Heerenveen attacker: ‘Disappointed, but have the show’

e41d2cd4be83177f93cfb1e4a814fdd4 - Heerenveen attacker: 'Disappointed, but have the show'

by Robin Jongmans

Arber Zeneli (m.) celebrates with his teammates the 2-0 against ADO.

“I was disappointed, because I want every minute to play,” says Zeneli, who with Heerenveen as number 6 is back on course for the play-offs for European football. “But the trainer chose for this team and that I must accept. I have to show and I think that I did.”

Also read:
– Heerenveen is doing good business at ADO

Just before Zeneli would be raids to the game as possible, break it open, broke Marco Rojas the ban for the team of Jurgen Streppel. Until then lacked the Marbles creativity to an opening at the as expected, conservative playing of the Hague. As a substitute flew Zeneli first play Trevor David (he replaced the injured Tyronne Ebuehi) and then Nick Kuipers substitute of the injured sick of the palsy David) on all sides over. With an assist on the 2-0 of Rojas.


“I think that my creativity and my way of playing is perfect for a match like this and that the actions one-on-one, a good example of this were”, laughed Zeneli after another, and then he self-critical the hand in his bosom crossed. Afterwards he gave his coach a little bit, that he is still hard may be needed in the remainder of the season and there will stand.

“I have the last time not so well played, but I think my way of playing may be important for the team, with my receivers in the depth and actions one-on-one. I must be humble and train well. I want to show everyone that I was with the first eleven though.”

Leave a Comment