What does Daniel Agger do now?
Ex-Liverpool star Daniel Agger is now a tattoo artist and invested in sewers when his career came to an end.
Why did Daniel Agger retire?
Agger retired at the age of just 31 in 2016, following a career taking pain killers to control his back problems, and has led an interesting post football life.
Why did Agger leave Liverpool?
“There was a big gap between us and for me that simply wasn’t enough. I didn’t feel he appreciated the things I can do and what I can offer. When I get to feel that way it is time to move on,” Agger explained.
Who has YNWA tattoo?
Daniel Agger has explained why getting the initials of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ tattooed across the knuckles of his right hand was an easy decision to make.
What age is Daniel Agger?
37 years (December 12, 1984)Daniel Agger / Age
Where is Flanagan former Liverpool?
Flanagan signed for Danish 1st Division club HB Køge on 15 July 2021 on a two-year contract on a free transfer. Flanagan was brought to the club by his former Liverpool-teammate, Daniel Agger, who had just been appointed manager of the club.
What is the meaning of Ynwa?
(soccer, offensive) Initialism of you’ll never walk again, a saying commonly used by those taunting fans of football club Liverpool F.C. in reference to the Hillsborough Disaster.
Why did Flanagan leave Rangers?
Initially scheduled to return to first team training in early September, on 18 September Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers confirmed that Flanagan had undergone corrective surgery on his left knee and would miss the opening months of the season.
Who does Flanagan play for now?
HB KøgeJon Flanagan / Current team (#2 / Defender)
Which teams sing YNWA?
The song was adopted by Scottish team Celtic after a 1966 Cup Winners’ Cup semi-final against Liverpool at Anfield, and is now sung by Celtic fans prior to every home European tie, and later by Germany’s Borussia Dortmund, which Liverpool went on to play in the cup final.
When did Liverpool fans start singing YNWA?
Most agree that the Scottish team’s fans brought it home with them after they played Liverpool at Anfield in the 1966 European Cup Winners’ Cup semi-finals, and it is now sung before European games at Celtic Park.