 15 million pounds (17 million euros) for its goalkeeper. Read more »