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Holland were denied a Euro 2016 playoff spot after losing their final match 3-2 to Czech Republic at home. Holland needed a win in this game and also wanted Turkey to lose against Iceland but neither happened and it means we won't be seeing the Oranje colours in this summers tournament.

For this first time since 1984, Netherlands will not participate in the European Championships. 
Things started out badly for the Dutch team and they were soon behind 0-2, quick goals from Pavel Kaderabek and Josef Sural. But Holland was provided with the perfect opportunity to fight back when Czech player Marek Suchy was sent off before half time.



Any hopes of a comeback were ruined when Van Persie sent the ball into his own net following a free-kick. That moment epitomized Holland's qualifying campaign and although they fought back with two goals later on, it was to no avail as they ended up losing the game 2-3.

But even a victory would not have sent them to the playoffs, as Turkey beat Iceland 1-0 in the other match of the group. It is the first time that Holland have failed to qualify for a major tournament after missing out on 2002 World Cup. Holland finished at an impressive third place in the previous World Cup and this turnaround of event has been somewhat shocking.

There has been a sudden transition in the team and with manager Louis Van Gaal also leaving his country to coach Manchester United, Holland had looked to be in absolute shambles right from the beginning of the campaign. They missed Robben for most part due to injury and Van Persie's decline also hit them hard.

Their manager Guus Hiddink was sacked midway through the campaign and new boss Danny Blind couldn't do much either. The Dutch Football Association has insisted that Danny Blind will remain in charge for now despite the mounting pressure on him.

Iceland have never been able to make it to the finals of any major international football tournament, but it looks like they will make their way soon.

Iceland players celebrating their win over Holland
Iceland defeated Holland last night again, which assured themselves of at least third place and a play-off spot.

If Iceland can manage to get at least three points from their last available nine, then they will ensure direct qualification.

This definitely was a reason to celebrate, which they did, very wildly.

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Ever since his displays in the world cup, Daley Blind has been linked with a move to Old Trafford before the closure of the transfer window. Recently, Blind has fueled the speculation surrounding him by publicly coming out and saying that it would be hard to reject a move to a team like Manchester United. With Louis van Gaal having already worked with the versatile outfielder during his tenure in charge of the Dutch national side, a move for Blind seems likely. But will Blind be able to solve some of United's biggest problems?

Daley Blind in action for Netherlands during the World Cup.


First off, here is some background information on Blind. Daley Blind is currently 24 years of age, and plays for the Eredivsie champions Ajax. Being a product of Ajax's youth system, Blind has never left the club, apart form a single loan spell at FC Groningen in 2010. Since breaking into the side in 2008, Blind has gone onto play 100 matches for Ajax, scoring 3 goals.

Blind's impressive performances for his club have cemented his place in the Dutch national side as a left-back, or as a left-wing back under Louis van Gaal, ahead of highly rated Jetro Willems.

Blind has been very impressive over the past few years for Ajax playing at left-back, a position which many think to be his preferred. However, it is not his accomplished performances from the left-back position which have caught the eye of everyone around of the world. Blind is a very versatile player, able to play in two other positions aside from left-back, being centre-back and defensive midfield.

Recently, Blind reinvented himself under Frank de Boer, who saw Blind as a defensive midfielder rather than a left-back or a centre-back. Although it may have seemed a gamble at the time, de Boer played Blind in the 'number 6' role, despite many others having doubts regarding whether or not Blind would be able to fully establish himself as a defensive midfield. Little did he know it, Blind excelled in the number 6 role. Now, the entire Ajax side revolves around Blind, who plays in the number 6 role regularly unless he has to fill in at left-back or centre-back due to the limited available choices in those positions.

Despite many thinking he is a natural left-back primarily due to the fact that he played in the left-wing back position under Louis van Gaal at the world cup, Blind has reinstated himself and fully established himself as a defensive midfielder, where he even sometimes looks more comfortable on the pitch.

In the Eredivisie, Blind is rated very highly due to his intelligence and ability. Blind dictates the tempo of Ajax's game, and defensively does a solid job for them too. Primarily, his job for Ajax has been to shut down the opposition's playmaker by man marking him, not giving him any space and hence limiting the creativity of the opposition in the final third. Offensively, Blind can play fantastic through balls for Ajax's strikers to latch onto. Blind's vision is quite understated, as he can spot spaces on the field which other players in the Eredivise are not capable of.

