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Van Basten: Cruyff would be ashamed of Barcelona if he were alive!

Van Basten: Cruyff would be ashamed of Barcelona if he were alive!

Anwar Ibrahim (Cairo)

Veteran Dutch star Marco van Basten, three-time Ballon d’Or winner (88, 89 and 1992), criticized Barcelona’s contract policy and negotiated with Frenkie de Jong to leave immediately or face a significant reduction in his salary.

In an interview with Zico Sport TV, Netherlands and Barcelona legend Johan Cruyff said that if he were around today, he would be ashamed and embarrassed by the actions of the Catalan club. than the status and prestige of Barcelona.
Johan Cruyff, born on April 25, 1944 and died on March 24, 2016 at the age of 68, was a legendary Dutch star who starred with Barcelona as a player and technical director, and introduced expansive football to Barca. Cruyff began his career as a player at Ajax Amsterdam (1964–1973), then moved to Barcelona (1973–1978), then moved to the United States, where he played for the Los Angeles Aztecs, then the Washington Diplomats, before returning to Europe. Playing for the Spanish team Levante, then for the Netherlands with his first team Ajax (1981-1983), then Feyenoord (1983-1984), he began his coaching career at Ajax in 1985, then Barcelona (1988-1996 ) and rules the beautiful Dutch elaborate football in Catalonia. founded and is a great “technical” credit to Barcelona as a player and coach, which is why he deserves the title of honorary president of the club for life.
Barcelona have not only been the target of criticism from Ajax and AC Milan legend Van Basten in the 1980s, but also Manchester United’s approach to pre-season and its long trips abroad. It wears the players down and makes them no longer useful.
He commented, “Every summer they tour the world, it’s ironic, they have to stop doing that, it’s stupid, because these tours are dangerous for the players, they pay the price physically.” Van Basten, who won the European Cup of Nations with the Dutch national team in 1988, along with his colleagues Ruud Gullit and Frank Rijkaard, said that doing the “Red Devils” in this environment was pointless and his only goal was to develop more. Money.
After Ajax’s win over Groningen last Sunday, Van Basten took a swipe at the young Brazilian, Ajax Amsterdam’s Dutch star Anthony, and questioned his status as a winger despite the player scoring one goal and another. 6/1. He said: I hope to see more of this young player (22 years old), I think he is a good player but sometimes I think he plays badly and loses the ball. Anthony was reportedly linked with a move to Manchester United, but a deal did not materialize.

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