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These days it is very common for players to move from one club to another throughout their career. It seems increasingly difficult for academy prospects o make first team and build careers long term at a club.

Expensive signings that are established elsewhere are the norm in a bid to fast track success of top and aspiring clubs. When players underperform, they are quickly shipped out. Fans of Brondby took to social media to thank one of their notable players that returned after his exploits in elsewhere.

Daniel Munthe Agger is one of the dying breed of footballers that have patience and loyalty embedded in them. He left his boyhood club Brondby IF for £6 million in the transfer window in 2006 with Rafa Benitez welcoming him to Anfield. It was easy to join Liverpool after their stunning Champions League win over AC Milan - joining them wasn't really much of a gamble (unlike playing at the netbet casino) as he knew that Liverpool would be competing at the top of the game for the next few years.

Agger spent over eight years at Merseyside, becoming a fan favourite despite a lot of challenges. He is renowned for his famous left foot and his confidence in moving to the midfield with the ball before sending a well timed pass. His aerial strength had limitations and he was not as pacey, but he did his job well. Several injuries throughout his career constrained him from reaching his true potential. He recently acknowledged to taking too many anti inflammatory pills during his career after he retired this year.

His fitness concerns weren’t a problem when he was at Denmark but started when he arrived at England. He missed out of the 2006 FC Cup win over West Ham as he was out injured. His struggle with metatarsal injury ruled him out of most games in the next season.

When he picked up and impressed, many clubs came calling but he remained loyal. His physical condition worsened very early due to the injuries. His relation with Brendan Rodgers led to a breakdown in 2014 and his subsequent transfer from the club. he returned to Brondby after a decade out, gaining the respect of fans eternally.