HISTORY OF AJAX FC
HISTORY OF AJAX FC: Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax was shaped in 1900 (the Ajax name was taken after a figure in Greek folklore). The recognized white shirt with an expansive red stripe was planned in 1911.
It didn’t take too long to even think about starting some early achievement, which matches with the appearance of Jack Reynolds at the club; save for two brief breaks, the amazing Englishman dealt with the club from 1915 to 1947. During this time Ajax gradually developed into the job of the best club in the country, a cycle that finished with their first brilliant time in quite a while. With Reynolds in charge, Ajax asserted eight League titles and two KNVB Cups (KNVB Beker is the name of the opposition in Dutch).
After a slight droop, Ajax got back to the football scene at around a similar time demonstrable skill was acquainted with the Netherlands (1955).
Michels, Cruyff, and “Absolute Football”
While they won two Eredivisie titles in 1957 out of 1960, just as their third KNVB Cup in 1961, it wasn’t until the arrangement of Rinus Michels as an administrator that Ajax genuinely became something uncommon. With Michels ingraining his renowned “Absolute Football” reasoning and Johan Cruyff filling in as its conductor, Ajax traveled to six Eredivisie titles and four KNVB Cups.
They additionally made the set of experiences books by asserting three sequential European Cups from 1971 to 1973, subsequently becoming one of just five clubs to effectively guard the prize. (And one of only a handful of exceptional clubs that have the prize for all time in their assortment, the standard is that a club that success the opposition multiple times altogether or multiple times straight keeps the prize).
The Total Football of Ajax implied that every player (except for the goalkeeper obviously) added to the field and could assume control over one another jobs. All in all, a protector could for some time fill in as a wrongdoer and the other way around.
This was not the same thing as a total leaving of positions, however, the positions would not restrict the players, rather covers were a choice and the backline would be packed with the midfield which brought about quicker ball liberation from protectors to assailants. Complete Football was anyway not a Dutch development without any preparation. Not surprisingly, there were heralds, and here can Hungary’s public group be referenced as a motivation for Michels.