Fifth loss in a row for ADO Den Haag

ADO again this weekend suffered a defeat and a red card. Things are not going at all well for ADO; their season looks to be stumbling to a poor conclusion.

With manager Maurice Steijn sitting in the stands after his outburst at the referee last time around, Henk Fraser took charge of the team from the side line.

ADO were 2-0 down at half time. Things improved for a perios in the second half thanks to a goal by Keving Jansen, who was then later given a his marching orders for his second bookable offence.

The chances of ADO getting into the Europa league play-offs look like a distant dream now; with three games remaining others around them will have to have some serious failings to allow ADO any chance of that European ticket.

Photos courtesy of Robert John Henderson, to see more of his work, click HERE.

One thought on “Fifth loss in a row for ADO Den Haag

  1. UNFORTUNATELY,AS HAPPENS WITH A LOT OF TEAMS,THE WORLD OVER,AT THIS TIME OF THE SEASON………THE PLAYERS ARE ALREADY THINKING ABOUT WHAT LOVELY BEACH TO LIE ON IN THE SUMMER !!!!!
    THERE IS NO CHANCE OF GOING DOWN,AND NO CHANCE OF A EUROPA LEAGUE SPOT,SO SOME PLAYERS WILL BE GOING THROUGH THE MOTIONS!!!
    IT’S SAD BUT TRUE,AND WE MUST REALISE THAT FOR THE MAJORITY OF PLAYERS,IT IS JUST A JOB FOR THEM,UNLIKE US WHO HAVE THE LOVE FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE!!
    BEST WISHES TO ALL ADO FANS !!
    KEITH {EVERTON F.C.}

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *