With Holland slipping up again, Danny T Owen looks at how far they have fallen, and why the absence of Nigel De Jong could be key.
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Ciaran Kelly looks at Dutch football history for more examples of their failings following a disastrous Euro 2012.
Ciaran Kelly shares his thoughts on the outstanding Premier League performers this season.
Daniel Rhodes takes an in depth look at what has become one of the most important roles in the modern game.
Neil O’Hara shares his thoughts on the growing influence of diving in the modern game.
“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.” — Victor Hugo You are sitting in your dark room; smoking off your cigs and lungs, the night has darkened everything but the light of your monitor screen and the moonlight creeping inside your room off your window signals some […]
The Dutch are one of the big favourites for the World Cup, and Liam Stoker takes a close look at the tactics employed by the men from the lowlands. Holland enter South Africa very much in form and widely fancied as an “outside contender” for the tournament this year. The effervescent brilliance that is so […]