Van Bronckhorst: ’Heracles Almelo a competitor

Giovanni van Bronckhorst has the titeldroom not completely out of the head.

“We can be good to do business with the points to address and the gap with United to make it larger. It is important to win your competitors,” said trainer Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

Feyenoord and Heracles both have twenty points, but the team of van Bronckhorst has already after one minute abandoned match against VVV-Venlo a duel less played. The Feyenoord trainer is fearful of the opposition of Heracles. “It is always a difficult away game for us. Especially now that they have such a good start of the league.”

Van Bronckhorst has Heracles meticulously analyzed and clearly see the hand of trainer Frank Wormuth. “With the new trainer they have a different way of playing. It sticks well together. It is a team that is very compact, can play and in addition have them with the boys as Peterson and Kuwas players who can make the difference. It is a team that really if a team is playing. They want to work together and make the meters. That makes it a very tough team to play against. That they have proven in matches that they have played, and that proves to also be the place in the rankings.”

That Feyenoord preliminary fights for the third place, leads, according to Van Bronckhorst not to motivational problems with his players. The Feyenoord-trainer wants, is also not yet won the title. “I hope that the connection can be maintained with PSV and Ajax. That third place, we want to hold and see what there is still possible to rise. The performance of Ajax and PSV are also affected. Each week can be different. It can of course flip. Ajax and PSV can also score going to lose and we have to wait. Meanwhile, we do need to be yourself to win.”

On the basis of the game that his team has recently shown, Van Bronckhorst confidence in a good result against Heracles. “With the exception of the match against Ajax, we have in recent weeks played in the way that I would like to see. With a lot of pace and lots of movement. I hope now to see you again.”

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