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Accrington Stanley vs Portsmouth - Danny Hollands injured for Pompey's trip to Accrington

Posted Saturday, January 16, 2016 by PA53 hits

Accrington boss John Coleman is confident his side will finally be able to play at home against Portsmouth on Saturday. The wet weather in Lancashire has meant four successive home postponements for Stanley, who have not competed at the Wham Stadium since a draw with Newport on November 14. Extensive work to the pitch and drains as well as drier weather has left Coleman optimistic, although th...Full Story »

Kazakhstan 1 - 2 Netherlands : Holland claim first win under Danny Blind to keep Euro 2016 hopes alive

Posted Saturday, October 10, 2015 by PA35 hits

Danny Blind claimed his first victory as Holland manager as they defeated Kazakhstan 2-1 to keep their Euro 2016 qualifying hopes alive. The Dutch can only progress to France next summer via a play-off, with Iceland and the Czech Republic already through from Group A, and they began the evening trailing Turkey by two points in the race for third spot. However, with Turkey facing the Czechs lat...Full Story »

Premier League trio join hunt for highly-rated Ajax and Holland starlet

Posted Sunday, September 27, 2015 by Dailystar.co.uk194 hits

The youngster has just been called up by Holland for next month's Euro 2016 qualifiers against Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic. El Ghazi, 20 has scored seven goals for Ajax this season and had been flirting with declaring for Morocco, where his parents are from. But coach Danny Blind has moved swiftly to offer him the chance of a first cap after playing for the Dutch at Under 21 level. El ...Full Story »

PSV Eindhoven 2 - 1 Manchester United : Luke Shaw injured as Manchester United lose Champions League opener in Holland

Posted Tuesday, September 15, 2015 by PA184 hits

Luke Shaw suffered an horrific suspected broken leg as Manchester United's return to the Champions League ended in a disappointing 2-1 defeat to PSV Eindhoven. Luciano Narsingh and Hector Moreno found the net as the Dutch champions recorded a narrow triumph over United on their first Champions League match in 17 months. But Moreno should have not been on the pitch to head PSV level after Mem...Full Story »

Man United close in on Holland sensation Memphis Depay

Posted Monday, April 20, 2015 by Dailystar.co.uk146 hits

MANCHESTER United are closing in on a £25m deal to sign Holland sensation Memphis Depay. Depay's Dutch club PSV Eindhoven have confirmed the winger is expected to leave them this summer. It is understood officials from both clubs have held talks about a deal for the 21-year-old, who is regarded as one of the brightest talents in Europe. Depay struck a stunning free kick to help his side ...Full Story »

Wesley & Yolanthe Sneijder’s house in Holland raided by police in alleged drugs bust, nothing found

Posted Thursday, December 04, 2014 by 101 GREAT GOALS355 hits

Dutch media are reporting on Wednesday night that last weekend Wesley and Yolanthe Sneijder’s house in Holland raided by police. The property in the town of Vleuterweide was reportedly raided on Friday night, and while the Public Prosecutor would not comment on the reason for the search, the rumour mill believes that the police were looking for drugs. Crucially, the police did not find...Full Story »

Manchester United blow! Blind suffers ligament damage on Holland duty

Posted Monday, November 17, 2014 by Talksport.co.uk181 hits

Manchester United appeared to have been dealt another injury blow after midfielder Daley Blind suffered suspected torn knee ligaments during Netherlands' Euro 2016 clash with Latvia on Sunday night. The defensive midfielder hobbled out of the game in Amsterdam, which the Oranje eventually won 6-0, after 20 minutes following a challenge with Eduards Visnakovs. Following the final whistle, Dut...Full Story »

Mexico edge Holland in friendly

Posted Thursday, November 13, 2014 by Foxsports.com135 hits

Carlos Vela marked his international return with two goals as Mexico heaped more woe on Guus Hiddink's Holland in a friendly at the Amsterdam ArenA on Wednesday night. Vela, who had not played for his national team for over three years, took just eight minutes to get back on the scoresheet as Miguel Herrera's men held out for an exciting 3-2 win. Hiddink had hoped for some respite after a di...Full Story »

European qualifier: Holland bounce back to beat Kazakhstan

Posted Saturday, October 11, 2014 by skysports.com118 hits

Robin Van Persie is on target as Holland beat Kazakhstan Holland were forced to bounce back from a goal down before beating 10-man Kazakhstan 3-1 in their Group A European qualifier at the Amsterdam Arena. Rinat Abdulin's diving header gave the visitor's a shock first-half lead but goals from substitute Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, Ibrahim Afellay and Robin van Persie earned Guus Hiddink his first win...Full Story »

European qualifiers: Czech Republic beat Holland with last-minute goal

Posted Wednesday, September 10, 2014 by skysports.com130 hits

The Czech Republic players celebrate after their late winner in Prague A calamitous error of judgement by Holland defender Daryl Janmaat presented Czech Republic's Vaclav Pilar with the simplest of added-time winners in Tuesday's European qualifier in Prague. The substitute could not miss when Newcastle's summer signing, in trying to deal with Borek Dockal's cross, headed past goalkeeper Jaspe...Full Story »

