Monday, May 24, 2010

Milan Jovanovic - Liverpool's new man

Milan Jovanovic, Liverpool FC's latest recruit has spoken about how he feels to be joining the Anfield team despite the underachievements of the club during the recent campaign. Liverpool have signed the striker on a free from Standard Liege and the player seems to be very positive about Liverpool FC and believes that the club can indeed bounce back next season.

"Everything has been completely normal with Liverpool," said Jovanovic. "I have signed the contract but that was the easier part of the job. Now comes the hard part, which is winning a place in the team."

"There will be a lot of games and everyone will have the chance to play, and I really see this as the place where I want to be. The thought of playing at Anfield is an incredible inspiration for me."

Milan Jovanovic comes to Anfield to bolster Liverpool's attacking spearhead. He can play either as striker or as left-winger and will be a quality addition alongside Torres and Ngog.

The Serbia International further added: "The saga over my transfer has taken a long time and it has been spoken about in practically every transfer window."

"But in the end I wanted to stay until the end of my contract at Standard."

Jovanovic's comments taken from: Daily Post

Seen Liverpool's current financial situation, in my opinion, Liverpool have done good business by securing the services of Jovanovic on a free. That's exactly what the club needs to do in such circumstances. I think Shelvey as well could get straight in the first team. Danny Wilson, another promising youngster, already playing first team football at Rangers could well be on his way to Liverpool.

We'll need to sit back and relax because there isn't much we can do about the crazy transfer season. Add the imminent World Cup kick-off to that and you get an incredible amalgam of uncertainty as to whom is going where. At the end of the day, news are being twisted and turned and papers are being sold in mega quantities. What you get in that is the thrill of being a fan who's following his club every step until the threshold of yet another brand new PL campaign. Your love for the club will quickly make you forget the players that your team has failed to capture, because there's only one thing you want to do: see the lads play some ass-kicking stuff on the turf! So guys and girls, hold your Liverbird close to your heart because Liverpool FC will be back to prove to the world that the gone season was indeed a blip.

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