"I thought Frenk was running too much with the ball. The consequence of this is that you get a kicking. You can see that now: every game it happens once or twice that he gets kick. A big kick. I'm afraid that it could be the same as Diego Maradona," he told Voetbal International.
"He says: 'That's what I like, to feel the opponent for a moment'. I said, 'Frenk , I know it's harder nowadays, with those cameras, but if I had met you as a player, I would have taken you, man and ball'.
"Watch out: every game it happens to him. Against Germany, against France, and then you see him angrily looking at the ref. Because he gets so many kicks. But I say: 'Frenk, sometimes you come into a duel and it happens, but with you it is nine times out of ten, so move the ball quicker and you have no contact'."