Anderlecht chairman Wouter Vandenhaute called a team meeting on Monday to discuss the club’s poor start to the season and to remind the players of their responsibilities.
The Pro League side have made a bad start to life under new manager Felice Mazzu, sitting ninth in the table after winning just three of their opening eight matches, losing four.
They have had some difficult opening fixtures, going up against Gent and Union, but the 2-1 defeat to Westerlo last time out was a cause for concern.
So much so that, according to Het Nieuwsblad, chairman Vandenhaute called a team meeting to discuss the team’s struggles with the players.
In said meeting, he apparently told them that the club had no doubts about Mazzu and reminded them of their responsibilities.
They reportedly asked about tactics and specifically the possibility of reverting to a four-man defence, but the manager has no plans to change the system.