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Video: Ex-Liverpool Star Dirk Kuyt Celebrates Feyenoord Title Win By Singing You’ll Never Walk Alone

Video: Ex-Liverpool Star Dirk Kuyt Celebrates Feyenoord Title Win By Singing You’ll Never Walk Alone

Dirk Kuyt‘s hat-trick against Heracles secured Feyenoord’s first Eredivisie title in 18 years yesterday and the Dutchman celebrated in spectacular fashion.

Kuyt has earned a stellar reputation in his homeland during his career, first with Utrecht and latterly with Feyenoord, however the frontman will always have a place in the heart of every Liverpool fan.

The 36-year-old spent six years at Anfield, scoring 51 goals in 208 appearances, winning the 2012 League Cup.

Ironically, Feyenoord are one of several European clubs who have adopted the famed Liverpool anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone… a song Kuyt clearly remembers fondly.

The veteran striker showed off his somewhat questionable singing voice during this afternoon’s victory parade in Rotterdam:

Kuyt has had a fantastic season with his boyhood heroes this term, as despite approaching the end of his career, he’s managed to notch 12 goals in 36 appearances.

What do you make of Kuyt’s skills on the mic, Liverpool fans?

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