Anger NAC Breda about ‘gentlemen of the KNVB’ after Friday evening...

Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 09:20


NAC Breda grabbed the first period title in the Kitchen Champion Division on Friday evening. Maurice Steijn’s team lost 2-0 to Almere City FC and SC Cambuur’s victories over Roda JC Kerkrade (3-0) and De Graafschap against Jong PSV (2-1) have made it very likely that the title will go to the Leeuwarders goes, unless De Graafschap wins the make-up game with NAC on November 11 with a 19 goals difference.

The coronavirus has a major impact on NAC. Last Tuesday, the game with Cambuur was made up, despite the fact that ten players were still missing from the Breda team. The severely damaged NAC lost 0-4 and lost the lead to the Frisians. On Friday there was again lost and injuries with purchase Kaj de Rooij and top scorer Sydney van Hooijdonk caused even more irritation.

“This is the reason why we have made the request to postpone, because of overload and people who run into injuries”, coach Maurice Steijn sighed afterwards in conversation with FOX Sports. “This was kind of the predictive thought I had. Today we will probably lose two players again. ” To then add cynically. “On to Go Ahead Eagles and on to the KNVB Cup, I would say.”

Steijn previously indicated that it was ‘a bit of competition distortion’ because the difference in quality between NAC and Cambuur was far too great. The NAC coach is particularly disturbing that the KNVB is not open to consultation. “We have consistently indicated this scenario. We didn’t play well today, I’m not going to hide behind that. But what we did say is that it is irresponsible to play so many matches with such a small group in a short period of time. That is now evident. “

“De Rooij played a game three days ago, Sydney a whole game. Those are young boys. We have warned the gentlemen of the KNVB about this. Then you will be caught even more. ” Steijn emphasizes that he expresses his criticism in a personal capacity. “The KNVB must do what they want with that. I think the facts speak for themselves and I think we said in advance that this was irresponsible “, the NAC coach repeated.” Now we can patch everything up and go to the next second game in two days. “

NAC will play an away game against Go Ahead Eagles on Monday evening as part of the TOTO KNVB Cup. Friday evening the next match in the Kitchen Champion Division awaits: a home game with NEC. Due to the two defeats in a row, NAC has dropped to fourth place.


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