Henk Spaan sees that everyone at Ajax puts the blame on someone else, he writes on Sunday The parole. The team from Amsterdam played a 0-0 draw on Saturday evening and ended the game with ten men after a red card from Devyne Rensch.
Afterwards, trainer Alfred Schreuder said that Edson Álvarez had to stay central, because then nothing was wrong. Then we’ll be two-on-one. If it were a violation then Edson would still be with Van Wolfswinkel’, said the coach. Spaan now responds to this comment. “What struck me was that Schreuder blamed Álvarez for Rensch’s red card.”
‘That’s what I say: the blame always lies with someone else and certainly never with Schreuder’, the columnist continues his story. “He blamed someone who managed to organize the defense after the break, something Schreuder has not managed to do this entire season.”
“Everyone talks about something and nobody is ever to blame for anything”
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar told earlier in The parole why Daley Blind wanted to leave Ajax. The departed Ajax player later responded by refuting it. ‘He (Blind, ed.) Would come back to it later. I don’t know what exactly. That’s the point at Ajax: everyone just talks and nobody is ever to blame.’