Tottenham have been in freefall in the past month as the North London club has fallen outside the top 4 in a remarkable sequence of games. Their latest defeat to Liverpool has put the club out of the top four for the first time since the beginning of the season.
The club must also protect its players from being poached in the summer as the likes of Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld have 12 months left on their contract. Real Madrid are believed to be interested in the 27-year-old Denmark international. Tottenham chairman Dany Levy is known as a difficult negotiator and he is up to his tricks as he has reportedly demanded £130 million for the midfielder according to the Mirror.
Christian Eriksen has been one of the key players for Tottenham in the past four seasons with his consistent performances. For the past few seasons, the Denmark international has been linked to some of the top clubs in Europe.
According to reports from England, Eriksen has emerged as a key target for Spanish club Real Madrid as they look to rebuild in the summer. Madrid has endured a torrid campaign so far as they were knocked out of the Copa Del Rey and Champions League in the space of a week.
The football program of Denmark is already anticipating the comeback of practically each and every player from its debut season which seems to be very promising, has just picked up one more talent having high potential impact.
Aaron McLaughlin who initiated at Class 5A power for the last 2 seasons and also hold some offers of scholarship from various high-major programs of the college, is currently a student at Denmark and he is planning the Danes for the forthcoming season.
England legend David Beckham has been hit with two law suits regarding the construction of the club stadium of the proposed MLS franchise Inter Miami. Beckham had revealed his plans to build a stadium in Miami Freedom Park that would include a 73-acre commercial hub with training facilities, hotels and a business office centre.
The 43-year-old has faced criticism from the locals for his plan to build the stadium on a site contaminated with toxic waste.
Euro 2021 qualifiers are the group eight contained by Ukraine, Denmark, Finland, Malta and Romania with Northern Ireland Under – 21s. The former English professional footballer Ian Baraclough side was drawn to PotE on Tuesday in Nyon, Switzerland. Two of the sides, Denmark and Romania, both from Northern Ireland’s group have qualified for the upcoming year’s finals which are to be held in Italy. The 2021 championships will be together hosted by two countries of Slovenia and Hungary.
In spite of the fact that u21 finished second in a pretty impressive campaign including a victory over Spain by 2-1 in Alcabate, they narrowly missed out the eligibility for coming year’s tournament. They gathered a total of 20 points after their win over Slovakia in the final match. It was not enough to qualify Northern Ireland into 12-team tournament. Romania achieved top of their qualifying round by holding off Portugal and Denmark also finished with the first position in Group Three qualifying for the finals.
Republic of Ireland team is still waiting for their first win in the Nations League after being held to a dour 0-0 draw by Denmark on Saturday that is on Oct 13. Martin O’Neill’s side is bottom of their three-team group, with this tepid stalemate at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium following a 4-1 thrashing by Wales in their first match. Ireland is without a win in their last four competitive matches, they have played.
Denmark beat Wales in their opener and has four points from two matches in the new competition, which offers qualification for the upcoming Euro 2020. Matt Doherty was handed a first start for the Republic as O’Neill made six changes in the team. There was a place for Cardiff midfielder Harry Arter following his return to the squad after resolving his differences with assistant manager Roy Keane.
- Denmark’s leader says Spurs is worried about the midfielder.
- Players complain about FA’s “too violent personal attacks”.
Tottenham liked another backlash after Denmark’s leader, Åge Hareide, suggested that Christian Eriksen’s stomach problem could be a chronic condition. The 26-year-old has not played since his 2-1 Premier League victory in Brighton on 22 September.
Denmark’s bit-and-pieces side goes down and fights in friendship with Slovakia. Spurs had expected Eriksen to return after the international break this week, but Hareide said it was unlikely that the midfielder would travel to the Nations League match against Ireland on Saturday.
Blackpool have taken the opportunity to re-sign Mark Howard from Bolton Wanderers on a free transfer this summer. The 31-year-old previously plyed his trade for the Trotters on a temporary basis during the 2011/2012 season where he acted as cover to Matt Gilks and Mark Halstead due to their injury concerns.
During that period, Howard could only manage four appearances before he was released to join Sheffield United but hopefully, he can have a better experience this time around with manager Gary Bowyer confirming that he would serve as the club’s first-choice shot-stopper for the 2018/19 season.
Australia defender Aziz Behich has said that the Socceroos are confident and upbeat ahead of the second World Cup group stage game against Denmark. Australia put in a strong performance against France during their opening match of the tournament but they eventually succumbed to a 2-1 defeat with Behich registering an unfortunate own goal.
Speaking ahead of the Denmark game, Behich admitted that the team have forgotten the previous result and they are now keen to show the progress made under the management of Bert van Marwijk, he said: “We’re confident going into tomorrow… I think we’ve come a long way from when [head coach] Bert first took over… We’ve showed it in the last game and we want to improve on that… The boys are really confident and upbeat about tomorrow. From the last game, obviously, we didn’t get the end result, which was disappointing. So, look, we analysed the game, and we’ve been working hard the last month or so preparing for that game. I think we showed a lot of good signs.”
Age Hareide says that he is extremely delighted to have guided Denmark to the World Cup 2018, but things could have been very different for the manager had it not been for the patient approach from the national team during difficult times. Hareide has revealed how he was on the brink of leaving the job after a 1-0 loss against minnows Montenegro earlier in the campaign. After taking over as the coach of the national team in December 2015, Hareide was given the task of qualifying for the World Cup 2018 without fail. This was due to the national team’s failure to reach the Euro 2016 under Morten Olsen.
Denmark had a difficult start to the campaign under Hareide as the team suffered defeats against Poland and Montenegro. This was in the second and third games of the World Cup qualification. This immediately raised doubts about the ability of Hareide to be able to lead the national team role. It was only after a 4-1 victory over Kazakhstan that things looked on the positive side for Denmark. Immediately after this result, the national team had to go through three consecutive draws – across friendly and World Cup qualification matches combined. Denmark’s form improve only towards the end of the campaign, and they were able to beat Ireland in a play-off game.