Vitesse-trainer Henk Fraser has his keeper Remko Pasveer and Jeroen Houwen a gag order imposed. He wants that both in peace and focus on the game of Saturday against Heracles Almelo.
“That is for us crucial. Again, because we have the previous game under-performed (5-1 defeat at FC Utrecht, red.). We keep them now from the media. After the match, I want everything best to explain. And then the keepers also available. But not now,” said Fraser in conversation with The Guardian.
Fraser nourishes by his sanction to the rumors that the 34-year-old Pasveer this weekend are starting to lose to the twelve years younger, Hew.
The former is in a best shape and I got it after two farcical blunders against FC Utrecht, baking criticism about him.
Fraser says that criticism to understand, but will not yet divulge, or that Pasveer now actually the head is going to cost in the Gelredome.
“Whatever choice I make, there will always be supporters and opponents. I have two options. I can Pasveer in the bank. That can to him to keep out the wind.”
“He can also start. Then everyone can say that coach his players to the end supports. It is all positive, and negative to explain. I get now only the pressure in the keepers way.”
If Defeat against Heracles Almelo under the bar, then that does not mean his debut in the beginning of the Vitesse.
In november, on a visit to FC Groningen (4-2 loss) he demanded all in a negative sense a starring role for himself by a back-pass from Fankaty Dabo.
Pasveer came last summer from PSV, and got from Fraser during the preparation of the preferred Eloy Room.
That was so disappointed that he decided to leave and calculated in PSV the role of Pasveer as reservedoelman took over.
The cnfronatie between number six Vitesse and number nine Heracles Almelo starts on Saturday at 19.45 and is under the direction of referee Allard lindhout create.