Apparently the post I made in here for Reiziger/Frank de Boer was the only one I couldn't recover from the site issues. So sorry for the inconvenience guys, but I was really lazy in having to re-write, so I'm gonna make this as short as I can.
Considering the amount of dangerous crosses and through balls F de Boer gave from the deep, his Att was far too low. Def as well was over-rated on both of them. Frank was a good defender but thinking that he was the one taking Rijkaards place in the formation, he really wasn't as effective as Rijkaard was in the defensive aspect, at least in this point of his career. I know he became better as he aged and moved to a far more defensive role and became a full CB later in his career, but at this point I really see nothing more than an 83 for def. At this period of time, De Boer often found himself in bad defensive positions and especially had problems when reacting to fast wingers (hence the much lower resp). He was a good coverer for the team, but was often exposed to his lack of tempo. Ajax really missed Rijkaards security in 96. Btw, I can't really understand how we ever rated Reiziger in yellow def in here tho? Reiziger was nothing near a yellow value for def, I can remember countless times the team was in danger in the right side because of him being too slow to react to danger, or not a good enough tackler. He wasn't about good tackling and making defensive interceptions, he was a very very fast defender, who lived by his defensive covering , his pace and his energy which allowed him to hound defenders around and be a constant defensive "threat" to them. Frank de Boer on the other hand was much more chilled as a defender, I actually gave him a 79 for Stamina at first, considering he really rarely tried to fully sprint, and was all about finding the right time when to do the running, and when to do the actual zonal defending (which needed no huge amount of stamina waste).
Another great aspect in their games was the constant long balls and through balls they both used to give out to the offense. De Boer was much more inclined in the former, and I can't say Reiziger was as accurate as he was in long balls, but I do think he possessed the exact same amount of range de Boer had, if not more. Both Reiziger and Frank de Boer were much more inclined to pass it from the deep, rather than to dribble with the ball in their feet.
I found Reiziger to be the much more direct player and more inclined to join the attack from the side, his speed was his best weapon in his arsenal, and he surely liked to use it alot, both offensively and defensively. While Frank was the much stronger and clumsier defender, who was all about using good powerful tackles, but who also possessed an insane amount of technical effectivity (like his brother), which allowed him to be a much more resourceful asset for the team (for example he could play various roles, the complicated SW role included). He also had an insane accuracy for taking short free kicks, I recall a match I saw of his vs Vitesse where he shot 3 short fks, and scored one, hit the post with one, and completely beat the keeper just to miss the post for very little in the last one. I surely find him being up there in the oranges for FKA, just watch any video of his in Youtube, I guarantee you'll be amazed by his free kicks.