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Bayern boss criticises Van Gaal's coaching style November 26, 2011 7:56pm BERLINBayern Munich's director of sport Christian Nerlinger on Saturday criticised former coach Louis van Gaal, set to become Ajax's general director in 2012, saying the
The decision will be made following an internal political war that has dragged on for months and has even involved allegations of racism against Cruyff which he has denied. The Dutch maestro, one of the finest players to grace the game, is a man with
Cruijff was surprised earlier this week by the announcement that Van Gaal is to return to the club. The decision was taken by the four other members of the supervisory board, without consulting Cruijff...According to the Telegraaf, the four board
The move is being seen as a slap in the face for Johan Cruijff, the fifth supervisory board member and who was not at the meeting...In a reaction, Cruijff said it was up to Ajax members to decide if Van Gaal is to return. 'I would also like to know
Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane on Friday explained the surprise omissions of Thulani Serero and Andile Jale from the South African squad to face the Ivory Coast and Zimbabwe. "It had nothing to do with their talent or ability," he said. "It was
Holland-based midfield sensation Thulani Serero is relishing the prospects of playing against the star-studded Ivory Coast in the Mandela Challenge in Port Elizabeth on November 12, reports the Sowetan . Serero has been declared fit to play by his
The rest of the top of the table remains unchanged after a string of draws. Ajax of Amsterdam, down to ten men, were lucky to hold Rotterdam's Feyenoord to a 1-1 draw. Vitesse and PSV Eindhoven also drew 1-1, as did Groningen and FC Twente.
Ajax' first Group D win was due to goals from Derk Boerrigter and Christian Eriksen. The Amsterdammers are now joint second in Group D, with four points from three matches.
Dutchman Jan Olde Riekerink was appointed head coach of China's Under-19 national team when he signed a five-year contract with the Chinese Football Association (CFA) in Beijing on Wednesday. The 48-year-old, who worked at Jong Ajax, the reserve team
A dominant Ajax Amsterdam cruised to a 5-1 home win over Heerenveen to regain the lead in the Dutch league Sunday. Striker Kolbeinn Sightorsson broke the deadlock eight minutes before the interval with his first goal for champions Ajax though seconds