Blind's playing style earned him a comparison to Germany and Bayern Munich's captain, Phillip Lahm, and his current manager called him the 'Dutch Phillip Lahm'. Although it may seem like an insane comparison, Blind and Lahm do share very similar playing styles, and both are full-backs turned defensive midfielders. Though Blind has a long way to go if he wants to come anywhere near Lahm's career, Blind definitely has the potential to do so, but he will need to also be surrounded by better players like Lahm, something which will happen if he joins Manchester United.

If he chooses to leave Ajax and join Manchester United, Blind will undoubtedly face a couple of challenges. Firstly, he will have to live up to his hype. Lots of United fans seem to only remember his cross for Robin van Persie's famous header against Spain in the world cup, and with a price tag of 17 million, Blind will have some seriously high expectations to fulfill. Most fans will demand to see crosses like that every week, something which would have been a big ask for even David Beckham. Secondly, I personally think that Blind might suffer from the physicality of the Premier League. He is not exactly a Nigel de Jong if you didn't know, he will probably be overwhelmed by how physical the English sides, especially teams like West Ham or Stoke, are compared to the Dutch clubs.

Although in possession Daley Blind is fantastic, his problems in the Premier League will come off the ball. Defensive midfielders need to be strong in order to survive the Premier League, and for that reason alone I think Blind will need to spend some more time in the gym. However, we have seen players with small, 'fragile' builds excel in the Premier League, players like Juan Mata or David Silva. Despite this, a 'weak' or 'physically undominating' defensive midfielder is quite unheard of.

With his great versatility and talent, for a relatively cheap price compared to other United signings, Blind would make a great acquisition for Manchester United. He, alone, will help cover 3 positions which United seem fairly short-stocked at, and thus would make a potentially great signing. If Blind keeps his head and delivers consistently good performances like he did for Ajax, the fans will undoubtedly love him and he'll be an instant hit at Old Trafford.

Written by Mayank Tiwary. Follow on Twitter .

Netherlands players celebrating the team victory

Netherlands made Brazil's World Cup campaign look worse after the latter ended losing another match due to a very sad defence. Netherlands claimed the third sport in their World Cup campaign with a 3-0 win.

In the third minute of the game, Arjen Robben was brought down by Thiago Silva at the edge of the penalty area, which resulted in a penalty in favour of the Dutch. Robin van Persie converted it into a goal after netting from the penalty spot.

In the 16th minute of the game, Daley Blind scored his first international goal after capitalizing on David Luiz's poor clearance to the centre of the Brazil box, easily settling and finishing by sending the ball past Julio Cesar.

The 3rd and the final goal of the goal came in the stoppage time, by Georginio Wijnaldum, bringing an end to Brazil's competition. The hosts had lost the semi finals to the mighty Germans by 7-1 and now they take fourth place in the competition. The world now awaits Sunday's final when Brazil's rival Argentina will play with Germany for the ultimate trophy.

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Some beautiful pictures related to the game:


A couple displaying their banners


A brazilian supporter during the game


Netherlands team supporter cheering for her team












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Argentina beat Netherlands 4-2 on penalties after a hard fought 120 minutes battle, followed by a tensed penalty shoot-out, to face the mighty Germans in the finals of the World Cup 2014.

Argentina players celebrating their victory

Although Messi is the main man heading into the final, but their semi-final victory over Netherlands will always be remembered as Javier Mascherano’s moment of glory. On at least three occasions, Barcelona star Javier Mascherano saved his side as the team showed defensive brilliance that Brazil lacked last night.

After a magnificent atmosphere had been built up by the two sets of supporters in the hour leading up to kick-off, the players did their very best to dampen spirits entirely in the 120 minutes that followed.

There were not many chances created by either teams during the first half. Ezequiel Garay’s header from the left corner was the closest attempt. Messi's free-kick, which was easily held by Dutch goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, was the only shot on target during the first 45 minutes of the game.

Lionel Messi taking a free-kick for Argentina.

During the second half of the game, some amount of panic was felt by both the teams to score goals, but the gamplay remained almost similar. Arjen Robben went so close to scoring just in the dying minutes before full time, but some extra time taken by him to shoot allowed Mascherano to show a fantastic display of his defending capabilities.

That game-saving tackle from Mascherano.

The Dutch team's first real shot came in the 99th minute, which went straight into the hands of the Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero.

The game which was said to be a battle between Messi and Robben ended up with some brilliant works of defence by Ron Vlaar and Mascherano, who made sure that the match went to the penalties without any goals scored.

Vlaar made sure that Messi did not get a single touch in the box.

Ron Vlaar and Sneijder were the two Netherlands players who missed the penalties, which made way for Argentina to the finals.

