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Profile of the Dutch footballer Dirk Kuyt, who currently plays as a midfielder at Feyenoord. The 35-year old player Kuyt joined Feyenoord from Fenerbahce and wears the number 7 shirt.

Dirk Kuyt
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        (Squad number 7)

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Dirk Kuyt : Feyenoord News
“The second half picked up the pace, and Feyenoord finally got their chance when they were awarded a penalty in the 77th minute. Guram Kashia awkwardly stuck out his leg at Terence Kongolo, and the defender fell down in the box.”
 7M Sports 9 days ago
“Ajax is yet to concede in the Dutch top flight this campaign and that gives them the edge over Feyenoord, which was also a 2-0 winner at home to Vitesse.”
 SBS The World Game 9 days ago
“Two quickfire second-half goals from Dirk Kuyt and Bilal Basacikoglu have seen Feyenoord claim a 2-0 win over Vitesse in their Eredivisie clash at De Kuip.”
 Sports Mole 10 days ago
“Feyenoord finally broke down a stubborn Vitesse at De Kuip when experienced forward Dirk Kuyt converted from the penalty spot with 13 minutes left after a foul by Guram Kashia.”
 Daily Mail 10 days ago
“They opened this campaign with a 3-2 home success against Utrecht with Colin Kazim-Richards, Tonny Vilhena and Dirk Kuyt getting on the score sheet.”
 Football-news 11 days ago
“Originally signing for Feyenoord from Utrecht in 2003, Kuyt cemented himself as a fans favourite in his three years with the club, as he scored 83 goals in 122 games, while forming a lethal partnership with Salomon Kalou known as K2.”
 football-oranje.com 13 days ago
“Dirk Kuyt is still much-loved at Liverpool - the former Reds' forward is a cult hero on the Kop. He's also much-loved at Dutch club Feyenoord, the side with whom he made his name.”
 Mirror 13 days ago
“Former Liverpool FC striker Dirk Kuyt delighted the fans of Feyenoord when he announced he was returning to the club earlier this year.”
 kopsource.com 13 days ago
“Dirk Kuyt has been one of Europe’s best wingers for the past decade and change. He came to prominence during his first tour of duty with Feyenoord before moving to Liverpool, where he made 208 appearances over six seasons and scored 51 goals.”
 Paste Magazine 14 days ago
“A Dutch documentary will debut tonight in the Netherlands, and it includes footage of Dirk Kuyt from earlier this year when he revealed the news to his children that he was joining Feyenoord again.”
 World Soccer Talk 15 days ago
Dirk Kuyt Career Honours
  • Utrecht: KNVB Cup: 2002–03
  • Liverpool: League Cup: 2011–12
  • Liverpool: UEFA Champions League Runner-up: 2006–07
  • Liverpool: Premier League Runner-up: 2008–09
  • Liverpool: FA Cup Runner-up: 2011–12
  • Fenerbahce: Super Lig: 2013–14
  • Fenerbahce: Turkish Cup: 2012–13
  • Fenerbahce: Turkish Super Cup: 2014
  • Netherlands: FIFA World Cup Runner-up: 2010
  • Netherlands: FIFA World Cup Third Place: 2014
  • Dutch Golden Shoe: 2003, 2006
  • Eredivisie Top Scorer: 2005
  • Dutch Footballer of the Year: 2006
  • Malta Supporters Club Player of the Season: 2012

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Kamil Miazek Warner Hahn
    Kenneth Vermeer
    Rodny Lopes Cabral Rick Karsdorp
    Stef Gronsveld Miquel Nelom
    Eric Botteghin Jan-Arie van der Heijden
    Sven van Beek Terence Kongolo
    Dirk Kuyt Bilal Basacikoglu
    Eljero Elia Jari Schuurman
    Lex Immers Jens Toornstra
    Bart Nieuwkoop Simon Gustafson
    Karim El Ahmadi Marko Vejinovic
    Tonny Vilhena Calvin Verdonk
    Anass Achahbar Colin Kazim-Richards
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