Cute: Arjen Robben consoles crying son with his wife after Holland lose on penalties to Argentina

Posted Thursday, July 10, 2014 by 101 GREAT GOALS1179 hits

It was a tough night for Arjen Robben. The Dutch winger, who has been arguably the player of the tournament, was man marked by Zabaleta all night, and failed to get his game ignited. He had a great chance to score the winner late on, but was thwarted by a brilliant tackle by Mascherano. Robben scored his penalty, but was powerless to save the Oranje, as Vlaar and Sneijder missed their spot ...Full Story »

Holland’s stifling tactics divert support to leave Arjen Robben isolated

Posted Thursday, July 10, 2014 by theguardian.com250 hits

Holland winger was on his toes and hungry for the ball but seldom received it in a sterile World Cup semi-final This was not Total Football. It was Attritional Football. And after losing on penalties, Arjen Robben, wearing the captain’s armband in the absence of the substituted Robin van Persie, looked bereft as he headed to the stands to comfort his distraught son. One of only two Holla...Full Story »

Jokes! Latest Google Doodle ribs Holland’s Arjen Robben for his diving antics

Posted Friday, July 04, 2014 by 101 GREAT GOALS332 hits

Search Engine conglomerate Google has been right on the World Cup bandwagon ever since the greatest show on Earth kicked off. To celebrate the football fiesta, Google has been featuring a football-related doodle on match days. Google’s most recent doodle even added some esoteric context to its homepage feature, by ribbing on Holland’s Arjen Robben, who admitted to taking a dive a...Full Story »

Netherlands 2 - 1 Mexico - Huntelaar hits late Holland winner

Posted Sunday, June 29, 2014 by PA341 hits

Klaas Jan Huntelaar kept his cool in the heat of Fortaleza as Holland stunned Mexico with an injury-time winner. The Schalke striker fired home a penalty to put the Dutch through the quarter-finals of the World Cup as they inflicted an agonising defeat on Mexico who were within two minutes of an historic win, leading through Giovani dos Santos' excellent strike. Wesley Sneijder's blistering ...Full Story »

Netherlands 2 : 0 Chile - Holland secure top spot

Posted Monday, June 23, 2014 by PA200 hits

Holland secured top spot in World Cup Group B after late goals from substitutes Leroy Fer and Memphis Depay steered them to a 2-0 victory over Chile in Sao Paulo on Monday. Fer headed the ball in from Darryl Janmaat's cross in the 77th minute - less than two minutes after the Norwich midfielder had come on. Depay then got his second goal in two matches, finishing a Dutch break by converting ...Full Story »

Australia 2 : 3 Netherlands - Holland rally to see off Australia

Posted Wednesday, June 18, 2014 by PA232 hits

Holland survived a scare to claim a second win in Group B and eliminate Australia from the World Cup in Porto Alegre. The Oranje beat defending world champions Spain 5-1 in their opening match, but Louis van Gaal's men had to come from 2-1 down to win 3-2 in their second. Arjen Robben put Holland ahead but within 60 seconds a sensational strike from Tim Cahill brought Australia level. Cahil...Full Story »

Australia 3 : 2 Netherlands - Van Gaal never doubted Holland

Posted Wednesday, June 18, 2014 by PA116 hits

Louis van Gaal claimed he had no doubts his Holland side would finish victorious even before substitute Memphis Depay's decisive strike in the 3-2 World Cup Group B defeat of Australia. Holland beat defending world champions Spain 5-1 in their opening match, but the Oranje had to come from 2-1 down to win 3-2 against the battling Socceroos to put one foot in the knockout stages ahead of their c...Full Story »

Australia 3 : 2 Netherlands - Holland rally to see off Australia

Posted Wednesday, June 18, 2014 by 7M Sport223 hits

Holland survived a scare to claim a second win in Group B and eliminate Australia from the World Cup in Porto Alegre. The Oranje beat defending world champions Spain 5-1 in their opening match, but Louis van Gaal's men had to come from 2-1 down to win 3-2 in their second. Arjen Robben put Holland ahead but within 60 seconds a sensational strike from Tim Cahill brought Australia level. Cahil...Full Story »

Holland coach Louis van Gaal says new formation helped beat Spain 5-1

Posted Saturday, June 14, 2014 by skysports.com216 hits

Louis van Gaal (L): Praises new formation and Robin Van Persie Louis van Gaal believes the decision to adopt a new formation helped Holland to their 5-1 thrashing of Spain in Group B of the World Cup. A breath-taking second half saw Holland fire four goals past Vicente del Bosque’s men – with Arjen Robben and Robin van Persie finishing the game with a brace apiece, having led the l...Full Story »

Chelsea's Van Aanholt misses the cut for Holland

Posted Sunday, June 01, 2014 by Foxsports.com204 hits

Patrick van Aanholt, the Chelsea left-back who has spent the last two years on loan at Vitesse Arnhem, has been dropped from the Holland squad for the World Cup. Karim Rekik, Tonny Vilhena, Quincy Promes, Jean-Paul Boetius and goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet were also cut from the party which will travel to Brazil as coach Louis van Gaal trimmed his preliminary squad to 23. Rafael van der Vaart has a...Full Story »

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