The revelation of the season at Anderlecht, it could be him: “I take a lot of inspiration from what he does, I talk to him after every match” – Tout le foot

The revelation of the season at Anderlecht, it could be him: “I take a lot of inspiration from what he does, I talk to him after every match” – Tout le foot
The revelation of the season at Anderlecht, it could be him: “I take a lot of inspiration from what he does, I talk to him after every match” – Tout le foot

Robbie Ure impressed with RSCA Futures last season. As a reward, the Scottish striker has been handed a three-year contract extension and will gradually be integrated into the first-team squad.

Robbie Ure has proven to be a great opportunity for the Mauves. Trained at Rangers, he chose not to renew his contract in Scotland. Thus, Anderlecht was able to get him for free and the young striker immediately seduced in the Challenger Pro League.

Even in the few times he trained with the first team last season, he made a strong impression. The 20-year-old now becomes the third striker in the first team, having signed a contract extension for the next three seasons. Robbie Ure, who scored in the first two friendlies, gave his first interview on the channel Mauve TV.

Robbie Ure, the new revelation of Lotto Park?

Asked about his goals, he was clear. “I want to play more games and continue to improve every day. I also want to score my first goal for the Anderlecht first team. My dream is to play in the Champions League and become an international for my country.”

He has already had the opportunity to train with his ‘competitors’ on several occasions. Kasper Dolberg is particularly a role model for him.

“Dolberg inspires me. I see him training every day and he reaches such a level. His ball control and finishing are incredible. After the matches, I talk to him. I ask him what was difficult and how he solved those problems. I try to learn as much as possible from him,” Ure concludes.

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