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Standout records, results and scorers in our European weekend round-up

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Standout records, results and scorers in our European weekend round-up   What a weekend of football it’s been across Europe, whetting the appetite for another round of fixtures in the Champions and Europa League in midweek.Here we run down the highlights from the past few days on the continent, and there have been plenty, starting in the Bundesliga on Frida...

The best value tips from Sunday's top matches in Europe

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The best value tips from Sunday's top matches in Europe   After a hectic midweek of European football it’s fair to say domestic action eases back in by way of big contests this weekend. Indeed, you have to really wait until Sunday for any top matches, and with that in mind we’ve picked out five tips, with three of the matches previewed ...

Long odds on likely outcomes in tonight's Champions League action

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Long odds on likely outcomes in tonight's Champions League action   After 28 goals from the first eight matches of the Champions League campaign last night, and three out of five correct tips yesterday, we’re aiming to improve upon that score, going for four from four in tonight’s big fixtures.   Liverpool vs Sevilla - match preview   K...

WhoScored speaks with Eric Botteghin on Feyenoord's perfect start

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WhoScored speaks with Eric Botteghin on Feyenoord's perfect start   It’s been a sensational start to the season for Feyenoord; a faultless one, in fact, with recent wins over Manchester United and PSV Eindhoven standing out for the Rotterdammers. Key to both results, and their superb form as a whole, has been centre-back Eric Botteghin, who, after a fr...

Feyenoord thriving thanks to leadership of Van Bronkhorst & Kuyt

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Feyenoord thriving  thanks to leadership of Van Bronkhorst & Kuyt   When visiting De Kuip, the home of Feyenoord Rotterdam, you can't escape the smell of history; everywhere stories of their glorious past are being told, but more importantly, there are signs of a prosperous future. The club's de facto mantra – "Kein geloel, fussball spielen!" loosely t...

Eredivise 2016/17 Season Preview

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Eredivise 2016/17 Season Preview   It's not been the easiest of times for those who see the world through orange tinted glasses. The national team ignominiously failed to qualify for this summer's European Championship while their domestic clubs have fallen by the wayside at continental level and now face the distinct reality...

Team Focus: Comeback Kuyt Leading Feyenoord Bid to Return to Former Glory

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Team Focus: Comeback Kuyt Leading Feyenoord Bid to Return to Former Glory   Next month Ernst Happel, one of the most celebrated and influential managers in football history, would have been celebrating his 90th birthday. Aside from Vienna toasting one of their greatest sons they'll be raising a glass or two in Rotterdam. In a four-year spell with Feyenoord (1969-73)...

Player Focus: Kongolo & Van Beek Pairing Providing Solid Feyenoord Foundations

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Player Focus: Kongolo & Van Beek Pairing Providing Solid Feyenoord Foundations   On a visit to De Kuip, one of Europe's grandest stadiums, there's no escaping one particular banner. Four simple words: "Kein geloel, fußball spielen", which is loosely translate as 'forget the crap, just play football'. Uttered by their legendary manager Ernst Happel, it neatly sums u...

Player Focus: A Touch of Class From Graduates Epitomising Ajax & Feyenoord

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Player Focus: A Touch of Class From Graduates Epitomising Ajax & Feyenoord   In an age when clubs are starting to lose their identities it's refreshing to see a few, in this case Ajax and Feyenoord, bucking the trend. Both are institutions, described by De Telegraaf as "standard-bearers of Dutch football", but share an intense rivalry defined by ideology. It’s ...

Team Focus: Rutten With Work to Do Following Feyenoord Upheaval

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Team Focus: Rutten With Work to Do Following Feyenoord Upheaval   For some it serves as an inconvenience but in Feyenoord's case the international break couldn't have come at a better time. Another summer of upheaval – 14 players leaving and eight joining – has meant rebuilding, for now, is their primary objective. Such is the life of...

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