Dirk Kuyt to stay with Feyenoord until the end of the 2016-2017 season

Former Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt has signed a one-year contract extension with Dutch club Feyenoord that will see him stay until the end of the 2016-2017 season.


Dirk Kuyt has been impressive this season scoring 19 goals in 32 league games and has been rewarded with a new contract.

The former Liverpool player said that he is happy to be playing for another year with Feyenoord and that he will do everything he can in order to bring success to the team. He said that the whole squad was determined to have a good season, and they managed to win the Dutch Cup. He believes that the team is hungry for more trophies, and he is sure that next season will be better in terms of silverware.

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TEIJSSE FOLLOWS THE FOOTSTEPS OF DIRK KUYT

Scottish club Dundee FC have signed Holland international Yordi Teijsse ahead of the coming season.

The 23-year old Teijsse decided to follow the footsteps of former Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt by moving across the North Sea.

Dirk Kuyt confident after Winning against Utrecht

Feyenoord claimed the Dutch Cup after a 2-1 win over Utrecht in the final.

Striker and captain Dirk Kuyt is hoping that this victory is the start of a renaissance from the Dutch outfit. Feyenoord have struggled to challenge for the league title this season. Hence, there was more than usual attention on cup competitions like the Dutch Cup. Kuyt, who went through several seasons without winning a major honour at a Liverpool, has now been successful in each of his last five seasons. He is hoping that the Dutch outfit start challenge for trophies on a more regular basis including doing well in European competitions.

Kuyt backs Liverpool to qualify for the final

Dirk Kuyt believes that Liverpool can still qualify for the Europa League final despite being beaten 1-0 in Spain. Lopez scored a goal in the 92nd minute to help Villareal defeat Liverpool.

He stated that this is only the first-half of the tie and that there is still 90 minutes to play for in the semi-final. He believes that the side will be able to overcome the deficit at Anfield and that they still have a chance to make it to the final.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst has so far been happy with the way the season has progressed

Feyenoord manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst has so far been happy with the way the season has progressed – even though it has meant that the club has not been at the top of the table for a considerable time – and he wants his players to maintain this strong form to the end of the campaign.

The club are on course to qualifying for the Europa league by finishing in the third place. The title may be beyond them with Ajax and PSV having a stranglehold throughout the campaign, but this may be seen as a decent return for Feyenoord.

Dirk Kuyt Confident onf Reeds

Former Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt expects the Reds to progress into the last 16 of the Europa League at the expense of Manchester United. Liverpool managed a 2-0 win over United in the first leg at Anfield.

Now, they are preparing for the return leg at Old Trafford where United are expected to provide much better competition than in the first leg. It was a teammate and uninspiring performance from Louis van Gaal’s team in the first leg. They were unable to get back on the winning run after only a 1-1 draw with West Ham during the weekend.

BLIND LEAVES RVP AT HOME

Danny Blind, the Oranje boss, is not happy with Robin Van Persie’s showings at the club level in the recent times and that’s the reason he has preferred to keep him out of the national squad.

Van Persie is not amongst the players whom Blind has chosen for the games that Netherlands is going to play against their European neighbours in the coming weeks.

Dirk Kuyt claims that the club has become the laughing stock

Feyenoord striker Dirk Kuyt claims that the club has become the laughing stock of Dutch football after suffering the seventh consecutive defeat in the league.

They may have slipped to only sixth in the table, but the position could got significantly worse if this run continues. The dip in form is rather surprising considering that the club were looking like title favourites earlier in the season. They are now in a position not to afford any more dropped points.Kuyt is one of the experienced campaigners at Feyenoord, but he remains at a loss to explain why the club’s form has been so bad in 2016.

Dirk Kuytsays that he is looking to win the Dutch league title with Feyenoord

Former Liverpool striker Dirk Kuytsays that he is looking to win the Dutch league title with Feyenoord.

After several years with top European clubs like Liverpool and Fenerbahce,Kuyt recently returned to his home country where he started his extraordinary career. The Dutchman is revered as one of the top footballers from Holland in the last decade. This was not due to copious amounts of talent, but due to a workrate that was second to none.Kuyt has been in better goalscoring form since his return to Feyenoord. Unlike at his previous clubs,Kuyt has been employed in his favourite position as a striker.

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