Former West Bromwich Albion forward Saido Berahino, who left three years back, is open to returning to the club. He is hoping he can get a chance with coach Slaven Bilic following the cancelation of his contract in Belgium where he played.
Berahino netted six times in 17 starts for the Belgian side ZulteWaregem but due to the impact of Covid-19, the club is liaising with the agent of the player to get new employers. The forward says he is not happy about happenings as he was starting to adjust to the new league. He took a risk moving to Belgium having not played outside of England before. He said he spoke to his family and agreed it was where he could get a fresh start.
Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp speaks on the availability of their star players, James Milner and Joe Gomez against Chelsea. He made it clear that they are all set to face the blues in the fifth round of the FA cup.
Just two days after their stunning defeat by 3-0
against Watford at Vicarage Road, the “reds” travel to Stamford
Bridge on Tuesday. The Premier League leaders face their first loss of this
season on Saturday.
Since Liverpool midfielder Fabinho, picked up a knock, the sight of James Milner in the squad is hardly a surprise to anyone who knows how much utility the former Manchester City man has provided to the Reds since making the switch from Etihad.
Liverpool’s 5-2 win over local rivals Everton was overseen by Milner who captained the Reds on Wednesday.
Jurgen Klopp has managed to extend Liverpool’s unbeaten run to 32 in all competitions and as the praises continue to poor in for the former Borussia Dortmund coach and his current team, Milner believes that he and his teammates have much more to offer.
No man is an island and he will always be a social animal. It’s not even a choice. Any association that brings two or more people together always has comparisons and differences tarrying along.
In football, trophies invariably take first place, first point of call to reflect on your club and check how much they’ve sucked over the years in comparison to others, especially close rivals.
This weekend will see a clash of the titans game at the Anfield when Liverpool face London rivals Arsenal. Both teams have taken maximum points so far with the Home team defeating Norwich and Southampton while Arsenal defeated Newcastle and Burnley.
Liverpool have continued from where they stopped last season with the front three playing a huge role in the two victories. Sadio Mane, in particular, has been exceptional since his return from the AFCON and looks to be back to his very best.
Liverpool are reportedly interested in the signing of Nigerian sensation Samuel Chukwueze according to reports from Spain.
The 20-year-old Villareal winger has enjoyed a breakout campaign for the club regularly terrorizing opposing defences with a mix of pace and dribbling skills.
From his regular role of midfield, James Milner now moved to the full-back. The experience and attitude of this veteran player are significant in attack as well as in defense.
These players have been made for game and nights like this one, and now Jürgen Klopp also realizes the same. James Milner is now 33, but the enthusiasm and desire of this midfield typify what Klopp wants to see in his players. The suspension of Andy Robertson would most probably save the manager worrying about whether or not this veteran midfielder should play in the game.
Liverpool’s injury crisis has deepened ahead of their Uefa champions league tie against Bayern Munich at Anfield. Roberto Firmino is a doubt for the clash after he was forced to miss the crucial final training session.
The Brazil striker, who has become an integral part of Klopp’s squad, was not at Melwood (the club’s training base) on Monday due to the effects of a virus. It remains to be seen how serious the virus proves to be but there is certainly a questionmark over whether Roberto Firmino will be able to make the starting line-up and, as a result, Daniel Sturridge is now on standby.
Jurgen Klopp reckons that while silverware is a very important part of the career of any coach, his aim as a coach at Liverpool is to create a pool of players which can go on and achieve success for a very long time and he is working towards that.
Recently Jose Mourinho talked about the fact that Klopp doesn’t have silverware to show off as the coach of Liverpool and silverware is actually what matters in the game. Klopp didn’t dismiss the thoughts of the Portuguese, but he did stress that there are things other than silverware which matter too.
Daniel Agger the former defender Danish has pinpointed some of the moments which ‘changed many things’ in his career – around five years before the time he left Liverpool. The Danish has spent eight years at Anfield, and in his eight years he made 232 appearances total, and with his performances, he became one of the most popular stars of Kop.
But, during his spell at Anfield, his game was interrupted by injury often, and this is the reason that he was forced to take retirement from the game at the 31 just. He said on this it was important to take retirement at this time “The time when I am still ahead”. On the social media, Agger shared one of his picture in which he was seen challenging for a ball during the win of Reds’ 5-0 pre-season over Singapore League Select XI in the year 2009.