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Odds significantly slashed on Liverpool signing Bruno Fernandes

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 13:58

Liverpool have been tipped to sign Sporting and Portugal star Bruno Fernandes this summer.

Odds have been slashed for the Reds to land the highly-rated Sporting star following a flurry of large bets.

Liverpool are now at a short 1/9 to land the Portugal international with the price falling from 7/4.

That makes Jurgen Klopp's men stand-out favourites ahead of rivals Manchester United, who are at 3/1, followed by Atletico Madrid, priced at a longer 13/2.

It's believed Sporting's asking price for Fernandes is around £70 million with the midfielder having four years still remaining on his current contract.

That price will only have been elevated following Fernandes' success in the UEFA Nations League with Portugal, who won the inaugural edition of the tournament this summer.

And reports suggest that Manchester United will not not meet that valuation, and that has seen a number of bets placed on Liverpool to do a deal.

However, the ECHO understands Liverpool are highly unlikely to spend big money in this window, with Klopp happy with the options in his squad at present.

Fernandes netted 23 goals in 41 games across all competitions, helping his team to a third-place finish, and it's that sort of form which has seen him become subject to interest this summer.

The 24-year-old is currently on holiday following his international commitments, but talk of a move to the Premier League, particularly involving the Reds and Manchester United, just won't go away.

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Odds significantly slashed on Liverpool signing Bruno Fernandes

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 13:58
Liverpool have been tipped to sign Sporting and Portugal star Bruno Fernandes this summer.
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Duckenfield to face Hillsborough retrial

Liverpool FC on Sky Sports - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 13:30

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1:07 Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield will face a retrial over the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans, a judge has ruled. Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield will face a retrial over the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans, a judge has ruled.

Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield will face a retrial over the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans, a judge has ruled.

Judge Sir Peter Openshaw made the ruling at Preston Crown Court on Tuesday morning following a hearing on Monday.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) sought a retrial after a jury was discharged in April following a 10-week trial.

The application was resisted by lawyers for the 74-year-old retired chief superintendent.

The judge said: "I authorise a retrial of defendant David Duckenfield."

Ninety-six men, women and children died in the crush on the Leppings Lane terrace at the FA Cup semi-final on April 15 1989.

Under the law at the time, Duckenfield was not charged over the death of the 96th victim, Tony Bland, as he died more than a year and a day after the disaster.

About 10 family members were in court to hear the judge's ruling along with a dozen members of the press.

A retrial is expected to take place on October 7.

Court was adjourned until later on Tuesday when legal discussions will take place.

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Liverpool confident of finalising swift transfer deal for Sepp van den Berg

HEAD NEWS - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 12:10

Liverpool remain hopeful of concluding a deal for Dutch defender Sepp van den Berg before the end of the week.

The Reds are currently locked in battle with Bayern Munich over the highly-rated 17-year-old, who made 16 first-team appearances for PEC Zwolle in the Eredivisie last term.

The teenager is also a target for PSV back in his homeland, while Dutch champions and Champions League semi-finalists Ajax are keen.

Sampdoria had a €2.5million rejected in January, but the Reds' biggest competition for Van den Berg comes in the shape of Bundesliga giants Bayern.

The ECHO understands that Liverpool are confident they can conclude a deal for the Dutch teen before the end of the week.

Van den Berg caught the eye last season where he made 16 appearances for Jaap Stam's PEC and honed a burgeoning reputation as one of the most talented youngsters in Holland.

Liverpool scouts have kept closes tabs on his development since he broke into the first team at Zwolle last year and have been hugely impressed by his displays.

The Reds see Van den Berg as a signing for the future, but feel his ceiling is high enough to see him fast-tracked into the fold under Jurgen Klopp.

It means Van den Berg could join up with Liverpool's first team immediately rather than continuing his progress with the club's Academy players at Kirkby.

The strong competition surrounding Van den Berg means his signature will be celebrated in the corridors of power at the club, with Anfield officials convinced he can develop into a top-class defender for years to come.

Chief scout Barry Hunter and head of recruitment Dave Fallows have been instrumental behind ensuring Liverpool have headed the pack above Bayern and Ajax in their attempts to land the exciting defensive prospect.

It's believed Van den Berg is viewed inside the club at a similar level to Joe Gomez's four years ago when the Reds paid Charlton £3.5m to land him as an England U19 international.

