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Johan Wallem stops working as Anderlecht women's coach after one season |  Women's Super League

Johan Wallem stops working as Anderlecht women’s coach after one season | Women’s Super League

Wall had no experience as a women’s soccer coach when he was announced as the successor to Patrick Wachel. He immediately signed a multi-year contract in Anderlecht. But it will be a year. He made this choice himself.

“I had a great time as a coach for the women’s team,” Willem says on the club’s website. “It was a new experience for me, I learned a lot from it and I am very grateful to my group for that.”

After years of dominance, Anderlecht has faced more competition this season from OH Leuven, among others. But Purple and White are once again close to winning the title and will also play the cup final against Standard in May.

“I still want to do everything in my power to finish the season by doubling. After that my turn is over, but I am 100% convinced of the potential of this team and the vision the club has for the future.”

There is no successor yet, but the name of Gent coach Dave Matthews is mentioned here and there.

“We want to broaden Anderlecht’s entire philosophy of women’s football by focusing more on the recruitment and development of young talent,” said CEO Peter Verbeke. “The club’s goal is to increase professionalism, expand and continue to put women’s football on the map.”

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