Van Bommel feels no pressure due to PSV and Wolfsburg exit and is happy with ‘impatience’

Mark van Bommel feels no extra urge to prove himself at Royal Antwerp, after his resignation from both PSV and VfL Wolfsburg. The Dutch coach is also not concerned about Antwerp‘s’ impatient ‘owner, Paul Gheysens.
In conversation with Het Laatste Nieuws, Van Bommel talks about his periods at PSV and Wolfsburg as a trainer. I always want to prove myself, but not especially because I was fired once, says the former midfielder. I’
ve been in football for a long time and know: if things go bad, the coach did it.
By the way, in my first year at PSV, we got 83 points. In the last thirty years, you were always champion with that, but not then, Van Bommel continues. After that, Antwerp boss Gheysens comes up briefly. That the chairman and his family can be rather impatient? Surely that pressure is nice. Impatience is ambition.
Van Bommel started his trainer class in Antwerp this summer. Together with director Marc Overmars, he has to bring the club to the absolute top in Belgium.