Sports News | Ecuador, Qatar and Leiden in the third episode of Louis Hall

Presenters: Hermann Nanninga and Jim van der Dijel © Omroep West

Region – In this post we bring the latest news about regional sports teams or individual athletes from the region. From big football transfers abroad to the results of sports competitions at the top national level.

Louis Long Episode III

Presenters Jim van der Deijl and Herman Nanninga provide the latest World Cup news from the region in the Louis’ Lounge on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. In this episode, reporter Pim Markring asks the people of Leiden how far the Orange have come in the tournament, ESPN journalist Rick de Kock from Qatar tells us what the World Cup feels like there and Bas Moyes tells us all about Ecuador, the next opponent. From Holland.

Lois Long Episode 3

Martijn Lagendijk is the new coach of the Rijnsburgse Boys

Henk Wisman’s successor was announced at Rijnsburgse Boys. From next summer, Martijn Lagendijk will coach “De Onions”. He signs for a year, with an option for another year. The 42-year-old coach is currently with SV Hillegom. Previously, Lagendijk represented the group in Teylingen and did an internship in Rijnsburg for a year.

“If a train like Rijnsburgse Boys passes by, you can’t let it pass,” says the new coach of the second-division team in his response. “I’m not one to change clubs quickly and I like to finish what I’ve started, but I have to take this opportunity. My current team, Helligum, understands that too.”

Al-Mazraoui withdraws injured an hour after the match between Morocco and Croatia

Sailor Baumeister wins bronze at the European Championships

Marit Baumeister won the bronze medal in the sixth edition of the European Championships of the sixth degree. The 34-year-old from Voorburg returned to the battlefield last month during the World Cup after giving birth to a baby girl. She still had a chance to win silver, but today she fell to third place. The European title went to Agata Barwinska from Poland with 44 points, and the silver medal went to Switzerland’s Maud Gaiet.

Oranjefeest on Dammasstraat in The Hague

On the Dammasstraat in The Hague, dozens of Orange fans watched the first match of the Dutch national team in the World Cup. For a long time there wasn’t much to cheer about, until the opening goal against Senegal finally fell in the 84th minute.

This is really cool. The atmosphere was great. Dozens of neighborhood residents gathered here to watch the match. Especially on this street, it’s important that we organize this together,” organizer Mike Tuite said after the final whistle.

‘that’s cool. It could not be better. I thought it would be a little easier, but for the goals to finally come in the last fifteen minutes is amazing. It’s a great start,” says 20-year-old Chico van de Luigtarden.

Orange opened the World Cup by defeating Senegal (2-0) with two late strikes

The Dutch national team started the World Cup in Qatar with a victory over Senegal. National coach Louis van Gaal’s team did not make much of an impression at Al Thumama Stadium, but won with two late goals: 2-0. The Hague’s Nathan Ake played the entire match, while Memphis Depay (Mordrecht) came on as a substitute. Stefan de Vree from Ouderkerk aan den IJssel sat on the bench for the entire match.

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On a pass from Frenkie de Jong, Cody Jaco headed in the goal in the 84th minute. The PSV player came with his head well above goalkeeper Edouard Mendy’s fist. In injury time, substitute Davy Claassen made it 2-0. The Ajax player reacted with interest when Mendy released the ball after a shot from Memphis Depay.

Joy after Cody Jacobo's opening goal
Joy after Cody Jacobo’s opening goal © ANP

The Netherlands managed little against Senegal and played sloppy at times. On the other hand, I missed a few chances. First choice goalkeeper Andres Nobert had to come into action several times.

The Dutch national team will continue the group stage on Friday with a match against Ecuador, which beat Qatar 2-0 on Sunday. Next Tuesday, the Dutch national team will conclude the group stage against the host country. Numbers 1 and 2 go to the eighth finals.

OneLove band, World Cup hits from The Hague and competition tension in the second Louis’Lounge

Presenters Jim van der Deijl and Herman Nanninga provide the latest World Cup news at the Louis’Lounge on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. In this second episode, reporter Pim Marking gauges the mood of Holland-Senegal in Leiden. In addition, the World Cup hit by singer Chico from The Hague was discussed, as well as the hype around the group OneLove.

OneLove band, World Cup hits in The Hague and competition tense on episode two of Louis’Lounge

Mourad Maghizart will retire from Quick Boys at the end of the season

Delano Cohen will be his successor. Former Quick Boys player will be Thomas Duvenforde’s new assistant coach next season.

Murad Moghizrat
Murad Moghizrat © Orange Pictures

The ADO women finally tasted the sweetness of victory once again

The women’s branch of ADO Den Haag won 0-3 on a visit to PEC Zwolle. Already seven minutes later it fell 0-1 through Niki Eggersman. When Ilse Kemper took a red print on behalf of ‘de Blauwvingers’, the match was decided. PEC breakout player Liz Rijsbergen pulled onto the grass. Daniel Nordermeer hit the bar with the ensuing free kick. Just before the break, I doubled the margin by shooting hard into the left corner.

In company two, ADO took its foot off the accelerator, but still registered again. It was newcomer Louise van Osten who scored a beautiful goal. As a result, coach Sjak Pollak’s team scored another victory after four consecutive matches without a win.

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