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Daniel Agger is not a name that the Liverpool fans will forget in a hurry following his meritorious service to the Liverpool cause while the Danish international player was at the club. Daniel Agger became a Liverpool player in January 2006 and he went on to win some trophies at the club before he departed in the summer of 2014. Daniel Agger made 232 appearances for Liverpool in all competitions during his stay at the club. In the Premier League alone, Daniel Agger made 175 appearances for the Reds. The centre back left Liverpool to return to his native Denmark due to family reasons in August 2014. He left the Reds to return back to Brondby in the top flight of club football in his country, Denmark. Daniel Agger didn't have the chance to make his mark at Liverpool in his opening weeks at the club due to several injuries. The injuries limited him to just four appearances for the first team. Daniel Agger didn't play much part in the 2006 FA Cup triumph for Liverpool under manager Rafael Benitez. The Reds came from behind to draw 3-3 with West Ham United having trailed by two goals at one point. Liverpool equalised late in the game to deny West Ham United boss Alan Pardew and his players cup success. Liverpool won the FA Cup final to win the competition that year. The Reds beat West Ham on penalties to achieved this feat.

Agger had overcomedhis injuries at the start of the 2006/07 season. He was mainly in competition with the experienced duo of Jamie Carragher and Sami Hyypia in the early stage of his Liverpool career before the arrival of Martin Skrtel. Daniel Agger and Martin Skrtel would go on to form one of the most potent centre back partnership in recent Liverpool history. Daniel Agger won the Community Shield with the Reds in 2006 at the expense of Chelsea and also helped Liverpool to win the 2011/12 League Cup under the guidance of club legend Kenny Dalglish ‘King Kenny'. Daniel Agger was at the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament in South Africa with Denmark and he also represented his country at the 2012 European Championships. Agger captained Denmark at that European Championship.