AGF-coach David Nielsen will see more attitude from the airport and the citizens of aarhus, than he looks at the moment.
As the former head coach at Lyngby and with an active career as a football player in FC Copenhagen, he believes that there is a mentalitetsforskel on the locals and the people of aarhus.
It tells David Nielsen, who on Sunday extended his contract as head coach in AGF until the summer of 2023, in a great interview in Aarhus Stiftstidende.
- As the royal capital, there is no doubt that Aarhus will always be challenged on the attitude in relation to the copenhageners. I have worked in Lyngby and the brand, how it is to have locals.
- In Jutland is that the here royal jordbundethed, which we all love, but which we cannot use to a damn thing in sports, says David Nielsen at Århus Stiftstidende.
- It is a fine balance, but it is the great weakness of Aarhus - we are too earthbound and dare not dream.
- It is a weakness that is hard to make up with. It happens only through performance, where you can grow yourself to the attitude, which tells the AGF coach to the newspaper.
David Nielsen was employed as the CHIEF-trainer in the fall of 2017.
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Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 19:00