Patrick Joosten, makes the season in the Race. The Kasteelclub if the attacker has half a year to FC Utrecht, for example, the End of Tuesday, well-known.
Joosten, connect directly to the Kasteelclub. Or the Race of an option to purchase stipulated in the contract, is not disclosed. Joosten has a at FC Utrecht is on an expiring contract.
“He is a multi-purpose player. It can be an attacking midfielder out of the camera, but also as a second striker,” says the technical director Henk van Stee, on the site of the Race.
“He is technically skilled and has the depth in the game. There was a lot of interest in him from other Premier league clubs, but we are happy that he is in for the Race and has chosen to contribute to the end of the season.”
Joosten was in FC Utrecht’s great to play to. In the Nijmegen-born attacker, it was mostly a substitute in the team of coach John van den Brom. In the last four games before the winter break, was missing, he was for some reason in the clash.
Patrick Joosten has played on the 27th of October, 2019 with the club FC Utrecht against the Race. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
The second winteraanwinst of the Race
This is the second time that Joosten is being loaned out by FC Utrecht. The Domstedelingen out of the 23-year-old could be in 2018 and for one season at VVV-Venlo, where he made a great impression on him, with six goals and six assists in the tournament.
Joosten’s second winteraanwinst of the Race. Earlier names of the city’s inhabitants, Michael’s Company is about to Fortuna Sittard, the netherlands. The Luxembourg full-has signed a contract until the middle of 2021 to the End, with the option of another season. Compared to the arrival of the duo, the departure of Halil Dervisoglu, to the Uk Brentford.
Sparta Rotterdam will have a paper to maintain it in the Premier league. The team of trainer Henk Fraser, who ended the season promoted to the top level, occupying the twelfth place and eight points above the degradatiestreep.
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