Party at Heracles Almelo, unrest in Eindhoven, Ajax and Feyenoord fear

In the ‘FCUpdate Recap’ section, lists the most important news from the previous evening. With a summary of everything you’ve missed, you’ll be up to date with the latest football news. These were the most important news facts on Friday 19 May.

Heracles Almelo was crowned champion of the Kitchen Champion Division on Friday evening. The team of trainer John Lammers won 2-0 against Jong Ajax in their own stadium and kept competitor PEC Zwolle behind. The number two won a visit to Helmond Sport 2-3. Want to read the whole article? Click here!

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Bayern Munich will almost certainly not be Edson Álvarez’s new club. The Ajax midfielder seems to be working on his last weeks in the shirt of the team from Amsterdam, but the Allianz Arena is not his destination. Borussia Dortmund remains very charmed by the Mexican. Want to read the whole article? Click here!

Tottenham Hotspur is keen to bring Orkun Kökçü to the Premier League next summer. The superpower from London sees the captain of Feyenoord as the ideal asset for midfield. Feyenoord seems to be betting on a decent transfer fee of forty million euros. Want to read the whole article? Click here!

There seems to be unrest within the technical staff of PSV. In the Philips Stadium, the relationship between head coach Ruud van Nistelrooij and his assistants Fred Rutten and André Ooijer seems to be getting worse. That news will be released by De Telegraaf on Friday evening. Want to read the whole article? Click here!

Hannie Sneepels captured the hearts of football-loving Netherlands during the ceremony of Feyenoord. The supporter of the national champion appeared on De Coolsingel with a photo of her deceased son Hobie. Her interview with ESPN reporter Sinclair Bishop went viral, drawing hundreds of responses. Want to read the whole article? Click here!

Siem de Jong played his last game as a professional football player on Friday evening. The midfielder scored two goals during his farewell during De Graafschap’s 3-0 victory over FC Den Bosch. The 34-year-old former player of Ajax, Newcastle United, PSV, Sydney FC, FC Cincinnati and sc Heerenveen was then rewarded with a public exchange. Want to read the whole article? Click here!

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