Feyenoord coach Dick Advocaat does not want to make the difference of opinion between him and the group of players bigger than it is. The players of Feyenoord argue for a way of playing in which there is greater pressure, while the coach does not like this.
“But let’s not make it too important,” says Lawyer, who spoke with the selection on Monday about the difference of opinion. Algemeen Dagblad. According to the coach, there is ‘absolutely no question’ of a mutiny of the players group. “This group is not like that at all. I really don’t have any complaints about these guys.”
At the request of the players, the lawyer tried to put higher pressure against ADO Den Haag last Sunday, but also immediately saw the defensive vulnerabilities. “We had analyzed ADO and we had the idea that if you interrupted early, they would not play against it. Then with everyone and not with one player. But yes, if you take the ball deep in half of the opponent,” you have to know what to do with it. I think it is easier if you have space then “, says Advocaat. “Last season we saw that putting very high pressure, even against lesser opponents, was not so successful.”
After three games in the Eredivisie, Feyenoord is in third place with seven points.
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