On Sunday the PSV fans will say goodbye to four players who have been at the club for a long time. One of them is the 39-year-old Heintze and the other players that we will fondly remember are Bruggink, Gakhokidze and Dirkx.
On Sunday the PSV fans will say goodbye to four players who have been at the club for a long time. One of them is the 39-year-old Jan Heintze and the other players that we will fondly remember are Arnold Bruggink, Georgi Gakhokidze and Jürgen Dirkx.
<b>Jürgen Dirkx</b>, born in Reusel on 15 August 1974, made his debut for PSV in the UEFA Cup tie away at Bayer Leverkussen (5-4) on 13 September 1994. Dirkx was on loan at Fortuna Sittard for two spells. He played 105 games for that club and scored two goals.
|Career Jürgen Dirkx at PSV|
<b>Georgi Gakhokidze</b> was born in Tbilisi (Georgia) on 5 November 1975 and was in PSV service for four seasons. He was handed his debut on 12 September 1998, when he came on as a substitute in the home game against MVV (2-0).
After his first season at PSV, Gakhokidze completed a loan deal with Maccabi Haifa in Israel, but that adventure lasted only one season. Gakhokidze played 17 games for his country, in which he netted two goals.
|Career Georgi Gakhokidze at PSV|
<b>Arnold Bruggink</b>, born in Almelo on 24 July, made his debut for PSV on 20 August 1997 at home against RKC Waalwijk (5-1). Last Sunday Bruggink made his 150th appearance for PSV. When he is given a place in the starting line-up, he will play his 250th official game in his career. Arnold Bruggink played two games in the Dutch national team.
|Career Arnold Bruggink at PSV|