List of R.S.C. Anderlecht managers

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This is a list of R.S.C. Anderlecht managers from 1920 when the first manager was appointed, to the present day.[1]

Managers[edit]

Name Nationality Anderlecht career Matches Honours
Sylva Brébart  Belgium 1920–22 51 Promotion to First Division (3rd in Promotion in 1920–21)
Charles Bunyan, Sr.  England 1922 0 In charge for 10 days before dying
Charles Bunyan, Jr.  England 1922–25 78 Promotion to First Division (1st in Promotion in 1923–24)
Lee Thomas  England 1926–28[2] 55 Promotion to Premier Division (2nd in First Division in 1926–27)
Florimond Plasch  Belgium 1928–31 78 Promotion to Premier Division (2nd in First Division in 1928–29)
Ferdinand Adams  Belgium 1930–32[3] and 1940–43[4] 65
Maurice Versé  Belgium 1931–33 52
Charles Gilis  Belgium 1932–35[3] and 1935–36 46 Promotion to Premier Division (1st in First Division in 1934–35)
Claude Leclercq  Belgium 1933–34[5] 32
Ernest Churchill Smith  Ireland 1936–39 and 1948–50 138 2 Premier Division titles in 1948–49 and 1949–50
Robert Wijckaert  Belgium 1939–45[4] 162
Emile Defevere  Belgium 1939–45[4] 178
Paul Schuppen  Belgium 1945–46[6] 6
John Kennedy  England 1946 14
McLaren  England 1946 8
Georges Perino  France 1946–48 58 The first Premier Division title of RSC Anderlecht in 1946–47
Bill Gormlie  England 1950–59 294 5 First Division titles in 1950–51, 1953–54, 1954–55, 1955–56 and 1958–59
Arnould De Raeymaeker  Belgium 1959–60[6] and 1968[6] 43
Pierre Sinibaldi  France 1960–66 and 1969–71 293 4 First Division titles in 1961–62, 1963–64, 1964–65 and 1965–66 and 1 Cup in 1964–65
Andras Beres  Hungary /  Belgium 1966–68 59 1 First Division title in 1966–67
Norberto Höfling  Romania /  Belgium 1968–69 22
Hippolyte Van Den Bosch  Belgium 1971[6] and 1972–73[6] 29 1 Cup in 1972–73
Georg Keßler  West Germany 1971–72 58 1 First Division title in 1971–72 and 1 Cup in 1971–72
Urbain Braems  Belgium 1973–75 and 1979–80 127 1 First Division title in 1973–74 and 1 Cup in 1974–75
Hans Croon  Netherlands 1975–76 51 1 Cup in 1975–76 and 1 European Cup Winners' Cup in 1975–76
Raymond Goethals  Belgium 1976–79, 1988–89 and 1995[6] 213 2 Cups in 1987–88 and 1988–89 and 1 European Cup Winners' Cup in 1977–78 and 2 UEFA Super Cups in 1976 and 1978
Tomislav Ivic  Yugoslavia 1980–82 94 1 First Division title in 1980–81
Paul Van Himst  Belgium 1982–85 155 1 First Division title in 1984–85, 1 Belgian Supercup in 1985 and 1 UEFA Cup in 1982–83
Martin Lippens  Belgium 1985–86[6] and 1988–89 69 2 Cups in 1987–88 and 1988–89
Jean Dockx  Belgium 1985–86,[6] 1995,[6] 1997[6] and 1998–99 36
Arie Haan  Netherlands 1986–87 and
Dec 1997–Sept 98
100 2 First Division titles in 1985–86 and 1986–87
Georges Leekens  Belgium 1987–88 32 1 Belgian Supercup in 1987
Aad de Mos  Netherlands 1989–92 141 1 First Division title in 1990–91
Luka Peruzovic  Yugoslavia 1992–93 26
Johan Boskamp  Netherlands 1993–95 and 1995–97 198 3 First Division titles in 1992–93, 1993–94 and 1994–95, 1 Cup in 1993–94 and 1 Belgian Supercup in 1993
Herbert Neumann  Germany 1995 4
René Vandereycken  Belgium July 1997–Dec 97 20
Franky Vercauteren  Belgium 1998–99 and
Feb 2005–Nov 07
156 2 First Division titles in 2005–06 and 2006–07 and 2 Belgian Supercups in 2006 and 2007
Aimé Anthuenis  Belgium 1999–July 2 141 2 First Division titles in 1999–2000 and 2000–01 and 2 Belgian Supercups in 2000 and 2001
Hugo Broos  Belgium July 2002–Feb 05 126 1 First Division title in 2003–04
Ariel Jacobs  Belgium Nov 2007–May 12 175 2 First Division titles in 2009–10 and 2011–12, 1 Cup title in 2007-08 and 1 Belgian Supercup in 2010
John van den Brom  Netherlands July 2012–present 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gallez, Marcel; Serkijn, Johan (2008). Le dictionnaire du RSC Anderlecht (tome 2). Magnad. ISBN 978-2-9600723-3-4. 
  2. ^ No manager was appointed during the 1925–26 season
  3. ^ a b Served as trainer during this period
  4. ^ a b c During the 1941–42 and 1942–43 seasons 3 managers were working together: Ferdinand Adams, Robert Wijckaert and Emile Defevere. Before the next season, Ferdinand Adams left the trio and Robert Wijckaert left before the 1945–46 season.
  5. ^ After Claude Leclercq was sacked during the 1934–35 season, a committee used to select the players until the end of the season
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Served as caretaker manager.