FC Utrecht, trainer-John van den Brom, despite the 1-1-draw against Zrinjski hope to be in the third qualifying round of the Europa League, but to pick it up. The new coach saw his team condition to be much stronger than it was in the same way.
“They were in the second half, and with the woods around it,” said Van den Brom, on the site of the football club Utrecht, the netherlands. “This is what we have in return, however, benefit from it.”
The former coach of Vitesse, Anderlecht, AZ, saw his first match on the bench for Utrecht and his team after a 34-minute behind was Miljan Govedarica. Asked after the peace was signed at Gyrano a Church with a great ball in for the equalizer, but despite several good chances it stayed there.
“We are, of course, is better than its opponent. We have two games to show it’s all about”, continued Van den Brom, and optimistic.
“Today, we had the opportunity to take the game to our side, but we don’t have that advantage. Next week we are going to just have to create opportunities. The tegengoal we have nothing to give away. I am now looking forward to its return on investment.”
Van den Brom, instructs his players during a drinkpauze. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
Van den Brom is called hometown audience ‘fantastic!’
Van den Brom was under the impression, from the Utrecht general public, that is, in the summer, with 17,000 men to the might of Stadium Galgenwaard was. “It was a great first experience with the hometown audience. Not only is it behind the goal, but the entire stadium is alive with them. Very impressive to see,” praised Van den Brom.
“Because of the heat, the boys were on the field and, of course, be weary of. However, if the audience is there, then, as a stand-in for the second half, you have that fatigue is immediately taken into account.”
On Thursday at 19: 00, the return is to be in Mostar. Three days later, it starts for FC Utrecht in the Eredivisie with an away game against ADO Den Haag, club, where, From the Hum in the season 2010/2011 he was.
New york-coach Van den Brom saw the Zrinjski players ‘in the bushes, falling over,’