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newsfootballa month ago

Modern football has less magic and fantasy because it’s taken up difference pace, admits Thiago Alcantara

Thiago Alcantara believes that football has changed and transformed over the years but that has sucked the magic and fantasy out of the game with the game changing rapidly. The Spaniard also confessed his hate for VAR because of the changes it has brought to the game, stop and starts as well.
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featurefootballa month ago

Why your team will suck at the Euro 2020: Spain and death by a thousand passes

Gorgeous kits, gorgeous passers and nothing else; that’s what defines Spain since their golden generation disappeared into the abyss although not many believe that. Luis Enrique still doesn’t have his first XI and doesn’t believe his side are great and, on that note, here is why La Furia Rojas suck.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Reports | Bayern Munich eyeing up move for Stade Rennais’ teenager Eduardo Camavinga

According to France Football, Bayern Munich are looking to reinforcement their midfield this summer and believe that 18-year-old Eduardo Camavinga is their best option to do so. The teenager is considered to be one of the brightest prospects in his age group with Real Madrid also interested.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Frustrating not to get wins even when we’ve been better, asserts Thiago Alcantara

Thiago Alcantara has admitted that it has been frustrating for Liverpool to not get all three points even when they have played well this season. The Spaniard arrived from Bayern Munich last summer but hasn’t the greatest time at Anfield, with Liverpool struggling to play their best football.
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newsfootball5 months ago

Thought Thiago would have been more suited to Manchester United’s team, admits Paul Scholes

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has revealed that he believes Thiago Alcantara suits the Red Devils’ team as he isn’t a Jurgen Klopp type player. The Spaniard has struggled to live up to the hype since he signed for the club over the summer with just sixteen appearances for the Reds.
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newsfootball8 months ago

Thiago Alcantara can repeat Bayern Munich success with Liverpool, reveals Xabi Alonso

Former Liverpool and Bayern Munich star Xabi Alonso has opined that Thiago Alcantara can repeat the success that he had in Germany with the Reds at Anfield over the next few years. The Spaniard signed for Liverpool over the summer but has been forced to endure an injury hit start to his season.
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newsfootball10 months ago

Reports | Liverpool set to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Diogo Jota for £41 million

Having signed Thiago Alcantara for a £20 million initial fee, Liverpool have managed to come to an agreement to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Diogo Jota for £41 million. The Portuguese forward has been a key star for the Molineux side over the last few years and is set to leave this summer.
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newsfootball10 months ago

Reports | Liverpool inch closer to sign Thiago Alacantara for a £27million fee

Liverpool have agreed on a £27 million fee for Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara following Jurgen Klopp’s chase for the footballer ever since the transfer window opened. The Spanish footballer guided the German club to their ever sixth UEFA Champions League title last month.
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featurefootball10 months ago

Manchester United and Liverpool are dreaming of space but they need to touch the ground first

No matter what the clubs across the world say, few wouldn’t have signed him. Ignore the fact that the deal would have placed many clubs in a financial blackhole that would have taken them years and maybe even decades to get out of, for a few, but few would have said no, if afforded the chance.
Siddhant Lazar
newsfootball10 months ago

Liverpool cannot change overnight and try to spend like Chelsea, asserts Jurgen Klopp

With Liverpool having made no major additions to their team, Jurgen Klopp has admitted that the Reds cannot afford to sign many players like the way Chelsea have done this summer. The Reds won the 2019 Champions League trophy before lifting the Premier League title last term under Jurgen Klopp.
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