A week to remember for GFM talents
These past fixtures have given our GFM talents plenty of things to remember. From team efforts to individual brilliance.
To start Milan van Ewijk. The fullback bagged his first goal for his club SC Heerenveen! A well-deserved pay-off which may rally the team to go out in the next matchday and secure the three points during their mid-table clash against NEC.
Following the trend of individual results, we have Marius van Mil’s Man of the Match performance for ADO U21. Van Mil produced a hattrick against Twente and Heracles’ joint U21 side, ending the match in a 3-1 victory for ‘de Residentieclub’.
Wrapping up individual results and moving towards team efforts, we need to take a moment to congratulate Thijmen Goppel’s Wehen Wiesbaden on their must-win victory over title contenders Braunschweig in the German 3. Liga
In Sweden Anthony van den Hurk and Benjamin Acquah are helping Helsingborg IF back up the league table doing their job on their respective ends of the pitch. Van den Hurk scoring the second goal and Acquah keeping a clean sheet, Helsingborg now has their sights set firmly on promotion back into the Allsvenskan topflight.
The Indonesian Liga 1 is also starting to warm up as GFM’s Geoffrey Castillion and Nick Kuipers’ Persib Bandung crush Persipura 3-0 in order to mount a run for the title. Castillion manages to bag the last goal of the game after being subbed on.
Then for some women’s football news. PSV’s Melanie Bross and Ellie Jean play pivotal parts in their side’s late winner over VV Alkmaar. Having secured the three points, PSV is now 1 point off league leaders Feyenoord.
Moving back into the men’s Dutch leagues we celebrate NAC’s resounding 3-1 win over TOP Oss. GFM Talents Dion Malone and Jarchinio Antonia helped make the difference with the former securing his place in the starting XI with Antonia having been brought on just after halftime.
Finishing things off in the Dutch topflight where SC Cambuur manages to clinch themselves an important win over mid-table rivals RKC Waalwijk. GFM’s Erik Schouten’s impressive centre half performance ensured a clean sheet.