LAUDRUP REVEALS PROUDEST FOOTBALL MOMENT

Dec
08

Danish football icon Michael Laudrup has revealed his proudest moment in football. Michael Laudrup revealed his proudest football moment while he was on the Big Interview with Graham Hunter podcast. According to him, winning the League Cup with Welsh team is his best moment in football.

Michael Laudrup surprised many by going for Swansea City who didn't have a taste of Premier League until the competition had existed for almost two decades. He led the Welsh team to the League Cup title in 2013 after they saw off lower league opposition Bradford City convincingly in the final. Laudrup masterminded the 5-0 drubbing of Bradford City on the way to winning the League Cup title.

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THROWBACK: LAUDRUP DELIVERS LEAGUE CUP TITLE

Oct
29

Swansea City fans won't forgetMichael Laudrup in a hurry after he delivered the club's only major trophy till date. The Danish football icon was the Swansea City manager when the Welsh team saw off Bradford City in the final to win the 2012/13 League Cup title.

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LAUDRUP HAILS TOTTENHAM'S START TO THE NEW SEASON

Sep
30

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English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur are currently in a very fine form so far this season and after winning their first three league games of the new season so far, they are at the top of the league table and they will be looking to extend their stay at the top after the international break.

 

Spurs recruited a new manager in Nuno Espirito Santo after the club's owner Daniel Levy decided to let go of their former boss José Mourinho following a poor run of results that saw them struggle for form toward the end of last season. Mourinho's sacking led to the appointment of former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito and since taking the job, he's had a positive impact on the team so far.

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LAUDRUP HAILS TOTTENHAM'S START TO THE NEW SEASON

Sep
29

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English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur are currently in a very fine form so far this season and after winning their first three league games of the new season so far, they are at the top of the league table and they will be looking to extend their stay at the top after the international break.

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LAUDRUP: CITY HAVE NO EXCUSE TO NOT WIN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Aug
21

Manchester City have completed the signing of Jack Grealish from Aston Villa for a British record fee of £100 million and it has had a lot of tongues wagging, with many people expressing their opinions and what they feel about the transfer.

Pep Guardiola revealed that City needed another attacker in the team and after already initiating talks with Villa for the transfer of the England international attacking midfielder, they had to continue negotiations with the club and the player so they would try to get the transfer over the line as soon as possible.

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LAUDRUP: RODGERS AN IDEAL OPTION FOR TOTTENHAM

Jun
07

The hunt for the next permanent manager at Tottenham Hotspur is still on and different names have continued to emerge as possible candidates on the list.

Spurs currently have Ryan Mason as their interim manager after he replaced José Mourinho who was sacked by Tottenham Hotspur owner Daniel Levy following the poor form they were in under the Portuguese manager's tenure.

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LAUDRUP SAYS MOURINHO NEEDS TO CHANGE TACTICS

May
14

José Mourinho's reputation as a legend among football managers across the world of football took another stain after he was fired as Tottenham Hotspur manager in the last week. The Portuguese manager got the sack after being unable to steer the club away from the poor run of results they were getting, forcing club owner Daniel Levy to dish out the sack letter to the former Manchester United manager..

It continues the famous trend of him always ending up getting fired at the clubs he's been to, from during his time at Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid, Premier League side Chelsea (over two stints), and Manchester United. He is now out of management and will reportedly need to sit back and evaluate his career before taking up his next managerial role.

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Tottenham Facing Stiff Competition In Race To Sign Player Likened To Laudrup

Mar
26

Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur are already making preparations ahead of the summer transfer window and are already eyeing their top transfer targets ahead of the window opening in the summer. Spurs manager José Mourinho has already told the club's board that he would like them to complete transfer deals as early as possible and even suggested that they should start entering negotiations with clubs to make the processes easier and smooth.

For the past few weeks, Tottenham have continued to be linked with Mikkel Damsgaard and according to multiple reports, they will go ahead and make a move for him in the summer. The midfielder, who has been likened to Michael Laudrup has been outstanding for his club this season and has attracted a lot of interest from clubs across Europe, including Tottenham who may find it slightly difficult to land their transfer target in the summer.

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WEST HAM MONITORING YOUNG MIDFIELDER LIKENED TO MICHAEL LAUDRUP

Feb
26

According to reports, West Ham United are closely monitoring Sampdoria's young midfielder Mikkel Damsgaard and are planning to make an official offer for him in the summer. This is according to the report compiled and released by Club Doria who are insinuating that the Hammers are readying fee said to be around the region of £18 million to snap him up.
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However, David Moyes's is not the only manager interested in signing the young talented midfielder as he faces stiff competition from the likes of fellow Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and Serie A giants Inter Milan and Juventus. The 20-year-old midfielder joined Sampdoria only last September but had gone on to impress not just everyone at the club, but also clubs outside Italy and across Europe.

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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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