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Anfield Watch Retweeted ·  
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Anfield Watch Retweeted ·  
Stefan Bajcetic:

"My dad has been very important for me because he has been where I am now and played at a high level as a regular, so he helps me a lot." #lfc [lfc]
 
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Anfield Watch Retweeted ·  
Stefan Bajcetic:

"It's been good to train every day with the first team. Obviously you learn a lot and then to make the bench allows you to see first-hand how they play and gives you the experience of being in big stadiums." #lfc [lfc]
 
🚨 NEW: A full sale of Liverpool Football Club remains the desired outcome for FSG. #lfc [@dmlynch]
 
🚨 NEW: A full sale of Liverpool Football Club remains the desired outcome for FSG. #lfc [@dmlynch]
 
Anfield Watch Retweeted ·  
🚨 BREAKING: A joint Saudi-Qatari consortium have emerged as strong early contenders to buy Liverpool. #lfc [@dmlynch]
 
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🚨 BREAKING: A joint Saudi-Qatari consortium have emerged as strong early contenders to buy Liverpool. #lfc [@dmlynch]
 
A joint Saudi-Qatari consortium are preparing an initial bid in the region £3.2 billion for Liverpool Football Club | @dmlynch

Full story: sportingnews.com/uk/soccer/news…
 
In reply to @AnfieldWatch
It is understood they have been joined in the early running by coalition of German investors, who are further along in the process of tabling a bid to Fenway Sports Group. An unnamed American consortium has also registered its interest in putting forward an offer, as per @dmlynch
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Were the takeover to eventually go through at the proposed £3.2b figure, it would value Liverpool as the most expensive club sale in Premier League history, as per @dmlynch
 
🚨 BREAKING: A joint Saudi-Qatari consortium are preparing an initial bid in the region £3.2 billion for Liverpool Football Club, and their vast shared wealth puts them in a commanding position as they look to complete an Anfield takeover. #lfc [@dmlynch]
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
It is understood they have been joined in the early running by coalition of German investors, who are further along in the process of tabling a bid to Fenway Sports Group. An unnamed American consortium has also registered its interest in putting forward an offer, as per @dmlynch
 
🚨 BREAKING: A joint Saudi-Qatari consortium are preparing an initial bid in the region £3.2 billion for Liverpool Football Club, and their vast shared wealth puts them in a commanding position as they look to complete an Anfield takeover. #lfc [@dmlynch]
 
🚨 BREAKING: A joint Saudi-Qatari consortium have emerged as strong early contenders to buy Liverpool. #lfc [@dmlynch]
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Investors from the two Gulf states have agreed to join forces so as to avoid becoming embroiled in a bidding war for ownership of the six-time European champions, as per @dmlynch
 
🚨 BREAKING: A joint Saudi-Qatari consortium have emerged as strong early contenders to buy Liverpool. #lfc [@dmlynch]
 
Ibou Konate is on the bench for France vs Poland this afternoon.
 
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Anfield Watch Retweeted ·  
A simply stunning performance from the Reds in a seven-goal thriller against Everton #OnThisDay 2019 🤩
 
In reply to @AnfieldWatch
The centre-half started and completed the last-16 encounter at Khalifa International Stadium, as he captained his side to victory, as per @LFC
Replying to @AnfieldWatch @LFC
Van Dijk: We want to perform, we want to perform on the highest level. We're in the quarter-finals and we know we can improve things – but we'll be there. We're difficult to break down, we're difficult to score goals against and that has to be the basis and solid foundations."
 
