Rangers only second in Scotland: Emotional Ajax farewell to United hope

Rangers only second in Scotland: Emotional Ajax farewell to United hope

Rangers only second in Scotland
Emotional Ajax goodbye for United Hope

mid of May. The club football season is slowly coming to an end. Photos of farewell, exile and title ceremony travel around the world. Impressive scenes take place at Ajax Amsterdam, where successful coach Erik ten Haag resigns with a championship title. In Scotland, a serial winner sits at the top.

Coach Erik ten Haag has bid adieu to Manchester United with a championship title from top Dutch club Ajax Amsterdam. The record champions achieved the breakthrough by defeating SC Heerenveen 5–0 (3–0) on the final day of the Honors Division. Now with 82 points, Ajax could no longer be intercepted by PSV Eindhoven (78), the cup winner being the last remaining competitor in the championship race.

Bayern Munich started the deal with Nausser Mazrouei for the hosts. Nicolas Tagliafico (19th), Steven Bourguis (33rd) and former Frankfurt Sebastian Haller (38th penalty kick) made the 36th championship for Ajax almost perfect in the first half. Picked by Brian Brobe (85′) and Edson Alvarez (90′). The fact that PSV, along with outgoing coach Roger Schmidt and 2014 world champion Mario Götz, won together 3–2 (2–0) against NEC Nijmegen, no longer played a role.

Ten Haig, 52, leaves Amsterdam after five years and follows a fresh season as team manager at Manchester United on an interim resolution Ralph Rangnik, During his tenure, Ten Haig won three league titles and two cups with Ajax and reached the semi-finals of the Champions League with the club in 2018/19.

Series winners in Scotland

Meanwhile, Celtic Glasgow have won the league title for the 52nd time in Scotland. With a 1–1 draw at Dundee United, team manager Ange Postecoglu’s team secured their tenth title in eleven years on the final day. This means that Celtic have secured participation in the group stage of the Champions League.

Defending champions Glasgow Rangers, Eintracht Frankfurt’s opponents in the Europa League final in Seville next Wednesday, may have won their home game 4-1 against Ross County, but are six points behind and have no chance of stopping their long-term rivals. Is. Last season, Rangers, the European record champions with 55 national titles, were 25 points ahead of Celtic.

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