Amin Younes has, according to Ajax coach Erik ten Hag apologized for the fact that he last Sunday refused to fall in the final stage of the duel with sc Heerenveen (4-1 victory).
“Amin has repented. He found his response not good,” said Ten Hag Friday at his weekly press conference at training complex in The Future.
At the Hag, and the 23-year-old German had Monday morning, a conversation about the refusal of the German. Ajax reported after maintenance is that the attacker as a punishment for at least two weeks to train with Jong Ajax. He misses this Sunday the uitduel with Sparta Rotterdam.
“It’s about whether you want to be part of the team or not. Amin showed Sunday that he did not want to,” said Ten Hag to the penalty for Younes. “I found it strange that he did not want raids. What is more beautiful than the victory of your team to celebrate on the field?”
The trainer seemed to be Sunday immediately after the match against Heerenveen still mild about the refusal of Younes. “I found it was still not the right time to do something to the outside to communicate on a punishment”, said Ten Hag to Friday. “I wanted the team to enjoy the victory.”
By the 4-1 thuiszege last weekend at sc Heerenveen and the 5-0 defeat of PSV eindhoven at Willem II is the disadvantage of Ajax on the front-runner for seven points. The Locals begin Sunday afternoon at 14.30 hours under the guidance of referee Dennis Higler on the away game against degradatiekandidaat Sparta.
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