Jong AZ – FC Den Haag is the last game in The Hague service for Boy Kemper

Jong AZ – FC Den Haag is not only the last competition match of this season, but also the last game for captain Boy Kemper in The Hague’s service. The defender’s contract expires at the end of June and there is currently no prospect of a longer stay. ‘I would have liked to have played a hundred matches for FCDH, the counter now hangs at 95.’

Kemper continues: ‘To reach those hundred games, we should have reached the play-off final this season. That didn’t work out and I think that’s a pity, because a hundred matches for a club like FCDH would have been nice, of course.’

Months ago FC Den Haag tried to bind the Volendammer to the club longer, but Kemper rejected the proposal that was on the table. ‘Before the winter break I received a new offer from FCDH, personally I didn’t think it showed much confidence. I then indicated what I thought of that proposal. After that I haven’t heard from FCDH.’

Where the future of the 23-year-old footballer lies is not yet known. ‘Wherever I go, my ideal picture is to join in preparation. Is there already interest? Yes. There are some clubs from the premier league that have inquired.’

Source: broadcasting west

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