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PEC Zwolle - Sure and steady, with ambition
After returning to the top flight in 2012, the club held its own, finishing mid-table twice in a row before finishing sixth and granting the 'Blue Fingers' a maiden voyage to Europe (in the Europa League). Since that high finish of 2014, people have flocked to StubHub to buy and sell PEC Zwolle tickets, and for good reason, with several additions to the roster ahead of 2018/19.
Eredivisie season: from defence to attack
The 2017/18 season saw PEC Zwolle finish in the top half of the Eredivisie League. In the summer of 2018, John van't Schip spent most of his transfer funds on boosting the midfield and attack. Quite simply, his aim was to undo the club's reputation for valuing defence over attack. Ahead of the new Eredivisie season, he wasted no time in bringing several talents to the club that could increase sales of PEC Zwolle tickets. On the eve of the first Eredivisie week, the most valuable of these was Mike van Duinen, a centre-forward with over 10,000 minutes of Dutch top-flight football behind him. Also arriving were Vito van Crooj and Clint Leemans, both from VVV-Venlo. As a winger, van Crooj will be aiming to deliver quality balls to the feet of van Duinen, while Leemans' job is to act as the agent of transition between defence and attack. There is, however, one man who makes it all work; captain Bram van Polen. The right-back had made over 300 appearances for the club before the start of 2018/19, and with nobody knowing the club better than van Polen - who also captained the club to the KNVB Cup in 2014 - there is a real figure of reliability on the roster.
PEC Zwolle: A tale of turmoil and tenacity
The existence of the club can be traced back to 1910, but it was not until 1955 that the original incarnation of the club (simply as 'PEC') turned professional. Just fifteen years later, the club would be forced to merge with local rivals, Zwolsche Boys. This was only temporary, as two instances of bankruptcy in 1982 and 1990 saw the club disband and reform as FC Zwolle. It would be another twelve years before Zwolle tasted top-flight action. In 2008, the club moved to their current stadium, with none other than Bram van Polen scoring the very first goal of a new era. The KNVB Cup win of 2014 remains the surest sign yet that the club has long forgotten its rocky and troubled past, making PEC Zwolle tickets an increasingly popular buy on StubHub.
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