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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Antarion on Sun Aug 03, 2014 7:38 pm

Would have liked Fey-Jugend at the CL. Would be great for this board. meh

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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Sun Aug 03, 2014 8:02 pm

Still possible just a 0-2 in Istanbul and beating Arsenal or Napoli..shame most of them left already. But there is a new batch coming. This will end in 5/6th place again if we stay like this. THe whole nation will be laughing again, only to spunk over our academy in 4 years again at the WC in Russia.

30-40 million in the bank yet they refuse to spend any.

Our new striker will be either Guidetti, Dost or Zapata.

Most likely Zapata, cause he will come on loan..
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Mon Aug 04, 2014 5:15 pm

Feyenoord made an offer for Zapata for 5 million...he is black!!! And Colombian.

Thought he was some badass argie.

Though, if it makes Clasie stay, im all for it.
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Super Progress on Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:27 pm




Famous Feyenoord swearing child is now all grown up



A famous photo which has been reused hundreds of thousands of times over the past decade is an image of a young Feyenoord fan swearing.

The picture seemed to encapsulate much of the passion, tribalism and hooliganism that exists in football, and thus it went viral.

Now a new image has come out on social media showing just what that kid looks like in 2014.

All grown up, the fan now sports a tattoo on his forearm which matches the ink-job which his old man has.

See the picture showing how that little Feyenoord kid is now all grown up.



 Biggrin 
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Jaime on Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:32 pm

Fey wrote:Feyenoord made an offer for Zapata for 5 million...he is black!!! And Colombian.

Thought he was some badass argie.

Though, if it makes Clasie stay, im all for it.

The Colombian Zapata is a defender! Well, I guess there could be more than one.

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Post by 110% on Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:35 pm

Super Progress wrote:


Famous Feyenoord swearing child is now all grown up



A famous photo which has been reused hundreds of thousands of times over the past decade is an image of a young Feyenoord fan swearing.

The picture seemed to encapsulate much of the passion, tribalism and hooliganism that exists in football, and thus it went viral.

Now a new image has come out on social media showing just what that kid looks like in 2014.

All grown up, the fan now sports a tattoo on his forearm which matches the ink-job which his old man has.

See the picture showing how that little Feyenoord kid is now all grown up.



 Biggrin 

Looked a lot tougher when he was a little kid
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Tue Aug 05, 2014 4:49 pm

Fey-jugend eh, fanatic as hell!

Im fairly sure he is about 16 or so considering the shirt on the left is from 2003, his dad is English I believe. And the pic on the right is taken in the zoo...so cute! Very Happy

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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by 110% on Tue Aug 05, 2014 6:13 pm

Fey wrote:Fey-jugend eh, fanatic as hell!

Im fairly sure he is about 16 or so considering the shirt on the left is from 2003, his dad is English I believe. And the pic on the right is taken in the zoo...so cute! Very Happy

Feyenoord or Liverpool fan? He has "You'll never walk alone" on is arm Wink
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:20 pm

The Independent wrote:
Feyenoord find family values pay - as the players it produces prove
The Rotterdam club do not have fancy facilities or an expensive academy but the set-up that produced 11 of the Dutch squad this summer is rated the best in Europe. Jack Pitt-Brooke discovers their secrets


The best academy in Europe is not the richest, the biggest or the best-equipped. It is a cramped scattering of pitches, short of space in central Rotterdam, bisected by a dirty moat.

But Varkenoord, just across the road from Feyenoord’s De Kuip stadium, has been producing excellent footballers for years. Eleven of the Netherlands squad at the World Cup were developed there, while nine of the players from the third-place play-off win over Brazil either started there or went on to play for Feyenoord.
Many of these players – almost all of them from Rotterdam and the surrounding area – have dragged Feyenoord up from the ignominy of drift, €43m of debt and a 10th-place finish in the Eredivisie three years ago back towards the top of the Dutch game.
The football food chain is ruthless, though, and this summer Feyenoord have already had to sell defenders Stefan de Vrij, Daryl Janmaat and Bruno Martins Indi, to the far richer Italian, English and Portuguese leagues. But there is a new generation of youngsters to take their place, and another after that. On Wednesday night they will try to overturn a 2-1 deficit against Besiktas to reach the Champions League final play-off round, but even if they do not, they should compete for the Dutch title again this season.


To call what exists at Varkenoord a production line or football factory would be to misjudge it, to overstate the resources deployed and to ignore the human values that make it so special. “It is to do with people, the atmosphere,” explains technical director Martin van Geel from his office at the stadium. “The accommodation is not good, unbelievable, like an amateur club. The training ground is no good, it is too small. It is very difficult to work there. It has all to do with the people.”
People like Damiën Hertog, the head of the academy, and a typical Varkenoord coach. Hertog is from Rotterdam, joined the Feyenoord academy at seven but never made it to the first team. He came back to coach the Under-19s five years ago before taking his current overseeing role.
Sat in the plastic dugout watching the Under-17s train, Hertog insists no individual was responsible for what goes on here. “The players play like a team, and the coaches work like a team.”
So what, then, are the principles taught to the players? “To start, it is being down to earth,” Hertog says. “What we expect is normal behaviour. There is no gap, no borders between the coaches, and no borders between the players and the coaches. They feel comfortable and enjoy themselves. The gaps are very small here, it is like a family. And when we get along like this, we can demand a lot of these players.”


