Tom Clover looks at the 2011 version of Eredivisie giants Feyenoord.
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Patrick Giffney looks at how Ajax Amsterdam are benefitting from the return of a few old boys.
Samuel Luckhurst speaks about the 2007 U21 European Champions Holland, a team which has failed to make any sort of impact individually since their success on home turf.
Twente slipped up against NEC after an epic midweek trip, allowing PSV to stretch their lead and Ajax to gain ground. Den Haag kept up their unbeaten run against kamikaze Feyenoord, and Willem II continued playing as they have done most of the season – badly. The Eredivisie Roundup for week 24.
Is there a more exciting title race in Europe than the schizophrenic battle raging at the top of the Eredivisie? All the goings on from week 22 of the Eredivisie.
As England continue to struggle on the international stage, their rivals reap the rewards of putting their faith in youth, and Eliot Prince looks at the lessons that can be learnt from the success of Germany, Holland and Spain amongst others.
In his excellent BackPageFootball.com debut, Stefan Bienkowski looks at the state of Dutch football and the fall of a giant.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter today announced that Russia and Qatar will host the 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments following two days of presentations in Zurich.
With another World Cup down, Kevin Coleman reviews the competition with some select award categories.
Uruguay v Holland Cape Town, Tonight at 7:30 Both sides made this semi-final tie in contrasting circumstances. Holland shocked Brazil by coming from behind to win 2-1, in a game that didn’t personify the Total Football and Samba stylings both nations are known for. Uruguay, via a controversial last minute handball off the line from [...]