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Flying Dutchmen return




In August 2007, Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder were bought by Real Madrid as part of their 'Go-Dutch' campaign, but after just two seasons, they were declared redundant, following the arrival of 'Galacticos II'.

Now, having established themselves as key components of their respective teams - Bayern and Inter - they will be keen to show the Bernabeu crowd what they threw away.

While star-studded Real Madrid introspect after yet another poor season in Europe, Robben has established himself as the goal-getting livewire for the Bavarian club, while Sneijder pulls the playmaking strings at Inter.

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