PSV is unstoppable in the Eredivisie. Played fourteen, won fourteen. In a week in which the Eindhoven team had three difficult away games, they ‘normally’ won three times, including the victory on Sunday at competitor Feyenoord. Coach Peter Bosz is full of praise for his team and does not expect them to weaken this season.
“I am proud,” said Peter Bosz with a small glint in his eye. “You know that this will be an extremely difficult block with away games against FC Twente, Sevilla and Feyenoord. But this team just manages to win all three. Then you can only be proud.”
A dream week for PSV, but it looks like it will be a dream season for the Eindhoven team. It is not without reason that Feyenoord coach Arne Slot said after the Feyenoord-PSV match that his team must focus on second place for the time being. He also sees that this PSV is unapproachable and normally does not drop many points.
“I didn’t quite expect these performances either.”
“I don’t expect that either,” said Bosz. “I don’t have the feeling that laziness is creeping into this team. This week there was no euphoria due to the wintering in the Champions League. We were there again today. If laziness were to creep into this team, we should have seen it already.”
And so PSV seems to be well on its way to the title, the first since 2018. Of course, PSV is not talking about it out loud yet, but a ten-point lead is very big. Looking for an explanation for PSV’s success, the trainer pointed to his team again.
“This is the best group I have ever worked with. There is really a lot of quality in this selection. They are eager from day 1. You felt that they haven’t become champions for five years. But I didn’t quite expect that we would do so well. I am a bit surprised about that,” the trainer concluded his praise.
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