RVP hesitant for future in football

first_imgRobin van Persie, the legendary Dutch forward, has admitted he has been contemplating his future as his contract at Feyenoord is expiring as soon as the season ends.Van Persi, who turned 34, returned to his first ever club in January from Fenerbahce, where he played ever since his departure from Manchester United in 2015. Despite scoring the second goal in the 3-0 victory over AZ Alkmaar and winning the Dutch Cup on Sunday – his first major trophy in his home country – he admitted it is becoming increasingly difficult for him to keep up with his own pace.“There will come a moment where I have to be honest with myself — like now,” van Persie shared, according to ESPN.2010 World Cup. Netherlands, Robon Van persie, Wesley Snieder, Rafel van de VartReport: Babel says ego’s cost Holland World Cup glory George Patchias – September 10, 2019 Former Liverpool winger Ryan Babel has spoken out about four big ego’s that cost the Dutch national team, their best chance of World Cup…“But people don’t see the other side, which is that for the last three weeks, I have been going to bed at 10 p.m. every evening and that I eat the right things at the right time. There is a lot that comes with being able to deliver today and sometimes that is a struggle. … Sometimes the recovery takes a little longer than I want.”“I also really want it, but you have to be honest and people don’t see that other side,” Van Persie added. “And sometimes it really is a struggle and I get tired of it myself, to be honest.”last_img

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