The CCEIT reporters Valentijn Driessen and Mike Verweij are not impressed by the attack of Jack van Gelder. The presenter of Ziggo Sport reproaches the morning newspaper for a hack against trainer Erik ten Hag of Ajax.The Cceit did not understand why Ten Hag changed his tactics for a Liverpool B and also questioned the Tukkers exchange policy. “It makes me feel a little sick,” Van Gelder responded at Paniekvoetbal. “The most idiotic thing I thought was that I read in the column of Valentijn Driessen in an excellent analysis by colleague Mike Verweij last Saturday. Then I thought, “This is the school paper. Its a bad thing.”
Driessen paraded the criticism Friday night at Veronica Inside. “Mike Verweij is a top journalist, let me put that first. And this says the man who calls Mike Verweij almost every Sunday night for the latest news from Ajax. “Mike, do you have anything for us?” Right in front of Rondo. Yes, what am I supposed to do with this?”, said the newspapers football chief.
“It is also the man who gets up the ass of Ten Hag, because he goes there twice a year,” continues Driessen about Van Gelder. “I must say: Ten Hags bills against Liverpool were very good…”
Verweij also deals with the lashing of fine colleagues Van Gelder. Everyone can have their opinion. But in this case, I dont really take it seriously. Jack is paid by Ziggo, the main sponsor of Ajax. And Ten Hag goes well twice every year,” writes the club watcher on Twitter.
Pim, not so much. @jackvangelder is a fine colleague. And everyone can have their opinion. But in this case, I dont really take it seriously. Jack is paid by Ziggo, the main sponsor of #Ajax. And Ten Hag goes well twice every year. https://t.co/rtPJXTQEE8
— Mike Verweij (@MikeVerweij) October 23, 2020
Ive been in the business for 45 years and Im completely independent. Ten Hag has only joined us three times in 2 and a half years. That is less than, for example, the coaches of Feyenoord. What a strange remark from Mike. As the one is worth…
— Jack van Gelder (@jackvangelder) October 24, 2020