Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, the Thai vice-chairman of Oud-Heverlee Leuven, on the clubwebsite started with a personal blog to the heated tempers to calm. Thus he reacts to a protestbrief that disabled supporters group Louvaniste last Friday sent to the chairman of the German OHL.
Oud-Heverlee Leuven has the start of the new season in the Proximus League completely missed. For disabled supporters group Louvaniste was that the signal to the Thai president protestbrief – in Thai – to send. The club since last season’s ownership of the Thai investment group King Power. Louvaniste suggested openly the position of trainer Nigel Pearson in question, and stressed that the communication with the supporters to be desired.
“We are halfway through the first period of this season and have to admit that the position in the rankings is no reflection of our ambition”, began Srivaddhanaprabha in his team. “The development of a new team takes time. We want to be as quickly as possible promote to 1A, but that shouldn’t be rushed to happen. There are shortcuts to achieve success, but that are detrimental in the longer term.”
According to the vice-chairman invests OHL, not only in players but also in facilities. “We continue to work on the development of King Power at Den Dreef Stadium and the training centre in Oud-Heverlee.”