Anderlecht started the new season with 13/21. Their ex-coach Hein Vanhaezebrouck had clearly expected a lot more, especially because of the easy program on paper. purple-white.
“Not a single opponent was in the first eight so far, they were almost all teams from the second column. Then you expect more”, he emphasizes. The newspapaer. Arnar Vidarsson then says in Extra Time: ‘Without all those goals against at the end of the game, they would have had six points more and were in the lead with 19/21.’ But I have to laugh a bit with that. “
Vanhaezebrouck finds this analysis nonsensical. “Then he forgets that Anderlecht didn’t deserve anything in the first match against KV Mechelen, that it came back 2-0 against KV Oostende and that it only kept the zero one more time. It is great that they have not lost yet, but even that. needs to be nuanced. Against the same teams they took 15/21 last season and now they have 13/21. So actually they have taken a step back. “
Vanhaezebrouck knows that things have to be improved a lot. “They have not yet been in the top four and that is a disappointment for me. I thought they would be further. But I see little progress in the team performance.”
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