Virgil van Dijk and the Netherlands advanced to the quarter-finals of the World Cup after defeating the USA 3-1 on Saturday | @LFC

More here: liverpoolfc.com/news/world-cup… pic.twitter.com/v1XuPzkPyF
Replying to @AnfieldWatch @LFC
The centre-half started and completed the last-16 encounter at Khalifa International Stadium, as he captained his side to victory, as per @LFC
 
Virgil van Dijk and the Netherlands advanced to the quarter-finals of the World Cup after defeating the USA 3-1 on Saturday | @LFC

More here: liverpoolfc.com/news/world-cup…
 
🚨 NEW: Jordan Henderson is expected to start against Senegal tonight. #lfc [mirror]
 
In reply to @AnfieldWatch
Aguero: "He’s big. Once in the Premier League, he said that the most difficult to score was me. He plays with your physique; that is, he is measuring you and you have to find a manoeuvre for him and do it to him so that he eats it because he is not one to go out and push."
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Aguero: "He lets you receive; he waits for you to throw him the long ball and he puts your body in and bye. He plays like that."
 
Sergio Aguero on Virgil van Dijk:

“He is not fast; he has long legs: 10 sprints from me are two from him. You have to distract him with something else - someone to yell at him from the stands. If I’m there, I’ll start talking to him there." #lfc [liverpool echo] pic.twitter.com/0DWKDex7Qt
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Aguero: "He’s big. Once in the Premier League, he said that the most difficult to score was me. He plays with your physique; that is, he is measuring you and you have to find a manoeuvre for him and do it to him so that he eats it because he is not one to go out and push."
 
Sergio Aguero on Virgil van Dijk:

“He is not fast; he has long legs: 10 sprints from me are two from him. You have to distract him with something else - someone to yell at him from the stands. If I’m there, I’ll start talking to him there." #lfc [liverpool echo]
 
 
Anfield Watch Retweeted ·  
A dramatic late winner from Divock Origi #OnThisDay last year 😍
 
Liverpool in Dubai: Luis Diaz comeback, new club doctor and penalties | @JamesPearceLFC

Full piece: theathletic.com/3964232/2022/1…
 
Pep Lijnders:

“With long spells of high performance, players can become mentally tired. A lot of people mistake physical tiredness for being mentally tired, but we all know that the mind and the body are one.” #lfc [the athletic]
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Lijnders: “We will report in Dubai with a fresh and hungry mind to prepare the second half of the season. We still have our same target: create special games and memories together. There is still a lot to play for.”
 
Pep Lijnders:

“With long spells of high performance, players can become mentally tired. A lot of people mistake physical tiredness for being mentally tired, but we all know that the mind and the body are one.” #lfc [the athletic]
 
🚨 NEW: Diogo Jota is expected to travel to Dubai to continue with his rehab programme in the sunshine. A serious calf injury ruled him out of Portugal’s World Cup squad and he’s unlikely to be back playing until February. #lfc [james pearce - the athletic] pic.twitter.com/bSQPbiSJ41
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Pep Lijnders: “A change of scenery is always a welcome factor when recovering from a long-term injury.”
 
🚨 NEW: Diogo Jota is expected to travel to Dubai to continue with his rehab programme in the sunshine. A serious calf injury ruled him out of Portugal’s World Cup squad and he’s unlikely to be back playing until February. #lfc [james pearce - the athletic]
 
🚨 NEW: Naby Keita and Joel Matip are back to full fitness. #lfc [james pearce - the athletic]
 
Pep Lijnders:

“We can’t wait to see Luis back. He is this player who smiles when he has the ball at his feet.” #lfc [the athletic]
 
🚨 NEW: Luis Diaz is now in a position to resume team training in Dubai. #lfc [james pearce - the athletic] pic.twitter.com/wNcD5P3q4D
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Diaz has been putting in the hard yards completing his rehab at Kirkby’s AXA Training Centre and everything went to plan. The hope is that he will get enough training under his belt to play some part in the friendly games, as per @JamesPearceLFC
 
🚨 NEW: Luis Diaz is now in a position to resume team training in Dubai. #lfc [james pearce - the athletic]
 
