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Beenhakker will not quit

Feyenoord technical director Leo Beenhakker insists he will not quit the club and hailed the "incredible quality" of the playing staff.

Feyenoord have had a disappointing start to the season, sitting in 13th place after seven Eredivisie games and 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."

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