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Alfred Schreuder returned to the Kraichgau as head coach at the start of this season. The 47-year-old Dutchman has embraced the challenge of continuing TSG's development following a summer of upheaval. With almost two-thirds of the season played, the team are on the right track. In SPIELFELD, Alfred Schreuder offered an insight into his childhood, his homeland of the Netherlands and his relationship with Germany – all without saying a single word.


The Hoffenheim fans have had a lot of late goals to cheer about this season. How do you like to celebrate?


You used to play with your brother Dick. Just between us, who was the better player?


You made 338 appearances in the Eredivisie. What was your biggest strength as a player?


Which footballer was your biggest influence and inspiration?


But the Netherlands have won only one title – the European Championship in 1988. What was your experience of the final as a 15-year-old?


You missed out on a Champions League final with Ajax due to a goal conceded in injury time. How did that feel?


Despite all the rivalry that exists: how does a Dutchman view German football?


Now you're back in Hoffenheim. What's your favourite place in the Kraichgau region?


You grew up on a farm in Barneveld. What lessons did you learn from your parents there?


Hand on heart: what do you wish you were better at right now?

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