Chess notes, in spite of defeats that trainerswissel good for ADO


Chess notes, in spite of defeats that trainerswissel good for ADO

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Ruben Chess, notes that the trainerswissel has been good for ADO Den Haag, also already picked up the hekkensluiter of the Premier league still no points since the arrival of Alfons Groenendijk.

Sunday went to ADO at home is slightly down (0-1) at leader Feyenoord. It was the second game under Groenendijk, who sacked Zeljko Petrovic succeeded.

“But this is a defeat with perspective,” says Chess in conversation with NUsport. “We have agreed with each other that good football is a bonus. The most important thing is that we are hard to fight and that is what we did against Feyenoord. With some more luck had we a point to get caught.”

The 34-year-old attacker also sees to the training that the trainerswissel success. “Nothing to the detriment of Petrovic, but the arrival of a new coach gives all players a new chance, regardless of age and status. Also the players who were sitting on the sofa. Everyone is starting from scratch.”

“It’s as a result of that razor-sharp on on the training. Everyone wants to play. And the style of play is also something else. We work very hard and compact, which worked quite against Feyenoord.”

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Chess is, therefore, also convinced that ADO does not degrades. With eleven rounds to go, the gap on number seventeen Excelsior two points.

“Our player base is too good to demote. We also still plenty of opponents where we have points against. I therefore expect that we save.”

Chess hopes also that his old club Feyenoord champion. “Understand not wrong, I had them Sunday, like to hurt. But I give Feyenoord, of course, the title. I have five years played and went twice the second place with them. Hopefully, they are now first.”

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