Erik ten Hag did not find ‘haircut’ after Ajax goal handy: ‘I told them that too’ | Football

Labyad celebrated his hit with gestures. The attacker formed scissors with his fingers, as if he were sitting at the hairdresser’s. That was not for nothing, in recent days a video of Labyad and his teammates André Onana and Quincy Promes appeared in a hairdresser’s chair. This led to angry reactions, especially on social media.

‘Old statues’

“I kind of understand those reactions,” said Labyad. “But those images of the hairdresser were from a long time ago. People could have seen that too. Because the barbershop was open and other people were also present. That is no longer the case, is it? ”

Trainer Erik ten Hag had also received the images and told his players to have confronted it. “I asked them about it,” said the coach. “And the boys did tell me that they were old images. Then I like to put the focus back on football. But the way the players celebrated Labyad’s goal, I didn’t think was convenient. I told them that too. ”

Labyad also turned his attention back to the game. “I am happy that we continue to convert. It was difficult conditions with that strong wind and that slippery field. No, I did not find it difficult to play with so many other teammates. We also often practice with the substitutes against the basic players during training. ”


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