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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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The former Liverpool defender opens up on his overuse of anti-inflammatory drugs and the day in 2015 when his body had simply had enough.

The first thing Daniel Agger remembers is that he was unable to control his body. He did not feel any pain but he was just lying there shaking. Earlier that day, on 8th of March, he had led out Brøndby to face their rivals FC Copenhagen in a Danish league game. He lasted 29 minutes before being taken off. He then collapsed and was taken to the physiotherapist’s room at Parken.

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Jurgen Klopp has a tough season lying ahead of him as the German manager has the task of qualifying Liverpool to the UEFA Champions League and also wants to push the English club past the 4th place finish in the Premier League.


During the previous English Premier League season of 2016-17, Liverpool finished in the 4th position with 76 points and Jurgen Klopp as well as the supporters of Liverpool are hoping that they will be able to secure a spot in the top 3 spots and maybe even win the domestic league especially after having offloaded around €85 million during the summer transfer window in securing the services of Mohamed Salah, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Andrew Robertson.
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At 31, Daniel Agger, the former Liverpool defender, eventually declared his retirement from football. The Denmark international played for good eight years at Liverpool having joined The Reds from 2006 till 2014 from Brondby IF, before leaving to Liverpool to same, where he announced his requirement.

The center back wrote on Twitter: “Thank you for your support. A great experience. It is sad, but it is the right decision to stop. I am proud of my career.”

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Liverpool legend Daniel Agger is backing the defence of the Reds to do better than their performances last term.


Specifically, Agger wants African central defender Joel Matip to build on his encouraging start in the Premier League.
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Liverpool defeated opponents Sydney FC 3-0 in a friendly game played to celebrate the club’s 125-year anniversary.


Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher got action time as they played 46 minutes apiece.

Daniel Sturridge, Alberto Moreno and Roberto Firmino scored each of the three goals against the Australian side. Sydney are the A-League title holders – a title they lifted earlier this month after seeing off stiff competition.

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Premier League side Liverpool are on course to make automatic qualification for the UEFA Champions League at the end of the season.


There were worries that Liverpool would flunk their chances, considering Arsenal are perennial top four side.
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La Liga side Atletico Madrid thrashed Celta Vigo 3-2 to remain in competition for the title.


The fourth placed outfit saw goals from Fernando Torres, Yannick Carrasco and Antoine Griezmann to seal the win.
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Daniel Agger shocked the football world after announcing retirement at the age of 31.


The former Liverpool defender only recently left the Premier league in order to joinBrondby, the club where he started his career. In his eight years at Liverpool,Agger became one of the top ball playing centre backs in the Premier League. The quality within the Danish international was clearly apparent and Barcelona were even trying to sign him for around £ 30 million just a year before he joinedBrondby. However, he has rather quickly announced his retirement after suffering numerous injuries over the last 18 months.

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