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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 1°C

# Double Dutch

Last year
Ireland set for Netherlands rematch as World Cup draw is made
The Irish women’s hockey side will also face Germany and Chile in Pool A.
All time
Fans in attendance as Netherlands bounce back and Frappart makes history
A dominant performance from Frank de Boer’s side delighted the small but rowdy crowd in Amsterdam.
The iconic Irish international and the unmitigated disaster of signing for Johan Cruyff's Ajax
Frank Stapleton swapped Manchester for Amsterdam in 1987, played alongside Frank Rijkaard and kept Dennis Bergkamp out of the team.
Derry five-a-side footballer channels his inner Dennis Bergkamp with this tidy finish
Tip of the hat to you, sir.
Van Gaal confirms United are chasing a 'fast winger' as Arjen Robben rumours grow
The 31-year-old winger decided to join Chelsea instead of the Red Devils back in 2004.
Ronald Koeman plays some mind games ahead of Man United clash with criticism of Daley Blind
The Southampton boss has identified the Dutch utility player as a weak-spot his side are keen to exploit this afternoon.
'Jesus didn't begin his walk to the cross until 2pm', says Easter expert Louis van Gaal
Manchester United manager also spoke passionately about how impressive Marouane Fellaini has been in recent weeks.
Van Gaal 'wasting energy' with long-ball debate, says Koeman
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman has weighed in the developing debate over long-ball tactics, criticising compatriot Louis van Gaal.
Integration tests are ok, says EU
This came in relation to a case in the Netherlands involving a New Zealand and a United States national.
Analysis: How Holland came from behind to beat Mexico
Arjen Robben wielded substantial influence on proceedings as the Dutch conjured a dramatic last-gasp victory.
Sports film of the week: Doubletime
If you’re staying in for Bank Holiday Sunday, check out this week’s pick. It’s a good ‘un.