LAUDRUP PICKS TROPHY AHEAD OF EL-CLASICO

Jan
17

The ElClasico is widely regarded as the greatest game in the history of club football. The El Clasico is contested by the two major teams in Spanish football namely Barcelona and Real Madrid. Michael Laudrup was one of the few players that was not drowned in the occasion of the El Clasico as pointed out by the man himself during an exclusive interview with DAZN two years ago. Michael Laudrupwas asked for his pick between winning atrophy and winning the two El Clasicomatches in the league. His answer was clear as he opted for winning a trophy ahead of winning the two El Clasico games.

Michael Laudrup was one of the players to play for both Real Madrid and Barcelona. He had an unforgettable experience between 1993/94 and 1994/95. Michael Laudrup was an important player for Barcelona until the arrival of Brazilian striker Romario. Barcelona manager Johann Cryuff was restricted by the rule of three foreign players at most at once. Barcelona had four foreign players namely HistroStoichkov, Romario, Ronald Koeman and Michael Laudrup. Michael Laudrup was often the player to miss outand this led to his decision to leave the club at the end of the 1993/94 campaign.

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WHY LAUDRUP LEFT BARCELONA REVEALED

Dec
25

Michael Laudruphad an amazing football career that took him to clubs like Lazio, Juventus, Barcelona, Real Madrid and many more. He's considered to be the greatest footballing export out of Denmark but his career was not plain sailing especially at Barcelona. He played for eight clubs over a 17-year period as a professional footballer and he spent the most part of his professional football career at Barcelona. He was part of the Barcelona team that won the European Cup for the first time in the club's history at the end of the 1991/92 season.

Barcelona recorded their first European Cup title triumph by beating Italian team Sampdoria in the final. The Spanish giants won by a lone goal which was scored by Dutchman Ronald Koeman who's the current Barcelona manager. Michael Laudrup also won four La Liga titles at the Nou Camp in addition to two Spanish Super Cups. During his five-year spell at Barcelona, the Danish football legend was a one-time European Super Cup winner as well as a one-time Copa Del Rey winner. His time at Barcelona didn't end well after he fell out with manager Johann Cryuff.

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LAUDRUP TOPS BEST DANISHFOOTBALLERS’ LIST

Nov
27

Michael Laudrup has emerged the best footballer in the history of Danish football for his impact during his playing career. The list of the best footballers in Denmark was compiled by Football Mob. 56-year-old Laudrup played for clubs like Danish team Brondby, Lazio, Juventus, Vissel Kobe FC of Japan, Barcelona, Ajax Amsterdam and Real Madrid before calling time on his football career.

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He scored 37 goals in 104 appearances for his country over a 16-year period. Michael Laudrupplayed for his country between 1982 and 1998. He retired from international football shortly after the 1998 FIFA World Cup tournament in France.

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DE JONG LAMENTS CHAOTIC ENVIRONMENT AT BARCELONA

Sep
26

Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong has admitted that it has been a chaotic couple of days at Camp Nou with the potential move of Lionel Messi the biggest shock. The Argentine submitted a transfer request, sending waves worldwide.

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CEBALLOS CONSIDERS MADRID EXIT

Jun
18

Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos, who is on loan at Arsenal, has hinted about a summer exit from parent club Real Madrid. The creative midfielder joined Arsenal on loan last summer and is set to return to the capital-based club when his deal expires at the end of the season.

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BIG MEDIA DEALS KEY FOR MLS

Apr
12

The MLS need new media rights deal, properly negotiated, before the current contract lapses in 2022 for more clubs to break even, as per reports. Of the 24 teams in the American Topflight, only a few were able to make any money last term, even the league commissioner Don Garber admitted.Garber expects the revenue from the media deal to increase, especially when compared to other leagues generating way more. After celebrating 25 years, the MLS is seeking to push up the media revenue slice of its total generation.

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ERIKSEN JOINS LIST OF DANES TO FEATURE IN SERIE A

Mar
01

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen has reportedly accepted Inter's offer before a possible January switch, with just a transfer fee within the way of completing the deal this month.

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THIERRY HENRY COULDN’T CONTROL BENDTNER

Dec
22

Former Arsenal Prima Dona who believed he was the best thing
to come out of Denmark since Michael Laudrup has said that former Gunners skipper Theirry Henry couldn’t
shut him up during their playing days at Arsenal.

Lord Bendtner who would later on grow wings without talents
proved his mean attitude was always a constant feature since his early days at
North London.

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INTER MILAN EYE TOTTENHAM ACE

Oct
20

Inter Milan are reportedly interested in the services of Denmark ace Christian Eriksen. Eriksen has garnered attention in the past few months due to his contract situation at Tottenham. The 28-year-old is currently in the final years of his contract with the club and has refused to sign a new deal.

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Davies Can Win CL: Michael Laudrup

Sep
19

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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