Henk de Jong had Monday blink his or her eyes when he at De Vijverberg arrived. He drove with his car in one fell swoop the hysteria that’s associated with an imminent return to the Premier league. The supporters of The County were rows for the stadionkassa’s to winning duels against Almere City.
Henk de Jong (De Graafschap)
“That’s mighty nice, man,” says the trainer of The County. “It is unbelievable what is happening here. We have 4,000 seizoenkaarthouders and there can be 12,000. That another 8,000 cards were hup, so in one time. That supporters find this beautiful. This is a great club, you know. The atmosphere is beautiful Sunday. A noise that it is. But we’re going to now not yet look to the future. First time to Almere. Who have a really good team, but so do we.”
While there every now and then ganzenpoep out of thin air (the flying beasts terrorizing as bombers in a computer game for the umpteenth times per year the training ground, The youngster that his team is fully fit for the grand finale of the season. He knows it sits well in the team. “That is because even experienced guys who do not play so often, such as Agil Etemadi, Kevin van Diermen and Sjoerd Ars, very important for me and this group,” says De Jong, who with the Superboeren directly the first started want to store in Almere, to Sunday with a head start on the return to start.