Chaos for Alan Pardew at ADO Den Haag: Hooligans hijack his training session and use a FLIPBOARD to try to change his tactics for bewildered players … after four non-win games and his team stuck in the relegation zone
- Alan Pardew’s training session with ADO Den Haag was interrupted by fans
- A group of ten supporters crashed the session and ventilated them frustrations
- It seems that the fans had a flipboard with them to discuss the tactical issues
- They are six points free from safety and four removed from the relegation play-off
Alan Pardew’s fight at ADO The Hague went to a new level this week when a group of angry supporters hijacked his training session in an attempt to improve his tactics.
Angry fans descended to the club’s training base during a session and presented Pardew and his players with a flipboard in an attempt to point out some of their mistakes in recent games.
Since winning his first responsible game, ADO Den Haag has lost two and drawn two of the following four games, making them six points safe and four away from a relegation play-off.
Alan Pardew’s training session at ADO Den Haag was interrupted by angry supporters
ADO The Hague is six points safe and four away from the relegation play-off location
However, things have clearly become too much for the fans and they took matters into their own hands by taking over the training.
In an image on social media, fans can lead a discussion with Pardew and his players.
About a dozen supporters seem to have been gathered for the team with a flipboard in the background.
According to Orange football, the incident went smoothly with the coaching staff and players who were willing to listen to the fans’ advice before the session continued as planned.
After their recent struggles, Pardew rebounded against his critics and insisted that his team be united in their fight to prevent the fall.
“It is unfortunate and misleading that all this is being said,” he said, according to Tribal Football.
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“Since I have been here, there have been speculations. About players I met, but also about problems between Dutch and English players.
‘Of course I can only judge what I see and it is not at all true that there are two groups. That the English players are separate from the Dutch players. The English boys were warmly welcomed.
‘We can only get rid of these nonsense stories if we grab points.
“As a trainer you are often criticized for the way you let your team play, but it has not often happened that I was fired as a” tactical nonsense. “
“I don’t personally take the criticism. I know that, like the players, I am determined to turn the tide quickly.
“I was brought in to protect the team against relegation and I am trying to do that. We try to find the right balance for the team in everything, systems and formations. ”