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Seven sign up at Feyenoord

Published: Friday 9 March 2007, 9.28CET
Feyenoord have signed extended contracts with seven of their most promising young players as they look to secure the long-term future of the club.

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Published: Friday 9 March 2007, 9.28CET

Seven sign up at Feyenoord

Feyenoord have signed extended contracts with seven of their most promising young players as they look to secure the long-term future of the club.

Feyenoord have signed extended contracts with seven of their most promising young players as they look to secure the long-term future of the club.

Long-term plans
Tim Vincken, Diego Biseswar, Jeffrey Altheer, Mitchell Schet, Timon van Leeuwen, Jordy Buijs have signed deals that will expire in 2009, while Michel Poldervaart has committed to the Rotterdam club until 2010. "It is the intention of the club to keep these players for as long as possible at Feyenoord," said a club statement.

Eredivisie experience
Among those seven prospects, 20-year-old Dutch Under-21 international winger Vincken is already a regular in Erwin Koeman's first-team squad while 19-year-old forward Biseswar has also gained Eredivisie experience on loan at Heracles Almelo. Feyenoord are fifth in the Eredivisie.

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