In reply to @AnfieldWatch
They will fly to Dubai for a warm-weather training camp that Jurgen Klopp hopes will provide the perfect launchpad for the second half of the season, as per @JamesPearceLFC
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Thiago, Joe Gomez, James Milner, Harvey Elliott, Fabio Carvalho and Andy Robertson are among those who will be refreshed and ready for duty after enjoying the luxury of a three-week mid-season break, as per @LivEchoLFC
 
🚨 NEW: Some 23 days after they went their separate ways following victory over Southampton, Liverpool players and staff will reconvene on Monday. #lfc [james pearce - the athletic]
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
They will fly to Dubai for a warm-weather training camp that Jurgen Klopp hopes will provide the perfect launchpad for the second half of the season, as per @JamesPearceLFC
 
🚨 NEW: Some 23 days after they went their separate ways following victory over Southampton, Liverpool players and staff will reconvene on Monday. #lfc [james pearce - the athletic]
 
In reply to @AnfieldWatch
Jordan-based publication Albawaba has claimed that former Saudi Arabia international Saeed Al-Owairan has publicised plans for a possible Saudi-Qatar combined offer for Liverpool, as per @LivEchoLFC
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Speaking on the Egyptian programme Remontada, Albawaba verified that Owairan confirmed the construction of a partnership between the two Middle-Eastern countries. However, no additional details were revealed on how a potential bid could look, as per @LivEchoLFC
 
🚨 NEW: A Saudi-Qatar partnership is planning to offer Fenway Sports Group in the excess of £4bn to acquire ownership of Liverpool Football Club, according to reports from the Middle East. #lfc [liverpool echo]
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Jordan-based publication Albawaba has claimed that former Saudi Arabia international Saeed Al-Owairan has publicised plans for a possible Saudi-Qatar combined offer for Liverpool, as per @LivEchoLFC
 
🚨 NEW: A Saudi-Qatar partnership is planning to offer Fenway Sports Group in the excess of £4bn to acquire ownership of Liverpool Football Club, according to reports from the Middle East. #lfc [liverpool echo]
 
Anfield Watch Retweeted ·  
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Virgil van Dijk on Cody Gakpo:

“I definitely think he has that next step in him. I definitely feel like it could happen, whether that is in the winter or the summer or next year, time will tell.” #lfc [mirror]
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Gakpo: “He is a great boy who works hard, very talented and definitely there is more in him. We are so pleased he is doing so well for us. Long may it continue.”
 
Virgil van Dijk on Cody Gakpo:

“I definitely think he has that next step in him. I definitely feel like it could happen, whether that is in the winter or the summer or next year, time will tell.” #lfc [mirror]
 
Happy birthday to Diogo Jota, who turns 26 today! 🥳

🔴 93 appearances
⚽️ 34 goals
🎯 12 assists
🏆 League Cup 2022
🏆 FA Cup 2022

Have a great day, @DiogoJota18! We can't wait to see you back in Red 🔴
 
In reply to @AnfieldWatch
Van Dijk: “Whoever comes in to fill in those roles, they will do very well. I am aware of everything that is happening.”
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Van Dijk: “Whether I am taking it in and doing something with it right now, I don’t think so because the full focus is on the World Cup but hopefully everything will be sorted and clarified when I am back. At this point, I am definitely not thinking about it.”
 
Virgil van Dijk on takeover rumours:

“I have full trust in Liverpool that they will be fine. We are a very established club, one of the biggest in the world and that will stay that way.” #lfc [liverpool echo] pic.twitter.com/JyMGye94hH
Replying to @AnfieldWatch
Van Dijk: “Whoever comes in to fill in those roles, they will do very well. I am aware of everything that is happening.”
 
Virgil van Dijk on takeover rumours:

“I have full trust in Liverpool that they will be fine. We are a very established club, one of the biggest in the world and that will stay that way.” #lfc [liverpool echo]
 
🚨 NEW: Virgil van Dijk insists Liverpool will remain one of the biggest teams in the world even as the future of the club hangs in the balance. #lfc [liverpool echo]
 
 
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