Wednesday, 24 May 2017

The Manchester Attack Will Hinder The Europa League Atmosphere – Ajax Manager

Ajax boss Peter Bosz says the Europa League final against Manchester United doesn't have the glow it should have  following the bomb attack in Manchester on Monday. There will be a minute's silence before the final at the Friends Arena in Stockholm on Wednesday after 22 people were killed and 59 were injured during the explosion which went off shortly after an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena.
Bosz expressed his sympathies at his pre-match press conference in Sweden and said the game will not be the same following the attack.

He said “What happened in Manchester is something that we all feel at Ajax, on behalf of the players and the staff, we at Ajax would like to express sympathy with the victims who unfortunately fell yesterday. The feeling that prevails is that the final doesn't have the glow it should have. Tomorrow evening should be a football feast, but because of events in Manchester, we're all affected, particularly as we're playing against Manchester. It's horrible. My heartfelt sympathies.”

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