Football: “I like clubs with tradition and rich history”, Dirk Kuyt signs for Beerschot in Belgium

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Dirk Kuyt, a former Dutch football player of the 2000s who turned into a coach at the end of his career, signed a contract with Belgian club Beerschot, based in Antwerp, in the Belgian 2nd league.

Former Liverpool and Feyenoord Rotterdam player Dirk Kuyt has found himself a club. The 43-year-old Dutchman became the coach of Beerschot VA this Thursday after coaching ADO The Hague. Located in the Wilrijk district of Antwerp, the club ranks second in the Challenger Pro League rankings (Belgian D2).

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Kuyt, who signed a contract until the end of the season, replaces Austrian Andreas Wieland, who terminated his contract in search of a new challenge. “I am happy to be able to sign a contract with a club with such a great history,” says Beerschot’s new coach Dirk Kuyt. “That’s what I love, clubs with tradition and a rich history. I thought Beerschot was the ideal next step in my career. I can’t wait to start this new challenge with great energy and enthusiasm.” said.

Dirk Kuyt became the new head coach of Beerschot. \u270d

The Dutch signed a contract among themselves. “When I just started using it, I fail to meet my heel energy.”#weare13 pic.twitter.com/sMS84oZF1G

— K. Beerschot VA (@kbeerschotva) December 28, 2023

A true powerhouse in his field, Mr. Duracell, as he is called by his colleagues, always has the desire to progress. “I am a coach who likes to attack football with high intensity. In this respect, I think the Beerschot club suits me very well. “Blood on the uprights”, who gives everything to win a match, is who I am as a player. I was like this as a football player, but now I am like this as a coach.” explained the blond-haired man.

Dirk Kuyt has been a free agent since leaving Dutch club Ado la Haye, where he recorded five wins, four draws and eight defeats between July and November 2022. Before this experience in the Netherlands, he was the assistant coach of Quick Boys (2017-2018), then the coach of the Feyenoord Rotterdam U19 team (2018-2020).

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By signing a contract with the “purple and white” club, he follows in the footsteps of Stade de Reims’ promising coach Will Still, who cut his teeth at the Antwerp club before coming to Champagne.

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