Van Den Brom To Leave Az Alkmaar Club, Much Likely To Join Utrecht

Van Den Brom who is the longest-serving coach of the AZ Alkmaar in the Eredivisie is in charge of the club since the year 2014. But recently many doubts are raised regarding his continuation as the coach of the club and there are many speculations that he will leave the club. As per some reports, he will step down from the position of the coach at the end of this season.

He was a former professional footballer and even after retiring from professional football, his tryst with football continued as he became the manager of a football club and then a head coach of the AZ club. While he was a player, he had played for Ajax, Vitesse, Istanbulspor and De Graafschap. He was a great player but he is known as a coach more than a player.

The 52-year-old stalwart is having some issues with AFAS Stadion and things are not going in the right direction between them. The person who is most likely to be the successor of Brom is the current assistant to Van, named Arne Slot. Both Voetbal international and AD are reporting and claiming that after stepping down as the coach of AZ club, Van Den Brom will take over at the club of Utrecht as the reports suggested that there were talks between him and the owner of the club, Frans Van Seumeren.

Currently, Dick Advocaat is the head coach of the club of Utrecht and under him; the club has reached many milestones and has climbed to 4th position. But he has made it very clear that he will only stay until the conclusion of the campaign and thereafter he will say goodbye to the club. However, the news regarding Van’s leaving the club is not much authentic as no official confirmation has been made.

KNVP Cup 2nd Round: Heerenveen Survives And Scare As Az And Willem Ii Ease Through

The second round of the KNVB Cup continued on Wednesday evening with several Eredivisie sides in action. Below is a tour of all the results.

  • Heracles 0-2 Vitesse

Vitesse is safely in the coming round after a victory over Heracles in Almelo. Martin Odegaard set Vitesse on his way with a big strike for 40 minutes before the young attacker Thomas Buitink freezed the victory at the last minute.

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Alkmaar player rejects Arsenal

Az Alkmaar player Myron Boadu has admitted an offer to join Arsenal in 2016. He said that it was a tempting offer but he decided to remain with his club. He said that it was a tough decision to take and that he decided that it was not the right moment for him to make the move.

Myron Boadu is considered as one of the hot prospects of Dutch football and has made a strong start to the current season scoring three goals in four appearances for his club AZ Alkmaar. He said that he is feeling really good and that he wants to continue improving his game.
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Ajax ‘doing everything’ to re-sign Manchester United ace

Ajax head coach Erik ten Hag has confirmed that the club are doing everything within their reach to re-sign former defender Daley Blind from Manchester United. The Netherlands international left the Amsterdam club for United after his strong performance at the 2014 World Cup and he has since experienced plenty of ups and downs.

Speaking to Telegraaf, Ten Hag confirmed that Blind is being considered for a possible return this summer but the deal depends on different upon United and the potential interest from other clubs, he said: “[He is] a player with a lot of experience, in the Premier League and in the Dutch national team. He is a stable personality. Just like the arrival of Dusan Tadic, this also counts as a considerable effort of the club. We are doing everything, but it also depends on other parties.”
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UTRECHT SLIP UP

AZ Alkmaar unexpectedly fell to FC Utrecht in the Dutch top flight the previous afternoon. With it being an away game, it was not supposed to be a walk on the park scenario for Alkmaar by any means, but, the Cheese Farmers had the upper hand given the fact they had been pretty consistent leading up to this fixture.

But, the end result of the game was nothing less than a shock for the fans of both the teams. It was not the sheer brilliance of Utrecht which led to the thumping of Alkmaar. Continue reading

CAPELLO WILL STAY

Fabio Capello has said that he is going to remain in charge of the Russia national football team until his contract expires. It means that he will oversee Russia’s preparation for the next World Cup.

After Russia’s disappointing show in this year’s World Cup, Capello was tipped to be removed from his position, but, eventually, the Russian union decided to stick with the Italian. Continue reading