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DUTCH EREDIVISIE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 PSV 26 6 2 84
2 Ajax 25 7 2 82
3 Feyenoord 19 6 9 63
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What's next for Frank de Boer?

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Ajax winger Viktor Fischer close to Middlesbrough move - report

Viktor Fischer could become Middlesbrough's first signing since securing promotion back to the Premier League.

Middlesbrough are close to signing Ajax winger Viktor Fischer, according to Press Association Sport.

Fischer is reportedly due on Teesside to undergo a medical and discuss personal terms with the two clubs having reached agreement on a fee of around £3.8 million.

Sources close to the player indicated that there is a four-year deal on the table for the Denmark international, who made 34 appearances for the Dutch club last season.

Boro head coach Aitor Karanka has wasted little time in starting...

Ajax hire Peter Bosz to replace the departing Frank de Boer

Loans and criticism aside, much of the credit for Vitesse's success is owed to their innovative manager, Peter Bosz.
Ajax have announced that Maccabi Tel Aviv manager Peter Bosz has signed a deal to replace Frank de Boer at the Eredivisie club.

AMSTERDAM -- Ajax has signed Peter Bosz as their new coach, replacing Frank de Boer who announced earlier this month he was leaving the club after nearly six years in which he won four Dutch league titles.

Bosz, a former player and technical director at Ajax's arch rival Feyenoord, is leaving Maccabi Tel Aviv to join the Amsterdam club on a three-year contract.

In a statement late Tuesday, Bosz said it is an honour to join Ajax. He said: "I am very ambitious and so is Ajax."

Ajax director Edwin...

 By Elko Born

What's next for Frank de Boer? Everton? Valencia? Or elsewhere?

After missing out on the Eredivisie title to PSV, Ajax and manager Frank de Boer part ways.

After weeks of speculation, it's now official: Frank de Boer has left his position as Ajax manager.

The announcement comes just days after Ajax wasted the chance to win the Eredivisie title on the final day of the season as a 1-1 draw with De Graafschap saw rivals PSV Eindhoven claim the prize.

The Amsterdam club, who won four titles in five-and-a-half years under De Boer, have not yet decided who will replaced De Boer. Former Vitesse manager Peter Bosz is seen as the prime candidate, but Clarence...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ajax announce Frank de Boer departure by mutual consent

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down the best of the social media world from an eventful weekend of football.

Frank de Boer has left Ajax by mutual consent after five-and-a-half years at the Amsterdam ArenA.

De Boer, whose contract was due to expire in July 2017, led Ajax to four Eredivisie titles but said on the club's official website that he had decided to move on because it was "time for something else."

The 45-year-old, who won five Eredivisie titles, the UEFA Cup and the Champions League as a player with Ajax, said he had enjoyed a "fantastic" time in Amsterdam and would keep many "beautiful memories."