Derrick Luckassen disappointed in Anderlecht's current poor form

Derrick Luckassen disappointed in Anderlecht's current poor form

Dutch-born Ghanaian player Derrick Luckassen has exclaimed his disappointment in RSC Anderlecht's current poor league form in the Belgian Division A. 

Anderlecht find themselves 13th on the log having accumulated five points from eight matches played. 

Luckassen — who joined the club on a season-long loan from PSV Eindhoven this summer — reiterated how poor their form has been since Vincent Kompany took over the reins this season.

‘Trust the Process’ … We have been pushed through the throat for weeks, but apparently that also happens in Neerpede. “It was a difficult match”, he said after his side's 2-1 defeat to Club Brugge.

“After that quick equalizer, we came under too much pressure. Every time we won a duel, we lost the second or third ball. You can’t get out.”

“I really believe in the process. We are all doing well. We just have to start winning competitions.”

“I’m impressed. We do business on training that I’ve never seen before. We get tools that I didn’t even get at PSV.”

Luckassen made his full league debut on Sunday, September 22 in their defeat to Club Brugge.

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