Tired Daniel Agger: Not quite good enough 02/06/12 Daniel Agger Video clip Ranking: five / 5 Posted in Daniel Agger on 9 April 2014 and tagged 02/06/12, Agger, Daniel, enough, good, quite, Tired 6 Comments » ← Daniel Agger – Liverpool’s Vice-Captain Daniel Agger: I should not have played → 6 Responses to Tired Daniel Agger: Not quite good enough 02/06/12 On April 9, 2014 at 2:08 am, MikkelOgNanna said: Final part: “we are very tired, and you could see that sometimes. But we have been working very hard these last two weeks, and we have to tone it down, so we are ready for saturday. The journalist asks what he is looking forward to to which he answers “That’s a big question… Everything” Permalink On April 9, 2014 at 2:23 am, reea333 said: What’s he sayin’? Permalink On April 9, 2014 at 3:09 am, MikkelOgNanna said: Second part: “they run us over the end sometimes, they come with many from the second rank, too. Not just the strikers, but the midfielders are fast too. So that didn’t really work for us”The journalist asks if it’s a communication problem. he says “No, i don’t know.You have to give them credit, they come fast and many, and that wasn’t very well on our part. but it’s hard to assess what happened. The journalist asks what they are going to work on. Agger: “Now we are going to relax a bit” Permalink On April 9, 2014 at 3:47 am, AvocadoCake said: Love his little smile at Kewell at 0:25 Permalink On April 9, 2014 at 4:38 am, KatAgger5 said: Thank you so much for translation 😀 I will put it in the video description now 🙂 Permalink On April 9, 2014 at 5:06 am, MikkelOgNanna said: He is asked how he feels about the result and says: “Well it was okay, you know we went out to have a good hold of the ball. Many of us were tired, we have been training hard, but yeah… 2-0 against Australia is accepted.” The journalist asks what Agger thinks worked and didn’t work in the match and he says “yeah, well, I think we control the game and achieve some chances, but we have to admit that they get some chances as well.” Permalink Comments are closed.