STVV lost 6-3 at Beerschot on Saturday and has both feet in the relegation swamp. It surprisingly beat Ghent on the opening matchday, but not afterwards. After a 1 in 15, the 16th is with 6 points. Football journalist Stef Wijnants saw the storm coming for a long time and is particularly hard on the policy at Stayen on Radio 2 Limburg.
Football catastrophe on the Kiel
What could be seen at Beerschot in the first half is a football catastrophe. There is no other word for it. It didn’t look like anything at all. 5-0 after 40 minutes, they let themselves be led to the slaughter like a gang of minis.
There was nothing in that group. No structure, no leadership, no agreements between players. The fumbling in the defense hurt the eyes.
And unfortunately I have to knock on the same nail again, that there is too little quality in all areas. The Japanese bosses have to look inside their own bosom, because with which player material at the highest level have they saddled the trainer?
I have been saying for 1.5 years now that this core is not first-class worthy. Almost none of the 25 transfers provide added value. If the coach also dismisses a veteran like Teixeira and takes away their trust from other players, then you will have the debacle and you will have both feet in the relegation.
I have been saying for 1.5 years that this core is not first-class worthy.
Whether Kevin Muscat will be a trainer for a long time, only CEO Tateishi knows, but if the Australian can travel home again, Tateishi will need a 5th trainer after Brys, Hayen, Kostic and Muscat in more than 10 months. Then it is best to question yourself as a decision maker?
Since November last year, STVV has scored 20 points in 22 league matches, so you shouldn’t be a math miracle to realize that preservation can be the only goal.
Muscat had a clear story before the season, was also very positive, but that has crumbled quickly. After the match, player Chris Durkin talked about a playground in training and that there is not enough fighting spirit … Yes, as a responsible person you are still close to the exit, I think.
The fans have hung up another banner and drafted another open letter (read below). The question is whether the Japanese bosses will pick it up this time and will answer, because last time they did not speak up.
The fans criticize the fact that there is no communication with them, that there is no explanation about the failing sporting policy and that there is no point of contact.
It is at Stayen more than 5 past 12, or Roland Duchatelet will soon be able to rent out his stadium for other purposes than for the public that comes to watch the football. The Truien football supporter is tired of fumbling on and off the field. They are harsh words, but that’s what’s going on.
It is more than 5 past 12 at Stayen, or Roland Duchatelet will soon be able to rent out his stadium for other purposes than for the public that comes to watch the football.
The fans’ open letter: “It’s quiet on the other side”
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