ROTTERDAM, Netherlands --
Former Netherlands forward Dirk Kuyt is returning to Feyenoord next season, aiming to end his professional playing days at the club that was a launching pad for nine years at Liverpool and Fenerbahce, the Rotterdam club announced Friday.
Kuyt signed a one-year contract with Feyenoord, which is currently third in the top-flight Eredivisie, but said his stay...
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26 days ago
ROTTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) Former Netherlands forward Dirk Kuyt is returning to Feyenoord next season, aiming to end his professional playing days at the club that was a launching pad for nine years at Liverpool and Fenerbahce.
Feyenoord announced Friday that Kuyt had signed a one-year contract at the Rotterdam club that is currently third in the top-flight Eredivisie, but said...
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27 days ago
Dirk Kuyt wasn’t on the bus with his Fenerbache teammates when assailants attacked it Saturday, but the news rocked the former Liverpool star to his core, nonetheless.
Kuyt said he was shaken and tearful when he found out the Fenerbache team bus had been attacked on Saturday night, according to Sky Sports. Would-be assassins shot at the Fenerbache team...
Dirk Kuyt has retired from international football after making 104 appearances and scoring 24 goals for the Netherlands, including playing at three World Cups and two European Championships.
The 34-year-old Fenerbahce star on Friday said he took the decision because he believes he would spend too much time on the bench under new coach Guus Hiddink.
In a statement posted on the Dutch...
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October 03, 2014
Playing for third place in the 2014 FIFA World Cup couldn’t have been the most fun, but that didn’t mean the mean the athletes weren’t going to play their hardest.
Netherlands veteran utility man Dirk Kuyt certainly showed that in his country’s third-place match against host nation Brazil on Saturday.
Kuyt sustained a nasty gash to his head while jumping for a header with...
Who said third place doesn't count?Just before halftime of Saturday’s consolation game against Brazil, the Netherlands' Dirk Kuyt suffered a nasty gash to his head that sent a stream of blood spilling down his neck. Even though the Dutch were leading 2-0 on two early goals, Kuyt was determined to finish out what would be his final international match, as was announced prior to...
Former Liverpool star back Louis van Gaal to success at Manchester United - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Former Liverpool star Dirk Kuyt has backed Holland manager Louis van Gaal to succeed at Manchester United next season.
The 62-year-old manager will step down from his current post as the manager of the Dutch national team after their final game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup...
It’s all over for Manchester United
All season Manchester United’s title defence has been a sputtering, stumbling affair that never really looked like gaining any momentum. This weekend’s trip to Stamford Bridge has surely ended all of hopes of David Moyes’ side retaining their title.
Samuel Eto’o’s hat-trick was the difference between the two sides as Chelsea dominated...