Feyenoord beat Vitesse 4-2 on penalties to win the Dutch Super Cup on Saturday, in a match that featured a bizarre sequence of events involving the Video Assistant Referee.
The match finished 1-1 in regular time, with Jens Toornstra sending Feyenoord ahead inside the first 10 minutes before Vitesse equalised just after half-time in controversial circumstances.
After Vitesse midfielder Karim El Ahmadi appeared to be fouled in the box by Feyenoord's Tim Matavz, the referee waved play on and allowed...
Thulani Serero has been itching to prove a point for months.
He has the perfect forum to do just that on Sunday when the Dutch season begins with the Johan Cruiff Schaal, the Dutch Super Cup that pits the South African midfielder's new club Vitesse Arnhem against champions Feyenoord.
Should the 27-year-old from Soweto play, as expected, it will mark his first outing in a senior game in Holland for over a year and begin the process of re-establishing his career after a cruel 12 months in which he...
Chelsea have announced that United States defender Matt Miazga will spend a second season on loan at Vitesse.
Miazga, 22, joined Chelsea from New York Red Bulls in 2016 before joining Vitesse for the 2016-17 campaign and helping them finish fifth and win the KNVB Cup.
This summer he helped the U.S. win the Gold Cup and scored his first international goal during the 3-0 win against Nicaragua.
"I felt very welcome and we have all made historic success," Miazga told Vitesse's official website of his...
Midfielder Mukhtar Ali has completed a permanent transfer from Chelsea to Vitesse Arnhem.
The 19-year-old, who played for England at both Under-16 and Under-17 level, moves back to the Eredivisie club where he spent the second half of last season on loan.
Ali, who was born in Somalia, came through the Chelsea academy and was part of the team which won the FA Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League in 2015-16.
A statement on Chelsea's official website added: "We thank Mukhtar for his service and wish him...