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Ajax joins Belgian to become Steven Bergwijn's successor – Football News

Ajax joins Belgian to become Steven Bergwijn's successor – Football News

Ajax started the season disastrously. It was last for a while, but has now risen to fifth place.

It seems that Ajax is on its way to playing a major role in Dutch football again in the near future, but things looked very different at the beginning of the current season after a series of wrong transfers. There is no doubt that part of this success story will also be written by a Belgian.

Mika Godts has been sidelined for a long period due to injury, but played for Young Ajax again last weekend. There he immediately caught his attention again, and in the Netherlands he was already nominated as Steven Bergwijn's successor.

It is difficult to integrate Godets into Ajax's first team

In “That Was the Weekend” our compatriot heard many nice comments. “Delicious. When you see this… this boy can play great football,” Mario Benn said of Godets. “He has the ball on a string. Great moves come from the outside in. “This is worth dying for.”

Although it is not easy to fit him into John van Te Schip's 5-4-1 formation. “If they continue to play with this system, of course it will be difficult to overthrow it,” Bean said of Godets.

The former KRC Genk player has already played 12 times for the first team, ultimately providing one assist. For the reserves, he scored 9 goals and made 4 assists in 24 matches.

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