A series of long-term injuries stunted Gomez's progress somewhat, but the Three Lions international enjoyed a fine first-half of last season alongside Virgil van Dijk before suffering a leg fracture against Burnley in December.

At a time when Van Dijk is widely recognised as one of the world's best centre-backs and 19-year-old Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt is being linked to Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, the Reds are aware of how Dutch football is continuing to produce high-quality centre-halves.

Van den Berg could become the second teenage Dutchman on the books after the the Reds brought the promising Ki-Jana Hoever to the club in September 2018.

Versatile defender Hoever made his senior debut for Klopp's Reds in a 2-1 defeat to Wolves in the FA Cup in January and was one of the side's standout performers on the night at Molineux.

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Liverpool confident of finalising swift transfer deal for Sepp van den Berg

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 12:10

Liverpool remain hopeful of concluding a deal for Dutch defender Sepp van den Berg before the end of the week.

The Reds are currently locked in battle with Bayern Munich over the highly-rated 17-year-old, who made 16 first-team appearances for PEC Zwolle in the Eredivisie last term.

The teenager is also a target for PSV back in his homeland, while Dutch champions and Champions League semi-finalists Ajax are keen.

Sampdoria had a €2.5million rejected in January, but the Reds' biggest competition for Van den Berg comes in the shape of Bundesliga giants Bayern.

The ECHO understands that Liverpool are confident they can conclude a deal for the Dutch teen before the end of the week.

Van den Berg caught the eye last season where he made 16 appearances for Jaap Stam's PEC and honed a burgeoning reputation as one of the most talented youngsters in Holland.

Liverpool scouts have kept closes tabs on his development since he broke into the first team at Zwolle last year and have been hugely impressed by his displays.

The Reds see Van den Berg as a signing for the future, but feel his ceiling is high enough to see him fast-tracked into the fold under Jurgen Klopp.

It means Van den Berg could join up with Liverpool's first team immediately rather than continuing his progress with the club's Academy players at Kirkby.

The strong competition surrounding Van den Berg means his signature will be celebrated in the corridors of power at the club, with Anfield officials convinced he can develop into a top-class defender for years to come.

Chief scout Barry Hunter and head of recruitment Dave Fallows have been instrumental behind ensuring Liverpool have headed the pack above Bayern and Ajax in their attempts to land the exciting defensive prospect.

It's believed Van den Berg is viewed inside the club at a similar level to Joe Gomez's four years ago when the Reds paid Charlton £3.5m to land him as an England U19 international.

A series of long-term injuries stunted Gomez's progress somewhat, but the Three Lions international enjoyed a fine first-half of last season alongside Virgil van Dijk before suffering a leg fracture against Burnley in December.

At a time when Van Dijk is widely recognised as one of the world's best centre-backs and 19-year-old Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt is being linked to Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, the Reds are aware of how Dutch football is continuing to produce high-quality centre-halves.

Van den Berg could become the second teenage Dutchman on the books after the the Reds brought the promising Ki-Jana Hoever to the club in September 2018.

Versatile defender Hoever made his senior debut for Klopp's Reds in a 2-1 defeat to Wolves in the FA Cup in January and was one of the side's standout performers on the night at Molineux.

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Liverpool confident of finalising swift transfer deal for Sepp van den Berg

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 12:10
Liverpool remain hopeful of concluding a deal for Dutch defender Sepp van den Berg before the end of the week.
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Liverpool keen on signing Sepp van den Berg

HEAD NEWS - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 11:35

Liverpool are interested in signing PEC Zwolle's teenage centre-back Sepp van den Berg but face competition from Ajax, Bayern Munich and PSV Eindhoven.

Sampdoria were also interested in the 17-year-old and the next 72 hours could be crucial to the Reds signing the Netherlands U19 international.

Van den Berg made 15 appearances for PEC Zwolle in the Dutch top flight last season.

He would be Liverpool's first signing of the summer if he joins.

The Reds compare Van den Berg to being at about the same level as Joe Gomez when they signed the defender for £3.5m from Charlton in June 2015.

England international Gomez was a key part of Liverpool's defence last season before injury curtailed his season.

The Anfield club see Van den Berg as a player for the long term and, although there is a belief he could be with the first team from day one, the focus initially would be on his development and integration.

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Liverpool keen on signing Sepp van den Berg

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 11:35

Liverpool are interested in signing PEC Zwolle's teenage centre-back Sepp van den Berg but face competition from Ajax, Bayern Munich and PSV Eindhoven.

