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Sympathy for Dick Advocaat

Marcotti's Musings
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 By Mark Lovell

Arjen Robben on par with Cruyff, Gullit, Van Basten, Rijkaard - Heynckes

Thomas Muller has been singled out by returning Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes as a leader within the club.
Bayern president Uli Hoeness says Jupp Heynckes is the right man to see the club through the rest of the season.

Jupp Heynckes regrets Netherlands' failure to qualify for the World Cup, despite it meaning that Arjen Robben will be able to concentrate solely on Bayern Munich following his retirement from international football on Tuesday.

Heynckes is in his fourth spell with Bayern and a second stint in charge of Robben, having worked with the 33-year-old when the club won the Treble in 2013.

The interim Bayern coach said players like the ex-Netherlands international "are few and far between."

He said at an...

 By Simon Kuper

Dutch stagnation is due to lack of new ideas, new managers at the top

After Netherlands failed to qualify for a second straight major tournament, the FC crew assess what went wrong.
Dick Advocaat praises retiring Dutch star Arjen Robben, saying the Netherlands will miss having his quality on the pitch.

You look at the Dutch team that achieved a pointless 2-0 victory over Sweden on Tuesday, while waving goodbye to qualification for next year's World Cup, and your first thought is: it's the B-team.

That would explain some of the underwhelming names on the team sheet: Lyon's Kenny Tete, Hertha Berlin's Karim Rekik and eternal journeyman Ryan Babel, who was once described by Gary Neville as always fighting with his own feet. But no: also in the team was Arjen Robben, the best Dutch player of this...