Feyenoord’s Dirk Kuyt is about to retire following Dutch title victory

Dirk Kuyt has already announced he’s planning to retire from football just three days after bringing Feyenoord to the long-awaited Eredivisie title.

On Sunday, the sportsman aged 36, managed to score a hat trick, as Feyenoord had Heracles defeated 3-1 just to beat Ajax to the title. Feyenoord have grasped the trophy for the first time in 18 years.

The ex-Netherlands international, who also played for Liverpool, Fenerbahce and Utrecht, will grasp a non-playing role with the club. In 2015, Kuyt rejoined the Dutch club, having spent up to three years there from 2003 to 2006.

As Feyenoord states, Dirk Kuyt is going to concentrate on getting a position within Feyenoord’s technical management team. Moreover, he’s about to stick to sports management-oriented program.

The club officials emphasized that they’re very grateful to Dirk Kuyt for the enormous contribution he has made to his team for the last two years.