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Sports Bosz: "That's bad for Dutch football"

16:25  25 october  2020
16:25  25 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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With Peter Bosz following the sackings of Frank de Boer (Crystal Palace), Andries Jonker (Wolfsburg) and Ronald Koeman (Everton), no Dutch manager currently works for any of Meanwhile the Dutch style has been remembering the least important things of Total Football , while making trivial stuff holy.

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After the gala against Nice, the world may look different for the Leverkusen area, but not for him, says coach Peter Bosz before the home game against FC Augsburg on Monday evening. And he thinks about a shooting festival in which his ex-club Ajax was involved.

Holte mit seinem Team zwei Siege in Serie: Leverkusens Coach Peter Bosz. © imago images and his team achieved two victories in a row: Leverkusen's coach Peter Bosz.

The Werkself sent their opponents home from Nice on Thursday with a whopping 6-2. This result was clearly exceeded by a real torrent that happened in Venlo. The ex-club of Bosz, Ajax Amsterdam, who won 13-0 in Venlo, was involved. "I have no explanation for such a result, even if it was a red card. But overall it's bad for Dutch football because everyone is talking about it."

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Of course there was and is talk of his team's strong performance against Nice on Thursday, which Bosz had put into perspective. Looking ahead to the Monday game against FC Augsburg, the coach, known as a sober analyst, made it clear once again that after this result, "the world may look a little different for those around you, but not for me".


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Instead, the Werkself coach prefers to deal with the next opponent, trained by his immediate predecessor in Leverkusen, Heiko Herrlich. Bosz expects "of course a completely different game than against Nice, Augsburg is very compact and then quickly hits a long ball forward", knows Bosz.

The Dutchman is proven not to be a fan of rotation, but also says that he will use this method when the competitive games come in even closer succession. "If you only have two days off, twice in a row, then of course it's worst." Leverkusen finally had this experience after the Corona break, "we had that five times in a row," recalls Bosz.

Leverkusen are on the right track

The Werkself are on the right track at the moment, the win in Mainz gave them new self-confidence, especially the performance against Nice. Bosz has seen over the past few days how quickly one or two results can change one's perspective. "It was said that a defeat in Mainz would be the worst Bundesliga start in the club's history. Now it is suddenly the best since 2009." And that's why Bosz urgently advises a serious consideration of the events.

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Bayer has to score points on Thursday in the Europa League at Hapoel Beer Sheva. On the other hand, coach Peter Bosz also has to keep an eye on the strength of his professionals, who await Borussia from Mönchengladbach in the duel for 4th place on Sunday, but who after their 6-0 victory at Schachtar Donetsk in the premier class have two more days to relax and prepare owns. © imago images Has arrived in Leverkusen: Nadiem Amiri.

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