Jeremiah St. Juste picks up the ball from Luuk de Jong and thus stands at the base of the 2-0 against PSV.
“Marcelo, I found a fantastic backup. Okay, he is on the left side, but he is also such a dynamic defender that a lot of comes to mind. Dani Alves, I think on the right, great,” says St. Juste, which as a central defender was bought and is now transformed. “Under Foppe de Haan, I also played on the midfield, but that time seems to be over. I find the position I now play quite fine. Dreams of a place in the center? No john, it’s really good.”
Loads of criticism
St. Juste has against PSV again demonstrated that he as a right back also has a future. After his blazing red card against Ajax (“After five minutes I was back in the dressing room…”), he received loads of criticism on him, including teammates, and he was for weeks spectator. There was the abandoned match against VVV (light will turn off after two minutes).
St. Juste get red in the Johan Cruijff ArenA.
That the players of Feyenoord after Ajax-Feyenoord is also working hard in their judgment should be in his own eyes at the profklimaat. “It was not against me as a person, but against what I at that time did. It is well discussed in a correct way. I know that boys, is why you can have that. I knew, of course, the best thing I had done. For the team, for the coach, for the fans and for myself annoying enough.”
Van Persie said it all
Such learning opportunities should help him at Feyenoord and advance to a higher level. Robin van Persie said two months back that the team still would be a surprise. That sounded to many foreign in the ears, but the training gave the ex-international that feeling. St. Juste: “Robin has totally right. At the training you will see a very high level. That should be in matches more often to come to the front. Luckily that was against PSV is now the case. As players we have the feeling that we still grow.”
St. Juste runs hot for PSV at home
For St. Juste was during his long suspension last month case, not to bags. Giovanni van Bronckhorst sent him, therefore, aware with Jong Feyenoord to England for a spell with Sparta Prague (Under 23). That was not a request but a ’communication’, so let the coach know. St. Juste accepted it and used the duel to be sharp at the start against PSV. St. Juste: “I must now hold on to and I hope that we, as a team, the line of our game against PSV extension.”