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Daniel Sturridge has suffered another setback to his promising career after being ruled out for another month due to injury.

The striker had a very positive spell in his first full season as Liverpool when he was playing alongside Luis Suarez. It looked like the Reds had found themselves an incredible bargain after having signed him for around £ 12 million from Chelsea. However, Sturridge has gone from one injury to another in the last 18 months and it looks like there is no relief in sight. He was expected to return to first-team action in the crucial game against Manchester United next week.

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Daniel Agger has claimed that he feels has playing the best football of his career despite being shown the door by Liverpool last year.

The Danish centre back spent a long time with Liverpool and won the League Cup in the process. However, he had been marginalised by manager Brendan Rodgers towards the end of his time at Anfield. This was largely seen as a reflection of the player’s poor form. However, the centre back has denied such allegations and says that the interest from Barcelona is an indicator that he was still playing at top of his game when he left Liverpool.

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Brendan Rodgers was selected as the manager of Liverpool on June of 2012 but things haven’t exactly gone well for Northern Irish coach as he has not lifted a single title with the Premier League club.

The team of Brendan Rodgers is still feeling blow that they received after offloading Luis Suarez and attempting to fill his absence by signing Mario Balotelli but the Italian attacker has been one of the worst signings of the Premier League in modern times as Balotelli has only scored 1 league goal in 15 appearances.

The last title that Liverpool secured was the Carling Cup which was 3 years ago with Kenny Dalglish being the manager that managed to accomplish this but he was sacked due to the lack of titles and unless Brendan Rodgers can clinch some important pieces of silverware, he will be sacked as well.

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The lack of a winter break has often been a highly debated issue in English football.

The traditional purists have been in favour of the games being played during the Christmas period and the New Year, while fans who have enough knowledge of the continental football clearly see the benefits of having a winter break towards the end of the campaign.

The lack of a winter break has been cited as the reason for the failure of England as an international team in the last few years. Bringing up this topic once again, former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has said that he has immensely benefited from a winter break.

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Former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has opened up on his surprising results from Liverpool in the summer.

It was only 12 months ago that the Danish defender was linked with a move to Barcelona for just under £ 20 million. Liverpool resisted the urge to sell him, but he was allowed to leave for just under £ 5 million a year later. He featured very less under Brendan Rodgers last season, which prompted rumours that he had fallen out with the coach. Agger came back to his former club Brondby at a time when many players will still be playing in a top-level European league.

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Following the departure of Daniel Agger from Anfield Road, Brendan Rodgers named Jordan Henderson as the new vice-captain of Liverpool. Henderson is a player that joined Liverpool 3 years ago as he was signed from Sunderland with a price tag in the region of €20 million and has established himself as a vital player in the English club and is considered to be one of the best players to succeed Daniel Agger.

Daniel Agger decided to spend the next years of his career with the club where he used to perform during his youth with Brondby but the experienced centre-back has also made headlines in his country after he paid for Denmark’s homeless football team to fly to the World Cup in Chile.

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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has dismissed rumours that defender Daniel Agger could be sold in the summer after falling out of favour. Agger has been a regular first-team player for Liverpool in the last five years. He has been at the club since the 2005-06 season, thus making him as one of the club’s longest serving players amongst the current crop. The signing of Sakho and Kolo Toure last summer brought about disastrous consequences for the Danish international. He made only 20 appearances in the league after having previously started in almost every match in previous seasons.

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Liverpool defender Daniel Agger says that the club need not be warned more about the attacking qualities of Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, who will be visiting Anfield with his Tottenham team on Sunday. This match was billed as the race between the top four at the start of the season. However, impressive form in the second half of the campaign has made Liverpool surprise title contenders, whereas Tottenham have fallen down the other end after the appointment of Tim Sherwood. Inconsistent results have made it very difficult for Tottenham to even think about a top four finish this season.

ITALY CALLING

07 Feb 2014
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This might be Daniel Agger’s last season in the English top flight as the 29 years old centre-back is believed to be interested in making a move to Italy.

Napoli might be his next destination if the reports coming through have truth in them.

The man who is in charge at Napoli at the moment is Rafael Benitez with whom Agger has worked in the past and the duo’s relationship is brilliant. So, the Danish international would surely have more opportunities to play there.

The second thing is that Napoli is more likely to qualify for the Champions League than Liverpool at this point of time. So, by moving to Stadio San Paolo, Agger would give himself a better chance of featuring in the Champions League next season.

Agger had been the first choice centre-back for Liverpool in the last couple of seasons, but, this season, he has fallen down the pecking order as a couple of other quality defenders have joined the Reds camp.

SAKHO SETTLING IN

15 Jan 2014
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Mamadou Sakho, who was brought into Liverpool for close to £ 20 million, has said that he is starting to get settled to life at Anfield. The former Paris St Germain defender is regarded as someone with a huge potential. The 23-year-old fell out with his former club and decided to move to Merseyside despite the fact that Liverpool were not capable of offering him Champions League football. Brendan Rodgers had guided Liverpool to seventh place last season and things were not looking good for the club.

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