The news that Ajax have been denied a title because their league has become null and void shines a light on the Netherlands.
Is the future Oranje then for other leagues in Europe?
And will the same fate befall Celtic in Scotland, Liverpool in England, Juventus in Italy and Barcelona in Spain?
The Germans, where Bayern Munich lead the pack, are making tentative steps at getting their league back on.
But in the light of the decision by their neighbours, the Netherlands, we can only hope that the Germans see it through.
All of which news about Ajax will be welcomed heartily by their fiercest rivals Feyenoord of Rotterdam.
Watching football abroad is a way of getting under the skin of a country.
Which was what I wanted for my own star player when we went on our first holiday, to Amsterdam.
And took her to the Netherlands v Greece international at the De Kuip Stadium.
With football, as with travel, getting there can be very much part of the experience.
And going by train from Amsterdam to Rotterdam with the orange-clad Dutch fans in their boiler suits and half-basketballs on their heads.
The train was bouncing and so was the stadium despite the hosts only scraping a 1-0 win.
We had pea and ham soup and French Fries with mayonaisse. I sure know how to spoil a girl.
Being the accidental tourist that I am I haven’t always got to the game.
Or when I did, in Munich I got a bloody nose for my trouble…. My Sporting Weekend – German football leads way.
I still owe the Son and Heir a Roma match after turning up at the Olympic Stadium without my passport (be warned).
I was back under different circumstances at the end of my Via Francigena pilgrimage Small roads lead to Rome.
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