Leon ten Voorde
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Leon ten Voorde enjoyed the first half of FC Twente against Go Ahead Eagles on Sunday afternoon. The journalist of the Tubantia thought the team of trainer Ron Jans came out very strong in the first company.
“The first half was very good,” says Ten Voorde at The Balls Mind. “For a club that plays at this level, around fourth or fifth place in the Eredivisie, you can hardly play better football. Until that last phase before the goal. Because if you peel it off completely, then they actually create it.” great field advantage too few chances.”
“But the game with and without the ball looked very good,” continues Ten Voorde. “There was a lot of pressure. The moment the ball was lost, the players of Go Ahead were immediately closed in by two or three people. Go Ahead had nothing to say at all. Only given the ascendancy, the supremacy and also the convenience with what it went, it should have been 3-0 at halftime, but with 1-0 against Go Ahead you just let them live.”
FC Twente failed to be supreme again in the second half. “Somehow they fell back very far after that and you could feel everything that there was going to come a moment when Go Ahead would really get a chance. It was so unstable at FC Twente in that final phase and it slipped out of your hands. That penalty kick didn’t come out of the blue,” said Ten Voorde.