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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.


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.


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.


05 Dec 2013
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Daniel Agger is a transfer target of Barcelona as the Catalan team tried to lure him from Liverpool in the past summer but the Premier League side managed to keep him in the club although questions are being raised on how long he will remain with Liverpool as not only Barcelona but also Napoli are interested in securing his services.

"I'm not saying I wasn't tempted, because anyone would be in that situation, but for the club to say that to me was enough. I am happy here and my family is happy here also and that's a good combination." That was the statement from Agger as he remained with Liverpool in summer.

It is believed that Rafael Benitez is going to attempt bringing Agger to Napoli in January as the team is willing to pay him £3.5 million per season.


29 Oct 2013
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Despite the fact that Liverpool is one of the most successful clubs in England and has won more European trophies than any other English team in the last few years the club has been going through a disastrous era involving constant changes in coaches and bankruptcy which lead to the club having a new owner.

Liverpool was sold to Fenway Sports Group on 15 October 2010 for £300m and the last time they managed to grab hold of the Premier League was in the season of 1989. Not only that but also failing to make it into the top 5 spots of their respective league in the last 4 years.

Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard used to be the most notable players for the English club up until when the Spanish striker made his move to Chelsea in which Liverpool sought out to find a replacement and secured the services of the Uruguayan Luis Suarez. It was his move which tiggered sport bet company Unibet to offer odds on Liverpool challenging for a top 4 spot once more.


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.”