The secret behind the surprising leadership position of Waasland -…


Nicky Hayen has not missed his baptism of fire as head coach of Waasland-Beveren. On the contrary. The Limburger was of course satisfied with the performance, but his perfectionist self immediately saw a lot of work points

“It was a flattered victory,” he started his press talk honestly. “No, it wasn’t always perfect. And yes, we made mistakes. But we fought like lions with big hearts. A positive point after the difficult period for our club. We come from very deep, from very far. Fortunately, that period is now behind us. Our goal now is to keep two teams behind us. And we try that with positive football. But the first requirement is mindset. Is that sufficient? Maybe not. I have already said that we need quality. At times we have to use the chances better, bring peace. We miss that at the moment. Despite the organization, they have continued to make progress for each other. They will no longer take this away from us. ”

Waasland-Beveren is labeled by many analysts as the hired relegation candidate. Something that provided extra motivation in the Beverse camp. “We posted those analyzes in the dressing room,” Hayen continues. “We want to be united, but not against analysts or opponents. No, we only focus on ourselves. Because we are far from where we want to be. ”


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