Argentina's goalkeeper Sergio Romero saves a penalty from Netherlands' Wesley Sneijder.

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Some beautiful pictures during the game:

Some amazing fans during the match.




Dutch fan showing up a banner during the game.

Arjen Robben consoles his young son who is in tears after the penalty shoot-outs.


Sergio Romero with the Man of the Match trophy
Hot Dutch supporters.
Argentina supporter before the game.

Netherlands supporters cheering for their team!!

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Dutch team celebrating after their win

Netherlands go to the semi-finals after defeating Costa Rica on penalties. The last minute substitution by Dutch team, taking off Jasper Cillesen and putting on Tim Krul, for the penalties seems to be the key reason for their win after the Newcastle United goalkeeper saved two penalties from Bryan Ruiz and Michael Umana in the shoot-out. Netherlands will play Argentina in the semi final.

Tim Krul coming on for Jasper Cillesen just before the penalty shoot-outs

Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas proved it once again why he is being compared to one of the best goalkeepers in the tournament and managed to keep the game goalless till the extra time of the game.

Van Gaal switched from 5-3-2 to 3-4-3 to make way for Dirk Kuyt and Danny Blind after Nigel de Jong's injury.Costa Rica’s amazing performance against Uruguay, Italy and Greece seemed to have taken little out of them given their energy levels. Their defence was admirable as the Dutch team were not allowed to circulate the ball in speed. All the same, Robben’s presence can spread anxiety in any back line. Junior Diaz and Michael Umana both earned yellow cards for tripping Arjen Robben.

With eight minutes of normal time remaining, Gonzalez committed a foul on Robben, which did look like a dive. Sneijder's free-kick nearly produced a goal, shooting the ball over the wall from the left corner of the penalty box and against the near post.

Netherlands (3-4-3): Cillessen (Krul, 120); De Vrij, Vlaar, Martins Indi (Huntelaar, 105); Kuyt, Wijnaldum, Sneijder, Blind; Robben, Van Persie, Depay (Lens, 76).

Costa Rica (5-2-3): Navas; Gamboa (Myrie, 79), Acosta, Gonzalez, Umana, Diaz; Tejada (Cubero, 97), Borges; Campbell (Urena, 66), Ruiz, Bolanos.

Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzb)

Some pictures of pretty ladies during and outside the game:


Netherlands supporter cheering for her team during the match.


Costa Rican girl smiling during the game.




Jale Berahimi, Costa Rican reporter.
Jale Berahimi, Costa Rican reporter.

Rihanna posted this picture on twitter after the game, showing support for Holland.

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Stefan de Vrij in action for Netherlands

Accordign to talkSPORT and other reports, Manchester United have agreed a deal with Feyenoord to sign their defender Stefan de Vrij this summer.

The Red Devils have been looking for highly rated defenders to replace Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic, after both the players both left the club this summer, and have now turned to the Dutch centre-back.

Serie A side Lazio were said to have an agreement with the Dutch club for the 22-year-old before the World Cup, but the move is now believed to have fallen through.

Louis van Gaal is currently coaching De Vrij with the Netherlands side in Brazil in their World Cup campaign and this has opened the door to this possible move.

According to Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport the stopper, De Vrij will move to Old Trafford for around £8million. The defender has only has one year left on his current contract.

If reports are to be believed, De Vrij will become Van Gaal's third singing of the summer, after Athletic Bilbao's Ander Herrera and Southampton left-back Luke Shaw.

Can this Dutch star be Man United's new Ronaldo?

Manchester United are looking to sign some great players who have already proven what they are capable of. On the other hand, United is famous for creating superstars, like Ronaldo, Beckham and the list goes on.

Many United supporters believe that they have found their new hero in Dutch winger Memphis Depay.

Netherland's promising winger Memphis Depay

The 20-year-old PSV Eindhoven player came from the bench to score the winner in their 3-2 victory over Australia. No introduction could have been better for Depay, that too at such a grand stage.

It is widely believed that new United manager Louis van Gaal's appointment also means that he would bring in some Dutch stars at Old Trafford.

Many United supporters and fans expressed their desire to see Memphis Depay at Manchester United after they shared their thoughts on social media.



Depay signed for PSV's youth team, coming from Sparta Rotterdam in 2006, and joined their senior squad in 2011. He has scored 17 goals in 60 appearances since then.

Memphis Depay has also become the youngest scorer for The Netherlands in World Cup history, by scoring at the age of 20 years, 4 months and 5 days.

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