Ajax sacks Head Coach Alfred Schreuder

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Alfred Schreuder has been fired as Ajax manager after his team’s terrible run of form continued with a 1-1 draw against Volendam.

The Dutch giants have only won two games since November 1, and a late equalizer from Ghana’s Mohammed Kudus was the only thing that kept them from falling farther behind.

The Dutch champions were held to a 1-1 draw at home by an ailing Volendam team, which proved to be the final straw for Schreuder, who has struggled since taking over from Erik ten Hag this season and faced a reported dressing room revolt from his players.

Schreuder’s sixth draw in his last nine games as coach, and the strain had began to mount on his shoulders as the supporters grew increasingly impatient.

Following the disappointing midweek defeat, the club issued the following statement: ‘Ajax has immediately suspended Alfred Schreuder. The trainer’s contract was set to expire on June 30, 2024, but it will be canceled immediately.

The key grounds for this choice are the many points lost and the team’s lack of development. The club’s management is no longer optimistic about future collaboration.

‘The partnership with assistant coach Matthias Kaltenbach will also come to an end.’

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