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With over 400 appearances for Arsenal Football Club, Dutch legend and Ajax assistant manager Dennis Bergkamp showed off a bit of skill at training. He may be 45-years-old and retired from the game, but he calmly approached a well measured cross, and slotted it past the keeper on a volley. Younger footballers should take note of that finish, because most players in that situation...
Trust the Dutch to release a World Cup advertisement that combines a wild party with plenty of zany scenes that even manages to combine Arsenal and Holland legend Dennis Bergkamp as well as snippets of the Yaya Toure song. If there is one set of soccer fans in the world that are the craziest and most well supported, the Oranje has got to be it. Watch the Dutch World Cup TV commercial...
No.17: Bergkamp Magic Downs Argentina (France, 1998) There are certain moments when watching soccer that become etched into your memory. For me, Dennis Bergkamp’s marvelous goal in the 1998 World Cup is one of them. Already in this feature we’ve spoken of the marvelous Dutch teams of the past, and how their “Total Football” approach captured the imagination of the watching...
PHOTO: Mesut Ozil meets fellow penalty sufferer, Dennis Bergkamp - originally posted on Soccerlens.comMesut Ozil may be having a tough time of it of late, but he still has plenty of time to get back on the horse, something former Gunners striker Dennis Bergkamp, an Arsenal stalwart of over 10 years, would strongly endorse. Indeed, Ozil and the ‘Non-flying Dutchman’ chanced a...
Prior to the yesterday’s game between Arsenal and Sunderland, Arsenal fans where waiting outside of the Emirates Stadium to witness one more historic moment for the club. After Tony Adams and Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp became third player to have ... Read More
Dennis Bergkamp paid tribute to his former Arsenal teammates and family as a bronze statue of the former Dutch great was unveiled outside Emirates Stadium. The forward scored 120 goals for Arsenal between 1995 and 2006, winning seven major trophies with Arsene Wenger's side. His return to Arsenal served as a reminder to fans that the team hasn't won a trophy since the 2005 FA Cup...
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Mesut Ozil Could Be Like Dennis Bergkamp And Never Take a Penalty Again,’ Says Arsene Wenger: Daily Soccer Report
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says that midfielder Mesut Ozil will bounce back from his penalty miss, but he could end up being like Dennis Bergkamp where he won’t take a penalty again. Ozil’s penalty miss against Bayern Munich was a turning point in the game against the current UEFA Champions League champions, in a match where Arsenal were on top and looking very likely to...
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