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.
In the picture Agger was seen falling under the Noh Alam Sham challenge during having a win in Asia, this would have led him missing the initial three months of season 2009/10. In the previous campaign, Agger had played twenty-six times, which made Liverpool finish at the second position – was taken back in the 78th minute, and not seen again until the October month of the same year after going through the back surgery.
In spite of making 153 appearances, one after one after that surgery, he was not able to secure his position in the team. According to him, this incident is the one that leads to his early retirement. He considers this incident as the root of the problems that caused his early retirement from the game. On his twitter post, he shared, “This little jump/fall changed everything.”