TOP-Oss, the netherlands-goalkeeper Ronald Koeman jr, has regretted the manner in which he has the title to City in the second round of the TOTO, THE Cup in fourth place. The club, in the Kitchen, Champion, Division, and won only after a penalty shoot-out of the amateurclub, and that it provided the necessary discharge to the keeper.
Roland Bergkamp missed his penalty kick, on behalf of the Resort, which Believes Susan is a decisive penalty on his lap. Koeman celebrated the win after normal time it was still 0-0 in the City – by small means, in the face of the failure of Susan to be happy.
“This is where I make my excuses to offer,” said the 24-year-old Koeman following the game at FOX Sports. “I was just in the mood. So, I’m really not, but I was a bit stressed out by the audience in front of me. I should not really be a part of it.”
Even though the son of a coach, Ronald Koeman has no kick and was stopped, and the two efforts from outside posts stood, he could look back on a strong match. “I’m fine to play. In the first half, I had a great salvation, and the high-balls and after a rest was good for me. I am very happy with it.”
The players are on TOP of Oss, the netherlands, to celebrate the bekerzege in the City. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
Susan: ‘Are lot of students along the way”
Village leader, Susan, who, to his shirt, out of disappointment, his head went when he made his attempt with a meter saw, was following the race on the way from the cheer of Koeman. He regretted particularly that he put his head cool and managed to keep up.
“I’ve had a lot of penalties taken, and have not missed much in my life…. It’s a zekerheidje”, expected, Susan (who, in daily life, response to. “I have to be a Wednesday just to go back to work. There were a lot of students down the side, and I have to teach, so the grapes are still sour.”
The resort, which plays in the Second Division, which was in the first round of the cup is still too much for Flevo Boys. TOP-Oss, the netherlands, survived the first round by the derdedivisionist Oss’20 to beat it.
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