Frank de Boer: I would not go to coach Barcelona until I’m finished at Ajax – Dutch Eredivisie news

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Frank de Boer: I would not go to coach Barcelona until I’m finished at Ajax – Dutch Eredivisie news
Ajax Amsterdam manager Frank de Boer has expressed his love for the Dutch giants and has revealed that he would turn down a coaching at Barcelona to stay in Amsterdam.
The 41-year-old started his coaching career in the 2008/09 season, when he was given the charge of Jong Ajax. Going one step better, during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the Dutch mentor became the assistant coach of Netherlands national side.
At the start of the 2010/11 season, the 41-year-old became the assistant coach of the Amsterdam giants, and following the resignation of Martin Jol in December 2010, De Boer was appointed as the Amsterdammers boss.
The young tactician did well to guide his side to their 30th Eredivisie title by the end of the season.
The Dutch trainer, who wore the jersey of from 1998/99 to 2002/03 season, expressed his affection for the Eredivisie giants and stressed that he has a lot to achieve with Ajax in the seasons to come.
Moreover, the 41-year-old revealed that he would not go to coach the Catalan giants until he is finished at Amsterdam Arena.
“Even if Barcelona were to approach me tomorrow, I would not go. I'm not finished here. I’m home and my family loves it in the, they do not feel the need to move again”, De Boer said while talking to the media.
The former Dutch stopper then went on to reveal that it would be great if he remains the Ajax boss for the next ten years.
“Would I like to remain with Ajax for the next ten years? That would be great”, De Boer added.
The Amsterdammers are currently fourth in the league table and trail the league leaders Alkmaar by six points.
Although the Amsterdam giants started their title defence in style, their erratic showings in the last couple of games have dropped them down in the league table.
De Boer admitted that he feels bad whenever his side drops points.
“Of course there are bad moments as well. When we lose points or when I get the feeling that I'm losing control. But the good moments easily outweigh the bad ones”, De Boer concluded.
Ajax will host AZ at Amsterdam Arena in their upcoming league encounter on October 15, and De Boer would be hoping that his side secures all three points to get closer to the league leaders.



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