Category Archive: Netherlands Eredivisie

Netherlands Eredivisie Football (Soccer) News

Jul 07

Chinese coffee and a deadly insect

Compatriots sharing a big birthday celebration feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with a set-piece specialist, a supersub, an unbelievable upset and a game that lasted longer than two days.

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May 19

Terrific travellers and a fantastic farewell

The away exploits of El Niño Maravilla and some ‘Little Donkeys’ feature in FIFA.com’s latest statistical review, along with a fisherman bowing out in style.

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May 17

Goalscorer Kuyt announces retirement

Former Netherlands forward Dirk Kuyt has announced his retirement from professional football after an illustrious 19-year career that included spells in England and Turkey.

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May 09

Advocaat begins third stint as Netherlands coach

Dick Advocaat has been named as Netherlands coach for a third time, with Oranje legend Ruud Gullit confirmed as his assistant.

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May 09

Advocaat begins third stint as Netherlands coach

Dick Advocaat has been named as Netherlands coach for a third time, with Oranje legend Ruud Gullit confirmed as his assistant.

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May 03

European crown and World Cup berths on the line

From Wednesday onwards 16 teams will do battle for the U-17 European Championship title in Croatia, with the five best sides also qualifying for the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India in the autumn. One of the participating teams is the smallest nation ever …

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Apr 07

A coast-to-coast charge and a rocket

One thunder-themed wonder goal and another dribble-decorated wonder goal feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with a new Roman idol and a pit stop home on the global tour of ‘The Madman’.

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Mar 31

Shutouts, scorers and the first guests at the party

A Texan in Cali, free-scorers’ frustration in La Paz, and a baptism of fire in Sofia feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with Iranian impregnability and Brazilian bliss.

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Mar 27

Dutch hunt coach to salvage 2018 dreams

The Netherlands have placed U-21 coach Fred Grim in temporary charge and are now looking for their third manager in less than two years.

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Mar 10

Comebacks and continental glory

A giant sent toppling down the Andes mountains, disbelief in a belief-captioned cup, and one of the most famous kicks in European history feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with the reason eagles should never fly to Germany.

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Mar 08

Seedorf: This is a movement of change

We spoke with FIFA Legend Clarence Seedorf about his experience at the FIFA Conference for Equality and Inclusion, and heard his views on how women’s football can further develop.

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Mar 03

Long droughts and goals galore

Americans, Parisians and Madridistas doing things that hadn’t been done in decades feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with a rampant Pole and a bizarre goal.

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Feb 24

Giant-killers and goal gluts

A hypersonic hat-trick by the Bay of Biscay and an insane game by the Pennines feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with an almighty upset and a pioneering female coach.

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Feb 21

Leaders keep up title charge

The top sides in Europe’s women’s leagues all remain on course for glory after impressive results in the latest round of fixtures.

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Feb 17

Air miles and principality prolificacy

Triumphant travels from a big city Down Under and a small nation in South America feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with a teenager and a tiger running riot on a microstate and huge victories in Europe.

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Feb 10

Shirts, stability and endangered foxes

Thomas Tuchel finally pressing repeat, an Argentinian club hitting a wild half-century and the overcoming of an implausible disadvantage feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with an incredible about-turn in England.

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