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Almere City grabs the last ticket for the playoffs, in Jupiler League

35bd292162bfe42eeb383c636c6fbad3 - Almere City grabs the last ticket for the playoffs, in Jupiler League

Almere City FC this evening in the Jupiler League the last ticket for the play-offs for promotion/relegation to get caught. The team of coach Jack de Gier assured of participation on the last day with a 2-0 win of FC Volendam.

Almere City started the final game of the regular season with a lead of three points on the Volendam and had enough of a tie to the play-offs. The North-Dutch were able to Almere as the only team still kept from participation in the play-offs.

Silvester van der Water, opened a small fifteen minutes before time the score for Almere City. Six minutes later, doubled Tom Overtoom the lead.

By the victory of end, the residents of almere with 52 points as ninth in the rankings. That place gives right to a place in the first round of the play-offs.

NEC, De Graafschap, Telstar, FC Emmen, SC Cambuur, MVV Maastricht and FC Dordrecht have qualified previously for the play-offs.

Ajax was thanks to a 2-1 victory at MVV champion in the Jupiler League and Jong PSV lost 1-0 at Fortuna Sittard, therefore, after sixteen years to return in the Eredivisie. Beloftenploegen, however, may not participate in the play-offs.

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FC Emmen

FC Emmen played for a private audience with a 0-0 flush against Young FC Utrecht, but the insured is nevertheless of the seventh place. This flows the drent egyptians in the play-offs in the second round.

SC Cambuur could Emmen as the only team still in seventh place to hold off. The Marbles won with 0-1 at Telstar, but ended by a slightly less goal difference in eighth.

Justin Mathieu is the new to matchwinner at Cambuur after a little more than half an hour of play a penalty to use it. The penalty kick was caused by Rodny Lopes Cabral, who for his transgression, a red card was given.

Just like Emmen may NEC, De Graafschap and Telstar, the first round of the play-offs skip. The Nijmegenaren played 3-3 at FC Dordrecht and ended up as third.

The County closed the season with a 2-2 tie in Young AZ and seized the fourth place. Fabian Serrarens and Mark Diemers scored for the Doetinchemmers and Mees hoedemakers, niko vervaet and Mees Kaandorp were spot-on behalf of the Alkmaarders.

Except for Almere City and Cambuur begin MVV Maastricht and FC Dordrecht in the first round of the play-offs. MVV ended up as tenth in the rankings, and Dordrecht ended the season, although finished in the thirteenth spot, but assured thanks to the third periodetitel of participation in the play-offs.

View the results and the final standings in the Jupiler League


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