Awards | Peter Bosz receives Rinus Michels Award

Awards | Peter Bosz receives Rinus Michels Award
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Head coach Peter Bosz has received the Rinus Michels Award at the National Football Coaches Congress. Bosz was one of five nominees for the award for best coach of the year. It is the second time Bosz has won the award.

It is an award in which the winner is chosen by the coaches. Peter Bosz led PSV sovereignly to its 25th national title this season. With 91 points, there was a gap of no less than seven points on runner-up Feyenoord. In total, PSV lost only one game and several records were broken, including the club points record.

With his pressing tactics, also known as Boszball, PSV dominated matches at home and abroad. Peter Bosz calls the award primarily a team achievement. "We had a great year with PSV and I also think I won that prize because we scored 91 points and played nice football. But that's what those players did. It's a team effort and that's why this prize is also not my prize, but the prize of all of PSV."