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Daniel Agger pinpoints the moment, he believes, has changed his career way 4 years back, with his compulsion to leave Liverpool at Anfield. He has been sticking around with Liverpool as a center-back for 8 long years making 232 appearances and earning a lot of popularity until it so happened that he had to finally bid farewell at an age as young as 31. His reason for this reassignment is his frequent injuries. Agger, in his second Liverpool campaign, where he played 26 times, had to withdraw in the 78th minute sustaining a severe back injury that confined him under surgery until October. He made 153 subsequent appearances post-surgery prior to leaving.

Agger expresses his nostalgia on social media sharing one picture of him defending a ball during the Red's 5-0 pre-season in July 2009. After all, he had contributed in the win over Singapore League Select XI, risking himself by falling under the challenge of Noh Alam sham, subsequently leaving him to miss the first three months of 2009/10 season.

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Daniel Agger the former defender Danish has pinpointed some of the moments which 'changed many things' in his career – around five years before the time he left Liverpool. The Danish has spent eight years at Anfield, and in his eight years he made 232 appearances total, and with his performances, he became one of the most popular stars of Kop.

But, during his spell at Anfield, his game was interrupted by injury often, and this is the reason that he was forced to take retirement from the game at the 31 just. He said on this it was important to take retirement at this time "The time when I am still ahead". On the social media, Agger shared one of his picture in which he was seen challenging for a ball during the win of Reds' 5-0 pre-season over Singapore League Select XI in the year 2009.

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Daniel Agger stressed at the moment that changed his whole career 5years ago, which made him leave Liverpool eventually. The Danish center-back did spend his 8 years of life at Anfield and made 232 appearances. In addition, he was the most renowned stars of the Kop. However, his tenure with Merseyside was mostly interrupted by an injury and was forced to take retirement at the age of only 31. He claimed that retiring was essential to halt while he was still ahead.

Agger shared a photo of him on social media wherein he was challenging to achieve the ball in the Red’s 5-0 pre-season victory over Singapore League Select XI in 2009. The photo shared depicted Agger takes the Noh Alam Sham’s challenge during the victory in Asia which led to missing the initial 3 months of the season of 2009-10. Agger had shown his performances 26 times in the earlier campaign and it saw Liverpool achieve 2nd place. It was, however withdrawn towards the last minute and was not seen anytime sooner than October post undergoing a surgery. After 153 appearances that he made post the surgery, it did appear that the incident which he shared was the root cause of the issues which led to early retirement. He wrote on social media that the little jump changed everything.

Aquilani on Klopp

31 Aug 2018
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Former Liverpool player Alberto Aquilani believes that Jurgen Klopp is the right man to bring the title back to Liverpool. He believes that Liverpool has a squad that can challenge for the title and this is down to the changes that have been made by the German manager.

Alberto Aquilani said that Klopp has already changed the way that Liverpool plays and that the high-pressing and high tempo game suits them well. He believes that Liverpool has one of the best strike force in Europe and that it will be hard for any Premier League opposition to stop them.

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Virgil van Dijk has been hailed as the big boss required to bring out the best of defense of Liverpool by Daniel Agger, the former Reds favorite.

The Dane is still 33 and he was a popular figure during 2006-14 at Anfield, it was his time and though injuries blighted his career, with his game he earned the reputation of being a classy ball-playing center-back.

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Liverpool favourite Daniel Agger has admitted that he misses playing football at Liverpool’s home ground after representing the Reds during a legend match versus Bayern Munich on Saturday. The 33-year-old decided to step down from professional football in 2016 after experiencing multiple injury concerns over the course of his playing career.

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Liverpool favourite Daniel Agger has spoked about the impact Virgil van Dijk has had since his January move from Southampton. The Netherlands international announced his arrival to the Kop with a late winner against Everton in the FA Cup, and he has since integrated seamlessly into the starting lineup under Jurgen Klopp.

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For Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge his long-awaited 100th goal for the club in the victory against Huddersfield on Saturday could prove a watershed moment.
It was not that long ago where you could not imagine a Liverpool side without the gifted marksman at the helm. His unique brand of artistry, footwork, and finishing almost helped bring that much-coveted Premier League crown to the Merseyside giants in the 2013/14 season.

Since then he has suffered a procession of crippling injuries, which has seen him complete only a handful of games over the past three seasons.

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Daniel Agger has hailed Liverpool’s defensive lead Virgil van Dijk who recently joined the Reds for £75 million. The 33-year old Dane was very popular in the heart of the defence for Liverpool when he played from 2006-2014.

Agger’s career was blighted by recurrent injuries especially in the latter days but he remained a fan favourite even after leaving Anfield. The veteran surprised at Liverpool’s training camp, turning up to have a nice time with his former teammates.

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Former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has tipped Joel Matip to build on a promising first season in the Premier League and become a real lynchpin in the heart of the Reds back four.

Matip came to the club on a free transfer from Schalke and was one of boss Jurgen Klopp’s first signings at Anfield.

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