LIVERPOOL SQUAD STRONG ENOUGH?

Premier League side Liverpool are still trying to add a few players before the transfer deadline but if they cannot, is the current set-up strong enough to challenge for the title? Jurgen Klopp and his boys are yet to lift a major title despite going close. The German manager has done a lot of work with the team but he needs to get lift a title to cement his achievements. Mohammed Salah, Dominic Solanke, Andrew Robertson have joined while the…

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Liverpool needs new players

David Ngog believes that the Anfield side needs some new players if they are to challenge for the title. He said that it was a good thing for Liverpool to make it to the Champions League as this will allow them to sign new players. Indeed Jurgen Klopp stated last year that it was difficult for Liverpool to attract quality players as they were not in the Champions League. David Ngog believes that now they do not have any excuses…

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WHERE KLOPP LOST THE TITLE RACE?

Jurgen Klopp arrived Liverpool with a bang, helping the club dare to dream again after their then recent slump. The club reached two finals but there was hope.


This season was supposed to be that season for the club. They started well but then the German manager failed to address some issues that seemed to have impacted their title chase this season.

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Ngog on Liverpool title chances

Former Liverpool striker David Ngog said that Jurgen Klopp had changed the way the side plays and believes that they have a great chance to win the title this season.


He believes that it will all depend on the result of the match against Chelsea.

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NGOG: A PREMIER LEAGUE FLOP

David N’Gog, the French professional footballer who currently plays as a striker for Greece super league club Panionios, is adjudged to be one of the worst strikers to have ever played in the Premier League.


N’Gog started his football career with French Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain, where he made his senior debut in 2006 before he proceeded to win the Coupe de la Ligue in 2008.

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Bob Bradley is aware of the difficult challenge that lies ahead

Bob Bradley was appointed as the head coach of Swansea City on October 3 and after being in charge of the Premier League club for 3 league matches so far, Bradley has not been able to seal a single victory after having lost against: Arsenal and Watford while only being able to draw against Watford.

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Ngog joined Greek side

Former Liverpool striker David N’Gog has signed a one-year contract with Greek club Panionios.

The club has refused to disclose the amount they paid for the player and only stated that they are happy to have signed a player of this quality.

David N’Gog has played for several European clubs before namely Reims, Paris Saint-Germain, Swansea City, Bolton Wanderers as well as Liverpool. He also has good experience of international football during his time with the French youth team.

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Benitez positive for new season

Rafael Benitez has asked fans to remain positive ahead of the new season.

Indeed Newcastle will be playing in the Championship after their relegation from the Premier League, and the Spanish manager has stated that it will not be easy to win the promotion back to the Premier League. The presence of Rafael Benitez as manager has created a sense of optimism and they want to believe that they can win the Championship easily.

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A fresh era begins for Swansea City with the new owners

Ever since Swansea City was promoted to the Premier League, they have been competing for the top 12 spots of the top tier English League but haven’t really managed to seal a European position that would allow them to participate in the Champions League or in the Europa League on a consistent basis.

However, this might change soon as Swansea City has new owners and they are expected to bring a new era for the Premier League club.

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After Reims was relegated from Ligue 1, Olivier Guegan was sacked

Olivier Guegan became the coach of Reims back on April of 2015 and after just 1 year in charge of the French club, he was sacked and one of the main reasons of why this occurred was because Reims suffered relegation after having gone through a mediocre season where they only managed to win 10 victories, 19 defeats and 9 draws.

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