PSV Eindhoven coach Mark Van Bommel has warned his team to be wary of ADO Den Haag ahead of the teams’ Eredivisie clash later today.
The defending Dutch champions have made a superb start to the defence of their title, winning four straight matches.
“We started to work out a game plan at the end of June and we have meanwhile made some good steps forward,” said Van Bommel at his pre-match press conference.
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“We practice things in training and it’s great to see them performed during the matches. And we win our games, which, I think, is pretty important.”
ADO have been inconsistent so far in 2018/19, registering two wins and two assists. Despite this, Van Bommel believes PSV must be careful in their trip to Cars Jeans Stadion.
“Yet ADO boast a squad full of experience. In fact they have gained more experience than we have. They can pick a side with some quality players and some instinctive, opportunistic players. They have two full back who regularly join the attack.”
The former Dutch international added, “We will not take any matches lightly. We must show every game we have ambition and we all know that the next game is always the most important one.
“When the players had returned from international duty, we turned our attention to the ADO Den Haag game. The team spirit is brilliant and there were plenty of good vibes in training this week.”