His decision to a year and a half to break back with the Stellar Group from England, that the agents Erkan Alkan and Mo Sinouh had won, led for Terence Kongolo to a terrible feud.
Kongolo is now freed from the real estate broker, after a riveting conflict. According to the current player of Huddersfield Town wanted his then representative solely of money on him to earn, at the expense of everything.
“The same people tried me previously at Feyenoord get away,” says Kongolo. “I remember that there was a rental period at FC Utrecht. The club wanted me. My agents said that I was to be the trainer had to go. So I go to the office of Ronald Koeman. ’Trainer, I would like to minutes and it is better that I am than to Utrecht go’. Koeman looked at me and said: well, you’re going nowhere. You state Friday in the basis against Vitesse and evidence, but that you often hear.”
When I got home I told them what Koeman had said. They said: ’That is not a certainty, it is better that you go to Utrecht. But I trusted myself, like I always do. If it is from my heart, comes from God. For God never lets his children down.”
His decision to join the Club to stay turned out well. “I’ve never been more out of the team. Koeman had of all the trainers first to trust in me. He stood behind me. After the world cup in Brazil there was pressure on me to leave at Feyenoord. That ’people’ wanted me to Stuttgart went and I was not allowed to bijtekenen. But I wanted my contract to be renew. I wanted at Feyenoord and as most expensive defender walk out the door. The club that I trained allowed me to earn.”
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