De Boer supports Orange-dissonant: “At Ajax Álvarez couldnt do anything”

Coach Frank de Boer goes to the European Championships with a good feeling. The Netherlands won on Sunday with 3-0 from Georgia and De Boer has seen good things.
De Boer draws many lessons from the duel with Georgia. We started well, but after that we sometimes made the wrong choices in pressing. That should be better. I have seen bright spots, both in possession and in ball loss, says De Boer to the CCEit.
Marten de Roon is labeled as a vacuum cleaner, but was unable to make its mark against Georgia. The midfielder suffered a lot of ball loss. We have to make sure that he is not the one who has to come up with the creative ideas. Let‘s assume Marten knows, too. We were hoping to make a difference with Daley and Frenkie. In the first half it did not work, in the second half it was better. It was unhappy occasionally. But we must remember that he does so many other things right. At Ajax Álvarez couldn’t do anything at first…
De Boer says he‘s happy for Wout Weghorst, who made his first Orange goal. However, it is not certain that the striker will have a basic place in the European Championships. You have to look closely at what we need against certain opponents. It’s nice that we did what we wanted. We can improve both aspects, but I‘ve seen steps. We still have a week to focus on Ukraine. I have faith in it. We are ready for it.
De Boer also says he hasn’
t made a knot about who will be the first goalkeeper. That only becomes clear an hour before the game against Ukraine. First I‘m going to tell the goalkeepers themselves. Am I out? We’re gonna see that on Sunday.