AZ bid farewell to six players currently on loan at Eerstedivisie (1st division) side Telstar .Only Edwin Gyasi, also on loan at the Jupilier League club, gets a chance to prove himself in Alkmaar.
The Noordhollands Dagblad (The Times) reports that Mike Boelee, Kevin Brands, Ilias Haddad, Jeroen Tesselaar, the Estonian Marek Kiljumäe and Swede Zlatan Křižanovice need to find a new employer.”The six players can’t secure a starting XI berth within one or two years in AZ, ” says Max Huiberts,who is responsible for AZ’s partnership with Telstar. “Most players have a lot of competition in their position. I can imagine why the technical staff of Telstar wants to continue with some of the boys.”
Gyasi who has extended his contract with AZ,has been given the chance to play in the first team.Gyasi was born in Amsterdam to Ghanaian parents and has personally informed me on his desire to play for Ghana.The 19 year old received a call up from Orlando Wellington to represent the Satellites early this year but did not hear anything from the FA after following up.He is kind of frustrated but has not given up on his chances in the Ghana team.With his speed any eye for goal,Gyasi will become a fan’s favourite when he starts wearing the Ghana shirt.