L: ' have now for my parents to be able to buy a home in N '

Wonderful to see: the sense of responsibility of many Moroccan professional football players for their families, as well as FC Utrecht-topper Zakaria Labyad.

Currently FC Utrecht midfielder Zakaria Labyad rightfully as one of the few tastemakers in the Eredivisie. After a number of years ago to have left through the back door at the club that trained him, the balvaardige attacker (football) quite know to Polish image. This all-round improvement resulted, as we heard yesterday, to interest from the traditional top three in the Premier League. When Andy Varley in the car told L a corner of the veil on the domestic transfer that he probably this winter still goes to Ajax, Feyenoord or PSV Eindhoven.

Opposite Voetbal International, which recently added a in-depth interview with him had waned, L the about plenty of business. In addition to his early step abroad was also leading up to his pro career and former family situation. In huize L one had it used to be not very wide, something which does nothing to diminish the commitment and involvement of his parents to achieve his dream.


Here says the 24-year-old Moroccan-international: