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A New Era in Dutch Football - Vitesse

Started on 30 April 2020 by tedbro20
Latest Reply on 9 June 2020 by Griffo


We have a nice busy month to round off the year where we manage to add to our run another 7 unbeaten games. We got a big win in the league against PSV where Malen and Ihattaren come back to haunt their old team with a brace a piece. The rest of the month in League goes to plan as we sweep everybody else aside as we show our dominance. We have also progressed into the 3rd round of the cup as we look to retain our title.

The biggest game of the month though as the final game in the group stages of the Champions League against Lokomotiv Moscow where a win will be enough to see us through to the knockout rounds. It couldn't of gone any better for us as Malen bags a hat-trick and Unuvar gets the 4th to see us through where we will go on to face Liverpool




We look like we;ll be having a great youth intake this year so lets hope we will be able to make the most of it.

Wolf Just got to start getting getting a good enough team together now to compete in Europe.
Jack Just got to hope that if we lose a game it doesn't shatter it.
ScottT Yeah tell me about it but think our European run will be coming to an end against Liverpool
Eoin97 That should be us for years to come
NTBgaming Cheers Holland is certainly a fun league to play in.
OneMoreGame We're doing well but its actually our 3rd season :P
TheLFCFan haha I'm sure it won't be our last dropped points of the season.
Justice League should be a walk in the park with the team we have and I don't see Ajax getting back close to us unless the spend wisely over the next few windows.
Nothing could be going better for you right now! Let's hope the intake just improves life at Vitesse :D
Fingers crossed for the intake. It sounds promising though!
A dominant month topped off by a terrific youth intake preview. Hopefully it provides the goods!
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Transfers Out

The players who left the club on permanent deals were done as there as somebody on the transfer list who we wanted to bring to the club. We bring in some good money though with everybody sold for more than they were worth. We have decided to loan Tom Cohen out to get some valuable first team football after spending the last 6 months out with a broken leg and he hopefully comes back Stronger

Transfers In

The first player in is an 18 year old striker from Brazil who switched his international allegiance as soon as he moved to Europe. We have signed Guilherme Henrique from Santos for an eye watering £29 million but hopefully it will all be worth it as just look at those stats for an 18 year old.

Next in was the player we had to free cash up for so selling Urzi made sense to bring Steven Bergwijn back to Holland from Tottenham for £29 million. At only 24 he still has a bright future and can bring a lot to the team.


With only 3 games this month it was good to beat AZ in the cup to progress into the Quarter Finals. We sneak past VVV-Venlo before having to fight back from 2-0 down against NAC Breda to be able to secure a point and keep our unbeaten run going.



Jack ScottT Eoin97 Would be good to get some home grown talent coming through for the club and Holland
Comfortable win in Moscow to ensure your progression there. Everything is going very smoothly right now, long may it continue.
Glad to see Stevie back in Holland. Loaning Cohen out for the remainder of the season makes perfect sense and hopefully he can get the game-time he needs after his injury.
Some big sales but good to see you active in the market, particularly with Bergwijn. The league is over now, practically. The games against Liverpool... what an opportunity to impress!


Things do not go to plan at the start of the month as we lose two games on the trot to end our unbeaten run in the league but the one ray of light in the middle of the two games was we did progress to the Semi Finals of the cup. We also faced Liverpool after the 2nd loss and managed to get a very respectable draw against them. We bounced back in the league against Cambuur though where Ihattaren was the standout performer with a hat-trick. We rounded the month off with a big win against Feyenoord were our midfield dominated and got all the goals as well.



TheLFCFan It all came crashing down at the start of the month but we managed to recover in the end.
ScottT If he gets the time he needs he could walk back into the team depending on what happens in the summer transfer window
Justice Even with the loses it would need to be a massive bottle job to throw it all away/ The sales were done to help in the long run with having a good core of Dutch players
A rare slip! Luckily you seem to be back on track. A very credible result against Liverpool too. You can be proud of that.
You are strolling in the league at this point, all efforts to go towards that Liverpool match no doubt
Unexpected hiccup, not that it matters with that huge points gap placed between you and 2nd place!
A minor blip in a glorious season so far, but next month will be the real test with two games against Ajax and a tough away game at Anfield against Liverpool in probably the most intimidating atmosphere in European football to contend against.
I think you'd rather draw at home to Liverpool by 0-0 than in a score draw. They've no away goals to fall on. As long as you score and don't lose in the second leg, you will go through.
Still cruising in the league and all thats needed is a score draw against Liverpool away. Good luck

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