Ajax-trainer Bosz will find it particular to return to Vitesse
Peter Bosz will find it to say that particular Sunday as a trainer of Ajax to return to Vitesse, the club where he is in the past, both as a coach and as a player for the contest.
“I got there as a trainer for two and a half years, sat down, and as a footballer with four years played. All in all, it started there and I have a very nice time as a trainer had”, said Bosz Friday in front of the camera of Ajax TV.
The 53-year-old Apeldoorner has a high cap on his old employer. “Vitesse is, in any case, one of the better teams in the Premier league. I find that they are a good team.”
“They have this season is actually changing performance. They have a phase in which they are underperforming and also a phase in which they performed very well. They also have Feyenoord in the cup off. It is just a good team, especially in home matches also good football shows, with a number of very good players.”
Bosz is expected that Vitesse Sunday revenge and wants to take it for the 1-2 defeat from last week on their own field against Willem II. “That loss gives me a bit of the changing of the performance of Vitesse.”
Bosz is not going to adapt to Vitesse. “We’re just going our own game play. We do that everywhere and we have Thursday in Poland against Legia Warsaw (0-0). We’re going to Vitesse, and then we will see who is the best.”
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The chances are that Bosz Sunday weather can have on Joël Veltman. Play the match with Legia Warsaw to miss due to illness.
“It was on the day of the match a bit better with Joel. But that was not enough, so we expect him in the next two days will be able to recover and then we’ll see how he is Sunday.”
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Vitesse is doing everything to make Arnold Kruiswijk get fit for the confrontation with Ajax. The defender is on the way back after an injury and is training again with the group, but for trainer Henk Fraser remains to be seen, or Kruiswijk, the race of Sunday. “Perhaps Arnold can be used,” said Fraser Friday.
The coach put against Willem II mercenary Kevin Diks in the left rear in place of the absent Kruiswijk. Diks moves Sunday probably to the right, where the suspended Kelvin Leerdam is missing. If Kruiswijk the competition do not pick up, then beckons a debut in the Premier league for the 18-year-old Lassana Faye.
Fraser must be central in the back also appoint an alternate for the injured Maikel van der Werff. Probably is that Matt Miazga, who him against Willem II already came to redeem.
Vitesse-Ajax starts on Sunday at 14.30 in the Gelredome, and is headed by referee Kevin Blom. The Amsterdammers have as number two of the Premier league, five points behind leader Liverpool. The people from arnhem to occupy the seventh place in the rankings.
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