Recovered Vlaar realizes that he has goals for AZ must recoup

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Ron Vlaar is aware that a move to AZ not a foregone conclusion is now he after a long-term injury to his knee fit again.

The 32-fold international of Orange ” Monday night his first minutes in nearly five months, during Young AZ-Fortuna Sittard (2-0). He did a hours.

“The first team runs shouldn’t good, so the trainer John van den Brom, ed.) has little reason to adapt something,” says Vlaar for the camera of FOX Sports.

“So realistic, I am. I will just have to force it, and as a result these races with Young AZ is very important.”

The defender, an expiring contract in Alkmaar, the netherlands, started his career in 2004 in AZ and died there in the winter of 2015, return after periods at Newcastle and Aston Villa. Since then, he was basisspeler and captain.

The AZ coach John van den Brom is making an excellent season. The team, which a lot of own youth the chance to get busy after 23 speelrondes in the Premier league to the third place behind PSV and Ajax.


Vlaar (33), which with the Dutch national team for the european CHAMPIONSHIPS of 2012 and the world cup of 2014 experienced, in the past was often plagued by knee injuries and knows that he patient must be in regards to his comeback in the beginning of AZ.

“I’m on the right track and am again a number of weeks on the train, but it is a given that I’m a bit older and that the recovery was slightly more time-consuming,” said the defender.

“Anyway, it was wonderful to get to play football. I have enjoyed and very much fun had after more than four and a half month, again a match to play in an eager team.

Young AZ, that, thanks to Vlaar for the first time this season hit he gave Fortuna Sittard by goals of Ferdy Druijf and Owen Wijndal the fourth defeat in a row.

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