According to his words, "in the Netherlands, even a dog will not be allowed to walk on such a field." He also added that good fields help talented football players in their career growth, young talents will not be able to develop playing on bad fields.
"The fields are the face of the Super League. Last season the condition of the fields was good, but a year later something happened, recently we have been playing only on a bad field away. It would be inconvenient for me if the club where I work had such a field," the Dutch coach explained during the post-match press conference in Jizzakh, when "Pakhtakor" lost to "Sogdiana".
The expert also noted that there will never be high-quality football without a good pitch, which will lead to the absence of a beautiful game and the disappointment of fans.
Peter Huistra became the head of FC Pakhtakor in January of this year - since 2017 he has worked as an assistant to the ex-coach of the national club Shota Arveladze.