Live NH Sport: Telstar can play football freely against FC Emmen

Live NH Sport: Telstar can play football freely against FC Emmen Sport

There is also little left for Emmen to play. The people of Drenthe are twelfth in the first division and still have to move up quite a few places to qualify for the play-offs. Due to the disappointing results, Emmen put aside trainer Fred Grim a week and a half ago. The shock effect did not materialize. Under the leadership of interim coach Alfons Arts, they lost 3-1 to MVV Maastricht.

Undefeated home streak

Telstar, currently sixteenth, plays for sporting honor and undefeated home status. The audience at Schoonenberg sports park cannot complain, because they have not lost on their own field since December 15 last year (FC Dordrecht, 0-2). The White Lions Since then, they have played eight matches, four of which ended in a win and four in a draw. In the remaining programme, coach Uli Landvreugd’s team will visit FC Eindhoven and Willem II, while FC Groningen will come to Velsen-Zuid.

Telstar – FC Emmen starts tonight at 8 p.m. and you will receive commentary from reporter Frank van der Meijden.

Helmond Sport – Jong Ajax

You can also follow the achievements of Ajax’s talents in NH Sport. The promising team of trainer Dave Vos will play against Helmond Sport in North Brabant. At the opponent Martijn Kaars is making an impression this season. With 21 goals, the Monnickendammer is the top scorer at the second highest level in the Netherlands. It is not enough to help Helmond towards the play-offs, because the club does not play a significant role either in the period or in the rankings.

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