Liverpool gunned down the gunners in a penalty shoot out after Divock Origi With the scoreline sitting at a remarkable 5-4, took it upon himself to find the back of the net and take the game to penalties with a goal right at the death. equalized making it 5:5. It was indeed a classic match.
The living legend George weah is a former professional player, and the the president of Liberia. He was born on 1966 in Monrovia, Liberia, grew up in a slum in Liberia’s capital. He played for several big teams in Eroupe including Ac Milan, Monaco, Paris Sainte German, Chelsea of which he was on loan, Manchester City, Marseille and winded up with Al-Jazira in the UAE Pro-League. Weah was unstoppable, especially in 1995 when he was playing for both AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain of which he presented an incredible performance that was very impressive. Since hardworking always pays Weah was awarded several individual awards: Ballon d’Or, FIFA, world player of the year and many others.
He is the first African to win such awards and so the the only. The former arsenal fc manager Arsene Wenger was the one whom he dedicated his victory of FIFA World Player of the Year and thanked for shaping him into world class player. Arsene Wenger torched his career, he signed him to Monaco from Cameroonian club making his first debut for monaco in 1987.Weah was so fit that his skills of pace, stamina, technical ity, and brilliant attacking instincts were incredible.
Despite achieving several titles and numerous awards in his football career, he also achieved a lot for his people in Liberia. He completely ceased a civil war that took a long time and later joined politics. In 2014 he was elected as a senator. He ran for president in 2005, losing to Ellen JohnsonSirleaf. Weah became the president of Liberia in January 2018 and has served since then.
The current manager of Club Rangers and a former English professional footballer Steven George Gerrard Has spent the majority of his playing career as a midfielder for Liverpool, with most of that time spent as a Captain . He has achieved a lot with The Giant “never walk alone” the Reds. .Steven Gerard successfully played seventeen seasons in his football career. The legend has won numerous domestic and European trophies Including the UEFA Champions League in 2005.
He is a great leader, strong in tackle, can hit the ball at ferocious speed, has good vision, scores great goals, he is most remembered for his victory of the UEFA Champions league 2005 against Ac milan of which Liverpool Fc were 3:0 down in the first half before a topt-notch come back and Liverpool win in a penalty shoot out.
The legend has one dream pending, the dream to lift the English premier league. Gerard has never lifted the English premier league. Gerard left no stone unturned to lift the English premier league through out his football career at Liverpool fc. He is still haunted by his infamous slip against Chelsea in 2014, which effectively cost Liverpool a first league title for 24 years giving a way for Manchester city to win the trophy by a goal deference against Liverpool.
The legend is still ambitious and has the energy and can fulfill his dream of lifting the English premier league. His managerial career can be a double deal for him to accomplish his dream of lifting the English premier League.
The loyal supporters of the legend are still convinced that he can make it happen as a manager. He is one of the most celebrated midfielder of his time. Every dream is valid and for Gerard the sky is the limit.
Recently a new rumor has emerged according to El Desmarque (as claimed by Sky Sports), £90m plus Gareth Bale in exchange for Paul Pogba, a midfielder from Manchester United. The 26-year-old, however, needs to improve his performance in the upcoming month to make the move happen and the Red Devils should accept the offer since the team has been underperforming and taking the 14th in English premier league table. the Reds require significant revamp to redeem the lost pride.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær, the Old Trafford Boss, is struggling to grind out results and a lack of conversion in the attacking third has led to an array of underwhelming outcomes. The dearth of creativity in the centre of the pitch has been a problem too and a player of Pogba’s profile has failed to produce anything spectacular to turn things around.
Bale, though in his thirties, would be more effective than Jesse Lingard from the right-hand flank and his profound Premier League experience (during his Spurs stint) is touted to be an added boost in grabbing results from close contests. Zinedine Zidane has utilized the Welshman despite a strained relationship and Bale, with two goals and assists each from 6 La Liga encounters, has showcased a steady start so far in restoring his repute.
Although the signing of Gareth Bale would be nothing but a short-fix for the English heavyweights, the fall of Paul Pogba is a worrying sign. It may lead to a significant financial loss for United if things do not improve and the club must accept any decent offer for the Les Bleus sensation before his valuation drops furthermoreg