You can see he is riding a high at the moment. It's funny how some thought that he was moving below his level at the start of the season. Well done to Tadic for proving everyone wrong. As dominant as Ajax seem domestically, it will be huge for them to even lift the Eredivisie, let alone the Champions League. I note this because in the last 4 seasons, Ajax has not won the Dutch title. And it's still a question mark this season. The race is neck and neck with two rounds left, Ajax lead PSV on goal differential and head to head. Both are on 80 points. Ajax's remaining fixtures are Utrecht at home and De Graafschap away while PSV's remaining fixtures are AZ Alkmaar away and Heracles at home.Tadic playing CF for Krles Ajax. Didnt get the ball much but when he did he was triple teamed and still made some good passes to his team. Had a chance to put it away late but instead of kicking with his left he passed the ball to a player that hit the post. Ajax won 1-0 away from home
Wait you mean on Zizech? Cause I was thinking on Ziyech not Tadić :grin2:That's such an easy thing to say. He barely had the ball and if he needs something to "shine" then it's the ball. Ajax played in a different way against Spurs than recently apart from the first 20 minutes. You need that too in order to go far in a tournament. Spurs still have a good chance to go through btw.
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You wrote Tadić so I naturally assumed it was him.Wait you mean on Zizech? Cause I was thinking on Ziyech not Tadić :grin2:
He grew tired of having to work harder and longer in order to get into good positions and be able to execute with inferior players while being kicked out of games on a regular basis. The only coach who understood how to use him correctly was Koeman and that's because he worked in Eredivisie where he saw Tadić in all sorts of roles. Southampton also sold off their best players and lost important people in their club structure.I really believe it was that bad kick to his face which broke his nose - and likely gave him a concussion too - that started his long dip in form at Southampton. He likely lost trust in their system and the other players there to make a fair effort of defending him from assaults like that. I don't think that kick was an accident.