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"Para mim , o Sporting é como uma mulher que se ama logo à primeira vista. Um homem pode conhecer várias mulheres , mas há sempre ‘aquela’, a especial. Independentemente de ficarmos com ela ou não, lembramo-nos dela para sempre!" - Ivone De Franceschi
Fred Rutten new coach of Anderlecht with a interesting quote: "Balneairo interdito ao Presidente".   You can't have 2 chefs in tht kitchen.   
Fred Rutten new coach of Anderlecht with a interesting quote: "Balneairo interdito ao Presidente".   You can't have 2 chefs in tht kitchen.   

Its because of President’s, that he flopped in every team ?


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Se o treinador não mete ordem no balneário, alguém tem que o fazer.
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If that is your final answer on that quote then the quote maybe isn't so wrong.     
Feyenord 3 - 2 Ajax. O futebol holandês ao seu nível, atacam bem e defendem de forma horrível. Os golos surgem de péssimas organizações defensivas, há muitas displicência e falta agressividade a disputar as bolas. É bom para o espectáculo, mas podem defender bem melhor e continuar a marcar muitos golos.
“We have to be compact, close together tactically, and if you are close then you have options to play with. You don't always have to try the most risky ball if you are compact. You have to run, to fight, until the moment, and then ... bang, you take it.”

Jurgen Klopp
Agora 4-2,....2 golos de van persie que sai com uma ovação dos adeptos... :clap:..craque..
Fogo perder 6-2 é um completo exagero. O Ajax ainda tem muito que evoluir.
"Para mim , o Sporting é como uma mulher que se ama logo à primeira vista. Um homem pode conhecer várias mulheres , mas há sempre ‘aquela’, a especial. Independentemente de ficarmos com ela ou não, lembramo-nos dela para sempre!" - Ivone De Franceschi
Que tareia.

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Last summer, seven of Ajax’s brightest stars were summoned to a room at the Dutch club’s training facility. Edwin van der Sar, the goalkeeper-turned-chief-executive, and Marc Overmars, once a jet-heeled wing and now the Ajax sporting director, had a video to show them.

Its premise was simple. Each of the players was paired with an iconic figure from Ajax’s illustrious history, one who shared a position, a nationality or (in one case) a bloodline. Goalkeeper Andre Onana, in one example, had van der Sar. Forward Kasper Dolberg got Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Justin Kluivert was juxtaposed with his father, Patrick. Frenkie de Jong had Christian Eriksen, and Matthijs de Ligt was compared to Barry Hulshoff, a defender from Ajax’s all-conquering team of the 1970s.

The idea, van der Sar said, was to “show them how to become a legend at Ajax, and in Holland.” The film was designed to persuade the players, the club’s crown jewels, to resist the temptation to move to England, to Spain, to Italy, for another year or so, to “stay with each other, to win prizes and trophies here and then make the next step.”

The tactic worked. Six of the seven players should feature for Ajax when it hosts Real Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League on Wednesday. De Ligt will marshal the defense. De Jong will orchestrate the attacks.

Only one of the seven will be absent: Kluivert resisted the emotional overture to follow in his father’s footsteps. He refused to extend his contract and was sold to Roma. At Ajax, they understand why he made that decision — the allure, for a teenager with a famous name, of forging his own path — but when they mention Kluivert now, it is with a hint of regret, a tinge of frustration.

Not because he left, but because he left so soon. “If a player goes after just half a year in the first team, like Kluivert, we are disappointed,” said Said Ouaali, the director of De Toekomst, Ajax’s famed youth academy.

De Jong is the shining light of this Ajax team, a player so promising that he has, more than once, been compared to Johan Cruyff himself. Yet there was no regret at his departure. “Barcelona, enjoy the future, like we do,” Ajax wrote on its official Twitter account.

The feelings will be the same, this summer, when de Ligt — a player who has been at Ajax since he was 8 — departs, as he is expected to do. A 20-year-old defender who is regarded by some Premier League scouts as the best prospect in any position in world soccer, de Ligt could join his friend at Barcelona, or he might end up at Juventus.

Either way, there will be no sadness, no sense of loss at what might have been. Ten Hag might allow himself to wonder a little, he said, at what could happen if “I could keep them for two or three years,” into their prime, but that is it.

“I will be proud,” he said. “The scouts who found them will be proud. Marc Overmars will be proud. Everyone will be. If they transfer to a big club, you are happy for them.”

This is, of course, what Ajax has always done. Since Cruyff himself left for Barcelona in 1973, it has churned out a stream of talent for others to enjoy: Johan Neeskens, Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard, Clarence Seedorf, Edgar Davids, Kluivert, Wesley Sneijder, Rafael van der Vaart, Eriksen, Ibrahimovic, Jan Vertonghen, Luis Suárez. The Ajax alumni list reads like a who’s who of modern soccer.

The formula that has allowed it to do so hangs on the wall in ten Hag’s office, opposite a series of black-and-white portraits of Rinus Michels, the mastermind of the great team of the 1970s; Cruyff, its star; and Louis van Gaal, the man who restored Ajax to the European pinnacle in the 1990s, with a team reared almost entirely at De Toekomst.

Ten Hag laughs when he looks at that wall — “They set you a standard,” he said, blowing out his cheeks — but he is serious when he discusses the Ajacied, a cross between a mission statement and a creed for the club.

These are the traits the club seeks to instill in every player who wears its jersey, or who passes through De Toekomst, as well as its coaches and staff. There are 11 of them; they have been arranged like a team. This being Ajax, they are set out in a 4-3-3 formation. They range from taking responsibility and initiative to remaining disciplined and having fun.
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https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/09/sports/champions-league-ajax-madrid.html


Grande central, vamos lá na sua maior experiencia como treinador até ao momento.

Quase 100 jogos como treinador do Reading e assinou pelo PEC Zwolle em Dezembro e fez apenas 6 jogos.
"Para mim , o Sporting é como uma mulher que se ama logo à primeira vista. Um homem pode conhecer várias mulheres , mas há sempre ‘aquela’, a especial. Independentemente de ficarmos com ela ou não, lembramo-nos dela para sempre!" - Ivone De Franceschi
Era disto que nos precisávamos, um raça podre para treinador. O mal é que passado 10 mins e estavam os jogadores a rescindir
Vatangas o Usurpador
#NasciLeãoNãoLampião
fotocópia do Leão, craque completo. Será que estaria disponível por empréstimo

Com uma jogo empatado e o ajax reduzido a 10 durante quase toda a segunda parte o psv conseguiu a proeza de ainda ir perder 3-1.
Van Bömmel podes ir fazer companhia ao keizer!
Depois de 18 anos são os Maiores!
Ajax na a liderança da liga!

Já não acontecia desde 2015/2016.
"Para mim , o Sporting é como uma mulher que se ama logo à primeira vista. Um homem pode conhecer várias mulheres , mas há sempre ‘aquela’, a especial. Independentemente de ficarmos com ela ou não, lembramo-nos dela para sempre!" - Ivone De Franceschi
I put it here but it wasn't in Holland but in Belgium. The game Standard - Anderlecht has been terminated after 30 minutes.  The game was before already suspended because Anderlecht fans were throwing noise bombs - in Portugal I think they call it petardos -  to the pitch. The game was started again but the spectators we're asked to not throw anything. After Standard scored the 2-0 the Anderlecht fans threw some and the referee stopped the game.