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Dirk Kuyt Bids Final Goodbye To Football Announcing His Retirement Recently

The Ex-Liverpool and Feyenoord star play testimonial match with players, including Steven Gerrard, Ruud van Nistelrooy, and Andy Carroll.
• Major players from modern Dutch football - plus a few added stars - showed up for Dirk Kuyt's testimony.
• Former Liverpool, Fenerbahce and Feyenoord player and Holland International Kuyt have hung up their boots.
• Kuyt said goodbye to De Kuip, Feyenoord's home, Sunday with a series of matches with the leading role of former teammates.
One of Dutch football's finest modern players got an exciting episode on Sunday as former Liverpool and Feyenoord forward Dirk Kuyt played his last match before retirement. Dirk Kuyt Testimonials friendly took place at De Kuip Stadium in Rotterdam, Feyenoord's home, where Kuyt enjoyed two successful magic in a star career.

Among the other players recruited for the match were former teammates of Kuyt from the clubs he represented - FC Utrecht, Feyenoord, Liverpool, and Fenerbahce - as well as from the Dutch national team. The result was a team of players full of star names, enough to make any fan of the early 2000 soccer nostalgia when they gathered for a mammoth photography in the center circle.


“Dutch players included Rafael van der Vaart, Roy Makaay, Ron Vlaar, Pierre van Hooijdonk, Giovanni van Bronckhorst “
,Memphis Depay, Wesley Sneijder, Ryan Babel, Robin van Persie, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Nigel de Jong, John Heitinga, and Edwin van der Sar and Philip Cocu. Ronald Koeman - the current leader, of “the Dutch national team “ - and Ruud Gullit were also there in non-playing roles.

Liverpool, as Kuyt played for between 2006 and 2012, was also well represented, not least by former captain Steven Gerrard, who took time out of his new role as Rangers manager to honor his old friend. Ex-Reds Jamie Carragher, Jerzy Dudek, Luis Garcia, Fabio Aurelio, Yossi Benayoun, and Andy Carroll also performed.