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31 Jan
Brentford has signed Denmark international Christian Eriksen as a free agent for the rest of this season, the Premier League club said on Monday. Eriksen has not played since suffering a cardiac arrest in Denmark's opening match of the European Championship against Finland in June and has been training with his former club Ajax Amsterdam to build up his fitness.
6 Nov 2019
Erik ten Hag wasn't hiding his frustration about a number of VAR decisions in Ajax's draw against Chelsea.
12 May 2019
Jose Mourinho believes complacency may account for Ajax's failure to progress to the UEFA Champions League final, whilst lauding opponents Tottenham for capitalizing on the openings they were granted.
9 May 2019
Spurs players hail miracle fightback against Ajax
30 Apr 2019
Ajax coach Erik ten Hag says it is 'amazing' that his Dutch side is still in contention as his players continue their wild ride in the Champions League with the first leg of their semi-final at Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday night.
17 Apr 2019
Ajax stun Juventus to reach the Champions League semi-finals for the first time since 1997 as Matthijs de Ligt's thumping second-half header secures a 2-1 second-leg victory in the last eight.
6 Mar 2019
The Ajax boss regards their 4-1 victory at the Bernabeu as a significant moment for Dutch football
24 Jan 2019
Barcelona beat PSG to snap up Ajax midfielder de Jong in a deal reported to be worth up to 86 million euros.
12 May 2017
Jose Mourinho insists winning the Europa League final against Ajax would be the perfect end to the season for Manchester United.
20 Mar 2017
Ajax failed to take their chances and close the gap on Eredivisie leaders Feyenoord as they drew 1-1 against relegation battling Excelsior.

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