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Coucke explains how ‘man of 8 million Sanneh at Anderlecht ended up: ‘Please, other names, we asked. But he insisted on two options

Belgian football Anderlecht-chairman Marc Coucke was tonight a guest in One-talk, ‘Van Gils & Guests’. The entrepreneur had the like in our weekendkrant especia

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Coucke explains how ‘man of 8 million Sanneh at Anderlecht ended up: ‘Please, other names, we asked. But he insisted on two options
Belgian football Anderlecht-chairman Marc Coucke was tonight a guest in One-talk, ‘Van Gils & Guests’. The entrepreneur had the like in our weekendkrant especially about the difficult period the purple and white going through. One of the exponents of the malaise is the transfer of Bubacarr Sanneh. Coucke explained how the " man of 8 million’, which is already months languishes on the bench in Anderlecht ended up.

“I think That's a good example,” said Coucke when Lieven Van Gils the name of Sanneh on the table threw. “A certain ex-coach (Coucke referring to Hein Vanhaezebrouck, ed.) said recently: "the transfer is me imposed and the chairman has to decide.’ But what happened? We needed an extra central defender is needed and then came our scouting - which used to be enormously neglected was - with a number of names come up. We had a total of five names. One defender, we had absolutely necessary and, of course, is the the coach (at that time Vanhaezebrouck) that the knot say.”

“The coach was given that five names submitted, and he identified two that he wanted. ‘The other three: no way .’ The one defender was a player from the French second division, for whom she twelve asked, and the other was Sanneh, twelve million. Those were his choices. Fifty times - for about every day or two to three times a day you come together - we have the coach, the other names still submitted. There was, for example, someone who is now in the Ligue 1, every match plays and half of the times ‘Man of the Match’. Terrible. The coach said every time ‘no’ ‘then I must be a defensive play, or I must be too low to play’: such things he took on.”

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