Former Netherlands and Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt has labelled Steven Gerrard as the best player he played with during his playing career. The former Feyenoord attacker retired at the end of 2016-2017 season after he led Feyenoord to the title. He scored a hat trick in the final match of the season.


Dirk Kuyt will go down as one of the hardest working players Liverpool will ever see. Originally purchased by Rafael Benitez in 2006 as a striker, he proved himself to be selfless and versatile by operating just as often on the right-wing.
Kuyt arrived on these shores with a prolific goalscoring record in Dutch football, latterly Feyenoord, and he instantly found favour on the Kop with an all-action debut as a substitute at home to West Ham on August 26, he didn't get a goal in his debut, but he never stopped running nor trying, a trait that will define his time with the Reds.


Adam Lallana moved to Liverpool from Southampton with the hope of continuing his journey of grace to grass but few years after the move happened, he looks set to leave on free transfer to the relief of the Reds.
If only he was as versatile as Dirk Kuyt, the holy trinity of Sadio Mane, Firmino and Mohammed Salah would not have put this much of a dent on his Liverpool career.


Liverpool perfect start to the Premier League means that there is less scrutiny on the team than normal. This is because it is difficult to scrutinize a team that has won all their matches this season. However, challenges will come and Klopp would have to turn to his bench for help at some point in the season.
The bench showed last season that it is capable of supporting the first team with DivorkOrigi, XherdanXhaqiri and Naby Keita contributing at different points of the season. However this season the bench has not had enough opportunities.


Liverpool have continued their excellent start to the season as the club chases their elusive Premier League title. As Jurgen Klopp men saw last season, it would take nothing short of perfection to fend off the challenge of Manchester City.

So far the Reds have had a perfect start winning their opening three games against Norwich, Southampton, and Arsenal. However, one area which would trouble Klopp is that his team has conceded in all their matches this season.

Kyut Says Klopp is Best in Liverpool

The Dutchman says the German’s thoughts have been executed without any flaw at the Anfield club and supposes he could make an administration in the coming years Dirk Kuyt, the previous Red had indicated that Liverpool is an immature club as indicated. He believes that trusts Jurgen Klopp’s side is nearly getting to be a standout amongst the most paramount ever.

In an attempt of finishing 2nd behind Manchester City in the Premier League, Liverpool gets the opportunity to top a wonderful season with flatware when they take on Tottenham in the Champions League. Saturday’s challenge in Madrid is the second consecutive Champions League match that Liverpool has shown up in, with the Reds having lost 3-1 to Real Madrid in Kyiv last season. What’s more, Kuyt, who went through six years at Anfield somewhere in between 2006 and 2012 and scored in Liverpool’s 2007 Champions League last destruction to AC Milan, has praised the effect of Klopp,

Mark van Bommel admits PSV Eindhoven have underperformed since the break

PSV Eindhoven manager Mark van Bommel has admitted that the club’s recent performances have been poor, although he does not accept the criticism with regards to the workrate on the playing field. The Dutch champions have drawn the past three games against Utrecht, Heerenveen and Feyenoord respectively and this has reduced their advantage at the top to just two points.

Speaking to reporters, Van Bommel said that he would take the criticism for the recent showing but does not mean that the team have not given their best on the field. He added that his team were lucky with defensive mistakes during the first half of the season but they have been punished for the same since the winter break.


Liverpool Legend Dirk Kuyt is in the running to take over from Giovanni Van Bronchorst at the end of the season at the helms of boyhood club Feyenoord. The 38-year-old been playing amateur football in Holland but wants to begin management after hanging his boots at the end oflast season.

Giovanni Van Bronkhorst is expected to step down from the club at the end of the season with Kuyt and Dick Advocaat the favourites to take over the position. The former Liverpool forward is looking to follow former teammate Steven Gerard ste[ps in managing a top club.

The Most Popular Star Of The Charity Match With Anfield And Milan Glorie For Liverpool FC Legends Is Long Established To Be Dirk Kuyt

The previous Forward Reds, who counted 71 objectives in almost 285 appearances amid his experience of six years along with the club, is again going out at the arena again for the extraordinary experience; they will contribute in assets for Foundation of LFC.

In a diversion set to conjure recollections of the life-changing League of 2005 Champions last, Kuyt who counted in thrashing in contradiction of AC Milan in the masterpiece two years after the fact will arrange nearby any semblance of Agger Daniel, Carragher Jamie, Dudek Jerzy, Fowler Robbie, Luis Garcia and some more.

Dirk Kuyt Remembers Steven Gerrard For The Rangers

website, Dirk Kuyt, former potential Liverpool player has said that he expects Steven Gerrard, ex-Liverpool captain to be a huge success as the new manager of Rangers. Gerrard has signed a four-year contract with Rangers. This was his first senior managerial designation after his retirement in 2016. The English midfielder had been teammates with the Dutch attacker for six years before Kuyt left the team to join Fenerbahce. Kuyt gradually reminisces about one of Gerrard's acts of kindness that will leave Rangers fans with love and respect for him. Kuyt says that at the Liverpool dressing room they used to have a list of upcoming matches.

Only 16 players were allowed in a prior time. So there were only eleven players and substitutes were five in number. In one of the league match he was playing, he saw the list and his name was not on the list. Then he collected his stuff, wished the other players good luck and was gone. Kuyt adds that Gerrard reflected no emotion. He didn't shout, swear, or slam the doors. He immediately left for home and he was back next time for the team's training the first thing he did was congratulate his teammates for getting three points. Gerrard has problems to resolve when he takes up his managerial position.