Friday, 13 July 2018

Liverpool agree fee for Xherdan Shaqiri, medical happening on Friday

Liverpool have agreed a fee for Stoke City and Switzerland winger Xherdan Shaqiri, with the player having his medical on Friday. 

The Reds have effectively marked Naby Keita and Fabinho this late spring, while their endeavors to anchor an arrangement for Lyon commander Nabil Fekir slowed down in June because of wellness concerns. 

While a move for Fekir could even now be restored, Jurgen Klopp's side have hoped to advance quickly in attracting Shaqiri to Anfield. 

As per the Telegraph's John Percy, The Echo's James Pearce,Goal's Melissa Reddy and Paul Joyce, this has seen Liverpool consent to pay the 26-year-old's discharge condition, accepted to be worth around £13.75 million. 

Percy claims Shaqiri is currently due for a restorative on Friday, and giving there are no issues he will be revealed as the club's third fresh debut in the blink of an eye. 

Liverpool would give the Swiss another chance to set up himself at a best level club, having battled for circumstances at both Bayern Munich and Inter Milan. 

He discovered his feet at Stoke, however was before long left drudging on a sinking ship, beating the Potters' goalscoring and help influencing outlines to last season with eight and seven individually. 

In spite of the fact that Shaqiri won't join Klopp's squad as a first-decision winger, he will give quality cover to Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah. 

Their wellness was generally solid in 2017/18, yet the administrator has recognized the requirement for fortifications out wide, especially if the Reds are to challenge for the Premier League title. 

Shaqiri wears the No. 23 for Switzerland, and could well receive the shirt abandoned by Emre Can on his turn to Juventus this late spring.
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Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Tranmere 2-3 Liverpool: Poor 2nd Half from the Reds as Karius has another horror moment

Liverpool beat Tranmere Rovers in their 2nd friendly of the pre-season, but the game was overshadowed by another mistake from goalkeeper Loris Karius.

Jurgen Klopp's side taken off into the Birkenhead sun wearing their new purple away pack, with the administrator handling another improvised side as Adam Lallana wore the commander's armband. 

It took only seven-and-a-half minutes for the guests to break the gridlock, with Sheyi Ojo's diligence down the correct flank permitting Rafa Camacho to slice inside and fire home to make it 1-0. 

Ojo added to the scoresheet himself just before the half-hour, getting the ball on the wing, toying with Mark Ellis and driving low past goalkeeper Scott Davies from a tight point. 

The Reds' third came following a scramble in the punishment zone, with the amazing Andy Robertson in the end backheeling towards Lallana who put his foot through it and into the back of the net. 

Ryan Kent and Dominic Solanke joined for a late open door that was spurned by a fine handle, in what could turn out to be a fitting depiction of the twosome's prospects. 

Klopp rolled out 11 improvements at the break, with Harry Wilson taking up his situation on the privilege of a 4-2-2-2 on the back of marking another five-year contract with the Reds. 

Loris Karius was given an essence of things to come when a standard catch was met with unexpected cheers, and the effect was pounded home promptly as he shanked his endeavored pass. 

Following Solanke's lead from the primary half, Divock Origi kept on battling before objective, impacting an exertion high and wide in the wake of being encouraged through on the right-hand side of the case. 

Also, Liverpool yielded before long, with Karius spilling a free-kick from Ollie Norburn, enabling Jonny Smith to development and diminish the deficiency in a remorseless blow for the No. 1. 

Karius was less to blame for Tranmere's second, with Pedro Chirivella's poor back-pass permitting Amadou Soukouna through to make it 3-2. 

Having been condemning of his side's show in the principal half at Chester, Klopp will have been baffled after half-time at Prenton Park, as his adjusted side neglected to discover any cadence.
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Saturday, 7 July 2018

Chester 0-7 Liverpool: Reds steamroll Chester for opening pre-season win

Liverpool steamrolled Chester 7-0 in their first pre-season game of the season.