Sampdoria were also interested in the 17-year-old and the next 72 hours could be crucial to the Reds signing the Netherlands U19 international.

Van den Berg made 15 appearances for PEC Zwolle in the Dutch top flight last season.

He would be Liverpool's first signing of the summer if he joins.

The Reds compare Van den Berg to being at about the same level as Joe Gomez when they signed the defender for £3.5m from Charlton in June 2015.

England international Gomez was a key part of Liverpool's defence last season before injury curtailed his season.

The Anfield club see Van den Berg as a player for the long term and, although there is a belief he could be with the first team from day one, the focus initially would be on his development and integration.

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Liverpool keen on signing Sepp van den Berg

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 11:35
Liverpool are interested in signing PEC Zwolle's teenage centre-back Sepp van den Berg but face competition from Ajax, Bayern Munich and PSV Eindhoven.
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David Duckenfield to face Hillsborough retrial

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 11:35

The match commander on the day of the Hillsborough disaster, David Duckenfield, is to face a retrial.

Duckenfield had been charged with gross negligence manslaughter in relation to the deaths of 95 of the 96 Liverpool supporters who lost their lives at the tragedy on April 15, 1989.

Due to the law in 1989, the former chief superintendent had not been charged with the manslaughter of Tony Bland, because he died more than a year and a day after the disaster occurred.

However, in April of this year, a jury failed to reach a verdict after eight days of deliberations following the initial two-month trial.

The Crown Prosecution Service applied for a retrial following the conclusion of the initial trial, which was granted by Sir Peter Openshaw on Tuesday morning.

The retrial is due to begin on October 7 at Preston Crown Court.

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David Duckenfield to face Hillsborough retrial

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 11:35
The match commander on the day of the Hillsborough disaster, David Duckenfield, is to face a retrial.
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The record-breaking rise of Sepp van den Berg – Liverpool’s next Joe Gomez

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 10:51

Liverpool are set to complete the signing of Dutch centre-back Sepp van den Berg this summer, with the record-breaking teenager another shrewd acquisition.


Less than a month after joining first-team training for the first time, Ki-Jana Hoever became the Reds’ third-youngest debutant, coming off the bench in the FA Cup defeat to Wolves in January.

It capped an impressive surge through the ranks since his arrival from Ajax the previous summer, making his under-18s bow in September, then with the under-19s in October and onto the under-23s in November.

Back in Hoever’s native Netherlands, a year prior, Van den Berg had experienced a similar rise, but a less demanding environment provided him more of an opening.

At the beginning of 2018, the teenager was named PEC Zwolle’s Youth Player of the Month for December; in February, he signed a two-year professional contract with the Eredivisie side.

“A step-by-step plan has been drawn up together with Sepp,” Zwolle technical director Gerard Nijkamp explained.

“Part of this step-by-step plan is connecting the player to the club so that he can develop further here. The overarching goal is to train boys from our own football academy for the first team.”

A month later, a 16-year-old Van den Berg made his debut for the senior side, replacing Erik Bakker at half-time with Zwolle 1-0 down to FC Groningen in March, 2018.

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Van den Berg looked to have grasped the pace of the game well, but was powerless to prevent Zwolle conceding a second goal through Ajdin Hrustic on the way to a 2-0 defeat, also picking up a yellow card for a foul in stoppage time.

Despite the loss, it was a milestone afternoon for the teenager, and the club’s “step-by-step plan” saw him start in five of the final seven games of the 2017/18 Eredivisie campaign.

This included a man-of-the-match performance in the 2-0 win over Sparta Rotterdam in only his third appearance, which also earned him a place in the Dutch top flight’s Team of the Week:

Onze Sepp van den Berg staat in het VI Elftal van de Week! #peczwolle #vi #eredivisie #elftalvandeweek pic.twitter.com/0z9I3invy9

— PEC Zwolle (@PECZwolle) 2 April 2018

By September, Van den Berg had made history, as the youngest-ever player to play at least 10 games in the Eredivisie, breaking Clarence Seedorf’s record at 16 years and 256 days.

He remained a regular part of the Zwolle first team throughout 2018/19, making 15 more appearances in the league including 10 starts, though his opportunities dried up following the appointment of Jaap Stam in December.

