Tonight sees the second legs of the Europa League’s last 16 ties, and Jonathan O’Shea previews the games for us.
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A roundup of football in the Eredivisie from Thomas Watt, with plenty of goals and transfer departures.
Willie Gannon believes Liverpool’s targeting of Suarez is the first step in saying goodbye to Fernando Torres.
In the first instalment of a new series on BackPageFootball.com, Robbie Deighan looks at a possible move on the horizon for Uruguay’s World Cup star and current Ajax striker Luis Suarez.
In his excellent BackPageFootball.com debut, Stefan Bienkowski looks at the state of Dutch football and the fall of a giant.
The Dutch Eredivisie kicks-off this weekend and Daniel Richardson previews this season’s campaign which sees FC Twente attempt to retain last season’s triumph, and Ajax Amsterdam try the silverware to bring back home.
David Beckham will be squaring up with Alex Ferguson and his old teammates in the knockout stages of the Champions League when AC Milan, the club he will join in January on loan, drew the Premier League champions in Nyon. Jose Mourinho will also be returning to his old stomping ground after his Internazionale drew [...]
Whatever happened to the Ajax team that shocked AC Milan in the 1995 Champions League Final? Months before Alan Hansen’s famous assertion that “You’ll never win anything with kids”, a youthful Ajax side turned over overwhelming favourites and reigning champions AC Milan in a tense final. It was also the match in which Patrick Kluivert [...]
Dutch international Jan Klass Huntelaar is set to join AC Milan, ending a brief spell in Spain with Real Madrid. Speaking to Sky Italia, Rossoneri chief officer Adriano Galliani confirmed that a deal had been reached between the two clubs for the striker. “The agreement has already been closed with Real Madrid,” he said. “The [...]