May 28, 2024

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Tariq Tisodale criticizes the Gent board: “If it was like this, you would not enjoy playing football”

Tariq Tisodale criticizes the Gent board: “If it was like this, you would not enjoy playing football”

Tariq Tisodale (30) opened the scoring, but that ultimately became just a footnote in Standard's 4-2 emphatic win. The Moroccan striker watched with sadness as his team conceded goals “too easily” and thus faces a disastrous 2024. Which led to a heated interview, with the Gent board in particular struggling: “The crux of the problem is simply transfer policy.”

“A lot of things went wrong in the second half,” said Tariq Tisodale after the match in which KAA Gent went from heaven to hell.

“Of course the red card played a role, but we conceded the goals very easily.”

“There's a lot to say about that, but I'd better keep my mouth shut.”

Although the Moroccan international responded to his bosses at Gent, when asked if he could put his finger on the wound: “The problems have been there since the winter.”

“The crux of the problem is simply the transfer policy. It's their fault,” Tissodale points out, referring to Gent's board and its winter transfer window. He saw key figures Fofana and Orbán leave for Olympique Lyonnais and Kuipers to Major League Soccer near Chicago.

In the opposite direction, it has remained relatively quiet at this level of quality. Record signing Sonko is not fit for the match, just like Gambor and Surdez. Japan's Yokota is already in rags.

Thus the ambitions radiated by Gent are no longer in line with the fiery ambitions of the striker and therefore of the entire team: “Everyone here wants to be part of a high-quality team competing for trophies. If it has to be, if it is done that way, you will not enjoy playing football.” “.

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