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Date posted: 2023-05-22 11:08:00
ADO was unable to force play-offs in the last weeks of the season. The damage sustained at the start of the season under former trainer Dirk Kuijt turned out to be just a bit too great.
Since Dick Advocaat took office, it has won eight of the 21 games, drawn eight times and lost five. For example, on the last day of play, a new year begins KKD no longer preventable. However, the lawyer has laid a nice foundation to try to return to the next year Premier League.
The question is which players are still under contract in The Hague next year. Goalkeeper Sonny Stevens, captain Boy Kemper, Feyenoord mercenary Denzel Hall and the breakthrough Xander Severina all seem certain to leave the club. Perhaps Guillem Rodriguez, Sacha Komljenovic, Titouan Thomas, Max de Waal, Ricardo Kishna and Mario Bilate will remain loyal to the club despite expiring (rental) contracts. And who knows, Finn van Bremen will provide quite a few euros p to strengthen the selection in the necessary places.
Left row Then let’s concentrate on next Friday’s game. ADO is allowed to visit Young AZ. Earlier this season, ADO took a point at home against the promises from Alkmaar. Last season they won twice. A victory to close the competition with is therefore certainly a possibility.
ADO could be equal in points with the home team in the ranking of the KKD, but it has a much worse goal difference. It would of course also be nice to end the season in the left row. That is still possible if ADO itself wins in Wijdewormer and De Graafschap and Telstar don’t win.
Goalgetters Jong AZ has turned out to be the best of all promising teams this season, but with club top scorer Thomas Verheydt (D13, A4) in the ranks, ADO should be able to make things quite difficult for the Kaaskoppen. Verheydt scored 13 goals in 33 games, a lot less than his 30 last season.