29 Oct 2013
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Daniel Agger has said that he is determined to get his spot back in the starting XI of Liverpool.

Agger has recently recovered from his rib injury that had kept him out of action last month, but, after his return to action, he is not getting starting opportunities. He warmed the bench in Liverpool’s last couple of league games.

However, Agger put up a great show playing for his country Denmark yesterday in a World Cup qualifying game against Malta. He found the back of the net a couple of times and helped his team thrash the opposition by 6-0.

Agger is rated very highly by the clubs all around the world. During the pre-season transfer window, Barcelona which is one of the best clubs in the world had made a bid for him, but, Liverpool had rejected that bid.

When asked about that Barcelona bid, Agger said, “It was the decision of the club not to let me go.”

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Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is reportedly being targeted by Barcelona as they look for a top quality defender to shore up the defense. The Catalan giants had long been on the trail of Brazilian international Thiago Silva but now look set to miss out on the player as the former AC Milan man looks set to stay put at his present club Paris saint Germain, having won the league with them last season.

The future of the Danish international has been the subject of much speculation in recent weeks with newly rich AS Monaco also said to be keen on the player and it is being believed Barcelona manager Tito Vilanova will push for the player he believes will solve the club’s defensive crisis. Spanish newspapers have suggested that Daniel Agger fits the bill of Barcelona as a perfect ball playing defender, capable of playing his way out trouble at the back and will provide cover for the ageing Carles Puyol whose future remains in doubt after a series of injury ravaged seasons.


25 Apr 2013
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The Liverpool centre back Daniel Agger has said that Brendan Rodgers is doing a fine job as manager and the team will win trophies under his guidance in the next season.

In this season, Liverpool doesn’t have the chance to win any trophy now. In the Premier League points table, they are currently at no. 7 with 45 points in 30 matches. They only have to play 8 games now and their chances of finishing in top 4 are not looking that good.

When asked about the performance of Liverpool in this season, Agger said, “This is a team which is on the right track. The management is in the hand of right person and things are going well in the camp. Yes, we have not won any trophy in this season, but, we will win a few in the next season.”

“We have a few things to sort out. I think we need a bigger squad. That will give us more options.”

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The Australian football season has come to an end and so the fans and teams concerned will be looking to next season, as will bettors on the sport. The top league is the A-League which is also known as the Hyundai A-League and it is run by the Football Federation Australia.

The season begins and October and runs through the Australian summer through to March, during which 27 matches are played. Every team plays every other team a total of three times. When a team plays two home matches on one season, then the following season they play only one match at home.


22 Feb 2013
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Daniel Agger has said that Luis Suarez is the best player in the Liverpool squad at the moment.

Suarez is in the form of his life at the moment. He has performed magnificently for the Reds in the ongoing season. The Uruguayan forward has featured for Liverpool in 22 Premier League matches in this season and has found the net 16 times. These figures tell the whole story.

When asked about Suarez’s form in this season, Agger said, “He has been fantastic so far. I think he is the best player in our squad. In the training sessions, I find him the most difficult player to compete against. He has got tremendous quality. I am happy that I am playing alongside him.”

“Not only is Luis the best in our squad, he is probably one of the best in the world. He is certainly one of the top 5 strikers in the world.”

When asked about the inconsistent performance of Liverpool in the first half of the ongoing season, Agger said, “I don’t like looking back. I like moving forward. Now, what happened in the first half of the season, we can’t change that. But, we can make sure that the second half would be better than the first one. We should be looking forward.”

“It’s obviously disappointing to lose matches. We should not have lost that many matches. But, we can still make up for that by being consistent in the remaining of the season.”

When asked about his foundation which collects money for the needy people through auctions, Agger said, “Our motive is to provide support to the needy people all over the world. Recently, an Indian school asked us to arrange some money for them and we did that.”

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The former Liverpool legend Alan Hansen has said that the defensive pair of Daniel Agger and Martin Skrtel are extremely important to the club. The two players have formed a great partnership in recent years, which has even forced the Liverpool managers to not use the veteran Jamie Carragher for important matches. Daniel Agger has been at the club for the last six seasons and Alan Hansen has said that he would have been an even better player had not been for the injuries. Agger has consistently suffered a number of injuries during his spell at Liverpool.

So far, he has managed to stay fit this campaign, which have translated into the better defensive performances of Liverpool. Their problems this season have come in the attacking sense where they have been unable to score goals when it matters and when they are on top. Daniel Agger is not only adept at defending, but he is also extremely good at starting the attacks according to Hansen. Due to his ball playing abilities, he can bring the ball out of the defence quite comfortably and start the attacks. This is an extremely important aspect of football that is often forgotten according to Hansen, who was regarded as one of the best players for Liverpool.

“He’s exceptionally comfortable in possession of the ball. He’s never embarrassed when the ball is at his feet – and traditionally Liverpool centre-backs have always been all of that. When you look at some of the centre-backs Liverpool have had with the ball at their feet ... in the 70s and 80s it was virtually every one, you could go through them and they were phenomenal with the ball at their feet. And Daniel’s up there with the best of them," said Hansen. Liverpool are currently in the 12th position.

