Majid Mohamed

Majid has been a member of The Independent's online editorial team since December 2007. A European football fanatic, he is especially interested in the Dutch game.

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Frank de Boer had been linked with the vacancy

Ajax coach Frank de Boer vows to 'stay loyal' following approach from Liverpool

Ajax coach Frank de Boer has rejected an approach to discuss the vacant manager's job at Liverpool.

Frank de Boer leads Ajax to Eredivisie title after overcoming injuries and boardroom disputes

Ajax coach Frank de Boer has led the club to their 31st Eredivisie title, his second championship triumph in just 16 months at the Dutch giants.

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Liverpool 2 Everton 1

Ajax and Dutch legend Johan Cruyff

Johan Cruyff set to implement 'technical revolution' at Ajax

Johan Cruyff, after consultation with Ajax, quit his role as a member of the supervisory board, but will take on a new position at the club where he can carry out his 'technical revolution.'

Fred Rutten during his last game in charge of PSV against NAC Breda

Phillip Cocu replaces Fred Rutten at PSV Eindhoven

PSV Eindhoven have sacked coach Fred Rutten following poor recent form which has threatened their title hopes.

Novelist Sanneke van Hassel reads her work. The Dutchie bicycle on display before being awarded as a prize

Litro Live! World Series: A celebration of Dutch culture

A small group was passing through the street with Bibles in their hands. My father was standing next to me, grinning.

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Johan Cruyff regains control at Ajax as entire board steps down

Club icon can now finally implement his technical revolution at the Dutch giants.

Hiddink quit his last role as Turkey boss, following their failure to qualify for this summer's European Championship

Guus Hiddink returns to club role at big spenders Anzhi Makhachkala

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Twente's new coach Steve McClaren toasts with chairman Joop Munsterman

Steve McClaren faces another challenge at Twente

Steve McClaren replaced Dutch coach Co Adriaanse last week after a combination of problems led FC Twente chairman Joop Munsterman to let the manager go with still six months remaining on his contract despite good results in general.

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A long-term target for Arsene Wenger, Cissokho has once again been linked with a move to Arsenal. Reports suggest Lyon are willing to let the French left-back leave this month. Cissokho recently told L'Equipe of his desire to play in the Premier League: 'This week, I will speak with the Lyon staff. I reckon I prefer England, but for now, there is nothing done.'

Arsenal: potential January transfer targets

Arsenal have already been active this month as club icon Thierry Henry has returned to provide cover for Africa Cup of Nations bound duo Gervinho and Marouane Chamakh in a loan move from New York Red Bulls.

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