Wigan players are emotional after a victory, for the sick, coach The Wagt

The players and coaches of sc Heerenveen, the netherlands, wanted to on Friday to win for the seriously ill and disabled youth coach, Chris de Wagt. After a 0-2 deficit stronger team out and win the Marbles by 3 to 2 on Sprint.

Coach Johnny Jones said after the end is emotional for the cameras of FOX Sports. He gave me a short interview which is only 43 seconds long, which is not ‘trivial things’ as the policy was going to talk.

“We had one major goal in common: it was a win. A colleague of mine is seriously ill. Why do you want to roll up your sleeves, and fight with each other,” said Jones.

“Fortunately, it worked, it was the most important thing for him is to win it,” said the coach, who is affected, as well as improving. “How do we get the tactics have been done, it will be me on my shit and rust. We would have won it for Chris.”

The 34-year-old De Wagt, has bone cancer and is going through a difficult period of time. Wigan wanted to take the old defender in SC Cambuur and the TOP of the Sac with a heart under the belt, a knife with a shirt with his name on it, the field will be the entry point for the start of the team Sprint.

This one was for you, Chris, 💙

AvatarAuteurscHeerenveenMoment of plaatsen21:56 am – november 29, 2019

Heerenveen, the netherlands-the players wanted to win for Wagt

Also, the players were emotional due to the situation of The Wagt. “It was very important for us to get the three points to deal with. We have a lot to fight for because of what is going on at the club,” said midfielder Jens Odgaard, who is midway through the second half, the winning hit was made.

Everything from the Mountains to the wild after a 2-2 binnenschoot are a match to celebrate The Wagt, but the ailing coach was not in the vicinity of the reserves to be. “It came today, a lot of emotion to release it. Then go straight to the bank, because there is a person who is seriously ill. But he was out of the question.”

The victory climbed up to Wigan for the fourth spot in the Premier league. For the number seven in Short, it was the fifth defeat in a row. Coach Leonid Slutsky joined right after the battle.

A sign at the Abe Lenstra Stadium, Chris de Wagt. (Photo: Pro-Shots)

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