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Feyenoord’s Eredivisie victory rounds off an exciting season in Dutch football

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This weekend, Feyenoord triumphed 3-1 against Heracles and claimed their first Eredivisie title in the new millennium. Giovanni van Bronckhorst, former Arsenal and Barcelona great, masterminded the emphatic journey which saw them pip Ajax to the post by one point. The surge in form for the Rotterdam based club is being credited to van Bronckhorst, his ability to motivate players and direct this team with both youth and experience. Despite losing and drawing to Ajax, Feyenoord were the more consistent of the two in the long run and easily overcame any challenge from last year’s champions PSV. The likes of Dirk Kuyt, former Liverpool attacker who contributed 38 goals during van Bronckhorst’s two

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