Leo roars Feyenoord loyalty

The club are one of Holland’s traditional big three alongside Ajax

and PSV Eindhoven but are down in 13th place after seven Eredivisie

games, having lost their last three league matches. Rotterdam-born

Beenhakker, who has vast coaching experience across the world at

club and international level, has declared his loyalty to the

cause. He told Voetbal International: “I have never thought of

leaving. “I never walk away from problems. Sometimes things may be

difficult, but the situation is not so critical that even for a

moment have I thought about quitting.” Beenhakker also gave his

support to head coach Mario Been and the club’s collection of young

players. “When I see these guys train, I see incredible quality. I

just feel that a turnaround is going to come. We all know what this

club lacks and needs, I keep them working. “At present what you see

is not good, but unrest is not helpful for anyone. Feyenoord should

get out of trouble and I will do my best for the club and do

everything possible to help. ”