Hard work is the religion of the port city and the club. The fans have a saying “Geen Woorden Maar Daden” (“No words but deeds”) which is taught to the players as well. This does not mean, though, that the players are run into the ground. Training is built around the principle that “less is more”: each group – roughly 18 boys in each year, almost all of them from Rotterdam – does only four training sessions each week, rather than six, as they used to, while no sessions are repeated.


Coaching is geared towards producing fit, strong, team-oriented footballers, already expert in their roles in the 11-a-side game. Although this sounds obvious, it is a different approach from that at Ajax, where Dennis Bergkamp is trying to create brilliant individual players.


While Bergkamp’s work at Ajax will need time to bear fruit, there is no doubt that Feyenoord, at youth level, are better now. They have won the Rinus Michels award for the Netherlands’ best youth system for five straight years. They dominate the country’s youth leagues. Last year they won the league at Under-21, U-17, U-16, U-15 and U-13 levels and the cup at U-19 and U-13.
The success of the age-group sides means a lot to the Feyenoord supporters and the Varkenoord complex swarms with fans on Saturdays when the first team is away. An Under-19 game against Ajax can expect up to 1,500 supporters in the rickety mini-stadium.
Playing for the Feyenoord first team brings pressure when the youngsters are called up – Van Geel mentions how “De Kuip, it either brings you to life, or you have De Kuip on your shoulders”. But those new young players from Rotterdam – Jean-Paul Boëtius, Tonny Vilhena, Terence Kongolo and Sven van Beek – have a natural advantage as locals. They talk of how, in the eyes of their fans, they can do no wrong, and the effect that has on them.
“It is important because they know the culture of the club,” Van Geel says. “They know the stadium and look to it, for many years, as their target. They want to get there. They know what it is like to play in a Feyenoord shirt, which is a little bit heavier than other shirts. The fans expect a lot of you, and they want you to win.”


Every three weeks the complete technical staff of the club meet to discuss which academy players can move up to the first team. Coach Fred Rutten – who replaced Ronald Koeman this summer when he left for Southampton – attends.
The young players, then, are ready to make an instant impression on the first team when called upon. When Boëtius, a clever winger, made his first-team debut, in October 2012, at the age of 18, against Ajax, he scored and completed 90 brilliant minutes. When Van Beek, a centre-back to replace De Vrij, made his debut last year, again at 18, against PSV Eindhoven in the cup, he was excellent too. Those players, with a few experienced others, almost all of them Dutch, nearly carried Feyenoord to their first Eredivisie title since 1999 last season.


The problem is that Feyenoord’s financial situation dictates that few of the young talents will stay. No player is paid more than €800,000 (£635,000) annually, and the total wage bill – €12m (£9.5m) in 2012-13 – is the fifth-biggest in the Netherlands, half of what PSV and Ajax pay.
Feyenoord will expand De Kuip from a 45,000 capacity to 75,000, and when that happens they should be able to keep their youngsters. That may come too late for Jordy Clasie, Kongolo, Boëtius and Van Beek, although those four will lead their Eredivisie challenge, live this year over here on Sky Sports 5. But expansion might keep the next generation at the club.
In the lobby at De Kuip there is a picture of the Feyenoord team that won the 2002 Uefa Cup, including an 18-year-old Robin van Persie. European glory like that might still be some way off but for now Feyenoord can still demonstrate the value of locality and community, a beacon of meaning a few miles from the port.


Dutch masters: Feyenoord products
Georginio Wijnaldum Left for PSV Eindhoven in 2011, played for Netherlands at World Cup.
Leroy Fer Went to FC Twente in 2011, now at Norwich City. Played at the World Cup.
Bruno Martins Indi Departed Feyenoord for Porto for £5m earlier this summer.
Stefan de Vrij Talented centre-back who left Feyenoord for Lazio this summer.
Jordy Clasie Known as the “new Xavi” in the Netherlands, now the club captain.
Terence Kongolo Centre-back who went to World Cup. His brother, Rodney, joined Manchester City.
Jean-Paul Boëtius Dangerous winger who is very popular with Feyenoord supporters.
Tonny Vilhena Strong, combative midfielder who plays alongside Clasie.
Sven van Beek The replacement for De Vrij and Martins Indi, 20-year-old centre-back.



http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/european/feyenoord-find-family-values-pay--as-the-players-it-produces-prove-9650507.html



Great article about the best academy in Europe. Though its interesting to see what gives the better players our method or that of ajax, im more a fan of the latter method tbh.
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Sat Aug 09, 2014 5:01 pm

Ajax are close in signing Eto'o Yikes
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Post by Fey on Sun Aug 10, 2014 6:21 pm



 cheers
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Wed Aug 13, 2014 5:10 pm

We is going to buy.....Kazim Richards...

