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  1. This was for the Johan Cruijff Prijs.. (Young Footballer of the Year)
  2. Ah noooo. That sucks.
  3. We're just 6 games from glory, beating Ajax's run of 52 games unbeaten. However, in that 6 games, we have Ajax, Feyenoord & PSV in a row...
  4. Just out of interest, what's different between this and Destiny offering a Gjallahorn for pre-ordering Rise of Iron, but only a trailer with no gameplay in it?
  5. 2028 Youth Intake Full Intake Overview ST Mahmoud Khiraladin D/DM/MC Johan Smit AMLC Glenn Nok Wow! Khiraladin looks to be the complete package and a worthy successor to Thierry Ambrose. he's dual nationality too, so I'm torn between capping him for Holland or leaving him to play for the motherland.. Smit comes in with a great chance to be third choice MC and all round cover, whilst Nok will be retrained to be an ML
  6. Better than IRL
  7. Great choice! Best of luck! How are RKC doing?
  8. Good selection. I look forward to it.
  9. If anyone has missed it, I can highly recommend the book 'The Nowhere Men'. It's an insight into the world of scouting and is ridiculously interesting
  10. Den Haag would be a good one. Decent setup and a platform to challenge the big three
  11. RKC Waalwijk End of Jan 2028 Transfer Window Results A simple 2-0 win over FC Den Bosch, thanks to teen sensation Jelle Lems' first goal of the season then led us into an early top-of-the-table clash with NAC Breda. A 2-1 first half lead, courtesy of Djeremy Wildenbosch's double, looked comfortable. Even more so when Kees Cocu swept home to make it 3-1 on 63 mins. However, resident hothead Youssef Van de Beek saw red for two yellows. NAC pulled one back, but we ran out 3-2 winners. Our next game was an extremely tight 1-0 win at home to FC Groningen, Djeremy Wildenbosch hitting the only goal of the game. We then stuttered against AZ Alkmaar, first going behind, then labouring to salvage the 1-1 draw, thanks to Casey Rutten's goal. Midway through October and we were to face VVV Venlo. 1-1 at HT, through Piet van der Linden's early strike, but we then fell behind early on in the second half and looked ragged. Thankfully, their midfielder saw red for a crunching tackle on Cocu on 53 minutes and we took full advantage of the extra man. First Thierry Ambrose fired home to level it up on 59 minutes and Co Gootjes flicked home the winner 10 minutes later to give us a 3-2 win. A more comfortable win came in the next game against ADO Den Haag, although a general malaise in the defence allowed another two goals against. Thankfully, a Co Gootjes double and strikes from Djeremy Wildenbosch & Thierry Ambrose gave us a 4-2 win. Finally in October, a dominating, yet poorly executed performance against AFC Ajax Amsterdam saw us only draw 0-0. November saw us back to our usual selves as we thumped my protege Nigel De Jong's FC Utrecht side 3-0, with Jelle Lems, Thierry Ambrose and Che Nunnely on the scoresheet. This proved to be the final nail in the coffin for him and it saw him sacked. Feeling sorry for him, I immediately snapped him up to be the Netherlands B manager, until he gets back on his feet. A long international break then saw us struggle to break down a resolute Feyenoord Rotterdam side, despite dominating all aspects of the play. THe final result was 0-0. However, we put PSV Eindhoven to the sword in the next game, winning 3-0 with second half goals from a Thierry Ambrose double and Che Nunnely at the death. December dawned with a match against FC Twente Enschade. Halfway through the first half, Kees Cocu was given a straight red for a horrific tackle and I had to sub two players early on. However, Yasin Peeters headed home from a corner to give us a 1-0 lead and we held onto it for the rest of the game, showing some robust defending. The rest of December saw us beat Willem II Tilburg 2-0 with two early goals, before a disappointing 0-0 draw against Roda JC Kerkade. Then came one of our better results, as we put four past sc Heerenveen. A double from Leo Huisting and goals from Djeremy Wildenbosch and Robert de Graaf saw us comfortably romp home 4-0. After the winter break, our final three games were a 3-0 win over Vitesse Arnhem, a 3-2 win over SBV Excelsior, despite being 3-0 up and, finally, a 0-0 draw against Heracles Almeo. - Table - - Results - In the the Third Round of the KNVB Beker, we played an U-19's side against Jupiler League opposition in Fortuna Sittard. And they took them all the way to ET, before falling to a counter attack in the second half of ET. This knocked us out for the first time in a good few years. In the UEFA Champions League, we took on AS Monaco FC at home and lost 0-2. We then travelled to Israel, where I was feted as a hometown legend. However, a very poor performance saw us fall 1-2 to Maccabi Tel-Aviv. However, back-to-back 1-0 wins over AC Milan thrust us back up the table and a magnificent 3-1 away win in Monaco, courtesy of a Thierry Ambrose hat-trick qualified us in second place, with a chance to go top. And top we went, with a 3-0 hammering of Maccabi, while Monaco could only draw 1-1 with Milan. - Euro Results - Cup Results - ------------------------- Transfers First off, we sold legendary winger Co Gootjes to Chelsea for £28.5m. Tough decision to make, especially with no sell-on clause, but it was over £10m more than his value and he wasn't an Academy player. Then a purge of non-Dutch youth team players happened. Following Gootjes out of the door was defender Özgür Smulders, sold to SC Braga for £1.8m. He'd played a few games for us this season, but we could do without him in fairness. Next out the door was talented youngster Kees Cocu. He was bitching that he wanted a new challenge and a bigger club, so for £10m with clauses and a 50% sell on, Chelsea got their man. Paris Saint-Germain were next up, banging at our door. They wanted 18 year old backup right back Bram Verhoëfen for £5m, he went for £5m + 50% sell on. This was because we had full back Maurice Roodenberg coming back from a two year loan at AaB Aalborg. Next out the door was left winger Che Nunnely for £14.25m to FC Barcelona. He was a victim of the same problem I had with Gootjes. Fantastic player that hadn't come from our academy. Finally, on deadline day, left winger Bram van Santen was sold to En Avant de Guingamp for £6.25m and goalkeeper Alban Lafont was sold for £2.9m to AC Milan. One was a non-academy Dutch player and the other was a non-Dutch keeper. - Transfers -
  12. Best of luck. Hoping for a good Dutch club.
  13. Great work. That CL will be yours this season!!!