Vitesse keeper has ‘kick his ass’

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Vitesse-trainer Henk Fraser passed Saturday night the experienced Remko Pasveer and saw his younger colleague Jeroen Houwen, the zero in the thuisduel with Heracles Almelo.

Jeroen Houwen (l.) and Remko Pasveer.

“Jeroen has the rest, and I think that is a quality,” explains Fraser from across Fox Sports. “I found it in my own time as a defender always annoying when a keeper behind you the whole time, screaming. But peace should not resemble a schijndooie, because the defenders need to be coached.”


The coach stopped in the opening phase of his heart, when Lassana Faye a dieptebal with his chest wanted to play back on a Cut, that is just his target had left. “I coached that he the ball could walk, but by the public he heard me, probably not,” said Hew the misunderstanding, that Vitesse just no new mac still in strong position to date.

“I was shocked that time, because the ball went toward the goal,” said Fraser, who saw that Cut the ball eventually quite simple could pick it up. “He has qualities, but is also a boy who kick his ass needs it,” says the coach, who, by the interlandbreak now two weeks to consider whether he is in the next (home)duel with Roda JC Cut or Pasveer, a new chance.

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