Henk Fraser is not awake of the crisisberaad this week takes place at Vitesse. The trainer wait what the clubleiding plans for him.
“I had no conversation with they conducted. Not really. I have no idea what’s going to happen,” said Fraser Monday in conversation with Voetbal International.
“We do all of our work. There will immediately come a time when clarity comes to me, to you.”
Vitesse lost last Saturday 1-0 on a visit to NAC Breda, and that was after the humiliating 0-3 defeat last week in their own home against Roda JC cause for the board to consider about the future of Fraser in the Gelredome.
The born Surinamese leave anyway after this season at Vitesse and is from the following year for the group with Sparta Rotterdam.
Happen to take Vitesse Saturday for his home crowd against Sparta Rotterdam and the people from arnhem actually win to the odds for a ticket for the play-offs for European football in their own hands.
Fraser won last year, finished his debut season at Vitesse in the KNVB cup and gave the black and yellow brigade, making it the first price in the clubhistorie, but he is counting, therefore, is not necessarily on the more credit of the board.
“If you’re in the sport is, this is a very simple thing. Players have to perform. Don’t they do that, then they come sitting on the sofa, right? Trainers must also perform. I am also responsible for. I don’t think that’s so complicated,” said the six-time international of the Dutch national team.
“What you have achieved as an athlete is immediately very nice. Scrapbooks, newspaper clippings. This is a different moment, a snapshot.”
Vitesse busy at the moment with four speelrondes ahead of the seventh place in the rankings in the Premier league, where the numbers five through eight go on to compete for a spot in the second qualifying round of the Europa League.
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