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Issue Twenty Six | Competitions

Brilliant Orange

Priya Ramesh

The Dutch ended 22 years of German domination to win the women’s European Championship

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Issue Twenty Six | Competitions

New Horizons

Luke Edwards

How England converted a Premier League writer to the charm of the women’s game

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Issue Twenty Six | Competitions

De Kuip of Cheer

Priya Ramesh

How Dirk Kuyt helped Feyenoord end an 18-year drought

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Issue Twenty Two | Greatest Games

Ireland 1 Netherlands 0

Arthur O'Dea

World Cup qualifier, Lansdowne Road, Dublin, 1 September 2001

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Issue Twenty One | Eight Bells

Euro 76

Scott Murray

A selection of key games from perhaps the greatest ever international tournament

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Issue Twenty | Interview

Total Recall

Lukas Vrablik

Barry Hulshoff on Rinus Michels and the tactical approach that underpinned Ajax

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Issue Eighteen | Outsiders

Out of the Shadows

Peter McVitie

The remarkable rise of PEC Zwolle, the minnow who reached successive Dutch Cup finals

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Issue Eighteen | Polemics

The Subscription Model

Tsjalle can der Burg

Does putting football on pay television really make economic sense?

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Issue Fourteen | World Cup Review

The Inevitable Conclusion

Ben Lyttleton

Another World Cup exit on penalties: why can’t the Dutch win shoot-outs?

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Issue Fourteen | Past Glories

The Velvet Revolution

Elko Born

Johan Cruyff, Ajax and the struggle for the soul of Dutch football

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Issue Thirteen | Protagonists

The Artist’s Boy

Leo Verheul

Robin van Persie was shaped by the Rotterdam in which he grew up

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Issue Ten | Nationalisms

The Hamburg Factor

Simon Kuper

The Euro 88 semi-final marked the peak of the Dutch-German football rivalry

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Issue Nine | Eight Bells

Goalless Draws

Jonathan Wilson

A selection of the best 0-0s in history

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Issue Five | Theory

The Skilling Fields

Steve Bartram

Manchester United are just one of the clubs influenced by the coaching model of Wiel Coerver

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Issue Three | Polemics

Comparing Apple with Oranje

Simon Kuper and David Winner

Were Johan Cruyff and Ajax the John Lennon and Beatles of Amsterdam?

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Issue Zero | Theory

The Dutch Style and the Dutch Nation

Simon Kuper

How the Netherlands’ move away from liberalism is reflected in its football

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