THT parses the headlines from the FIFA World Cup to bring you the "news" you might have missed, if it weren't for us.
Netherland's World Cup progress means Manchester United have a lot to look forward to, next season
Dutch international Stefan de Vrij hasn't signed for Manchester United yet, explains the player's agent
The knockout matches proved to be very difficult for the bigger favourites and the likes of Argentina, Germany, Belgium, Brazil and Netherlands themselves had to really struggle to get anything. Can the Oranje force deal with their opponents comfortably or will the Ticos have a surprise for van Gaalai??i??s team? We preview the game.
Netherlands defender Stefan De Vrij is set to follow his coach Louis Van Gaal to Manchester United, as the Red Devils are aiming to replace Vidic and Ferdinand.
Manchester United defender Alexander BA?ttner has revealed that the arrival of Louis van Gaal has forced him to quit Old Trafford.
TheHardtackle brings you five things you should look forward to on another epochal day in World Cup football history.
With the World Cup underway and the transfer window open for business, a few transfer rumors surrounding Bayern Munich players bear closer examination.
Revenge is a dish best served 5-star by the Dutch, as The Netherlands demolished Spain 5-1. Here are 5 things we learned on a day when Australia went down fighting against Chile, while Mexico sneaked past Cameroon 1-0.
Netherlands humiliates Spain in their opening game as Arjen Robben and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie scored a brace each.