Lucas Leiva, the Gremio footballer retired from professional football due to a serious heart problem. According to the reports, even though the condition is serious, it will not keep him from leading a normal life. Be that as it may, he will no longer be able to play professional football.
Lucas Leiva, the Gremio footballer confirms his retirement from football due to heart issues. According to the reports, he has a serious heart condition that can prevent him from leading a regular life. Be that as it might, he might not be able to play professional football anymore.
Manchester City can have all the money in the world, but they can’t have a stadium, atmosphere or club like Liverpool. City are a great side and have a great manager, but that was proper football. That’s what it has all been about for as long as I can remember. Rival supporters love to describe Anfield as sort some of 'myth', but I have been there since the mid-60s and we wouldn’t have got the results we did over the years without the crowd. You go back to European games like Barcelona, Club Brugge, Dortmund and St-Etienne - it's the best 12th man in football by a mile.
Other teams can look at us with envy, and I think Man City are one of those. The one thing they haven't got is that. They had a better atmosphere when they were at Maine Road but those days are long gone. With the team City have got, they don’t even need an atmosphere at times because they are a great side. When you’ve spent billions, you just expect to be winning each week without the need to intimidate the opponent.
Lucas Leiva scored his first goal for Gremio since returning to the Brazilian Serie B club in the summer. The Brazilian international midfielder made the decision to return to hometown club Gremio at the end of his contract at Lazio in the Italian Serie A.
Jurgen Klopp's Reds have endured a stuttering start to the new season and they are simply not the relentless team they were just a few months ago. Indeed, the 4-1 defeat in their Champions League opener summed up their recent struggles. However, it's not just in Europe where they have struggled though, with the Anfield giants already six points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal with six games player. Here, Mirror Football takes a look at precisely what is broken - and how Klopp can fix things .
Astonishingly, Liverpool have been out run in every single match this season… and one of those by an incredible 7km. They are behind every opponent on distance covered, high intensity runs and sprints. For Klopp teams, that is anathema, as explosiveness across the pitch underpins his tactics. Is it a poor pre-season, new training methods, complacency or a mental thing? In no uncertain terms, the intensity has to return, and fast.
2. Big players are not performing
Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva is delighted with the impact made by new signing Darwin Nunez on Liverpool since his transfer to the club this summer. Lucas Leiva described Nunez as a brilliant player at the end of last month following his brilliant cameo against Premier League champions Manchester City in this year's Community Shield.
After a relatively successful first year at Lazio, Maurizio Sarri now looks to continue developing his work with the Biancocelesti. On the pitch, Sarri has certainly implemented his vision of football over this first year. The quest now lies in further developing and enhancing these tactics in order to reach the elite of Italian football alongside the likes of Internazionale and AC Milan. Consequently, their recruitment in this transfer window now becomes essential in order to make this next step.
According to Football Insider, Liverpool are exploring a summer move for Manchester Antony. The Reds have been in touch with Ajax over a prospective move for the Brazilian winger, who is valued at £59 million by the Dutch champions and is a target for Manchester United. Liverpool have completed three signings this summer, with Darwin Nunez, Calvin Ramsay, and Fabio Carvalho arriving at Anfield. The Reds appeared to have completed their frontline following the record-breaking signing of Nunez. But going by their links with Marco Asensio this summer, it is safe to say Liverpool are still on the lookout for more attacking reinforcements, especially in wide-areas following Mane’s exit.
Liverpool have now turned their attention towards hijacking Manchester United’s move for tricky Brazilian winger Antony. The 22-year-old has quickly established himself as one of Europe’s most skilful and productive wide-attackers thanks to his flashy skills.
Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva has agreed a return to Gremio in the Brazilian Serie A on the back of his Lazio spell. It has been decided that Lucas Leiva will leave Italian Serie A side Lazio when his contract runs outthis month.
It took some time for Liverpool to become one of the most dominant teams in Europe again, but the reward has been worth the wait, especially for fans who patiently waited for the Reds to be successful in England and Europe. Jurgen Klopp has overseen a brilliant transformation at Anfield, guiding Liverpool to several titles in the last half a dozen years.