by Robin Jongmans
Thom Haye possessed (under the watchful eye of sporting director Mauro Meluso, agent Frank Schouten, and general director Giuseppe Mercadante) for two years at Lecce.
Thom Haye (23) makes a press conference the move from Willem II to U. S. Lecce, that is promoted to the Serie B. He signs a contract for two seasons, with an option for another two years.
For the midfielder, who was trained in AZ, so his dream of being in Italy to play in performance. He was yesterday, especially from the Netherlands, flown by the club, where Graziano Pelle was trained and made his debut in the Series A. Haye was deep into the night catching up by owner and management, who have ambitious plans and the club in the long term want to return to Serie A.
Haye gets former Lazio Roma midfielder and 3-times Italian international Fabio Liverani as a coach. Thus he had this morning have a great conversation with the traditieclub, which in 2012 was restored to the c Series.
Since the takeover by the consortium of Saverio Sticchi Damiani watching the club up again. There is already built a state of the art training complex, and Haye is one of the first reinforcements for the return in the Serie B. In Italy, they keep their eyes and ears open for Dutch players, now guys like Hans Hateboer and Marten de Roon (both Atalanta) from the Dutch subtop an excellent make an impression in Serie A.
“I think that a competition in the South of Europe to me in terms of style is well and have a strong pronounced that I prefer to Italy,” says Haye, his eyes gazing in one of the most beautiful areas of the country. “Really, I did not know much of, but it looks here fantastic. The trainer has a great record of service. In the interviews it turned out that the people here really know what kind of player I am and many have viewed. You notice that Lecce still a big club and that they are in Italy, happy to that they are in any case already back in the Serie B. I hope there’s a nice part of ga.”
“I hope to be a nice part of the club go,” says Thom Haye.
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