‘Mourinho is looking for weaknesses opponent, Bosz goes off of its own power’
Manchester United will be Wednesday night in the Europa League final against Ajax are waiting for the right moments to strike. That is the expectation of Wim Jonk, who, like Khalid Boulahrouz, a small victory for the Amsterdammers predicts.
“José Mourinho is a coach who is very strategic in thinking and always looking for the weaknesses of the opponent”, says old-following his departure to chelsea Jonk against NUsport. “Peter Bosz is a coach that goes out of its own quality and always looking for things to create.”
Jonk, that is until 2015, as head of youth at Ajax worked, expect that the spelbeeld in Stockholm determines will be by the divergent views of the trainers. “Ajax will of course try attacking play. Mourinho will try to find the right moments to strike.”
The former midfielder is expecting a 3-2 win for Ajax, and sees a decisive role for Ajax captain Davy Klaassen. “He is important in the high drukzetten and can be dangerous for the purpose.
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Khalid Boulzahrouz, like Jonk of oud-international, finds that the final was overshadowed by the attack in Manchester with wed night 22 people were killed.
“We were all looking forward to it. And then such a cowardly act, a terrorist attack by monsters, by cowards. An attack on children and on the total humanity,” says the former youth player of Ajax.
“This will definitely affect the players of Manchester United, and also on that of Ajax. I think this Manchester United even more will strengthen the field. But nevertheless, look we all a final while our thoughts still in Manchester.”
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“If I still have something to say about the match tonight, then I look forward to the clash between Kasper Dolberg and Marcus Rashford,” says the former defender. “Two young strikers with plenty of potential.”
“Rashford is lightning fast. Ajax must to short cover and the depth out of it.”
Boulahrouz expected a 2-1 victory for Ajax. “Anyway, go Dolberg or Bertrand Traoré to score. The other hit comes from a midfielder, because the defenders of United not dare to cover.”
The final between Ajax and Manchester United begins Wednesday evening at 20.45 hours, and is under the leadership of the Slovenian arbitrator Damir Skomina.