Hein Vanhaezebrouck after a year had to leave again at Anderlecht.
The 54-year-old Belgian worked a little more than a year for the Belgian top club.
Anderlecht remains a problem in Belgium
In the competition took home Purple and White at Cercle Brugge already the sixth defeat (2-1). The team from Brussels is on the fourth place, eleven points behind leader Racing Genk.
Leader Genk benefits of slip competitors
Last season ended Anderlecht as a third, making it in addition to a ticket for the Champions League handle. The Belgians had to settle for the Europa League, but that tournament is already disabled. Anderlecht is also in the Belgian cup tournament kicked.
“The team gets to little points in the Belgian league and in the Cup of Belgium and in the Europe League, we are too early turned off,” says Michael Verschueren, recently the technical director in Brussels. “We hope that the tide can quickly return.” The clubleiding hopes in the short term, a successor for Vanhaezebrouck to be able to present.
Vanhaezebrouck led AA Gent in 2015 for the first time to the Belgian title. The Belgian stepped up at the end of september last year, in Ghent, because he was at Anderlecht at the start wanted to go. He knew the most successful club of Belgium, however, not to a price, to help.