Patrick Pothuizen (L) has hands made and will red get, Luuk de Jong (r) dives in vain for the ball
Trainer Mark van Bommel expects that the hometown audience tonight more sound than the fans of Tottenham Hotspur, who are at Wembley were fully overwhelmed by the supporters from Eindhoven.
Premier league-top scorer Luuk de Jong is already looking all the way to take in the Achterhoek. The striker grew up under the smoke of The Vijverberg, made his debut on behalf of The County in the Premier league and, in 2009, after fourteen matches have already been picked up by FC Twente. “It is always good to be in Doetinchem. A fantastic city. I still remember how tense I was when I got to the first team came,” said The Young, which is the button after the loss to Spurs soon converted. “It is a change, but the focus is now back on The County. In the league we are just very dedicated. Hopefully we are after Saturday nights on 36 points.”
What spectacle is concerned, it promises the last meeting between De Graafschap and PSV in Doetinchem in the netherlands of more than three years ago, a lot of good. PSV missed a 0-3 lead, survived at 3-4 a crazy scrimmage and finally won 3-6. The Young was in that duel, a time accurate.