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The Danish defender Daniel Agger has said that he should not played in the 1-1 draw with Chelsea during the weekend because it has only aggravated the groin problem that he suffered prior to this match. The 27-year-old Daniel Agger is regarded as one of the best players at Liverpool. He was rested in the Europa league encounter in midweek, which give him the opportunity to play against Chelsea. He was extremely crucial in helping Liverpool get a point from the fixture, but he has now said that in hindsight he should not have played in the match.

Daniel Agger was suffering from a groin injury and had to take painkilling injections in order to play through the pain barrier. He has now withdrawn from the friendly match for the Denmark national team against Turkey so that he does not aggravate the injury even further. Martin Skrtel did not play for Liverpool in the match, as he was suffering from a virus.

As a result, Daniel Agger was partnered with Jamie Carragher in the back. The two players were extremely good against the single striker in the form of Fernando Torres. He is now hoping that he will be fit for the match against Wigan during the weekend.

"I should not have played on Sunday but Skrtel became ill and there was not much I could do. I was thrown into it. I have a pulled groin. It was something that should have kept me out on Sunday but it did not. I played the game. It takes hopefully only a few days (to recover). The reason why I have cancelled for Wednesday is that it is a bit early to play three days," said Agger. Liverpool are currently in the 13th position with only 12 points from the 11 matches played so far.

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The Liverpool defender, Daniel Agger, has said that it’s not fair to blame only the strikers for the team’s decimal performance in the current Premier League season so far. Liverpool has played three Premier League matches in this season and the team has lost two of those matches. The third match against Manchester City ended in a draw. The team has scored only two goals in those three Premier League matches.

As per Agger, all the players are responsible for the recent poor performances of the team. He told Liverpool news "It’s not only about the strikers; it’s about the whole team. You can’t rely on just two or three players to score goal for you every time. The other players also need to step up. The poor form of the team is definitely a matter of concern. Almost all the key players of the team are out of form. The team had quite a few chances to score in the last game against Arsenal, but, the players didn’t manage to capitalize on the chances. Arsenal defeated Liverpool by 2-0 in that match.

Agger himself looked a bit rusty in the matches that he has played in the current season so far. The last season was very good for him and he was one of the very few consistent performers for Liverpool in the last season. He is a senior member of the team and the club was expecting him to deliver in this season as well. But, the Danish international didn’t look even close to his best so far. The manager of Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers has backed Agger and said that Agger would get back in top nick pretty soon. He has done well for the club in the past and he would do it again in the ongoing season.

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Liverpool are facing a major fight to keep the defender Daniel Agger at the club after it has emerged that Spanish club Barcelona are looking to sign the 27-year-old as a replacement for Carlos Puyol. The club captain for the Spanish club – Carlos Puyol – is coming to the end of his illustrious career with the Catalan club.

Even though the club is mainly looks towards bringing youngsters from the youth academy, they are not prepared to take any risks with the central defensive positions and are looking towards signing an experienced player. The 27-year-old Spanish defender Daniel Agger has emerged as a real transfer target for the club due to his ability to play the ball from the back.

Barcelona have always been a club who have looked for ball playing abilities from the defenders. Daniel Agger is especially known for his skill with the ball, while he is also good for the occasional goals as well. Even though Argentine defender and former Liverpool midfielder Mascherano has been used in this position, it is thought that the new manager Tito Vilanova will be looking to bring in a player to used to playing in this position regularly rather than a makeshift player.

Liverpool could not only lose the services of Daniel Agger in the summer transfer window, but also the likes of Martin Skrtel and Andy Carroll as well. The Slovakian defender Martin Skrtel has been linked with a move away from the club after growing frustrated due to the lack of Champions League football at the club. Andy Carroll, meanwhile, is expected to be sold as part of the new revolution at the club by the former Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers, who was recently appointed by the Liverpool's American owners as a replacement for sacked Kenny Dalglish.


09 Jul 2012
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Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has said that England need not fear about the possibility of facing Germany in the semifinals of the Euro 2012. There is every chance that England could face Germany in the semifinals of the competition.

England will be facing Italy in the quarter-final stage, while Germany will be up against a Greece said who were certainly not expected to reach this stage of the competition. Even though the match against Italy will certainly be tough for the English, the Liverpool defender Daniel Agger expects Roy Hodgson's men to progress to the semifinals of the competition.
It has been a very tough tournament for the English, but they have come through a very difficult group as the winners.

Daniel Agger has said that one of the main strengths of Germany is their attacking talent. Due to the movement of the strikers, it is extremely difficult to play against them and not concede any goal. However, the defence is also not one of their strongest aspects of the game and Daniel Agger sees Germany conceding a number of goals if they come against a top quality opposition like England. Daniel Agger's Denmark lost 2-1 to Germany in the group match.

“Germany were the best team in our group when they had the ball, but we felt we had a chance against their defence. Their front three don’t stay in one position. They’re constantly changing sides and running into new positions. But I play against strikers of that quality, like Luis Suarez, every week in the Premier League and so do the England players,” said Daniel Agger after Denmark's exit from the competition in the group stages. Despite not having great expectations, Denmark managed to perform well in the group stages and finish above one of the favourites Netherlands.