Stam, one of the Premier League‘s greatest-ever centre-backs, preferred the pairing of Thomas Lam and Bram van Polen, but Van den Berg still kept a place on the substitutes’ bench.

At 17, the defender has already made 22 Eredivisie appearances, and it is therefore no wonder the likes of Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Ajax and PSV Eindhoven are interested.

Van den Berg began his youth career as a right winger, owing to his considerable pace, but later dropped into right-back and, eventually, across to centre-back.

Sepp Van Den Berg’s highlights from last season…Baller ? #keysports pic.twitter.com/dJLjyOthFd

— KeySports Management (@KeySportsMGMT) 25 June 2019

His speed in the recovery is still a big part of his game, while his ability to read the play allows him to step out of defence and quell danger before it mounts.

Standing at 6’2″, he is also blessed with the frame of a leading centre-back, though given he won’t turn 18 until December, like Hoever he still has a lot of work to do in the gym.

Unsurprising due to his upbringing, Van den Berg is also comfortable in possession, and is able to push play forward with both long and short passes.

He registered Zwolle’s second-highest passing accuracy (270+ minutes) last season, at 88.4 percent.

According to football writer Jan Riha (@HonzaRihaftbl), however, he “has really awkward balance at times” and “looked to struggle fitness-wise later in games,” but this will likely come with age and experience.

Perhaps most impressive, though, is Van den Berg’s maturity; the Dutchman is able to speak English to a strong standard, but crystallised his approach perfectly in an interview in his native tongue in June of last year.

“I can be extremely critical of myself. When I was younger, it could really get in the way. If I had a bad moment in the game, I sometimes wanted to let my head hang,” he told Voetbal International.

“That is now much better. I do think that a sportsman should always want better. I think that’s the ultimate way to succeed.”

The teenager, who came up against Robin van Persie in only his second game as a senior player against Feyenoord, also showcased a much-needed confidence.

“I am fairly calm, not the type who is concerned with an opponent in the tunnel,” he explained.

“The only thing I can do is play my own game. When I enter a duel, it doesn’t matter if the opponent plays for Volendam Onder-19 or is called Robin van Persie.

“You just have to win all your duels. Names don’t count.”

 Liverpool's manager J¸rgen Klopp during a training session ahead of the UEFA Champions League Group C match between FK Crvena zvezda (Red Star Belgrade) and Liverpool FC at Stadion Rajko Miti?. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

For Liverpool fans, of course, names do count in the transfer market, and Van den Berg’s is the most high-profile of a quiet summer so far.

The club are expected to unveil the 17-year-old as their first ‘major’ signing of the summer later this week, beating Bayern, Ajax, PSV and Sampdoria to a deal worth around £2 million.

He will join the Reds’ academy ranks initially, which is apt following the departures of Corey Whelan, Conor Masterson, Juanma, Patrik Raitanen and possibly George Johnston.

This raises the possibility of Van den Berg and Hoever partnering each other for the under-23s, but it likely won’t be long until both are emerging from the fringes of the first team.

 Liverpool's Joe Gomez during the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 1st Leg match between Liverpool FC and FC Porto at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

According to Goal‘s Neil Jones, Liverpool’s head of recruitment Dave Fallows and chief scout Barry Hunter are “confident” Van den Berg “is at a similar level to [Joe] Gomez four years ago.”

Gomez arrived for a fee of £3.5 million in 2015 having made 24 appearances for Charlton, and though injuries have blighted his four years at Anfield so far, he has shown world-class potential as a first-team centre-back.

It would be remiss to put similar expectations on Van den Berg, but he joins with similar experience to Gomez, who was 18 when he made the switch and, like the Dutchman, was an under-19 international able to play right-back and centre-back.

Van den Berg will be part of another shakeup of the club’s youth setup this summer, following Polish goalkeeper Jakub Ojrzynski and Northern Irish midfielder Conor Bradley to the club.

But his move is understandably receiving the most fanfare, as Liverpool may just have secured another bargain.

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Hillsborough match commander WILL face retrial

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 10:50

Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield will face a retrial over the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans, a judge has ruled.


Judge Sir Peter Openshaw made the ruling at Preston Crown Court on Tuesday morning following a hearing on Monday.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) sought a retrial after a jury was discharged in April following a 10-week trial.

The application was resisted by lawyers for the 74-year-old retired chief superintendent.

The judge said: “I authorise a retrial of defendant David Duckenfield.”