The primary half observed Jurgen Klopp's side line up in a 4-2-3-1 arrangement, with Ben Woodburn in a midfield part nearby new addition Fabinho.

Harry Wilson arranged on the right, with youth Curtis Jones on the left and Dominic Solanke focal behind Divock Origi.

Joe Gomez got a keep running in his favored focus back part close by Nathaniel Phillips. Liverpool overwhelmed generally in the sweltering conditions and Wilson specifically looked great.

 It was the Welsh winger who opened the scoring with a short proximity tap in after Alberto Moreno's run and shot down the left. What's more, Wilson made it 2-0 just before half-time, again tapping home from short proximity. 

Half-time saw the hotly anticipated presentation of new marking Naby Keita, with the midfielder arranging close by James Milner as the Reds kept a comparable shape to the initial 45. 

There was an early objective as Daniel Sturridge played a pleasant through ball for Sheyi Ojo and he was cut down when endeavoring to round the 'attendant. Milner dispatched the spot-kick to make it 3-0. 

It was 4-0 not long after as Sturridge got himself on the scoresheet with a decent wrap up. 

What's more, as news sifted around of England taking a 2-0 lead in Russia, Ryan Kent included a fifth for Liverpool. 

As you'd expect, the Reds controlled the game, particularly as the home side tired in the warmth and Danny Ings included a 6th with a decent complete from eight yards. 

Keita developed into the game and demonstrated some decent contacts and great handling capacity, while Roberton and Milner looked sharp and in great wellness. 

The safeguard was infrequently tried in the second half particularly, so next to no chance to survey Danny Ward. 

Sturridge included a seventh late with a beautiful complete from the edge of the container.
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Thursday, 28 June 2018

Where can I get free football betting tips?

Finding football tips that you’d be tempted to bet on can be frustrating, and it’s not helped by the sheer number of websites which offer their own recommended bets and predictions, but it’s reasonably easy to work out the difference between a good tip and a bad one. Football betting is by far one of the most celebrated methods of gambling, so working out who to trust for free tips is more important than you might realise.

Identifying a handful of attributes to look out for in the tips you get behind is the best way to go, as you’ll at least be able to sort out what makes up the sorts of tips that you feel are worth getting involved with. These sorts of characteristics can be hard to work out, especially if you’re still adjusting to betting. Oddschanger are a good site to visit as they offer free football betting tips , as well as advice on how to bet on football markets.

What does a good football tip look like?

Any football tip that’s worth betting on will be backed up by evidence proving that what you’re backing is likely to go a specific way. This can be done by looking into the current form and past results of the teams or players you’re betting on and anything else that could be an indication of the outcome. Things like player availability, previous results between two sides, or a record for scoring goals against a specific team if you’re betting on an Anytime Goalscorer of First Goalscorer bet can also play a part in determining what is likely to happen.

Bookmaker odds are always an important part of the tips you’re betting on but the prices of bets you’re backing will always depend on the sort of bet it is. If you’re backing a single, it’s likely that the odds will be above evens, as you’d need a higher stake to claim any worthwhile returns from getting behind low odds on just one outcome. If you were backing any number of Win Treble tips, it’s to be expected that selections will be in or around the evens mark, with some significantly lower, as you’d be unlikely to land it if all three selections were long odds. Accumulators are likely to have the shortest odds due to the fact that there’s at least six selections, with the weaker prices being made up for by some riskier alternatives.

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Friday, 8 June 2018

Nabil Fekir has passed his medical. Announce to be made tonight

Nabil Fekir has passed his Liverpool medical and is now set to be announced as a Liverpool player by tonight.

There were some reports online about a knee issue and some confusion about it, but that seems to have been resolved and he is set to be announced as a Liverpool player.

Bits of gossip coursed via the online media on Friday morning that the move for the Frenchman was in risk due to him having failed his medical, however the Liverpool Echo have announced that a "moment supposition was looked for on a knee issue yet those feelings of trepidation were facilitated." 

