Former Liverpool player Andrea Dossena believes that the team should strengthen during the January transfer window if they want to win the title. He said that the Anfield side is in a good position in the league and that this could be a unique opportunity for them to win the title and that they should do everything they can in order to strengthen the team.
He said that there are plenty of games to be played in the Premier League as well as the Champions League and that Liverpool appears to be short in some areas. He hopes that the team will seize the opportunity of the transfer window in order to strengthen the team.
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Former Liverpool defender Andrea Dossena believes that Liverpool can win the title this season if they managed to be consistent. He said that Jurgen Klopp has built a team that can challenge Manchester City for the title and that the players should stand behind him.
He said that it has been a long time since Liverpool had a team that can win the Premier League and he feels that the current one can help them achieve that.
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Spanish giants Atletico Madrid have confirmed that they have agreed to loan out Sime Vrsaljko to Inter Milan during the summer transfer window. The 26-year-old was one among the standout players for Croatia during their run to the World Cup final and he has now decided to pursue a fresh challenge with the Nerazzurri.
In a statement released, Atletico confirmed that the Croatian has joined the Nerazzurri on a season-long loan with the option to buy, the message read: “Sime Vrsaljko has been loaned to Inter Milan. The deal, pending the completion of regulatory processes and medical exam, will include an option to buy for Inter. The Croatian right-back joined our club in the 2016 summer transfer window and made 54 appearances for our club. In those matches, he scored one goal and gave seven assists.”
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Ahead of the epic clash between Real Madrid and Liverpool in Kiev on May 26, we look at a few other times the European heavyweights have clashed on and off the field.
Both sides are among the most successful sides in European continental football history. They have 15 European cups between team and 50 league titles. Their rivalry in Europe dates back to the 1980s when they met at Parc des Princes. After winning the 1977 and 1978 titles, Liverpool sought to win another in 1981 against Madrid. Madrid were yet to win in over a decade so they were desperate. Well, Alan Kennedy scored eight minutes from time to ensure Liverpool were crowned champs for the third time.
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Since summer addition Andrew Robertson joined Liverpool, he has been decent in the role.
The player cost Jurgen Klopp £10 million as he moved from Hull City. He would be switching the role with Alberto Moreno, who remained at Anfield despite speculations that he was set to exit.
Against Crystal Palace, Robertson was one of the most dangerous players in attack especially in the first half. Though the team struggled to scrape past Palace, the left back showed decent quality. He proved that he could play long term in the role James Milner featured in last term.
Liverpool have had a perennial left back problem that many have tried to fill. Many like Paul Konchesky, Andrea Dossena, Emiliano Insua and Fabio Aurelio. The Scot can own the role with performances like that when he gets any chance.
The player still has a lot to learn but he showed he has the basic requirements. He would he sharing the slot with Moreno depending on Klopp’s plans, the game and their fitness levels – the heavy Arsenal victory is the most recentexample as Moreno played. With the quality in attack, Liverpool stand a decent chance at success this term but their defensive record is still woeful. Continue reading “ROBERTSON TO START AGAINST MAN CITY?”
Liverpool have made some important strides in the last two years.
The team is widely expected to crown their effort with at least a trophy. This season could be that time for Liverpool. The team’s problems lie in the left back role, central defence and one-touch strike role.
The Reds did very well in attack last year even though injuries seemed to blight their record. As the club desperate tries to add a worthy central defender, the club need not rely on Andy Robertson as the choice for the left back role. While his left foot might be luring, his youth and record might be good enough but the Merseyside outfit needs more!
Liverpool should be really chasing the Premier League, and there’s the Champions League to play aside other commitments. The team needs a proven top player for the role not just someone with good figures for the moment. Continue reading “LIVERPOOL CANNOT SETTLE FOR ROBERTSON”