The Feyenoord supporters were taunted for their behavior after the match against FC Twente. Because of this behavior, the match against ADO Den Haag was under a magnifying glass and Robin van Persie saw that it was good. “It went very well, while enough happened that would make the Feyenoord fans stir under different circumstances.”
The former Feyenoord striker was in De Kuip and understands what happened. “In De Kuip the supporters did a fantastic job on Sunday. I was there with my son and I found myself being taken unconsciously by moments of tension. When a match is interesting, you indulge yourself. At Feyenoord I always had such a little voice in my head that said: just watch and stay calm, “said Van Persie in his column in De Telegraaf.
Van Persie sees that players all seem to come from circumstances of a long injury. Players are not yet top fit, when you are out of circulation for months due to an injury, it is taken care of by your colleagues, now everyone is in that situation and matches are quickly less attractive. The absence of, to a large extent, the public also has an influence. “I’ve read that the statistics indicate that there is hardly any difference in terms of the number of shots, the amount of work and the number of sprints between matches with a full or almost empty stadium. But from my own experience I say that it takes away ten to fifteen percent of temperament. Don’t you play football at a high level for the fans and for the atmosphere they bring?
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