Holland hungrier than ever to end 44-year wait for title


PETALING JAYA: Holland are hopeful of ending their 44-year wait for a Junior World Cup title in Kuala Lumpur.

Their women’s junior team have been the most successful in the Junior World Cup but the same cannot be said for the men, who have yet to hoist the title since the tournament started in 1979.

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