Despite Netherlands' progress to the last eight in the World Cup 2014, Van Gl's negative approach has been reportedly criticised, with Sneijder only being effective in the squad's last-16 win over Mexico when they switched to their normal 4-3-3 from a back five.
What does NA stand for?
NA stands for Negative Approach (band)
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- Naughty America
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- Naval Aviator (US Navy)
- Needle Aspiration (biopsy)
- Needs Assessment
- Negative Affectivity
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Van Gaal's negative approach has been criticised despite Holland's progress to the last eight, with Sneijder (right) only effective against Mexico when they switched to their normal 4-3-3 from a back five.
Rodgers was unhappy with the Londoners' negative approach, but later contacted former manager Mourinho to offer congratulations.
A bolder, more attacking playing policy is pledged, manna from heaven for Black Cats fans whom had grown weary of the negative approach of former boss Martin O'Neill.
That we must all die is a biological fact and a social necessity; merely wanting to prolong life is surely a negative approach and one which will cause many social problems.
She said despite the fierce opposition, all over the world when a women embracing Islam, first of all she start struggle to get the right to wears Hijab but it is very sad to say that Pakistani women considered Hijab as a symbol of backwardness and repression which is totally a negative approach.
He also called on Iran to rebuild its relations with the GCC member countries on a basis of openness, transparency, constructive cooperation and good neighbor, away from the current negative approach.
Asked about the Indian media`s coverage of the Pakistani team during the semi-final with India at Mohali on March 30, Afridi replied: "The Indian media has a very negative approach and very negative thoughts.