Perez amazed at Ten Hag interviews: Rocket-scholar language what hes outing

Kenneth Perez believes that Steven Berghuis could be better for the day in De Klassiker. In the run-up to the game, it was a lot about the thirty-year-old left-leg, but because De Kuip remained empty, Perez believes Berghuis should bring more. The Danish analyst also briefly talks about Ajax trainer Erik ten Hag.
Berghuis could not leave its mark on Sundays disappointing Classic. The creative was therefore changed by Ten Hag after sixty minutes. He could have played a great match, Perez starts at Football Talk. Berghuis didnt have to be afraid of when he would score or what would happen after the game. He communicated in the malaise and was changed again in the sixtieth minute.
Later Perez talks about Ten Hag. It was very difficult to talk in the interviews after the competition, says the former attacker. Its really rocket learning language that hes coming out at the moment. Hes talking about squares, a second wave, a fourth phase, I know a lot of all. We understand such difficult words, but it is of course useful if you try to explain it a little understandable to the supporters.