The Dutch giants were refused a second straight tournament title following the season was finished on Friday.

Ajax chief executive Edwin van der Sar​ has stated his side denied the Eredivisie name is”comprehensible” following the league’s year was finished with no winner on Friday.

The Eredivisie and second-tier Eerste Divisie both watched their 2019-20 seasons finished early because of coronavirus after prime minister Mark Rutte had formerly banned all soccer games before September 1.

Included in this conclusion, no winner was announced in the division, and no groups will be promoted or relegated between the two leagues.

Ajax were at the top once the league had been stopped in March on account of this coronavirus pandemic, together with Van der Sar’s club level on issues with second-place AZ but forward because of superior goal difference.

Though Ajax could have won another directly Dutch tournament if the name was given to whichever group was in the first position, Van der Sar stated he knew the choice to go with no winner.

“As a participant, you wish to become a winner and you wish to become a winner on the pitch,” Var der Sar informed Ajax’s official YouTube station. “We’ve been number one in the ranks all year so that it’s a shame there is no winner. But given the situation, it is very clear.

After the conclusion on the top-flight’s year, Willem II director Martin van Geel disclosed that the Dutch federation has requested clubs that are playing European football next year to contribute 25 percent of the prize money to another Eredivisie teams.

Van der Sar has stated he believes that’s a fantastic policy, even though he worried that Ajax will still be carrying a huge financial hit throughout the continuing pandemic.

We’re the largest team in the Netherlands and we ought to assist the other clubs to live.

“But we take strikes also. An important portion of our income comes in the house matches and they’re cancelled. We’re talking about dozens of countless”