HERTHA BERLIN SIGN BEERENS

German outfit Hertha Berlin has confirmed the signing of Dutch international Roy Beerens. The winger was formerly with Reading Football Club but agreed to the three year deal after agreeing personal terms with the club.

The 28-year old signed the deal but the fee was not disclosed. The Royals claim they got the services of the player ahead of others despite the competition for the signature of the player.

Manager of the club Jaap Stam spoke highly of the player. He said: “Roy has a lot of qualities. He is a winger that can play on either the left or the right, and technically he is very strong. He has pace, he can score goals and create chances for others. I think he is going to be a player the fans will enjoy watching.”

German outfit Hertha Berlin has confirmed the signing of Dutch international Roy Beerens. The winger was formerly with Reading Football Club but agreed to the three year deal after agreeing personal terms with the club.

The 28-year old signed the deal but the fee was not disclosed. The Royals claim they got the services of the player ahead of others despite the competition for the signature of the player.

Manager of the club Jaap Stam spoke highly of the player. He said: “Roy has a lot of qualities. He is a winger that can play on either the left or the right, and technically he is very strong. He has pace, he can score goals and create chances for others. I think he is going to be a player the fans will enjoy watching.”

The coach also added other qualities that made him sign the player. He said the club’s transfer policies focuses on players that can use possession to their advantage and can create things from such possession. He said the club begun talks with the agent of the player immediately there was an opportunity to sign him.

Roy Beerens began his career at PSV Eindhoven where he played in the Eredivisie in his formation years. Eventually, he moved to NEC Nijmegen on loan in 2007 before becoming an established player at Heerenveen. He played international games when he was at the club with his debut at the 2008 Olympics for Holland.

He was a regular for the Under 21 side and has made two appearances for the senior Dutch side. At the tournament in Beijing, he played along players like former Liverpool player Ryan Babel, Jonathan De Guzman, Roy Makaay. At the tournament, they bowed to Argentina. He joined Hertha Berlin in 2014 from Holland and has gone on to score four goals in 26 starts.

Babel back to Liverpool

Ryan Babel was back to Liverpool but this time not as a player but as a visitor.

The former Liverpool winger said that he still likes the club as well as the city. He visited the city and made a video documenting his visit that he posted online.

It has been five years that the winger has left Liverpool but he clearly still loves the city and to hang around with his friends. He was filmed visiting some popular sites in Liverpool, and he stated that the city has some nice bars, clubs, and restaurants.

Ryan Babel was back to Liverpool but this time not as a player but as a visitor.

The former Liverpool winger said that he still likes the club as well as the city. He visited the city and made a video documenting his visit that he posted online.

It has been five years that the winger has left Liverpool but he clearly still loves the city and to hang around with his friends. He was filmed visiting some popular sites in Liverpool, and he stated that the city has some nice bars, clubs, and restaurants.

Ryan Babel stated that he still loves the city and that he still has a house there. He said that he visit the city whenever he has some free time and that he still love to stay in the house that he bought. He feels at ease there. He admitted that a lot of things have changed in the city since he left the club, but there are still some great places to visit as a tourist.

When asked how he feels about the Liverpool FC, he said that he still has some good memories of his career there. He stated that he has a good relationship with the club and also with the staff. He said that fans still recognize him as a former Liverpool player on social media and that it is an honor for him to have played for this big club. He said that playing for Liverpool has been an amazing moment in his career and that he will always be cherishing the memories.

One person however that Ryan Babel would have certainly disliked during his Liverpool career is Rafael Benitez. He has accused the Spanish manager of being the one that ruined his career while the latter said that Babel did not have the level.

Ryan Babel defends Gerrard

Ryan Babel has come to Steven Gerrard’s rescue. The Liverpool captain has been accused by El-Hadji Diouf of hating black people.

Steven Gerrard stated in his autobiography that El-Hadji Diouf was the signing he liked least at Anfield and El-Hadji Diouf had seized the opportunity to criticize the former Liverpool captain.

