Driessen does not crush the words: “The lock is historically ridiculous”

Valentijn Driessen is convinced that Peter Bosz would have been the successor to Erik ten Hagi if Marc Overmars had still been the director of football. De Telegraaf’s football manager knows that a member of the Antwerp board is charmed by the coach of Olympique Lyon.

In France, Bosz is in the middle of the national competition with Lyon, in the European league the team has been eliminated by West Ham United. Driessen doubts whether the Dutchman will be a candidate to take over from Ten Hag after this season. “If Marc Overmars had been there, Bosz would have become Ajax’s new coach. But now that Overmars has left, I think the director is Edwin van der Sar. Peter Bosz isn’t as charming as Overmars,” he reveals. morning head football on podcast Kick off.

“But you also have to look at what’s available on the market. Bosz isn’t available yet, but if he should and is the only candidate who meets all the requirements for an Ajax coach, I’ll almost condemn you,” he continues. Driessen, who sees Ten Hagi as just another potential descendant, if the Amsterdamers want a group of Dutch people.

“Then I only see Arne Slot next to Bosz. Then you should figure it out. I think Arne Slot is historically ridiculous, but he doesn’t keep saying ‘no,'” Driessen predicted. Slot said this week that he “can’t imagine” working as an Ajax head coach.

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