Tadic set button after Ajax-feast: ’for title’

Dusan Tadic and This Is after the win in Athens.

Confronted with the statement – ” You’d better chase than be chased’ – by the former coach Martin Jol, who in 2010 at the end of the ride with 46 hits better goal difference, one point short came to FC Twente, laughs the attacker. “I totally agree. It is easier to be behind someone to run. But at some point you have to come closer,” said Tadic. And, know Gig since 2010, also, the leader just before the finish line or overtake.

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Last year played Ajax a couple of hours before Feyenoord-PSV against ADO Den Haag. The Locals remained at 0-0 stitches. “It shows that we are only to ourselves should look, and each race focus should be in order to win. If PSV lose points at Feyenoord, but we do not win, has that much less value,” says the Ajax use.

Difficult run-in

Tadic stressed that the button after AEK Athens, where a placement for the eighth finals of the miljoenenbal was accomplished, is converted. “We are pleased with the wintering in the Champions League, but have nothing tangible. In the league we want to be filled up for the championship. Only is it difficult to catch up if PSV nothing to spill. PSV has a great team and that doesn’t make it easy. But we will to the end continue to fight.”

The Serb feels like old rot valued. “It is in every team’s important that you have a mix between experienced and talented players. Only young or old players is not good. In our group you see the chemistry. Lasse, Klaas-Jan, Daley and I are there with our routine for the youngsters to help. And the young people are doing fantastic, are good boys and listen good.”


After the duel with FC Bayern Munich said Tadic extended with At Hag and he gave what the players wanted differently. “We feel comfortable, everyone is on the same page (same for eyes, red.). You can in a season does not win all the matches. Already this year we have a lot of good moments. But perhaps the defeat at PSV somewhere good for”, he replied to the question of whether the game in Eindhoven was a turning point in the relationship between Erik ten Hag and his players. “We have the stuff analysed, that is not going well, but we are on the right track and should persevere.”

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