El-Hadji Diouf told the press that Steven Gerrard also did not like Mario Balotelli, and this is why he was treated as such at Anfield. He said that he told the Italian striker that Liverpool is a racist club and that they do not welcome black players.

Ryan Babel has come to Steven Gerrard’s rescue. The Liverpool captain has been accused by El-Hadji Diouf of hating black people.

Steven Gerrard stated in his autobiography that El-Hadji Diouf was the signing he liked least at Anfield and El-Hadji Diouf had seized the opportunity to criticize the former Liverpool captain.

El-Hadji Diouf told the press that Steven Gerrard also did not like Mario Balotelli, and this is why he was treated as such at Anfield. He said that he told the Italian striker that Liverpool is a racist club and that they do not welcome black players.

Diouf went on to say that he had warned all black players not to play for the Anfield side except if they are a British player.

Liverpool were shocked by the allegations made by their former player and said that they are looking at legal advice.

However, Ryan Babel was faster to defend the club from these accusations and told his facebook page that Steven Gerrard is not a racist.

A Liverpool fan asked Ryan Babel his opinion on the comments made by El-Hadji Diouf and the former Liverpool winger said that he had not seen this from Steven Gerrard. For Ryan Babel, this is an unfair accusation, and El-Hadji Diouf is wrong to be speaking this way about the former Liverpool captain.

Ryan Babel said that it was Steven Gerrard that has helped him to adapt to life in the Premier League and that he has never seen him behave in a racist way. The former Liverpool winger believes that Steven Gerrard is a professional and that he will never behave in such a way.

Whilst Babel has given Gerrard his backing, another group offering him support is the English FA, who are believed to have approached the former Liverpool captain and offered him a role in the national team.

Whilst you probably have more of a chance of winning at the casino than England have of making the Semi Finals of the World Cup, Gerrard and the rest of the ‘Golden Generation’, including David Beckham and Gary Neville, want to make England great once more.

Gerrard is currently playing for LA Galaxy in the MLS, but it is being rumoured that he might make a return to England as a coach, though this would not be for the immediate future as the player still needs to complete his coaching training.

It is believed that Steven Gerrard might return to his former club Liverpool and take charge of a youth team, before stepping up to a role with the national side. This would allow him to acquire experience before taking charge – it’s all part of the learning process.

Meanwhile, there are also reports that Steven Gerrard, and a few other former England players, will have a say in the appointment of the new England manager. The FA is keen to make the best possible choice for the England team and is believed to be consulting former players so as to get their input.

Steven Gerrard has been one of the most successful players in the England national team where he has made 114 appearances and scored 21 goals.

RYAN BABEL COULD MOVE TO THE MLS THIS SUMMER

Liverpool cult hero Ryan Babel could be set for a move to the MLS during the summer transfer window.

The Dutchman recently filmed his trip to the Merseyside, speaking of his affection for the city. He stopped by some familiar sites in South Liverpool and the city centre. He also made a quick stop by the house of former rival Steven Pienaar.

Babel left Anfield five years ago in an over five million Pounds move to TSG Hoffenheim. The player who seems retirement bound is rumoured to be interested in a move to Salt Lake City in the MLS, after leaving former club Al-Ain FC in the United Arab Emirates earlier this year.

Liverpool cult hero Ryan Babel could be set for a move to the MLS during the summer transfer window.

The Dutchman recently filmed his trip to the Merseyside, speaking of his affection for the city. He stopped by some familiar sites in South Liverpool and the city centre. He also made a quick stop by the house of former rival Steven Pienaar.

Babel left Anfield five years ago in an over five million Pounds move to TSG Hoffenheim. The player who seems retirement bound is rumoured to be interested in a move to Salt Lake City in the MLS, after leaving former club Al-Ain FC in the United Arab Emirates earlier this year.

“I remain having good memories from my time at Liverpool. I’ve still got a good relationship with the club and the people around the club. The fans still honour me every day on social media, I respect all of the people who give me the props for the things I have done for the club,” Babel said of his time at Liverpool.

