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20 year-old Michael Vanderaerden, the son of Director Eric, has just signed a contract with the team. "We would like the team to take on more young riders, to help their development" the elder Vanderaerden told Sportwereld.
Although the 36 year-old Nico Mattan is busy planning his retirement, Vanderaerden would welcome the experienced Belgian to stay on for another year. "He can use his experience to guide the youngsters on the team," he explained.
Any talk of Frank Vandenbroucke joining the squad is not yet a possibility, according to manager Rudy Dubois. "If we find some regional Belgian sponsors that absolutely want him in the team, and then we can begin negotiations with him," Dubois said.