Van de Looi provides an update on Boadu: ‘Two questionable cases cannot be identified’

Van de Looi provides an update on Boadu: 'Two questionable cases cannot be identified'

Erwin van de Looi has explained why he did not choose Myron Boadu for the Netherlands club, which will soon play against Young Bulgaria and Young Switzerland. The Monaco striker is not fit enough to play a full match.

“Myron is back from a long injury,” Van de Loy says in a conversation with international football† “We have been in contact with Monaco and Myron. They say: He is currently not fit enough to play full games† With Brian Brobie, we have another Striker only available on a limited basis. We play two games in a short time. Then we cannot afford to choose two questionable cases. Myron is on standby.”

Boadu’s absence has nothing to do with the incident that occurred at the end of 2021. At that time, the striker was excluded from the selection after the first match with Young Switzerland. Van de Looi continues: “Every young player can err once, and err. This always comes with ups and downs.” “That’s also part of it. Sometimes you also have to take action, like we did in November. But that doesn’t mean he’s no longer eligible for Young Orange. I spoke to him and he would like to.”

The Dutch juniors will play Young Bulgaria in Sofia on Friday evening, next Tuesday, a match against Young Switzerland within the program. The match kicks off at 6.45pm at De Adelaarshorst in Deventer.

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