“A lot has changed since I left. You have a lot of nice places, bars, clubs and restaurants. Which you can visit if you’re a tourist,” he added in his video of the city.

Babel was set for a move to Turkey to join Fenerbahce after the UAE champions gave him the go ahead during the last transfer window. He was to return to Turkey with team mate Emmanuel Emenike as the club claimed both were not fully committed.

Though Emenike scored nine goals in 15 appearances, Babel had a poor run throughout his stay with just two goals since his move from Kasimpasa. Al Ain sought replacement for the players in Colombian winger Danilo Asprilla, 27, and Brazilian striker Douglas, 28.

Emenike eventually returned to Fenerbahce, his parent club who loaned him to UAE, and then he played the rest of the season at West Ham while Babel, 29, couldn’t get any club fuelling the speculation of his move to the MLS.

BABEL – THE FORGOTTEN FOOTBALLER

Former Liverpool forward Ryan Babel was a very promising kid when he plied his trade in Ajax before moving to England to play under Rafa Benitez in Liverpool.

The then 21-year old Dutch raw talent agreed to move for a transfer fee in the region to 11.5 million Pounds.

Former Liverpool forward Ryan Babel was a very promising kid when he plied his trade in Ajax before moving to England to play under Rafa Benitez in Liverpool.

The then 21-year old Dutch raw talent agreed to move for a transfer fee in the region to 11.5 million Pounds.

In the summer of 2007, he signed a five year contract with the Merseysiders and was handed the number 19 jersey famously owned by Spanish player Fernando Morientes. The player, only 21 then already had over 100 appearancess for Ajax helping them lift the Eredivisie 2003/2004 and also the KNVB cup. He also has two of the Johan Cruyff Shield medal.

He made his senior international debut on March 26th 2005 against Romania where he came on as a substitute for Arjen Robben, Babel went on to score their second goal in the 2-0 thumping. He was also added in the Dutch squad for FIFA World Cup 2006 by then manager Marco Van Basten at the age of 19.

He was heavily linked as the next best thing and nicknamed the ‘next Thierry Henry’. He was selected to make the 2010 FIFA World Cup but did not appear in any of the matches. He kept on with decent play at Liverpool under Rafa Benitez terrorizing the opponents with his great dribbling and ball control skills. He scored a lot of crucial goals for The Reds, mostly in the UEFA Champions League.

His career was marred by consecutive controversies when he had a rift with the manager. He posted on Twitter that he has been dropped for a game and the club took disciplinary actions and fined him. He angered fans the more when he reportedly travelled to London with an intention to move to West Ham or Spurs. His game time became more limited and he took to social media more.

He was also reported to have played online games whilst watching the team from the subs bench, though in fairness at least they were football-themed games, and they do look uite exciting!

He was the first professional player who was charged and fined by the FA for improper conduct made on social media. He eventually moved to TSG Hoffenheim in 2010 before returning to his boyhood club. Two years later. He currently is in the UAE Gulf league where nothing is practically heard of him.

Ryan Babel never truly wanted to join and perform with Al Ain

Ryan Babel used to be a hugely promising player when he signed for Liverpool at the age of 17 for a fee of £11.5 million.

The Dutch footballer was even compared to have similar abilities to Thierry Henry as Marco van Basten said that Babel has the talent and skills to become the next Thierry Henry but he failed to live up to the hype and expectations from everyone.

Throughout the entire playing career of Ryan Babel, he has gone through a number of clubs including: Ajax, Liverpool, Hoffenheim, Kasimpasa and his current team is Al Ain.

Ryan Babel used to be a hugely promising player when he signed for Liverpool at the age of 17 for a fee of £11.5 million.

The Dutch footballer was even compared to have similar abilities to Thierry Henry as Marco van Basten said that Babel has the talent and skills to become the next Thierry Henry but he failed to live up to the hype and expectations from everyone.

