Loris Karius apologises to Liverpool after final flop

Compartir

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius deserves "a second chance" after his mistakes in the Champions League final, says Bruce Grobbelaar. He is young enough and has enough talent to bounce back but the fact of the matter is, Klopp and Liverpool had already been scouting for a new goalkeeper even before the final. Steve Nicol gives his stamp of approval to Liverpool's signing of Fabinho from Monaco, but he isn't sure the midfielder will start right away.

"After the final whistle, I was really angry at Ramos, because he hurt the player that I support, the one I was hoping could win the Champions League".

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has said several players will be going in and out at the La Liga champions this summer but would not confirm whether Antoine Griezmann would be one of them.

We are happy to keep him.

Postergaron el aumento de los combustibles
Así, el aumento que comenzará a regir mañana, estará compuesto en parte por el ITC , y el resto por mayores costos. Por lo pronto, Shell anunció los nuevos precios en las estaciones de servicio de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.

Speaking at a news conference while on global duty, Alisson said he would think about his future after the World Cup and added that his agents were "dealing with off-field matters".

"I know I messed it up with the two mistakes and let you all down The scenes are still running through my head again and again". Something like that can also happen to a professional footballer.

Lyon playmaker Fekir has been identified as the man to fill Philippe Coutinho's boots at Anfield, with Goal revealing that a £60 million pursuit of the Frenchman has been stepped up.

He said that despite the injury he will go to the World Cup in Russian Federation, and hopes to recover soon. "The next season will be different, it's not easy to play at FC Barcelona the first year because Soccer model is quite different from the rest". We got to the Champions League final with that midfield three of Wijnaldum, Milner, Henderson, they've been absolutely superb - but they're workaholics.

Compartir