LALLANA PULLS LIVERPOOL UP FROM SLIPPERY SLOPE

Liverpool attacker Adam Lallana on Wednesday scored twice and set up another to gift The Reds a much-needed mood-lifting 3-nil win away at Middlesbrough.


After the heart breaking loss against Bournemouth and draw against West Ham United Jurgen Klopp’s men travelled to the Riverside stadium hoping to turn their misfortunes around and they did just that.

One major change to the Merseyside outfit’s starting line-up was Simon Mignolet in place of under-fire Lloris Karius. The former Mainz shot-stopper has had his hand full with outrages from fans and criticisms from pundits most notably Phil and Garry Neville within these past two weeks.

Mignolet was hardly called into action as Aitor Karanka’s men blunt attack failed to ask questions of The Reds’ otherwise weak defence – Liverpool have conceded more than any other team in the top six – or did they create any meaningful chance to have a go at the visitor’s back line.

The Reds started the game with ameasured pace, poking around the home sides’ crowded defence until Adam Lallana’s 29th minute brilliant finish sparked Jurgen Klopp’s men to action. Sadio Mane came close on more than one occasion while wasting the chances created. Lallana’s brilliance however saw the reds go 2-0 up at the 60th minute after some clever footwork from the England international set up Divick Origi to score his fifth goal in as many matches. Continue reading LALLANA PULLS LIVERPOOL UP FROM SLIPPERY SLOPE

David Beckham continues to promote soccer in the USA

On May 18 of 2013 David Beckham announced his retirement as he played his last professional competitive game with PSG.

In the entire playing career of David Beckham, he has performed in a number of different leagues and clubs including: Manchester United, Preston North End, Real Madrid, Ac.Milan, LA Galaxy and Paris Saint-Germain.


Even though the Englishman performed in some of the biggest clubs in the world of football, one of the teams that he highly praises and considers to be one of his more important ones where he learned a lot of things which helped him on to become a better player and person was with the MLS club LA Galaxy.

David Beckham’s plans to own an expansion team that would compete in the MLS is an ongoing process that is still being developed and the stadium is the next big thing obstacle that Beckham and his group of investors are tackling.

“To bring a great organization like the Raiders is incredible, but it’s bigger than that. It’s about the MLS coming here; it’s about bringing in the biggest European teams like Manchester United.’’ Former Manchester United player David Beckham said. Continue reading David Beckham continues to promote soccer in the USA