Throughout the entire playing career of Ryan Babel, he has gone through a number of clubs including: Ajax, Liverpool, Hoffenheim, Kasimpasa and his current team is Al Ain.

Even though Ryan Babel joined Al Ain on July 2015, he has never managed to get any playing time with the club UAE club and it doesn’t seem like things will be changing anytime soon as a board member of Al Ain has revealed details concerning Babel and it’s not good news.

Mohammed Obeid Hamdoun is a board member of Al Ain and he recently revealed that Ryan Babel never really showed any motivation or signs to perform with the club and it’s one of the reasons why he has not been able to get with the main team, as he just simply does not want to as well as also having disciplinary issues with other members of the club.

“I think Babel will go back to Turkey to play with Fenerbahce. This is normal in football. Sometimes big name and big players come and don’t do anything here. This can happen in any team. Sometimes you bring one big name and he doesn’t want to play that’s my opinion on Babel.’’ Mohammed Obeid Hamdoun of Al Ain said.

The head coach of Al Ain, ZlatkoDalic has also talked about Ryan Babel’s current situation in the club and the future of the Dutch footballer appears to be linked with a move away from Al Ain as he does not serve any purpose and will not serve any role with the UAE club at all.

“I want to say thank you to Babel for the last six months with us. I wish him all the best next season at a new club. This is football, this is life. Also, we did everything that our fans wanted of us. I hope to make them happy.’’ ZlatcoDalic said as he wished Ryan Babel good luck, who will probably leaving Al Ain after an underwhelming period of time with the UAE club.

Is Ryan Babel a summer target of Galatasaray?

Ryan Babel has not made a single appearance for his current club Al Ain since December of 2015 but he still an ongoing contract with the club which extends until 2017.

The time that Babel has spent performing with Al Ain has been a forgettable one as the Dutch player has had to deal with problems involving disciplinary issues and has even faced problems in relation to things that he has done in the world of social media.

Ryan Babel has not made a single appearance for his current club Al Ain since December of 2015 but he still an ongoing contract with the club which extends until 2017.

The time that Babel has spent performing with Al Ain has been a forgettable one as the Dutch player has had to deal with problems involving disciplinary issues and has even faced problems in relation to things that he has done in the world of social media.

“I know I have not performed at 100 per cent until now and I promise everyone that I will do my very best in the coming period and I await the fans support for myself and the rest of the team. I hope that Al Ain’s supporters can trust me. Given another, last chance I have no doubts that you will back me when I wear the Al Ain shirt so that I can perform to your expectations. As a team we will be stronger and can win titles domestically and on the continent.’’ This is the statement that Ryan Babel released within the opening few weeks after having signed with Al Ain as he vowed to perform at his best and avoid going through problems but it hasn’t been working out for him.

Babel has made less than 20 appearances with Al Ain but he has already received a red card as he was sent off during Al Ain’s match against Dibba.

Despite all of these issues that Ryan Babel has gone through, it’s rumored that Galatasaray are interested in signing him and considering that he has not played a single match for Al Ain in over 1 year, Galatasaray should not find it difficult trying to sign Babel in the approaching summer transfer window.

Ryan Babel is not playing anymore

Despite only 29, Ryan Babel is not playing anymore football despite having not retired yet. Indeed, the winger is in conflict with his current club Al Ain because of wrong behavior.

e is accused of using social media in a sexist way when he replied to a woman on Twitter.

The fan asked Babel about his issues with Rafael Benitez, and the former replied that girls should not be talking about football. This has sparked plenty of reactions across Twitter where other people have questioned Babel’s attitude towards women.

It is a well-known fact that Ryan Babel does not really like Rafael Benitez. This animosity started way back during the time when Benitez was managing Babel at Liverpool. Babel blamed his poor career on the way the former Liverpool played him.

Despite only 29, Ryan Babel is not playing anymore football despite having not retired yet. Indeed, the winger is in conflict with his current club Al Ain because of wrong behavior.

e is accused of using social media in a sexist way when he replied to a woman on Twitter.

