Theo Janssen and Rafael van der Vaart do not understand that Rai Vloet is part of the Heracles Almelo selection again. The 26-year-old midfielder was involved in a serious car accident two months ago.
In mid-November, Vloet was impressed behind the wheel during traffic accident. In addition, a four-year-old child was killed. Last weekend, Vloet made his interest at Heracles after an absence of two months. At Studio Voetbal, Janssen shines his light on the situation. “It‘s really hard. Perhaps, as a player, it is better to go out of the wind for a while, not be engaged in football for a while,” says the analyst. “I think it’s pretty fast now, maybe too soon.”
Van der Vaart then shares his opinion. “I also asked our trainer at Esbjerg (Roland Vrabec, ed.): what would you do? He actually said the same thing that Wormuth has done now. I just think things like this can‘t be done, so you have to fire him.”
“If you don’t do that and you let Vloet train along, he can also play,” continues Van der Vaart. “I would fire him. How about the next of kin? When Vloet walks on the field, they get everything along. Vloet is an example, he did that wrong. As a club, you shouldn‘t accept this.”
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The most talked about man this weekend was Rai Vloet. The Hercules player was allowed to join again, after causing a fatal car accident. 🗣️ “He’s back pretty fast, maybe too fast,” says Theo Janssen. 🗣️ “I would fire him,” says Rafael van der Vaart. pic.twitter.com/kDqEv5XiHh
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