Around Ajax: DHSC Utrecht welcomes former Ajax player Ebecilio

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DHSC Utrecht welcomes former Ajax player Ebecilio

Lorenzo Ebecilio will continue his football career at DHSC Utrecht. The 31-year-old attacker went through Ajax’s youth academy between 2006 and 2011 and then played 38 matches in the first team of the team from Amsterdam. After his period at Ajax, Ebecilio played for clubs from Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Russia, Cyprus, Serbia and Japan. The former Ajax player is now returning to his native country and will play football at amateur level.

Ajax Supporters Delegation sends fans to support club and selection

Ajax Supporters Delegation directs Ajax fans to fully support the Amsterdam club in the second half of the season, as can be read on Instagram. It is clear that this season is more difficult than in previous years. Everyone wants to see improvement. We as supporters, but also certainly the players themselves. A lashing whistle concert does not help a player or team to get into better shape,’ said the delegation.

That is why they come up with a clear message. “The players need us more than ever! Sing and shout our club week in, week out to victory! No excuses! Together, on the way to number 37! Until Sunday!’

Timber in top 100 most expensive football players in the world

According to the Swiss CIESa football data agency, Jurriën Timber is one of the hundred most expensive players in the world. CIES has set Timber’s transfer value at 51.7 million euros, placing the Ajax defender in 93rd place in the Top 100 most expensive football players in the world. Jude Bellingham, an English midfielder from Borussia Dortmund, is according to CIES the most expensive player in the world. Its value is estimated at no less than 208 million euros.

Rulli says goodbye to teammates and staff Villarreal

Gerónimo Rulli has said goodbye to his teammates and technical staff at Villarreal, as can be seen on images from the Spanish ASH. Rulli will soon travel to Amsterdam to undergo his medical examination and to complete his transfer to Ajax. According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano and The Telegraph the transfer from Rulli to Ajax, including bonuses, will cost more than ten million euros. With Rulli, Ajax brings in the first goalkeeper of Villarreal and reserve goalkeeper of the Argentinian national team.

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Suárez presented to frenzied Grêmio crowd

Luis Suárez was beautifully presented to Grêmio fans on the night from Wednesday to Thursday. The former Ajax player recently signed a two-year contract with the Brazilian club and was now officially presented to some 30,000 frenzied Grêmio supporters. Suárez played a few months before the World Cup at Club Nacional, the Uruguayan club where he also started his career. Grêmio is the seventh club in the impressive career of 35-year-old Suárez after Nacional, FC Groningen, Ajax, Liverpool, FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid.

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Van Boekel whistles the first Ajax match after the winter break

Ajax will have to deal with referee Pol van Boekel on Sunday afternoon. The KNVB has appointed Van Boekel to steer NEC – Ajax in the right direction. It is the first competition match for Ajax after the winter break and the meeting in Nijmegen starts on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 pm.

Taylor selected by UEFA on list of most promising players for 2023

Kenneth Taylor is through the UEFA selected on the list for the most promising players for 2023 under the age of 21. The Ajax player is one of the forty selected talents. Taylor was part of the World Cup selection of the Orange squad in Qatar and was even allowed to make his debut at a final tournament. The twenty-year-old midfielder has also been important for Ajax several times this season.

Former Ajax player Mbinga transfers to VVOG

Former Ajax youth player Elikia Mbinga continues his career at VVOG. This reports, among other things The Stentor. The attacking midfielder has signed a contract for one and a half years with the club from Harderwijk, which plays in the Derde Divisie. Mbinga comes from PEC Zwolle, where he played since 2018. Before that, he spent four years in Ajax’s youth academy.

Jensen announces his departure from Rosenborg BK

Victor Jensen has via Instagram announced his retirement from Rosenborg BK. The Danish midfielder was rented out by Ajax to the club from Norway. The rental deal ran until December 31, 2022, which means that the loan period has come to an end. Jensen still has a contract with Ajax until mid-2024 and will therefore return to Amsterdam. He may make a transfer. He was previously linked to Panathinaikos.

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