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Kuwait: I hope to help Gerrard train Liverpool

 Kuwait: I hope to help Gerrard train Liverpool

Dutch former Liverpool player Derek Kuyt has confirmed that he will accept to be in the coach's Steven Gerrard's apparatus, in the event that he takes over the leadership of the Reds after Juergen Klopp.

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Gerrard is the first candidate to succeed Jurgen Klopp in Liverpool, and for his part, Dirk Kuyt indicated that he would not mind helping his former teammate.

During 6 years with Liverpool, Kuwait managed to become a legend for the team, scoring 71 goals in 285 matches, before taking a new path in his career.

With Feyenoord, Kuwait took over the youth team after working in the administrative side, but is now unemployed due to completing his training licenses in the European Union exams.

"I have a desire to become a coach, and I am looking for options in the future," Kuyt said in statements to the English newspaper "Mirror".

He added: "But there are exceptions to be an assistant coach, and one of these exceptions is to be assistant to Gerrard in Liverpool."

He continued: "If he wants me to be his assistant, I would love it very much. In principle, I see myself as a coach, but as I say I do not mind because these exceptions make me happy."

He stressed: "Apart from my appointment, I love Gerrard and I hope to see him as a coach for Liverpool. It will be a wonderful moment, especially after he developed with Rangers and won the League title with them."

He concluded: "I hope that Gerrard will develop as a coach as he was a player, and that I see him work closely for many years to come, perhaps as a fellow coach or a competitor in the future."