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agger

(ˈædʒə)
n
(Archaeology) an earthwork or mound forming a rampart, esp in a Roman military camp
[C14: from Latin agger a heap, from ad- to + gerere to carry, bring]
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DANIEL AGGER admits he is missing Liverpool more than he thought he would after leaving the club last summer.
Agger, who made 26 appearances last season, explained why he was happy to agree a new Liverpool contract even though he will have to fight for his place.
If City do sign Agger, they would then face paying Toure around pounds 6m over the next 12 months in wages if he is not sold or included in their Premier or Champions League squads.
LIVERPOOL are confident Daniel Agger is close to a return to full fitness despite the defender's international manager deeming his knee problem as "extremely worrying".
LIVERPOOL will aim to land Denmark international defender Daniel Agger from Brondby this week.
IT WOULD appear that Daniel Agger has become frustrated by his increasingly bit-part role in Liverpool's side.
DANIEL AGGER will miss Liverpool's trip to Stoke City on Sunday after a scan confirmed he has suffered a calf strain.
IF I was Daniel Agger, I'd be getting a little bit concerned.
There are not many defenders who would have the audacity to attempt an on-the-move back heel as Agger did against Benfica on Thursday evening - let alone be able to successfully execute it.
Agger captained the side and opened the scoring with a first-half header to set Liverpool on their way to a first win in three matches.
LIVERPOOL are determined to rebuff the advances of big-spending Monaco for defender Daniel Agger.
Agger: We won't finish in top four playing like this LIVERPOOL 0 SWANSEA 0 LIVERPOOL are going backwards and heading for a Champions League letdown - according to Daniel Agger.