By Harvey Byrne
Liverpool fans took to Twitter to talk up former players Brad Jones and Dirk Kuyt after they were confirmed in the Feyenoord line-up against rivals Manchester United on Thursday.
The Old Trafford side were drawn in the same group as the Dutch club in the Europa League as the two met in the Netherlands in the European competition.
Kuyt was named the Feyenoord captain for the clash, while Jones started the match in goal.
Liverpool fans took to social media after the line-ups were confirmed, hoping their former players would put in a good performance against their rival side.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— Flanallana (@Flanallana) September 15, 2016
Didn't realise Feyenoord had Brad Jones as well as Kuyt.
Come on you crazy Dutch bastards.
— L21_JFT96_ (@_K_e_v__) September 15, 2016
Just clocked Brad Jones is in goal and Dirk Kuyt is captaining Feyenoord against United. Town if they somehow get a result.
— Ben (@SpionKlopp) September 15, 2016
Genuinely forgot Brad Jones was a thing. Good for him though.
— Sam Jones (@samuellejones) September 15, 2016
Dirk Kuyt to score the winner against United #LFC
— Kevy Dunne (@Kevydunne11) September 15, 2016
— Why So Serious©™#LFC (@Chriscolson82) September 15, 2016
— Brad (@BradburyLeigh) September 15, 2016
— hazzalad ℹ 🇮🇹🏴🇫🇷🇮🇹🇹🇷🇪🇦 (@lfc_shirts) September 15, 2016
Fan favourite Kuyt left Liverpool in 2012 for Turkish side Fenerbache before returning to Feyenoord in 2015.
The attacker moved to Anfield in 2006, featuring in 285 encounters during his six-year stay at the club scoring 71 goals.
Meanwhile, Jones was less impressive at the Merseysiders and came into some criticism from fans following his move from Middlesbrough in 2010.
The Australia international only featured in 27 encounters during his five-year stay at the club, eventually leaving for League One side Bradford.
He has since moved on to NEC Breda before joining current club Feyenoord.
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