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Arjen Robben wants to play alongside Bas Dost for Netherlands

The ESPN FC crew compare Arjen Robben's remarkable season to the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Bayern Munch winger Arjen Robben hopes he can strike up a partnership with Wolfsburg's in-form Bas Dost for Netherlands.

Robben and Dost have both set their sights on this season's Bundesliga top-scorer prize -- the Torjagerkanone -- with the former having scored 16 goals and the latter hitting 11.

Dost's nine goals in his last five games have brought him to the attention of Netherlands coach Guus Hiddink, with the striker saying earlier this week that an international call-up would be "a dream."


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Arjen Robben 'glad' he admitted to World Cup dive against Mexico

The Arjen Robben penalty versus Mexico can now be found in piñata form.
Arjen Robben's display against Mexico received some criticism.

Arjen Robben has told The Observer he stands by his decision to admit to diving during last summer's World Cup.

During Netherlands' 2-1 comeback win over Mexico in the round of 16, Robben had two shouts for a penalty turned down by the referee before a third appeal was given.

After the game the winger admitted diving on one of the first two occasions, when fouls were not given, but claimed the third time was a legitimate foul.

ESPN FC's Craig Burley, Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno weigh in on where Arjen Robben ranks among the best footballers in the world.

His performance led to criticism from Mexico coach Miguel Herrera,...

Johan Cruyff backs Michael van Praag in FIFA vote

Dutch FA president Michael van Praag has confirmed he's running to become the next top boss of FIFA.
Former Portuguese international Luis Figo explained he feels it is time to give back to the world of football as he's recently decided to run for president of FIFA.

THE HAGUE, Netherlands -- Dutch football great Johan Cruyff has thrown his support behind the bid by his longtime friend Michael van Praag to unseat Sepp Blatter as FIFA president.

Cruyff says Van Praag, who is head of the Dutch football association and a member of UEFA's executive committee, is "somebody you can count on."

In his column on Monday in top-selling Dutch daily De Telegraaf, Cruyff said he is watching the FIFA presidential campaign "from the sidelines," but "If Van Praag asks for my...