LIVERPOOL boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted the decision to award Brighton a dramatic penalty at the Amex Stadium was correct. However, in the immediate aftermath the German sarcastically applauded the linesman. Jurgen Klopp saw his side concede a penalty in injury time away at BrightonA fascinating interview between Jurgen Klopp and @TheDesKelly discussing Liverpool’s draw…Jurgen Klopp admits Brighton penalty decision was correct after sarcastically applauding linesman in Liverpool draw — The US Sun
MO SALAH was accused of cheating by West Ham boss David Moyes. The Liverpool striker won a penalty following Arthur Masuaku’s tackle before scoring to level for 1-1 – and sub Diogo Jota hit an 85th minute winner. Getty – PoolMo Salah was accused of cheating to win a penalty for Liverpool by West Ham…Liverpool 2 West Ham 1:Mo Salah accused of ‘cheating’ to win penalty by furious Hammers boss David Moyes — The US Sun
GINI WIJNALDUM has launched an astonishing attack on Everton and branded Jordan Pickford ‘stupid’. The furious Liverpool midfielder could not hide his anger with the news that team-mate Virgil van Dijk could miss the rest of the season after his collision with keeper Pickford in Saturday’s 2-2 draw. PA:Press AssociationJordan Pickford has been heavily criticised for…Liverpool star Wijnaldum slams ‘stupid’ Pickford and ‘over the top’ Everton in astonishing attack after Van Dijk injury — The US Sun
JURGEN KLOPP says Liverpool will wait for Virgil van Dijk like ‘a good wife when her husband is in jail’. Reds defender Van Dijk is set to miss the entire season with a knee injury as a result of Jordan Pickford’s horror tackle in the Merseyside derby. AFP or licensorsVirgil van Dijk will be out for many months…Klopp says Liverpool will wait for Van Dijk injury return like a ‘good wife when her husband is in jail’ — The US Sun
TORONTO FC ACQUIRES TONY GALLACHER ON LOAN
Toronto FC announced today that the club has acquired Scottish defender Tony Gallacher on loan from Liverpool FC for the remainder of the 2020 MLS season. Gallacher will occupy an international roster slot and join the club pending receipt of his ITC (International Transfer Certificate). Gallacher has already received his P-1 Visa and completed the mandatory quarantine period under local government and MLS health and safety protocol.
“Tony is a young, promising defender that will provide us with additional depth on our backline for the remainder of the year,” said Toronto FC General Manager Ali Curtis. “We feel his character and personality will fit well within our group.”
Gallacher, 21, joins Toronto FC from reigning English Premier League Champions, Liverpool. Gallacher joined Liverpool in the 2018 January transfer window and made his senior team debut on December 17, 2019 in a League Cup loss to Aston Villa. He made 32 appearances for Liverpool’s U-23 team, scoring two goals with one assist over two seasons. Prior to joining Liverpool, Gallacher played for Scottish club, Falkirk F.C. He made his debut on November 28, 2015 and went on to make 26 appearances for the club. Gallacher played his youth football at Forth Valley Academy before joining Falkirk F.C.
Gallacher has represented his native, Scotland at various youth levels including U-16, U-17 and U-19.
TRANSACTION: Toronto FC acquires defender Tony Gallacher on loan from Liverpool FC.
Weight: 156 lbs
Birthdate: July 23, 1999 (Age – 21)
Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland
Last Club: Liverpool FC