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Wolf goes’ little bit of it “that Attorney at Feyenoord remains

John Wolf is hopeful that Dick Advocaat next season’s coach of Feyenoord. The assistant coach announced on Thursday that he has extended his contract with the Rotterdam club, bearing in mind that Attorney probably will too.

John Wolf is hopeful that Dick Advocaat next season’s coach of Feyenoord. The assistant coach announced on Thursday that he has extended his contract with the Rotterdam club, bearing in mind that Attorney probably will too.

“Of course I hope remains that Advocaat,” the Wolf said in interview with Radio Rijnmond. “I’m also a little bit of it, but the only one who knows himself Lawyer.”

The 57-year-old De Wolf, who in late October simultaneously with Advocaat was appointed, extended his contract by two years until the summer of 2022. The fifteen year old Advocaat left on March 9 that he will end this month give clarity about his future.

“I do not know what he will do,” stresses Wolf. “I know that after the Classic, which Sunday was on the program, to be known, but the coronavirus are now other things are important.”

Dick Advocaat with assistant coach John Wolf and Said Bakkati. (Photo: Pro Shots)

“We know when we have to work hard ‘

If Attorney-signing, it will probably be for a season. The club already announced by wanting the former coach of Orange, which leaves Feyenoord excellent performance after a dramatic league start under Jaap Stam.

The current number three lost under Advocaat still in the Eredivisie and the Wolf is also more than satisfied with the cooperation. “We know when we have to work hard, and if there is room for fun,” he says.

“And there is a click between the players and the staff. It radiated we out until last week. Unfortunately, there is a hitch with the coronavirus. Let’s hope that the Netherlands comes out well, though much bad there posts come by. ”

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