Pruijn working from day-to-day
Pruijn concedes that his position is in doubt
The Dutch tactician has been in charge of the Ajax setup since the dismissal of Maarten Stekelenburg and has since overseen seven domestic games- winning just two.
Pruijn conceded that the defeat to Kaizer Chiefs on Tuesday evening may put his position at the club in doubt.
“That is not up to me [if I stay or go]. Again this [defeat] does not help the club- we won't climb on the log.
“I am still in that position [of uncertainty]. I am working from day-to-day and this is not good for me, this is not good for the club and the team.”
Despite only notching up two wins, the Ajax team has started to show signs of improvement and Pruijn is not ready to throw it all away.
“I won't give up and hopefully not the players. It is something to work on, to learn from and again it is something positive to look to the next game on Friday. It is the only thing I can do,” he concluded.