EPL News February 12th

by dmmd98 on May 19, 2013

Defender Daniel Agger has threatened to quit Liverpool unless he is handed a regular starting place. (The Sun)

Daniel Agger appears to be another player who just isn’t Rafa’s cup of a tea. It wouldn’t shock me if Liverpool pull an John Arne Riise and sell Agger to fund other moves.

Midfielder Niko Kranjcar has revealed he wants to quit Portsmouth to join a bigger club. (Daily Mirror)

Was only a matter of time before Kranjcar expressed an interest in joining the ever growing list of players who want out at Portsmouth.

Liverpool are trying to sign Barcelona’s teenage winger Gerard Deulofeu, who is only 14. (Daily Mirror)

Does Deulofeu have a younger brother who Arsenal can sign? Things must be calming down when rumors of some 14 year old are popping up.

Everton manager David Moyes will attempt to keep on-loan Manchester City striker Jo at Goodison Park permanently. (The Sun)

Easy now, Jo has only played one game for Everton. Yes, he scored two goals but a career that does not make.

Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack has described former manager Luiz Felipe Scolari as the “weakest link”. (Daily Star)

So says the 32 year old midfielder who has always been the bridesmaid and rarely the bride over his career.

Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson, who parted company with Manchester City in June 2008 and is now coach of Mexico, has hinted that he may be open to a return to the Premier League, with Portsmouth keen on the Swede. (Daily Mirror)

Sven-Goren Eriksson may be available for work in England and any place else after Mexico’s dreadful performance last night. Sven may be on borrowed time in charge of Mexico.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says he would give up winning every domestic trophy this season to clinch further Champions League glory. (The Sun)

One can make that claim when you have won 10 EPL titles but “only” (still impressive just winning one) Champions League title.

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