For Léon Bergsma, Ajax is the clear favourite within the diptych with BSC Younger Boys within the eighth remaining of the Europa League. Nonetheless, the group of coach Erik ten Hag isn’t ready for a straightforward job, says the youth product of the group from Amsterdam, who performs for the Swiss FC Aarau.
“They’re actually robust,” says Bergsma Ajax Showtime. “Younger Boys actually stands out in Switzerland.” Nonetheless, the group has its weaknesses. Younger Boys virtually misplaced a 3-0 lead towards Bayer Leverkusen: 4-3. “I see that extra usually. In opposition to us they had been additionally 3-0 forward after which it grew to become 3-2. They usually drop within the second half after an ideal first half.”
Though Younger Boys did remove Peter Bosz’s Leverkusen, Ajax has the very best credentials. “Ajax belongs to the European high. Then you must be capable to win from the highest of Switzerland”, says the defender, however he warns: “Younger Boys has group. You need to definitely not underestimate them. They’ve striker: Jean -Pierre Nsamé He was suspended towards Leverkusen, however he is the highest scorer An enormous, robust striker Behind them they’ve one other almost ten million euro striker employed from Stade Rennes: Jordan Siebatcheu It isn’t a sick group. “
The group from Amsterdam subsequently doesn’t play ‘towards the primary membership’. “If Ajax performs like towards PSV, will probably be very troublesome. But when they attain their regular stage, I feel it is 70 to 30 p.c in favor of Ajax.” Bergsma sees alternatives within the Europa League anyway. “I price Ajax very extremely. There are nonetheless a number of giant groups, similar to Manchester United, AC Milan and Arsenal, taking part. However these will not be groups that Ajax ought to actually be afraid of.”
“I do not assume Arsenal, for instance, is a favourite in the mean time towards Ajax. Possibly Manchester United, however you do not actually need to be afraid of that,” Bergsma concludes.
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