Cor Adriaanse has been with us for decades as a youth trainer at Feyenoord for decades and has worked with a lot of young football players at that time. The trainee saw many talents being sent away over the years, but also thinks that the Rotterdammers have almost always had the right ending in the past.
We seldom saw who dropped off in the summit. Vincent Janssen left here, but was not ready at that moment,”he points out the current spearhead of Fenerbahçe in conversation with De Telegraaf as the exception. According to Adriaanse, Jordy Clasie is an example of a player who continued to fight as a talent:”According to some people, Clasie had to leave here, but that just said: I don’t let myself be sent away. Beautiful that he has just become captain of Feyenoord 1 and won the Dutch team.
Adriaanse sees that many youth players start playing football before the training and after a match they start playing football again. He thinks it is nonsense that it is said these days that after forty minutes young players are said to be’ over the border’ and Lutsharel Geertruida mentions as an example:”He comes from the Fire Plate here in Rotterdam-South. He still walks in the evening on a small square to play balls. Do I have to say that is not allowed? Those are lovers.
Do you think Jordy Clasie will return to Feyenoord in the future?