Davies Can Win CL: Michael Laudrup


Michael Laudrup has a strong belief on Ben Davies. He picked Davies from academy football. Laudrup believes that he has the potential to win the Champions League along with Tottenham Hotspur. Laudrup, who won the European Cup in 1992 with Barcelona, have a strong feeling that the record that Spurs have created during this season will make them a strong contender.

In an interview, Laudrup said, "The team has all potential and we should give them enough chance to lifting the trophy." He further added that "Liverpool is everyone's favorite, this season in the Tottenham has played well and have survived several times in the Champions League: in the group stage opposite Manchester City and semi-final opposite Ajax."

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Laudrup Sees Ben Davis as Wales Star


Michael Laudrup has a strong belief in Ben Davies, who is a defender he selected from the academy football, to win against the Tottenham Hotspur for the cup of Champions League. Spurs will face Liverpool in final of 2018-19 at Madrid. The 1992 winner of European cup alongside Barcelona, Laudrup the ex-Swansea city boss claims Spurs’ are the contenders for record making. In the BBC sport Wales interview, Laudrup stated a fair chance should be given to them for lifting the trophy.

David has an aim to become the 7th Welsh footballer for winning the biggest prize of European football after Jess Fishlock, Gareth Bale, Ryan Giggs, Jayne Ludlow, Ian Rush, and Joey Jones. In the League Cup of 2012-13, his career shined after his gratuitous help to Laudrup's Triumph of Swansea. Laudrup resorted to Davies followed by the discovery of Neil Taylor, Swansea's consistent left-back who had suffered a grave ankle injury.

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Frenkie De Jong is one of the highly rated young midfielders in Europe with his performances this season a beauty to watch. The Ajax Amsterdam academy graduate in January agreed to move to Barcelona in a transfer deal worth £65 million.

Frenkie is known as a defensive midfielder who is comfortable on the ball and able to turn defence to attack. His game is reminiscent of Barcelona legend Michael Laudrup in his ability to win the midfield battle and dictate the tempo of the game. Marco Verrati also does a similar function for French side PSG and the Italian national team.

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Michael Laudrup Want to Spend Time with Family Rules Himself out for Job in Real Madrid


Recently, Laudrup revealed that he has not approached the club for any offer. And will not turn down if anything comes to him from Madrid. The candidate of Darkhorse, Michael Laudrup has ruled his candidature out of the running for the managerial post in Real Madrid. He ruled it out claiming that he is not considering taking anything until the summer. After summer he will be back to coaching.

For the last few seasons, Dane has been Qatar with Al-Rayyan and Lekhwiya after he left Swansea City, and according to the news in Spain, the player has claimed that he had not accepted the chance of taking over Madrid until the season’s end.

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Future Plans Of Michael Laudrup


There have been rumors that Michael Laudrup might be up for a position with Real Madrid but he has denied these rumors. He says that he did not offer himself and neither has he been approached by the club representatives. He is considered as a dark horse for a managerial position in Real Madrid. He would not consider the post either till summer months when he would be ready for a return to coaching classes.
The last few seasons he has spent in Qatar with teams like al-Rayyan and Lekhwiya. This had been his involvement till he left Swansea City and reports have come in from Spain that he rejected any opportunity in Madrid, at least till the season ends. Laudrup is 54 years of age and he says that he had not received any approach from the team. He had played for this club for a period of two years after he signed up with arch-rivals club, FC Barcelona.

He is not sure he wants to take up the job yet since he is not ready; however, after spending three years being in Qatar he feels that he wants to be around his family more and with his grandchildren. He had started playing at the age of 17 and then coached in different parts of the world. He feels that now is the time he needs to spend more time with his family. He feels that being with his grandchildren will also help him enjoy things that he had to give up to pursue a football career early in his life.

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Josep Lluís Núñez Who Brought Michael Laudrup To Barcelona Is Dead


Diego Maradona, Michael Laudrup, Rivaldo, and Romario Stoichkov are some of the several star names that President Josep Lluís Núñez had brought to FC Barcelona. However, at the age of eighty-seven, the longest-serving president of Barcelona have passed away, this was really a sad news for all the Barcelona fans and former players.

Josep Maria Bartomeu, the current president of the club has released an official statement stating that they have lost a significant part of the Barca family. He believes that he is the one who had changed the character of the club. The man had been president of the club for twenty-two years. The former president, Josep Maria Bartomeu has left the club to live with his feelings and memories from an incredible period from the history of the club.

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Reason Behind Laudrup Not Taking The Real Madrid Job


Michael Laudrup is not keen in replacing Julen Lopetegui as the manager of Real Madrid following the dismissal of the Spaniard this week. Real Madrid made a great start to the La Liga season although they lost 4 of their last 5 games against Barcelona. However, Laudrup doesn’t want to be called only during an emergency. The Dane has played around 64 times between 1994 and 1996 for Real Madrid and worked last in Qatar before retiring beginning of this year.

Laudrup did lead the Swansea City in 2013 Europa League post achieving the League Cup. He said that he would be more than willing to train real in the future but a stable project is what he needs to work instead of simply taking over a side. There is no doubt that Laudrup is in love with Real Madrid as stated by one of his agents.

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Have A Look What Happened To Swansea City That Destroyed Queens Park Rangers In 2012


Swansea City returns to Liberty Stadium against Queens Park Rangers this weekend after back-to-back matches against Stoke City and Middlesbrough. Hoops left a disturbing start to the season, but, has had some of a revival under Steve McClaren late, winning three Championship games at the studio before their defeat to Norwich City on Loftus Road on Saturday. But Swansea has had the better of the recent meetings between the pages.

They are unbeaten in their last four matches against the capital and are fond of the fixture that took place just over six years ago when Michael Laudrup turned his thrash QPR 5-0 on the opening date of the year 2012/13 campaign to get his Swansea Career for a dream start. But the real question is what happened to the Swansea side that got on the pitch that day?

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Laudrup wants to manage


Former Swansea manager Michael Laudrup said that he wants to manage in the Premier League again. He said that he was disappointed by the way his contract at Swansea was terminated and that he wants to prove that he can manage at the highest level especially in England.

He said that the Premier League is an exciting competition and that it is his dream to manage again in this league. He said that the fans are excited about football and that provide you a boost in order to improve yourself.

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Laudrup: Give Sarri Time


Former Swansea manager Michael Laudrup believes that Maurizio Sarri should be given some time at Chelsea. He said that the team is still a work in progress and that you cannot change a team during the pre-season. He said that the new manager needs to spend more time with his players in order to understand them and help them progress.

Michael Laudrup said that when a new manager comes to a side you need to give him time to adapt and that with the world cup Maurizio Sarri has barely had time to get all his players together. For this reason, he believes that fans and the media should be patient and allow the manager to work.

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