The Dutch football legend Marco van remain the last team to come into serious headwinds in their home country.
It happens after he Saturday on direct tv gave the nazi rallying cry 'Sieg Heil'.
The 55-year-old dutchman, the nazi-ups fell in the fight between van Bastens former club Ajax and Heracles – and 'Sieg Heil' was used to tease Heracles' German coach, Frank Wormuth.
But there were not many who could watch the fun in the comment – and, therefore, was the van remain the last team to subsequently have to explain themselves.
"It was never my intention to shock anyone. I just wanted to make fun of His' German," apologized the van remain the last team according to Algemen Dagblad, referring to the German reporter Hans Kraay, who had just had word from the football field.
Marco van remain the last team is one of the greatest attackers, when he in the end 80's and start 90's tørnede out for Ajax and AC Milan.
He was also the man behind the Dutch european championship triumph in 1988 – where he is in the finals scored the iconic helflugtermål from a very acute angle.
his Career stopped unfortunately early due to a series of knee injuries – but subsequently he has as a coach been in charge of among other things, Ajax and the Dutch national team.
Updated Date: 24 November 2019, 17:00