NAC Breda 2017/2018

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  1. zandvoort blue

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    Running riot.....5-1 with 10 mins left. A good opportunity to improve the goal difference.
     
  2. Clercqs

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    Haha some more comical defending. Ambrose with the assist for 6-1.
     
  3. zandvoort blue

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    Make that 6-1
     
  4. Tbilisi

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    Good to see, good set up at Breda.Shame Willem II are also winning
     
  5. citytilllidie

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    Breda fans delighted
     
  6. citytilllidie

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    Dutch footie refreshingly honest. No diving, time wasting, simulation, ref let's things go, players just get on with it, what a difference to the cheating we see, week in week out
     
  7. domalino

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    Garcia and Angelino really seem to be coming into their own in the last couple of months, putting in top performances more consistently.
     
  8. domalino

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    There's so much space as well, it has a much more fun feel to it. Ligue 1 is similar.
     
  9. BJL_City

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    except it's doped at the top.
     
  10. Delphinho

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    I think Garcia seriously has a chance on making the first team. I've seen the two last games and he reminds me a lot about Gundogan. Fantastic dribbling and ball controll, great vison, good passing and he is very intelligent. He was exceptional today and was superb in small spaces. Great goal as well. Angelino needs to improve defensively, but going forward he offers a lot more than Delph. Two very exciting youngsters. Not so sure about Ambrose, but his work rate is good and he has scored a few goals this season.
     

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