Fekir missed an expansive piece of the 2015/16 season in the wake of misery a cracked knee tendon where he got a ligament injury. 

It implies that Liverpool are currently set to finish the marking of the flexible midfielder, with an underlying expense of £48 million concurred with Lyon. 

A picture has been spilled via web-based networking media indicating Fekir in a Liverpool shirt in a meeting for the club's TV channel, LFCTV – that meeting occurred in Paris on Thursday evening, when the underlying restorative examination likewise occurred. 

Reports from France assert that the news can't be affirmed until no less than 5pm French time (4pm UK) because of some rules of the Stock Market.
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Tuesday, 15 May 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia Fixtures | All the schedule for the tournament in Russia

Hosts Russia will start the 2018 World Cup finals in under a month against Saudi Arabia in Moscow, while guarding champions Germany will begin against Mexico. 

Five-time champs Brazil will face Switzerland in their first Group E match with Costa Rica and Serbia making up one of the harder get-togethers. 

European champions Portugal will play neighbors Spain in their first match in Group B, while Argentina were set in Group D with newcomers Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria. 

Britain will go up against the other introduction country Panama in Group G, in any case open against Tunisia before confronting the party's best seeds Belgium.

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Saturday, 17 March 2018

Liverpool 5-0 Watford | Stunning Salah performance seals win at Anfield

Liverpool brushed aside Watford at anfield by 5-0 to get a priceless win at Anfield with Mo Salah scoring 4 and Firmino scoring a great goal for Klopp's men.

With top-four adversaries Man United, Tottenham and Chelsea all in real life in the FA Cup quarter-finals throughout the end of the week, the Reds' conflict with Watford gave an essential opportunity. 

The Hornets' landing in Anfield returned on the of a 2-1 misfortune for Jurgen Klopp's side on account of United seven days past, featuring the requirement for a reaction. 

Luckily, Liverpool wound up fit as a fiddle in front of their last game before the March universal break, with just Dejan Lovren passing up a great opportunity because of damage. 

Watford endured a 3-0 misfortune to Arsenal the last time out, giving Klopp the outline for another persuading win, and they without a doubt dealt with that. 

The Reds got off to the ideal begin as the snow fell at Anfield, with Mohamed Salah recreating his performance objective against Tottenham as he swindled the Watford protection to open the scoring on four minutes. 

Proceeding to overwhelm, Liverpool's mood took a brush as Emre Can was constrained off the field through damage on the half-hour, with James Milner having his spot. 

Watford developed into the game as missteps crawled into the hosts' midfield, and Loris Karius was compelled to make his first spare of the day to deny Richarlison. 

At the opposite end a splendid counter-assaulting drove by Salah nearly observed Roberto Firmino twofold the lead, however Orestis Karnezis was there to make the stop. 

They didn't need to sit tight yearn for another, be that as it may, with Salah available to make it 2-0 after Andrew Robertson's staggering cross from the left flank. 

Subsequent to scoring inside four minutes in the primary half, Liverpool did likewise after the break, with Salah turning supplier for Firmino who back-obeyed the Egyptian's cut cross home in magnificent design. 

The Reds were first to everything all through, creating an incredible reaction to their thrashing to United as they dealt with the game impeccably. 

Klopp rolled out his second improvement of the night with 20 minutes left to play, as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain took to the field to supplant Georginio Wijnaldum, giving additionally push from the center of the recreation center. 

The England midfielder stung the palms of Karnezis with a long-go exertion as the Reds pushed for another, yet it was Salah who broadened the lead. 

Getting the ball from Sadio Mane, Salah sidestepped three Watford protectors with a solitary turn, with his shot escaping the goalkeeper to sneak in for his first cap trap for Liverpool. 

What's more, he wasn't done there, hammering the ball into the back of the net after Danny Ings' shot was spilled into his way, fixing his fourth objective of the game and a 5-0 win.
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