PSV-striker Romero bones in a furious way

EINDHOVEN – Shortly before the end of the practice game between PSV and Valencia, there was a striking moment. Maxi Romero was ready to attack the Locals, but saw, to his great disappointment that the referee just ended the match.

PSV-striker Maxi Romero

Romero beende then angrily in the direction of the catacombs. The Argentine had clearly been looking forward to his first speelminuten in the Philips Stadium, but was only allowed at the end of the contest within the lines of coach Mark van Bommel. Too late, as it turned out.

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Van Bommel explained to FOX Sports why Romero, who after a long blessureperiode finally fit, only to let if fall in. “He has visited with Jong PSV played. We wanted him dropped, but the situation was just so that the referee affloot. Disappointed? Yes, of course. But that I would also.”


Luuk de Jong seems to be aanvoerdersband back at PSV. The striker was a week before the season officially starts up captain appointed in the practice game against Valencia. The Young started last season as captain, but was the band when at their own request, to Marco van Ginkel.

With a goal and an important role in the decisive penalty kick from Gaston Pereiro was The Young of its value against Valencia (2-1). Van Bommel: “Luuk is the whole preparation of our captain. I have still not definitively decided, but that I will do this week.”

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