MARTIN JOL WALKS FROM AJAX
It has been announced today that ahead of the 2010/11 season that Ajax Boss Martin Jol has walked away from the club.
Today Ajax fans were left shocked after Martin Jol walked away from the club after a successful season that saw the club come within 1 point of Steve McLaren's FC Twente last season after only losing 3 games and scoring an incredible 106 goals. It is widely believed that the reason for Jol's departure was due to the sale of star striker Luis Suarez to Liverpool and not buying suitable replacement.
Speculation is rife as to who will be taking up the Ajax seat with the club actively searching for a potential candidate. With the club competing in the Champions League, there is no doubt going to be a large number of candidates who will be applying for the job and Chairman Uri Coronel has said "Everyone at the club would like to thank Martin for his services to the club and that we are actively searching for a suitable replacement, it is imperative that we appoint the right person as success is ingrained into this club and we want an appointment that is going to inspire the fans to believe that anything can be achieve."
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