Koeman: “The Nations League is a different feeling’

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Ronald Koeman between his assistants Kees of Wonders (l.) and Dwight Lodeweges.

The team of coach Ronald Koeman is in Saint-Denis, a suburb of Paris, in front of world champion France. The French are afterwards honored for their success last summer in Russia.

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For Koeman, after five oefeninterlands his first official match as coach of Orange. “This feels different”, he acknowledges. “Everyone knows that even the winning of the Nations League is not EK-ticket results. But there are plenty of reasons for this to show up as qualifiers.” In the new landencompetitie is not only money, but also points again come in handy for the european CHAMPIONSHIP qualifier next year on the program.

Frenkie de Jong

May appear Frenkie de Jong after his strong debut as a substitute against Peru (2-1) for the first time in the basis. Koeman has announced his team is much more compact to play than last year, when Orange, with Dick Advocaat along the line open house held and the world cup qualifier in the Stade de France with a 4-0 lost.

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