PSV Eindhoven: Dick Advocaat comeback begins with false start is a post from: Just Football
It was after PSV conceded their second goal that Dick Advocaat
knew he was truly back in the Eredivisie. The maddest league in Europe, and he
couldn't have started in a more significant setting â€“ RKC Waalwijk's Mandemakers Stadion â€“
scene of PSV's last (and now most recent) competitive defeat.
The Ajax soap is getting more and more ridiculous. Johan Derksen, Piet Keizer, Guus Hiddink,
Arie van Eijden....everyone has an opinion. Interestingly enough, someone threw all of Johan
Cruyff's emails and voicemail messages on the street and allowed the AD newspaper to report the
EINDHOVEN, Netherlands PSV Eindhoven took the lead in the Dutch Eredivisie with a 4-1 win over NAC
Breda on Sunday after Twente could only draw. PSV and defending champions Twente were level on 50
points ahead of their respective matches, but Fred Rutten's PSV side are now out in front with 53
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands â€” Wesley Verhoek scored in injury time for ADO The Hague to shock Dutch
league leader PSV Eindhoven 1-0 on Saturday. Verhoek converted Charlton Vicento's cross from a
tight angle as ADO secured its first win at PSV's Philips Stadium since 1971. "PSV was perhaps the
better team but we took our chances," [.
Urby and Lens have registered for "So you think you can dance?"
PSV's Fred Rutten wasn't happy. PSV leads the standings and took a point from the Amsterdam
Arena after a goalless but exciting Ajax-PSV, but the PSV head coach felt they could have and
should have gone back to Eindhoven [read more]
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands PSV moved three points clear at the top of the eredivisie after playing out
a goalless draw at Ajax. The visitors had the better chances, while Ajax had Rasmus Lindgren sent
off in injury-time after a professional foul on PSV's Wilfred Bouma. A win would have taken
Eindhoven five points ahead of [.
If one needs further confirmation that Dutch football was slipping down the echelons of European
football, look no further than this weekend's shocking upset PSV Eindhoven beat the once-giant
Kelvin Leerdam received his marching orders soon after PSV had taken lead. Some resolute
defending by the De club aan de Maas kept the score line at a respectable 2-0 as the two
teams went in for halftime.
The Dutch Eredivisie Review on ESPN has become one of the 'must watch' TV programmes in my
household on a weekly basis. I don't know quite what it is that endears me to Dutch football ahead
of watching, say, the Bundesliga or La Liga, but watching promising players on the way up (and some
geniuses on the way down) is somehow more interesting that watching household names at the peak of
In weekend no. 3 one of the first six classics was programmed: PSV-Ajax in Eindhoven. A defeat at
home would have resulted in the first crisis for Fred Rutten. In a memorable match, PSV found it's
mojo in the second half and won the game 4-3. Isaksson, the PSV goalie,
Erik Pieters is looking all the more likely to join Newcastle United after his recent comments but
the hunt for a new striker is looking a bit glum just now. It looks like PSV's Erik Pieters is one
step closer to becoming our new left-back as PSV boss Fred Rutten is almost conceding defeat in
Fred Rutten's PSV hadn't lost a game in 39 matches. And with PSV leading the tables and Feyenoord
yet again disappointing last week, it seemed the Rotterdam team would be left empty-handed, yet
again, in the cup's quarter final. Feyenoord coach Been had made some changes again. Jonathan de
In the last ten days, we've been focusing on Brilliant Orange! And what a news we had... But let's
quickly drum up all the news items we missed from other Dutch football topics... Fred Rutten is out
at Schalke and will be the new PSV coach. Dwight Lodeweges, currently in charge and
OK so we're only two games in but could we be seeing the early signs of how the new Bundesliga
season is going to shape up? At the end of last season, most pundits believed that Wolfsburg might
dip somewhat following their magnificent success last season and the inevitable departure of their
best forwards, not to mention that of Svengali coach Felix Magath.
For the second week running the Bundesbag begins with off-the-pitch shenanigans. Last week we
considered the dramatic removal of Jurgen Klinsmann as Bayern coach. This week, the Bundesliga
headlines are dominated by the sensational news of league leaders Wolfsburg's manager Felix Magath
who will join Schalke at the end of the season.
All goals and highlights from the German Bundesliga game between Arminia Bielefeld and Schalke 04
played on Friday, April 3, 2009. First game as Schalke managers for Youri Mulder and Mike Buskens
after Fred Rutten was fired in March. Final score and result:- ( Check out the key moments below as
well as the goal [.
Mir steht es fern über Schalke zu urteilen. Aber man muss sich doch schon mal darüber
unterhalten, was da gerade so abgeht. Nach der Entlassung des Managers darf nun auch der aktuelle
Trainer vorzeitig in Urlaub gehen. Ich zitiere von der offiziellen Webseite: Josef Schnusenberg,
Vorstands-Vorsitzender des FC Schalke 04, teilte dem 46-Jährigen diesen Beschluss in einem [.
Schalke 04 coach Fred Rutten was very excited after a won game over Eintracht Frankfurt (1-2). 'I'm
pleased with the outcome of this match, points are the most important thing for our team now'. 'We
only came here for one thing: three points. How we would win didn't matter, only victory counted',
he told the press.
Werder Bremen struggled to a 2-1 victory over third-division side Erzgebirge Aue Tuesday in the
German Cup while Cologne and Eintracht Frankfurt lost to teams from lower leagues.
With the memory of Saturday's stunning 5-2 win at champions Bayern Munich still fresh in their
minds, Bremen went into their second- round clash full of confidence but found themselves a goal
down after just seven minutes when Fabian Mueller put the home side ahead with a shot from outside
Schalke advanced to the round of 16 of the DFB Cup with a convincing 2-0 victory over Hannover
tonight. Heiko Westermann scored both goals as Fred Rutten's men were just too good for the
injury-riddled Reds. And while this game continues a good run of form for the Gelsenkirchen club,
1. Assholes Anonymous Hi my name is Rafinha and I am an asshole. For a team that has some very
likeable and fair-minded players in Neuer, Kuranyi and Westermann, there seems to be a need to
offset it with a player like Rafinha. The sooner the fat Rafa from Liverpool buys little Rafa and
takes his [.
So, Blaise Nkufo (pronounced Kufo, often misspelled N'Kufo) will soon be a Sounder. I'm only
just now beginning to follow the Sounders, but as a Dutch native (Feyenoord Rotterdam fan), I have
been in a good position to admire FC Twente and Blaise Nkufo.