Chris Winterburn takes a look at one of the Eredivisie’s big sides.
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Gary Emmerson looks back at the first half of the Eredivisie season as a number of teams remain in touching distance of first place PSV Eindhoven.
New Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has begun dipping in to the transfer market, writes Alex Richards.
Tom Clover looks at the 2011 version of Eredivisie giants Feyenoord.
Feyenoord have endured a miserable season so far but there were signs of a turnaround at the weekend with an ‘out of this world’ dismantling of Groningen.
Just nine short years ago, Feyenoord were one of the finest teams in Europe having won the UEFA Cup. Less than six years ago they were still a regular competitor in Europe. Even last season there was a credible forth placed finish for De club van Zuid. This year there is a very realistic threat of relegation for the first time in their history.
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.