No mortal sin of De Boer: You dont have to explain all of them to those players

Frank de Boer made some slips at the announcement of the EK selection, but according to brother Ronald and manager Guido Albers, it should not be made too big. On the field the coach of Orange is razor sharp, they assure.
De Boer was mistreated in the number of playing minutes of Donny van de Beek, but also the way in which dropouts Anwar El Ghazi and Jeremiah St. Juste was told that they fell outside the boat, didnt deserve the beauty prize. โ€œThats not good of course,โ€ says Ronald about it to the Algemeen Dagblad. โ€œBut its not a mortal sin either.โ€
According to Albers, in the way he experiences football, De Boer is
not at all nonchalant. โ€œOn the field, as a coach, he is razor-sharp and bloodfanatic. At most, you can say that he needs good people out there, who help him with the things he naturally has less. Do you remember that he once had this kind of thing at Ajax? Thats what I mean.โ€
The player broker argues that the national coach was also put in a difficult position because of the way in which the KNVB brought out the EK selection. โ€œFrank will never be difficult about that, who will be in line with the people who studied before. But he should have said, โ€œAll nice, that #UnlockTheWave, but first its about football.โ€
Albers also believes that not all dropouts need to get a phone call. โ€œTopsport is sometimes just hard, isn
t it? You dont have to explain anything, especially to players who have never actually been part of the team.โ€