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ALBERTO ACQUILANI SAYS BOATENG CONVINCED HIM TO JOIN LAS PALMAS

Former Liverpool player Alberto Acquilani has revealed that Ghanaian Kevin-Prince Boateng convinced him to join Las Palmas this summer. Both stars featured at AC Milan years back so there is history between them. Acquilani agreed to a two year deal with the Serie A side. “Prince told me this is an amazing place to play […]

FORGET LACK OF TITLES, TOTTI IS A LEGEND

Rafa Benitez once said that a lot of things that has to do with football are nothing but “lies.” Most especially when it comes to metric used in placing players and clubs into the various categories from useless to greatest. In spending 26 years at AS Roma, Francesco Totti finally hung up his boots at […]

Carragher on Aquilani

Jamie Carragher believes that Rafael Benitez made a mistake by signing Alberto Aquilani to replace Xabi Alonso. He said that the Italian player was not good enough to replace a player of Alonso’s quality and that he believes Benitez made a mistake by signing him. The former England international who is now working as a […]

AQUILANI: NO REGRET QUITTING LIVERPOOL

Former Italian midfielder Alberto Aquilani has stated that he has no regrets about his ill-fated stint with Liverpool. The former Liverpool midfielder arrived at the Merseyside from Roma in a deal that cost Liverpool around £17m. However, Aquilani’s Liverpool career was plagued with injuries that ensured the former Italian midfielder flopped during his stint in […]

I HAD A GREAT TIME WITH LIVERPOOL – AQUILANI

Former Liverpool man in the midfield, Alberto Aquilani who signed for Serie A newboys Pescara this summer alleged he has zero regrets over his stay at Anfield which was not up to par. The Pescara new midfielder joined Liverpool from Roma in 2009, in a deal which cost the Reds around £20m, and unfortunately after […]

Aquilani speaks about his Liverpool career

Alberto Aquilani said that he has regret about his Liverpool career. The Italian midfielder was touted as being the next best thing in football when he signed for Liverpool in 2009 but will fail to make an impact at Anfield. Indeed, he was signed in order to replace Xabi Alonso, who was moving to Spain […]