The 21 year old forward has had a prolific season in the Dutch Eredivisie and caught the attention of Manchester United after scoring and assisting in England's 2-1 international friendly defeat against Netherlands.
Former Liverpool FC reserves goalkeeper Martin Hansen scored a spectacular stoppage time equaliser in the Eredivisie while playing against PSV Eindhoven.
As the sun shines during a beautiful spring in Manchester, things continue to look up for 20-time English champions Manchester United. Out of the last ten games in the Premier League, United have lost only one and won eight – this includes a five-game winning run that the club are on currently. While Louis Van Gaal’s side have been hard to beat all through the season, they have often flattered to deceive when it comes to performance on the pitch. Yet, over the last three games at least, they have put in one top performance after another, conceding only two goals while scoring an impressive eight. And, the good news just doesn’t seem to stop coming to Old Trafford at the moment with the club receiving a major boost in their pursuit for Dutch winger Memphis Depay. Depay, who played under Van Gaal at the World Cup last year, has been in sensational form in the Eredivisie and is the […]
THT takes a look at FC Twente's latest signing and promising Dutch youngster Hakim Ziyech..
After 7 long years of disappointment in the Eredivisie and with a young, exuberant squad, can PSV finally get back to winning ways?
With the departures of 3 of the league's best players in Tadic, Pelle and Finnbogasson already confirmed, TheHardTackle takes a look at the 5 biggest talents and their potential departures from the world's best talent-producing factory.
Play-offs for play-offs for play-offs, the Dutch system of qualification, relegation and promotion is mind-boggling, but we have it covered.
As the roller-coaster season draws to a close, here is our Eredivisie Team of the Season for 2013/14.
Trace the history of surprise KVNB Cup Champions PEC Zwolle, and how they beat relegation, death and low expectations to stun mighty Ajax.
When one talks of Dutch football in the early 70's, many people unleash a sonnet, announcing the perfection and innovation and dominance of Ajax, Rinus Michels and Johan Cruyff. Most people would dismiss of it as an 'April Fool's Day joke' , when they are told that the first Dutch team to win the European Cup is surprisingly, not Ajax - which is a very common and very wide misconception. It was actually the club Ajax would've liked least to have taken this honour, their fiercest rivals in an enmity that runs deep into both clubs' history and has taken root in the very identity of both cities: Feyenoord Rotterdam.