Match Preview: Liverpool v Sevilla

The Reds will return to Champions League action on Wednesday when they face Sevilla at Anfield.

Liverpool held by Sevilla in Champions League opener

Liverpool began their Champions League group stage campaign with a 2-2 draw with Sevilla at Anfield on Wednesday.

Match Day: Liverpool 1-1 Burnley

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Goal Highlights: Liverpool 1-1 Burnley

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Showing posts with label world cup. Show all posts
Showing posts with label world cup. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Fernando Torres injury update

Liverpool’s Head of Sport Science and Medicine, Peter Brukner will be flying to Madrid to meet up with Fernando Torres to assess the damage. Fernando Torres, who is beginning an extended break, has undergo a scan yesterday.

Initial fears that he pulled up with a hamstring injury appear to have diminished and he is now believed to have suffered a groin injury which could be out for 3-8 weeks out depending on the severity.

   "It certainly looked like it might have been bad but it seems not too bad.

"We are optimistic it is not going to be too bad." Reds doctor told BBC Sport

Fernando Torres He had only been on the pitch for 10 minutes when he had a hand in Andres Iniesta's winning goal, but moments later he was stretchered off with a left adductor injury after pulling up abruptly while chasing a through ball.

Chelsea are reported to open the bidding for Torres, in the region of £50million. This injury may have put the bidding in doubt for the moment. Liverpool FC has slapped a £70million price tag on Torres and Chelsea’s offer somehow fell short of Liverpool’s valuation.Torres with World Cup trophy


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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Serbian forward signs three-year deal

Milan Jovanovic Serbia international Milan Jovanovic has penned a three-year deal at Melwood on 8 July. The 29-year-old forward was one of Serbia’s star performer at the World Cup, scoring the winning goal against Germany.

  "It is an honour for me to sign for one of the biggest clubs in football.

"I cannot wait to start working with the manager and I'm looking forward to joining up with my new teammates on our Swiss training camp." Jovanovic told

He has spent the previous four years at Standard Liege, where he won Belgian Footballer of the Year in 2008 and the Golden Shoe in 2009. Jovanovic arrived on a free transfer, he will provide the much needed cover for our star striker, Fernando Torres.

Milan Jovanovic Milan “The Snake” Jovanovic has been handed the iconic No.10 shirt after completing his transfer from Standard Liege. The number has previously been worn by Anfield legends like John Barnes, Terry McDermott, Jan Molby, Luis Garcia and John Toshack.


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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Weekend Link – August 16: Three words to sum up Manchester City, Exploding iPhone, Ever wanted to shoot Cristiano Ronaldo with a cannon?, Why Should Australia Host The FIFA World Cup?, 10 players to watch out for in 2009-10


Another round of weekend link galore. The Barclays Premier League is back! The Reds are visiting White Hart Lane today.


Three words to sum up Manchester City

- Football Corner


Beware all iPhone users: The device is a time bomb!

- Pulp to Fiction


Ever wanted to shoot Cristiano Ronaldo with a cannon?

- 90minutes Online


Why Should Australia Host The FIFA World Cup?

- FIFA World cup Australia 2018


10 players to watch out for in 2009-10

- The Sport Review


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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Reds on target for international friendlies

A mid-week World Cup qualifier warm up matches been held last night. Two of the Liverpool players were on the scoresheet for thier respective countries. Xabi Alonso scored twice for Spain to beat Daniel Agger's Denmark 3-0.

While, Rafa trying to offload Alonso, he's getting better and better each game for Spain and Liverpool. In return, it may forced Rafa to reconsider his decision to sell Xabi.

Robbie Keane Meanwhile, Robbie Keane bagged his 34th international goal as the Republic of Ireland drew 1-1 with Norway. The game also saw Steve Finnan make his international return.

It’s always nice to score as a striker. But it’s important to score for the team and that is the most important thing. It would have been nice to have held out for the win but it wasn’t to be. - Robbie Keane, Setanta Sport

Elsewhere, Andrea Dossena earned his second international cap when he came on in the second half during Italy's 2-2 draw with Austria.

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