Van Hooijdonk won't quit

July 1, 2004
By Theo Ruizenaar
LISBON, July 1 (Reuters) - The international careers of five Dutch players were ended by their Euro 2004 semi-final loss to Portugal but the oldest member of Dick Advocaat's squad has no plans to quit.

Striker Pierre van Hooijdonk, who turns 35 in November, told reporters it was not his style to follow the example of players like goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, defenders Frank de Boer and Jaap Stam, and midfielder Marc Overmars.

'I will see how it works out,' he said. 'The decision ...

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