Old NEC acquaintance analyses Schreuder: Imprint that hes already losing dressing room

Alfred Schreuder is not yet able to convince in his first weeks at Club Brugge. The Dutch trainer still seems to be looking for his ideal formation and shifts quite a bit with his players, notes the Walloon analyst Thomas Chatelle.
The reigning national champion of Belgium is third in the Jupiler Pro League after 26 out of 34 rounds of games, at no less than twelve points from the surprising frontrunner Union Saint-Gilloise. Meanwhile, he slides with players and formations. โ€œI think Schreuder wants to test out too many things, adapt too much and thats never good,โ€ says Chatelle, three-time Red Devil and NEC player in the 2010/2011 season, at the Walloon RTBF.
Chatelle therefore wonders how long this will continue to go well with Blue-Black. โ€œOf course, you try certain things out when you get somewhere new, then you want to delineate your territory as a trainer. But he does that way too much. And I have the impression that he is already losing his dressing room by coaching this way.โ€
Club Brugge lost at home to KRC Genk on Sunday: Noa Lang got red in injury time, but that card was dismissed. So he can be deployed on Sunday when Charleroi comes to the Jan Breydel Stadium.