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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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Porto 0-5 Liverpool : Reds thrash Porto as Mane nets hat-trick in the Champions League

Liverpool thrashed Porto 5-0 in the UEFA Champions League round of 16,  making the home leg a formality as they most certainly booked a place in the Champione League quarter-finals.

It had been nine long a very long time since the Reds last had a knockout stage game to anticipate in Europe's best club rivalry—the quarter-last misfortune to Chelsea in 2009. 

Klopp rolled out three improvements to the group that beat Southampton 2-0 on Sunday, with Dejan Lovren, Jordan Henderson and James Milner all beginning. 

Joel Matip, Emre Can and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were the trio to clear a path, with Can discounted through suspension. 

Trent Alexander-Arnold held his place at ideal back regardless of Joe Gomez being accessible, while Loris Karius was liked to Simon Mignolet in objective, obviously. 

Liverpool didn't settle well in the opening trades on an absorbing wet night Portugal, with the hosts debilitating all the more at an early stage. 

Otavio so almost place Porto in front following nine minutes, however a last-discard Lovren piece saw the ball circle crawls over Karius' crossbar. 

Andrew Robertson, influencing his Champions To league make a big appearance, effervesced a long-extend exertion over, as the Reds began to develop into the game. 

Mohamed Salah had a great opportunity to tee up Sadio Mane for the opener, however his go over the punishment territory was removed vitally. 

Liverpool were 1-0 up halfway through the primary half, in any case, as Mane's shot crushed through Jose Sa's hands in awful mold for the goalkeeper. 

It was the sort of shabby objective the Reds essentially haven't been skilled this season. 

After four minutes, the Reds were in lala land, as Milner's magnificent twisted exertion hit the post and Salah in the end handed over the bounce back, after some commonly snappy feet. 

Soares verged on lessening the overdue debts just before half-time, yet notwithstanding that and a somewhat temperamental begin, it had been a relatively consummate 45 minutes for Klopp and his players. 

It was a sketchy start to the second half, with neither one of the sides finding any beat in conclusive third. 

Liverpool were 3-0 up seven minutes after the restart, however, as Mane completed off a staggering move began by the irrepressible Roberto Firmino. 

The Brazilian's flick discovered Salah, who discovered him with an arrival pass, and despite the fact that his shot was kept out by Sa, Mane was close by to shoot home. 

The home group fell totally level after the Reds' third objective, and Firmino nearly got on the finish of Alexander-Arnold's cross. 

Firmino wasn't left disappointed for long, as Milner's curtailed was mercilessly dispatched by the previous Hoffenheim man, who got his 21st objective of the season. 

Mane finished his cap trap in sublime form five minutes from time, thundering home a deadly strike to send the voyaging supporters much more joyous. 

The rest of the game was seen out no sweat by a wild Liverpool equip, on a unique European night for the club. 

It was an outcome past anybody of a Reds influences' most extravagant fantasies, and a place in the quarter-finals is currently without a doubt secured.
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Sunday, 14 January 2018

Liverpool 4-3 Manchester City: Reds stun league leaders to end City's unbeaten run

Liverpool stunned Manchester City by 4-3 to end their unbeaten run and ended their dreams of an invincible season in the Premier League.

On the back of a 17-game unbeaten run, the Reds confronted their greatest test since their 4-1 lowering at Tottenham back in October. 

With champions-choose City venturing out to Anfield hoping to proceed with their close flawless league battle, Liverpool were entrusted with turning into the principal side to overcome them on the residential stage this term. 

Liveliness Guardiola's side had dropped focuses on only two of 22 events heading into Sunday's conflict, with draws against Everton and Crystal Palace coming four months separated. 

Having lost Philippe Coutinho, Liverpool were prepared for a genuine trial of their qualifications with Jurgen Klopp additionally without the harmed Virgil van Dijk. 

Anxious to demonstrate they can proceed with their climb without their No. 10, the Reds took to the field searching for an announcement triumph, and they absolutely conveyed. 

Liverpool took the battle to City in the opening stages, with a quick exchange between Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah seeing the best scorer have an early shot blocked. 

The hosts had their objective before the 10-minute stamp, however, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain lifting the bunch together from Firmino and driving forward to hit a low, long-extend exertion past Ederson to make it 1-0. 

