All we've learned from this debacle is that the kids are NOT all right

Martin Samuel
June 2013
Daily Mail;6/10/2013, p72
THE Dutch Under 21 team have 65 caps. Not Under 21 caps, either. Senior. At the European Under 21 Championship this month, Holland are sending out 12 players with first-team experience. It is almost as if they had a plan. Kevin Strootman, a 23-year-old central midfielder with PSV Eindhoven, who may be coming to Manchester United this summer, has already played 18 times for Holland, including 11 competitive appearances. It makes no difference. He still qualifies as an Under 21, so he captains the side in Israel. Bruno Martins Indi, a defender who can play left back or in the centre, has made nine senior appearances.


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