Ninety-six men, women and children died in the crush on the Leppings Lane terrace at the FA Cup semi-final on April 15 1989.

Under the law at the time, Duckenfield was not charged over the death of the 96th victim, Tony Bland, as he died more than a year and a day after the disaster.

About 10 family members were in court to hear the judge’s ruling along with a dozen members of the press.

A retrial is expected to take place on October 7.

Court was adjourned until later on Tuesday when legal discussions will take place.

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Sources: Liverpool to sign coveted Dutch defender

HEAD NEWS - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 10:20

Liverpool are putting the final touches on signing PEC Zwolle's highly rated teenage defender Sepp van den Berg, sources have told ESPN.

PSV Eindhoven had been given permission to negotiate a deal for the 17-year-old, who has also been heavily monitored by Bayern Munich and Ajax, but the centre-back has opted for Anfield as his next destination.

The fee is expected to be in the region of £2 million for a player, entering the final year of his contract, touted as one of the brightest talents in Dutch football.

His Liverpool medical is pencilled in for Wednesday and an official announcement from the club is expected before Friday.

Van den Berg made his first-team debut for Zwolle in 2017-18, featuring seven times in their Eredivisie campaign, before making 16 appearances last season.

They had hoped to tie him to an extension, but could not compete with the clubs hoping to secure his services.

The Netherlands U19 international would initially go into Liverpool's academy set-up, but like his countryman Ki-Jana Hoever, is expected to ultimately push for first-team involvement.

Van den Berg, strong in the tackle and comfortable in possession, but needing to develop his ability to dominate in the air, will become the Reds' first signing this summer.

As reported by ESPN FC, Liverpool will be patient during the summer transfer window, a policy which allows them to recruit game changers should they become available.

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Sources: Liverpool to sign coveted Dutch defender

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 10:20

Liverpool are putting the final touches on signing PEC Zwolle's highly rated teenage defender Sepp van den Berg, sources have told ESPN.

PSV Eindhoven had been given permission to negotiate a deal for the 17-year-old, who has also been heavily monitored by Bayern Munich and Ajax, but the centre-back has opted for Anfield as his next destination.

The fee is expected to be in the region of £2 million for a player, entering the final year of his contract, touted as one of the brightest talents in Dutch football.

His Liverpool medical is pencilled in for Wednesday and an official announcement from the club is expected before Friday.

Van den Berg made his first-team debut for Zwolle in 2017-18, featuring seven times in their Eredivisie campaign, before making 16 appearances last season.

They had hoped to tie him to an extension, but could not compete with the clubs hoping to secure his services.

The Netherlands U19 international would initially go into Liverpool's academy set-up, but like his countryman Ki-Jana Hoever, is expected to ultimately push for first-team involvement.

Van den Berg, strong in the tackle and comfortable in possession, but needing to develop his ability to dominate in the air, will become the Reds' first signing this summer.

As reported by ESPN FC, Liverpool will be patient during the summer transfer window, a policy which allows them to recruit game changers should they become available.

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Sources: Liverpool to sign coveted Dutch defender

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 10:20
Liverpool are putting the final touches on signing PEC Zwolle's highly rated teenage defender Sepp van den Berg, sources have told ESPN.
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Liverpool fight off competition to sign Dutch defender Sepp van den Berg

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 10:10

Liverpool have won the race to sign Dutch teenager Sepp van den Berg, with the defender due to undergo a medical on Wednesday ahead of a £1.79million move.

Bayern Munich and Ajax were both desperate to sign Van Den Berg, but Liverpool have convinced the Holland U19 international to move to Anfield from PEC Zwolle.

The 17-year-old will become Liverpool’s first signing of the summer and is expected to spend next season acclimatising and learning before trying to make an impression on the first-team squad.

Van Den Berg played 16 first-team Eredivisie games for Zwolle last season and is considered one of the brightest young prospects in Dutch football.

Sampdoria failed with a £2.25m bid for him in January. But with Van den Berg due to enter the final year of his contract, Liverpool have landed him for less ahead of Bayern and Ajax.

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Liverpool fight off competition to sign Dutch defender Sepp van den Berg

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 10:10
Liverpool have won the race to sign Dutch teenager Sepp van den Berg, with the defender due to undergo a medical on Wednesday ahead of a £1.79million move.
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Media Watch: Latest LFC summer transfer rumours

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 10:05

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