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Archives: Netherlands

Quitting the Netherlands job is the correct decision by Guus Hiddink

Posted on by David Bronstein
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So Guus Hiddink has resigned as the Netherlands coach and it should come as little shock to anyone. The former Real Madrid and Chelsea manager endured a torrid time in charge of his home nation since taking the job in … Continue reading

Women’s World Cup: Japan-Netherlands TV times and open thread

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
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The defending Women’s World Cup champions take on the Netherlands tonight for the chance to advance to the quarter-finals. Although Japan dominated Group C with three wins, they are still not viewed as a tournament favorite and are most likely … Continue reading

Thailand-Germany, Ivory Coast-Norway, Netherlands-Canada, China PR-New Zealand TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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As the group stages wrap-up we see who is emerging as the top teams in the 2015 Women’s World Cup as they prepare for the knock-out rounds. Today one of the tournament favorites, Germany, attempt to recover from a disappointing … Continue reading

Germany-Norway, China-Netherlands, Ivory Coast-Thailand, Canada-New Zealand TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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Now that the first round of the Group Stage has finished, we get our second look at Groups A and B today. Germany faces Norway in what will likely become the battle for first place in Group B. Plus, there’s another look … Continue reading

Women’s World Cup: Canada vs China and New Zealand vs Holland TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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Today marks the beginning of the 2015 Women’s World Cup. Day one of the tournament features two matches, where we’ll see the host nation, Canada, taking on China PR followed by New Zealand versus Netherlands. Canada v. China PR 6PM … Continue reading

Watch Netherlands 3-4 USMNT match highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Match preview of USA vs. Netherlands

Posted on by Lawrence Dockery
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Preparation for this summer’s Gold Cup is ramping up for the USMNT. Jurgen Klinsmann has said that the US will not get better unless they play the top teams in the world. The next two friendlies are certainly against two … Continue reading

Johan Cruyff slams current state of Dutch national team

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Legendary Dutch international Johan Cruyff has slammed the current state of Holland’s national team in the wake of their 1-1 draw against Turkey this weekend. On Saturday, Netherlands were saved blushes in front of their home supporters after a shot … Continue reading

Netherlands away shirt for 2015 [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Nike captured the spirit and distinctly Dutch style of the Holland National Team with the debut of the federation’s 2015-16 away jersey. The white jersey with orange highlights is evocative of the speed, boundless energy and total football that’s made … Continue reading

Bayern Munich playmaker Arjen Robben is arguably the world’s third best soccer player

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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When most athletes get to 30, they understand their athletic peak is coming to an end. Most teams in all sports leagues around the world start looking for successors to their superstars once they hit that benchmark. Or they sever … Continue reading

Memphis Depay continues to show why he’s one of Holland’s great talents

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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With his goal in a 2-0 victory against NAC Breda yesterday, Memphis Depay became the first PSV Eindhoven player since the Brazilian, Ronaldo to score at least 30 league goals for PSV before he turned 21. With the form he’s … Continue reading

Netherlands Goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen on ‘That’ Substitution And More

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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You’re your country’s number one goalkeeper and it’s the 121st minute of a World Cup quarter-final. The match is scoreless and the prospect of a penalty shoot-out seems inevitable. You’re mentally preparing for what’s about to happen next when you glance … Continue reading

Manchester United Midfielder Daley Blind Ruled Out For A Month With Suspected Knee Injury

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The hits just keep coming for Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal. Earlier this weekend it was learned that goalkeeper David De Gea had dislocated a finger while training with Spain. Now it is understood that midfielder Daley Blind has … Continue reading

Carlos Vela Proves Worth The Wait For Mexico In 3-2 Win Against Netherlands

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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It didn’t take long for Mexico striker Carlos Vela dust off his scoring boots during El Tri’s friendly against the Netherlands in the Amsterdam Arena tonight. After a three-year self-imposed absence from the national team, it took Vela only eight minutes to … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Move A Poor Career Choice For Michel Vorm

Posted on by Hussein Jiva
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As has been the case for many seasons now, the summer transfer window has presented the Barclays English Premier League many eyebrow-raising moments. From the transfer of Carlos Tevez from Manchester United to Manchester City or the Robin van Persie … Continue reading

Former Manchester United Striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy Named Dutch Assistant Coach

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The Dutch football association (KNVB) released a statement today naming former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy one of the Netherlands national team assistant coaches. Van Nistelrooy played at numerous European clubs, but the striker’s longest stint was with Manchester … Continue reading

World Soccer Talk’s Best Starting XI Of The 2014 World Cup

Posted on by Andrew Jones
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In arguably the greatest World Cup ever, the five week adventure that is the grand global tournament in Brazil has now concluded. Now in a fitting conclusion that saw a resilient and mentally strong German side win their fourth world … Continue reading