COACH LOOKING TO LEARN FROM LOSS

Erwin Koeman was upbeat after Wednesday’s loss in London, despite admitting that he doesn’t like the taste of defeat. ‘The timing is not bad. This is an instructive lesson for the players, because we gave the game away in two minutes when they scored twice. We can get to work on that. There was also a lack of concentration and we didn’t play aggressively enough.’ Koeman was less optimistic about Romeo Castelen’s injury. ‘I hope he makes the first league game against NAC, but I’m afraid he won’t.’ Koeman had little to say about trialist Hirayama: ‘He saw little of the ball so I cannot easily judge him.’

The players were somewhat deflated by the London experience. ‘It was tough and we scarcely threatened. Unfortunately we weren’t up to it,’ said Tim Vincken. An opinion shared by Hossam Ghaly: ‘We created too little, but I think that we can get to work on this. You can also learn from this.’

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