Frenkie de Jong is reportedly attracting interest from Europe's biggest clubs, but how did the Ajax midfielder fare against Germany?
Frank de Boer explains what went wrong with Dutch football and why the next generation could change everything.
Find out why Johan Cruyff's vision for football lives on through the work of his old disciples at Ajax.
Man Utd v Ipswich represents a rematch for old World Cup foes. We look back to 2001.
The road to Russia starts on Saturday as the qualifying draw for the 2018 World Cup takes place in St Petersburg.
Marco van Basten talks Sacchi, Michels and Cruyff, and why he walked away from management.
Guillem Balague has picked his World Cup XI - but do you agree with his selections?
Holland's home-based stars highlight the merits of the Dutch top division, writes Matt Stanger.
Matt Stanger looks at how Louis van Gaal masterminded a fine win in his final game with Holland.
Andy Burton previews the World Cup final with Jamie Redknapp, Tim Key, Geraint Hughes and Dale Tempest.
Darting Dutchman Raymond van Barneveld joins the fun as we ‘arrow’ in on Netherlands v Argentina.
Holland are over-reliant on Arjen Robben, says Paul Merson, and will lose to Argentina on Wednesday.
Arjen Robben's story had been written but his unique talent offers redemption, writes Adam Bate.
Louis van Gaal's decision to bring on Tim Krul was typical of the man, writes Daniel Storey.
Argentina are set up to get the most out of Messi, says Guillem Balague, who assesses the semis.
Guillem Balague talks diving, Neymar's ascension to superstardom and Luis Suarez's apology for biting.
Martin Tyler praises Howard Webb’s handling of Brazil-Chile and Louis van Gaal’s tactical acumen.
The early signs are good for Manchester United with Louis van Gaal, writes Sarah Winterburn.
World Cup history is full of teams who entertained us only to fall away, writes Adam Bate.
What now for Spain? However you look at it this was a beating for the ages, writes Adam Bate.
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