Last year Cyril Desires weakened a bit at Racing Genk, but in Feyenoord he made a full recovery. “Sometimes the grass is greener on the other side,” Peter Vandenbett tells De Tribune.
“He came to Genk from Holland with many letters of the nobles, and it was a costly transfer. But in Genk he bumped into the unexpected Onwacho, with which there was not much to argue against.”
“In Genk, he is seldom allowed to fill, so do well to go to Feyenoord. It’s all the way there, albeit a super sub.”
“Remarkably, he scored 4 times already in the 92nd minute. They should have had T-shirts with CD92 printed on them.”
“I’ve been to a football match in De Cui a few times and the atmosphere there is great. To score the winning goal there in the 92nd minute, I would also like to put that on my list of things.”
Dessers were only allowed to start once more at the base in Feyenoord. Can he get rid of this super sub-mode? “Dries Mertens also got this designation in the national team for a long time. He was a good substitute, while others had bigger problems with that.”
“Mertens has always said he can also start a game well, which is something he eventually evolved into. We will have to wait and see how it turns out at Desires. Anyway, I wish him very much, after all he has had the past year. He is very experienced.”