Frank de Boer is the new Oranje manager, but how did he get the job and will he be any good? All is discussed in the podcast’s latest episode.
Euro 2020 is dead. Long live Euro 2021. The year-long delay is a huge disappointment for many. For the Dutch though, it may just be a blessing in disguise.
Finley Crebolder is joined by football journalist Peter McVitie to look back at Euro 2012 and ahead to 2021 for Episode 3 of the Clockwork Oranje Podcast.
In Episode 2 of the Clockwork Oranje Podcast, we tell the story of Euro 1988 and chat with cultkits.com about the iconic shirt the Dutch wore in it.
If you’re a fan of Dutch football, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ve watched a video by Netherlandssoccer on Youtube…
For championships that aren’t covered in the podcast, Clockwork Oranje tells their stories through short videos instead. First up is Euro 76…
The inaugural episode of the Clockwork Oranje podcast is up! In it, we tell the story of Euro 2008 and speak to Jeroen Janssen from Total Football Festival.
Since Ronald Koeman took over, the Netherlands have rarely veered away from his preferred 4-2-3-1 formation. However, given various recent circumstances, many believe this should change.
Memphis Depay is undoubtedly the Netherlands’ key man up top. However, with a severe injury making him a doubt for Euro 2020, who could replace him?
Many have represented The Netherlands in the last decade. Some made their mark for the right reasons, some for the wrong, and some not at all, but who makes Oranje’s team of the decade?