“I didn't want to talk about it, but…”

“I didn't want to talk about it, but…”

Rene van der Gijp couldn't resist on Tuesday evening to return for Lee Towers' visit to the Op1 talk show table on Monday. analyst Today inside He saw the singer talking emotionally about his career.

On Sunday, Lee Towers will sing “You'll Never Walk Alone” for the last time after thirty years at the Rotterdam Marathon. He is also known for his performances at Feyenoord celebrations. “I didn't want to start it, but yesterday (Monday, editor) I was watching Lee Towers again. This guy is very happy with himself,” Van der Gijp said with a laugh.

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Towers told Op1 that his health is getting in the way of his career. “I had back surgery ten years ago, which damaged my nerves. So I had trouble walking and then I had hip problems. I also broke my hand. At a certain point, you have to be rational and say, 'It was beautiful.' “. The singer appeared clearly emotional when the city's mayor, Ahmed Abu Talib, addressed him.

Lee Towers appeared to have kept the door open for a possible appearance at the ceremony if Feyenoord win the cup this month. “Yes, that will be in two weeks. Then we will come back. The ceremony will be held on Monday, which I think is a bit unfortunate. It will be a party again.” Johan Dirksen said on Tuesday that he did not think this was wise. “We must make it clear to the weak man that he should not sing if he is no longer able to do so.”

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Feyenoord will play the cup final against NEC VD Kuip on Sunday, April 21. If Arne Slot's team wins the match, the party will follow the next day at Binnenrotte.

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