Aad de Mos thinks that the younger coaches in the Netherlands should be apprenticed to Louis van Gaal. The ‘typical’ Dutch system is outdated and De Mos does not see flexibility to switch to a different way of playing among trainers.
Frank de Boer is therefore not suitable as a national coach, the analyst adds VI LIVE. “You have to have a helicopter view and experience that there are different coaches who do it their way. We think that 4-2-3-1 football is as it should be, but that is outdated. With five men behind, like the Germans do. it is much more dynamic. “
Louis van Gaal is a coach who understands this according to De Mos. “He is the only one who has done that and that is why I have a lot of respect for him. He once conjured that out of the hat with Kuyt on right back, everyone made fun of it, but it did happen. also have to come back sometime. “
For now, the former coach of Ajax and PSV, among others, thinks that the Orange will benefit from an experienced trainer. “We need a seasoned coach who explains it for them. Tactically individually they are very limited players. De Boer has the DNA of Ajax, but international football has simply changed.”
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