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Full Season Review Highlights | Eredivisie 2023-24

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The Eredivisie Season 2023-24 is over and it's time for review. Let's review what happened during this season:

August
The Eredivisie season began with Feyenoord as the reigning champions, led by Arne Slot. They faced early challenges, losing to PSV in the Johan Cruyff Schaal despite having home advantage. PSV, under new coach Peter Bosz, showed their strength with a late goal from new signing Noa Lang. Feyenoord then had a rocky start in the league, drawing with Fortuna Sittard and Sparta before finally securing a dominant 6-0 win against Almere City.

September
Feyenoord bounced back with convincing victories against Utrecht and Heerenveen, showing resilience and improvement. Meanwhile, Ajax, under new management with Maurice Steijn, experienced mixed results, including a struggle against Fortuna Sittard and a loss to Twente. PSV continued their strong form, maintaining their lead with several wins, while AZ also started well, keeping a 100% record with key performances from players like Pavlidis.

October
Ajax's struggles continued, leading to the dismissal of Maurice Steijn. Hedwiges Maduro took over as interim coach, but the team's form remained inconsistent. PSV extended their unbeaten run, displaying dominance in the league. Feyenoord maintained their strong form but faced a setback with a loss to Twente. AZ's Pavlidis continued his scoring streak, although the team faced emotional challenges following Bas Dost's on-field collapse.

November
Ajax appointed John van 't Schip as interim coach, resulting in slight improvements in their form. PSV continued their dominance, extending their winning streak. Feyenoord kept up the pressure on PSV but found it difficult to close the gap. AZ remained competitive, securing European competition spots for the following season.

December
PSV won a crucial match against Feyenoord, extending their lead at the top of the table and making their title aspirations clear. Feyenoord, while still competitive, focused on securing second place. Ajax showed some improvement under Van 't Schip but remained inconsistent. AZ stayed in the hunt for a top-four finish, keeping their European ambitions alive.

January
PSV's winning streak ended with a draw against Utrecht and a loss to Feyenoord in the Dutch Cup. Despite these setbacks, they remained strong contenders for the title. Feyenoord faced challenges but managed to stay in the title race. Ajax saw some improvement with Van 't Schip, though they continued to drop crucial points. AZ underwent managerial changes, with Pascal Jansen replaced by Maarten Martens, hoping for a positive turnaround.

February
PSV continued to dominate, though they drew with Ajax in a significant match. Feyenoord maintained their pursuit, closing the gap to PSV. Ajax struggled with consistency, dropping points against lower-ranked teams. AZ pushed for a top-three finish, showing determination in their performances.

March
PSV and Feyenoord drew in a crucial encounter, keeping the title race alive. Ajax's inconsistency persisted, but they managed to secure some important wins. PSV's unbeaten run was finally broken with a loss to NEC. Feyenoord remained competitive, finding ways to win despite various challenges.

April
PSV moved closer to securing the title with consistent performances. Feyenoord kept up the pressure, highlighted by a record victory against Ajax. Ajax faced internal turmoil and continued their inconsistent form. AZ stayed in contention for a top-three finish, battling hard in their matches.

May
PSV clinched the Eredivisie title with a dominant display, ending the season with just one defeat and over a hundred goals scored. Feyenoord secured second place and bid farewell to coach Arne Slot. Ajax ensured European football for the next season but could not climb higher than fifth place. AZ fought for a Champions League spot but ended up in the Europa League qualifiers.

Overall
PSV dominated the season, winning the title with impressive performances and resilience. Feyenoord remained competitive, securing second place. Both teams PSV and Ajax secured their places in UEFA Champions League. Ajax had a turbulent season with managerial changes and inconsistent form but managed to secure European football. AZ maintained a strong presence throughout the season, securing a spot in European competitions. The second ticket for the Europa League is for FC Twente.