Gertjan Verbeek thinks that the players of FC Twente the public support needed will have in the degradatiestrijd. The trainer was annoyed on Saturday that the players were uitgefloten, but also has understanding for the critical audience.
Twente came Saturday evening in the Grolsch Veste no further than a disappointing 2-2 draw against Willem II. This is the lead on hekkensluiter Roda JC two points, although playing the Task on Sunday against NAC Breda.
“You can think what you think, but the players do their best,” said Verbeek Saturday night against FOX Sports. “And then they go with a flute concerto the catacombs.”
“However, I understand that,” says the 55-year-old coach. “These people have no good football seen. But it helps the team.”
Twente came two times behind, but in the 87th minute drew Peet Bees still for the equalizer. During the rest threw the supporters of red peppers on the field to make a bold statement.
“In the second half it went public yet again behind,” was Verbeek pleased. “That is also typical for these supporters, there are a lot of in this cold, to this race.”
Stand at the bottom of the Eredivisie
- 15. Willem II 28-27
- 16. Sparta 27-21
- 17. FC Twente 28-19
- 18. Roda JC 27-17
Almost sold out
With 29.300 spectators was the Grolsch Veste Saturday almost sold out. Verbeek also hopes in the last six Eredivisieduels on the support of the fans.
“We will together need to do, it is an interaction. We still have three home games, I keep hoping that the boys have the full support. That they deserve to.”
“Not because they play football, but because they fight and do everything to Twente in the Eredivisie.”