With Anfield thundering them on, the Reds kept up the weight following their opener, however Sergio Aguero was inside crawls of an equalizer at the opposite end on 20 minutes. 

Oxlade-Chamberlain was in battling structure all through, and the ex-Arsenal midfielder nearly teed up Firmino for a close post header in the wake of muscling early substitute Danilo off the ball on the right. 

However, the Reds were pegged back just before half-time, with Loris Karius—liked to Simon Mignolet as Klopp thinks about a changing of the protect—beaten at his close post by Leroy Sane. 

The two sides kept up the power after the break, and City focus back Nicolas Otamendi struck the bar before the Kop with a header from a corner. 

At the opposite end City were left to depend on the heroics of Ederson to deny both Salah and Oxlade-Chamberlain, with Liverpool pushing hard to edge ahead for a moment time. 

The Brazilian could do nothing to stop Firmino's twisting exertion just before the hour, however, with Liverpool's No. 9 disregarding John Stones after Oxlade-Chamberlain's through pass and lifting the ball over his comrade to make it 2-1. 

What's more, subsequent to hitting the post with a singing exertion specifically after, Mane gave the Reds a two-objective lead with an intense strike into the best corner as City came apart. 

At that point with Ederson shanking a freedom into the way of Salah in the wake of hurrying out, the goalkeeper could do only look as the Egyptian lifted a 35-yard shot over him and into the net. 

Liverpool were permitted to have a ball after that eight-minute whirlwind, and however Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan lessened the deficiency late on Klopp's side could hang on for a staggering win.
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Friday, 12 January 2018

Liverpool have agreed a fee with Leipzig for the transfer of Naby Keita in January Transfer Window

Liverpool have agreed a fee with RB Leipzig for the transfer of Naby Keita in the January transfer window, Anfield Planet understands.

The Guinean will make the move to Anfield earlier than expected, and will sign officially for the club next week.

Keita, was rumored to be unsettled and had his head already at Liverpool, BILD had recently reported.

But it appears now that Liverpool have agreed a fee with Leipzig and will pay an additional sum to the earlier fee paid in the summer.

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Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool don't have to replace Philippe Coutinho after his transfer to Barcelona

Klopp with Philippe Coutinho

Jurgen Klopp has today said that it is not a necessity to replace Philippe Coutinho this month, saying Liverpool will be alright without the Brazilian ace.

He further says Liverpool will be alright after Coutinho to Barcelona transfer.

Coutinho made a stunning £142 million change to the Catalan side prior in the month, leaving a void in the Liverpool side. 

From that point forward, there has been an objection for the 25-year-old to be supplanted by another best player, with different names mooted. 

Talking in his pre-Man City public interview on Friday, Klopp rushed to express that he won't bring another person in January. 

"There was no other choice (however to offer Coutinho)," Klopp told columnists. 

"The club had a go at everything to persuade Phil to remain here. It's reality when I say he cleared out Liverpool just for one club, Barcelona. There was a minute we needed to acknowledge that. 

"We don't need to supplant him, what we need to do is venture up. I would prefer not to sound impolite in light of the fact that he was five years here yet we just need to go ahead. 

"We will have 11 players, we've played phenomenal football without Phil." 

Klopp was gotten some information about the likeness of losing huge name players while at Dortmund. 

"We lost a lot of players at Dortmund. You generally need to respond. It's about the environment in the club. On the off chance that we get a free-kick on Sunday and anybody is thinking 'Phil!' that wouldn't be excessively cool. 

"Losing one player was never an issue [at Dortmund]." 

Klopp's remarks may not be met with all inclusive joy by Liverpool supporters, who are worried about Coutinho's exit hampering their best four and Champions League trusts. 

It is significant that the supervisor is never one to talk too sincerely in question and answer sessions – he asserted Coutinho may be fit to confront City a week ago! – so his remarks must be taken with a squeeze of salt. 

In the event that there isn't work being done on new players arriving, in any case, it would be a noteworthy astonishment. 

Klopp likewise talked about moves as a rule, with Daniel Sturridge's future not yet decided, saying he will never lose rest about the odd player taking off. 

"Until January 31 a considerable measure of things can occur in the exchange window. Not simply with Daniel," he included. 

It could be an intriguing couple of weeks.
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