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Liverpool defeated opponents Sydney FC 3-0 in a friendly game played to celebrate the club’s 125-year anniversary.


Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher got action time as they played 46 minutes apiece.

Daniel Sturridge, Alberto Moreno and Roberto Firmino scored each of the three goals against the Australian side. Sydney are the A-League title holders – a title they lifted earlier this month after seeing off stiff competition.

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Premier League side Liverpool are on course to make automatic qualification for the UEFA Champions League at the end of the season.


There were worries that Liverpool would flunk their chances, considering Arsenal are perennial top four side.
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La Liga side Atletico Madrid thrashed Celta Vigo 3-2 to remain in competition for the title.


The fourth placed outfit saw goals from Fernando Torres, Yannick Carrasco and Antoine Griezmann to seal the win.
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Daniel Agger shocked the football world after announcing retirement at the age of 31.


The former Liverpool defender only recently left the Premier league in order to joinBrondby, the club where he started his career. In his eight years at Liverpool,Agger became one of the top ball playing centre backs in the Premier League. The quality within the Danish international was clearly apparent and Barcelona were even trying to sign him for around £ 30 million just a year before he joinedBrondby. However, he has rather quickly announced his retirement after suffering numerous injuries over the last 18 months.
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The lid on the special benefits Daniel Agger received when he exited his club Liverpool has been opened.


The strange deal between the Danish centre back and his boyhood club Brondby was thrown open after The Times published an investigation on the terms of his contract.
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Former Liverpool skipper Daniel Agger says he is impressed with the Reds this term under manager Jurgen Klopp.


The veteran defender was in attendance when Liverpool clashed with archrivals Manchester United in the English Premier League. The retired Danish international believes that his former club are on the right path to meet his expectations this term. He was impressed with their performance in Klopp’s debut season, and believes they would meet expectations this year.
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Bayern Munich star player Xabi Alonso has saluted the 2008/2009 Liverpool squad.


He said the team is the best he has played in. The Spain international joined Anfield in 2004. He spent five seasons, winning the UEFA Champions League and an FA Cup before exiting. He moved to Real Madrid for £30 million in 2009 before his transfer to the German side in 2014.
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Daniel Agger confesses that the cause of the health problems he had during his Brondby stint was the huge number of pain killers he had consumed through the past years.

Recalling the game during which he had lost his consciousness, Agger reveals that he had a total of four painkillers that day from the time he had gotten up from the bed to the time he had stepped into the team bus and the tablets had such an effect on him that he didn’t understand when his eyes closed and he slept as he was on his way to the stadium.

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These days it is very common for players to move from one club to another throughout their career. It seems increasingly difficult for academy prospects o make first team and build careers long term at a club.

Expensive signings that are established elsewhere are the norm in a bid to fast track success of top and aspiring clubs. When players underperform, they are quickly shipped out. Fans of Brondby took to social media to thank one of their notable players that returned after his exploits in elsewhere.

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Former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has explained why he retired from football.


The Danish defender spent almost a decade at Anfield before heading back to his boyhood club Brondby FC. He left in 2014 after a falling out with then coach Brendan Rodgers. The 31-year old revealed how he was forced to take painkillers for several years when he was playing actively. The player has played for just two clubs in the whole of his career. Brondby, all through his youth until he joined Liverpool in the 2005/2006 season for £7.5 million and then returned years later.

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