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Netherlands V Slovakia, May 30
[account-removed] 2 years ago
Freekick in penalty? The first time in my life I saw that!
KidultHood (Inter Milan) 2 years ago
Dutch/English aint going nowhere in Euros sad but true...
Kaplica (Real Madrid) 2 years ago
Yeah right just like the Dutch went nowhere on last World Cup, just the final...
Theatreofdream (Manchester United) 2 years ago
I want replay of every euro match to be in this quality!
CFLNHLFIFAFAN (Chelsea) 2 years ago
Good win going into Euro's for Netherlands I hope they advance with Germany in group cause I'm germany fan, I don't like Portugal and I don't think Portugal will do well, but Netherlands a good team. Got 2 goals here, at a nice friendly vs Slovakia, nice interesting stadium here, cool to see
[account-removed] 2 years ago
Afellay is such a waste as a bench warmer

I would certainly pick this as my dutch midfield and attack

-------v. Bommel-strootman-------
--------------vdv---------------
Robben/L. Dejong------affellay/RVP
---------Huntelaar/RVP-----------
Ghanaboy95 (Arsenal) 2 years ago
Afellay needs to join Arsenal
Labeans (Barcelona) 2 years ago
Arsenal buying a young player(for a probably high price)  Not going to happen
Ghanaboy95 (Arsenal) 2 years ago
I didn't know 26 was young
Kain (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Love afellay, he's brilliant!
Cjaystacks (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Sadly brilliantly warming the barcelona bench when he's such a good talent
Jojosanz (Barcelona) 2 years ago
He'd been injured. His team was mending him so he can carry on with the talent
Cjaystacks (Manchester United) 2 years ago
I feel sorry for affelay since his gone to barca he's just warming the bench but what a talented player he is
Farox (Barcelona) 2 years ago
Are you naturally stupid or do you just pretend to be stupid?
Ikrau (Liverpool) 2 years ago
He's only been "warming the bench" because he's been injured the whole season
Farox (Barcelona) 2 years ago
When someone is stupid or barca hater they just cannot simply comprehend that fact
Salman89 (AC Milan) 2 years ago
Lol Beautiful comment Farox
Tqukueku (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Dutch Manager has some tough calls to make.

I don't think he can play VDV and Sneijder together in an effective 4-3-3. So its one or the other, but VDV IMO has a better eye for goal, whilst Sneijder pips him in the ball distribution department.

Huntelaar is definitely a better goal scorer at the national level than RVP, but RVP gives more to the overall team play by running down channels, superb crossing ability and skills.

I think he'll like to play Schaars at LB, but that Willems kid is exciting and he does deliver a quality ball, he's also quicker than Schaars. Schaars though is more experienced and might be of a better temperament because of that.

Affelay playing LW is probably the best 'attacking' option, but he could also try VDV there or bring in a hardworking Dirk Kuyt who can drop into the midfield and help out.

Who would be a manager? Lol
Maaza (Barcelona) 2 years ago
Netherlands have tried VDV on the left many times and it has failed miserably every time
Blippito (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Afellay!
Guuuner (Arsenal) 2 years ago
Is sneijder out for euros?  
Robertoalvarez (FC Barcelona II) 2 years ago
Our you mad man, of course he is, has the RUUD BOY STop scoring?
Dtouch (Ajax) 2 years ago
Was would you think he is out for the euros? He was playing in this match...
Fabricass (Arsenal) 2 years ago
Dtouch, he was replaced with an injury in this game, that's why
Deejah (FC Utrecht) 2 years ago
There's no news yet, but I think it wasn't too bad. That's just my guess though, but apparently he said something to van Marwijk about being kicked on the ankle. Apparently the medical team didn't despair too much over it, and at least it's not his thigh again.

Bouma's case is uncertain, though, but he's s**t anywa so who cares?
Chukchuk (Manchester United) 2 years ago
He was one of the first people shown in the highlights
Thebevaneffect (Wigan Athletic) 2 years ago
Great to see affelay back!



   
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