Kieft does not understand Ten Hag and Lawyer: He hung out the conscience of the Netherland

Wim Kieft has been annoyed by Dick Advocate (Feyenoord) and Erik ten Hag (Ajax) last week. After the defeat against ADO Den Haag pointed to his players and Ten Hag behaved crazy on the parking deck after Ajax‘s championship party, according to Kieft.
Kieft pays a lot of attention to it in his weekly column for De Cceit. First of all, he looks at Ten Hag. ‘
Ten Hag, with his Van Gaal imitation, was horrible on that parking deck. When you stand there as a player, you think, โ€œBe normal, man.โ€ You‘re losing credibility in your player group so quickly. Regardless of the fact that the ceremony of Ajax in this way, in this coronatijd, was inappropriate anyway. ‘
But Ten Hag did more wrong in the eyes of Kieft. At the end of the duel with FC Emmen, the Ajax trainer called the coronation policy ‘inimitable’. He pointed to the mouthcaps, which were at first โ€œfalse safety, โ€œbut are now mandatory, and the curfew, which has been extended several times. The policy of the government regarding the supporters in the stadium also caused a lack of understanding at Ten Hag.
‘A little later, in all his euphoria, he went to play the conscience of the Dutch population by explaining to everyone that the coronation policy in our country was not at all good, ‘says Kieft. โ€œThe mouth caps and curfew had not proven themselves. As Ajax, you can step on the brakes when your trainer sets up like this and comes out like that.
Lawyer doesn’
t get off well at Kieft either. De Hagenaar put the ball to the players after the lost duel at ADO. ‘Nothing as easy as pointing at the players, shifting responsibility and thereby exonerate yourself. No player allows himself to be used for that. In such a case, as a trainer, you have to draw your conclusions yourself. But it is understandable that this way Attorney does not want to finish his trainer career and does not want to saddle Feyenoord with a problem. In that light, I can imagine that Technical Director Frank Arnesen has persuaded him. ‘

Terrible of Lawyer via @telegraaf
โ€” Mike Verweij (@MikeVerweij) May 7, 2021