Leave Clasie, Leave!!
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Fri Aug 15, 2014 10:09 pm

Well that was shit, first home game of the season, and even in August it rains here. Ziyech with a great goal. Shame he still plays for Heerenveen.

Also, no Clasie, well he is in Portugal negotiating, and it was painfull to see, also 9 million for CLasie only? WTF.
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Post by Pierre Littbarski on Sun Aug 31, 2014 3:54 pm

Tomas Necid is playing for PEC Zwolle, and he scored today ! great talent.

Can't believe he has lost the last 2.5 years to injury No
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Post by Fey on Sun Aug 31, 2014 3:57 pm

We signed a black goalie....from ajax..Vermeer. Would cry about this but Mulder is so, so bad that im rather happy..

Also Psv won the title already it seems..
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Mon Sep 01, 2014 6:14 pm

So 40 million in the bank, signed all kind of shite, but no fucking striker?

Fuck this!
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Sun Sep 21, 2014 4:49 pm

6 times hitting the bar...70% possession yet the jews win 0-1...enough is enough. Sack Rutten now.

And get a striker!!!!
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Post by Deluded F*ck™ on Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:33 pm

Some of those misses yesterday...
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Antarion on Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:56 pm

Fey, sth to cheer you up old boy:

When my gf had glance at my laptop screen yesterday she realized your profile pic and said to me thats a good looking poster and cute couple. Biggrin  So Fey, how does it feels turning into (gay) Clasie? Your wildest dreams eh? Smile
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Post by Fey on Mon Sep 22, 2014 4:09 pm

Of course women like Clasie, he is hot as hell ffs.

Still..it wont cheer me up..never, ever were we so dominant against ajax, and was ajax so bad. This was the chance to beat them again(only 1 in win in 20 now) ffs! And 5 points in 6 games. 

Still our midfield is pure sex with Clasie. But this game is quite simple. you need to score to win. And looking at the squad atm, I see 20-25 goals thats just sad.
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Sun Sep 28, 2014 5:03 pm

Sexy stuff, Clasie in HD remains a lust for the eye.

Was nice atmoshpere that game, they were awesome. Shame we lost.

Anyway, we finally won yesterday, how bout that! And Clasie wasnt even that good!
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Xavier on Sun Oct 05, 2014 7:04 pm

Went to the Feyenoord game, great atmosphere.... Clasie is worth the hype Smile
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Sun Oct 05, 2014 7:59 pm

Haha, no fucking way, where were you seated/standing? Should have said something before, could have shown you the better pubs. Still, what made you decide to view my beloved Feyenoord?

First home victory of this season...though from the previous 4 homegames we should have won 3 of them. So lucky you...and me. Groningen, as you could have seen, were abysmal. But im impressed with our positionplay. Still, we lack the quality upfront to really make it work. Immers is really hated here, but he was alright today.

Clasie was indeed outstanding again, though he should have scored for open goal. Then again, its not his job to score the goals. Also, he is looks impressive in real life doesnt he Blush

Obviously you become of fan for life now, and are able to decide the question we all want to hear....is Feyenoord more impressive then lets say...Bremen...or Spurs even...
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Post by Xavier on Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:17 pm

We were behind the away goal in the first half, section F.... I actually meant to say something here before the game but it slipped my mind. Now I regret it....

I've always liked Feyenoord.... mostly because I hate the chosen ones / Ajax haha. I'm visiting a friend here in Zaandam so I figured I'd catch a game.

Yes Clasie is a stud... even more beautiful in person. El Ahmadi is not much to look at but I thought he played excellently... best player of the first half anyway.

Feyenoord are now one of my favourites for sure, and definitely beat out small stuff like Spurs & Bremen Wink


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Post by Fey on Sun Oct 05, 2014 10:43 pm

Oh near the away fans, yeah been there before, sight is quite good there. Zaandam...that's deep jew country! Shows again we have fans everywhere!

El Ahmadi is indeed great so far, his first years he was shite though, but in combination with Clasie he is such a joy to watch. Good thing Villa never used him for football but for hoofing, so he is back again. 

And you are so right about the fact that Feyenoord is bigger then Bremen or Spurs!
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Post by Fey on Fri Oct 24, 2014 5:30 pm

Pretty awesome map.

http://www.tubantia.nl/extra/datajournalistiek/voetbalkaart

Shows you where fans are coming from.

Nothing new here, all clubs tend to have very local support except for Feyenoord and the c**ts.
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Post by Fey on Wed Feb 04, 2015 7:37 pm

Why do black people ALWAYS make mistakes at the most crucial moment Sad
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Mon Mar 23, 2015 1:38 pm



silent
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Re: Eredivisie 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Mon Mar 23, 2015 4:34 pm

Our new coach for next season:



Gio

cheers

This way we keep van Gastel for the youth, and we can sack Gio if needed.

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