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Heartbreaking photos of Abdelhak Nouri’s brother (first 3 photos) and his father (outside his car) thanking hundreds of Ajax-fans for showing their support to Appie and his family on Friday night. They came together in front of his house and nearby the field where Nouri used to play as a child.

The emotional fans came together to grief and show support to the family. Also the entire Ajax selection attended the gathering and were visibly emotional. Justin Kluivert, Kasper Dolberg, Hakim ZIyech, Klaas Jan Huntelaar, Donny van de Beek, David Neres, Amin Younes (who came back early from his holiday because of this tragedy) and Reading player Pelle Clement (who player with Nouri for years at Ajax) came to the gathering. After the players visited the family they thanked the fans for coming and showing their support.

After a while the family requested the fans to leave and they all did quietly. The family knew about this gathering and agreed to it.


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The Dutch side eventually progressed through to the final of the competition in Sweden after a 5-4 win over the French giants.

That was eventually not to be the talking point of the game as a video emerged of fans prior to the game.

In traditional European away days fashion, the fans congregated in a square surrounded by bars and drinks.

In the middle of it all was a lone busker who was playing his guitar.

Seemingly, an Ajax fan requested him to play ‘Three little birds*’, a song in which the club chant to.

What happened afterwards was beautiful, all fans joining in and singing together, all contributing to the busker’s fund

The look on his face says it all: Well done Ajax fans! 

*Note: The song Three little birds gets played every home match of Ajax. 

Last season Nouri made his official debut in the first team of Ajax. During his first match he also managed to score just like Ajax legends as: Johan Cruijff, Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard and Patrick Kluivert.

When he scored his first goal he turned his back to the Ajax fans and pointed towards his name, but mostly towards the number he chose for last and this season: ‘34′.

Why did he chose this number? Ajax at the moment won the Dutch championship 33 times: “I pointed a little towards my name, but mostly towards the number 34. The amount of times Ajax will be champion by the end of the season”, he said in september 2016. 

Ajax didn’t won the championship, but now more than ever I hope we do win it. 

For the boy who has played at Ajax since the age of 7. 

For the boy who was such a talent and was on the verge of his breakthrough this season at Ajax. The club he loved so much. “I’ve been playing here for 12 years. Almost my whole life my goal is to play in this stadium (the Johan Cruijff ArenA).” he said last year. 

For the boy who every Ajax fan loves so much because of his sweet, calm and boyish personality. Always with a smile on his face and positive in what he says. Love for the game and an insane love for the club he wanted to play for for many years. Leaving Ajax on a loan for another club in the Dutch division? It didn’t even cross his mind. “I can’t play for another club in The Netherlands”, Nouri said. “That doesn’t feel right. I can’t imagine that I have to play against Ajax. I want to succeed at Ajax. I  have for so many people. The trainers within Ajax, my teammates, but also the fans. Goosebumps every time they sing for me.”

Just a day before he collapse on the field he spoke to the Dutch newspaper Het Parool and talked about the new season and his hopes for the future. “I’m only trying to become a better plater. Work hard, look around you, ask the right questions en listen. I came here through ups and down. To be captain one day, that would be amazing. I know how to act, I can handle the responsibility, the pressure and I have the discipline that’s needed. You can dream, right?” he said with a smile. Like he always had that smile on his face. 

For ‘our’ Appie I hope we win that championship this year and I hope - just like with the no 14 jersey of Cruijff - no 34 will also be forever yours. 

Appie <33.