Dirk Kuyt celebrates with one of the worst dabs of all time

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Even if Liverpool fans still remember Dirk Kuyt with a lot of affection, they're about to be horrified by his latest celebration. 

The 36-year-old left Anfield four years ago but is still fondly thought of on Merseyside even if he was fairly erratic during his time at the club. 

The Dutchman is now back in the Eredivisie with Feyenoord and the good news is he's still scoring goals for fun, with three in five games already this season. 


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His latest came in a 3-1 victory over Den Haag, but what came next was not enjoyable. 

The striker felt the need to emulate Paul Pogba's famous 'dab' celebration, and suffice to say, it went down a treat on social media. 

Those that weren't shocked that Kuyt is even still playing were still appalled by his terrible, terrible dabbing. 

It's not exactly a great move at the best of times, but there are some players who can pull it off. Pogba's one of them, he's the most expensive player in the world and one of the best midfielders in Europe. Kuyt definitely is not. 

Maybe it's Pogba who should be shouldering most of the blame for unleashing the dab onto the footballing world, but Kuyt's getting his share of the flak right now. There are plenty of big talking points in the game right now, but this probably shouldn't be one of them. 

Here's the best of the Twitter outrage. 

It takes something special to get Premier League fans interested in Dutch football, but Kuyt has managed it, albeit for all the wrong reasons.

Is Pogba's dab a decent celebration? Have your say in the comments. 

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