The fan asked Babel about his issues with Rafael Benitez, and the former replied that girls should not be talking about football. This has sparked plenty of reactions across Twitter where other people have questioned Babel’s attitude towards women.

It is a well-known fact that Ryan Babel does not really like Rafael Benitez. This animosity started way back during the time when Benitez was managing Babel at Liverpool. Babel blamed his poor career on the way the former Liverpool played him.

According to Babel, he never played three games in a row and that the Spanish manager did not have what it takes to develop young players.

Babel also criticized the appointment of Rafael Benitez as Real Madrid coach. He joked saying that Ronaldo will be played in defense when Benitez takes over.

His comments over Benitez have not gone well with some Liverpool fans, and this has prompted them to question Babel’s attitude on Twitter. This is the origin of the insulting reply made by Babel on Twitter.

Ryan Babel played for Liverpool from 2007-2011 and managed to make 146 appearances for the English team. He scored 22 goals along the way. He will then move to Germany to play for TSG 1899 Hoffenheim where he managed to make 51 appearances while scoring six goals.

On the international scene, Ryan Babel has represented his country Netherlands at both under-21 and senior level. He participated in the 2010 World Cup as well as the 2012 Euros finals.

Babel might move to Real Salt Lake

The MLS is renowned for being a league for retired players to enjoy themselves while demonstrating their playing skills.

The latest player that could be making the move to MLS is Ryan Babel. In fact, Babel is not the type of player that traditionally makes it to the MLS. He is still only 29 years old, but he has so far struggled to get his career going after leaving Liverpool.

The player has recently tweeted Salt Lake City without giving any additional information. This has sparked a lot of rumors about the player moving to the MLS.

The MLS is renowned for being a league for retired players to enjoy themselves while demonstrating their playing skills.

The latest player that could be making the move to MLS is Ryan Babel. In fact, Babel is not the type of player that traditionally makes it to the MLS. He is still only 29 years old, but he has so far struggled to get his career going after leaving Liverpool.

The player has recently tweeted Salt Lake City without giving any additional information. This has sparked a lot of rumors about the player moving to the MLS.

That said, he is alway tweeting things such as where to watch horse racing online (on betting company StanJames website), and his views on popular music.

Babel who last played in Turkey and the Arab Emirates will want to end his career in style, and playing in the MLS might be just the opportunity he needs.

At some moment in his career, he was tipped as going to be a world-class player, but his career stalled when he was at Liverpool. Babel recently blamed Rafael Benitez for being the one responsible for his unsuccessful career but in fairness, it would be more to a lack of talent and of belief from the Dutch player.

Another former star player that just came to the MLS is Julio Baptista. The former Arsenal player is renowned in the Premier League for having scored four goals past Liverpool in a game where the Gunners won 6-3. The Brazilian player will be teaming up with fellow Brazilian Kaka for Orlando City.

We will have to wait to see whether Ryan Babel will make the move to MLS. For the time being, we only have a tweet that is giving rise to all sorts of rumors. The MLS will definitely benefit from having a player of Ryan Babel’s quality especially when you know that he still have a few seasons at the top level left in him.

Liverpool rumours that Volland from Hoffenheim and Kostic from Stuggart are both being scouted

With transfers and transfer options on the horizon, there’s been a lot of rumours and speculation going around for a lot of major players and teams this season.

First, we have some Liverpool rumours that Volland from Hoffenheim and Kostic from Stuggart are both being scouted. They have a very high interest in bringing the two to the club to restructure their team.

With transfers and transfer options on the horizon, there’s been a lot of rumours and speculation going around for a lot of major players and teams this season.

First, we have some Liverpool rumours that Volland from Hoffenheim and Kostic from Stuggart are both being scouted. They have a very high interest in bringing the two to the club to restructure their team.

Both of the players are a young 23 years old and both of them are very good on either flank. Volland has also been known to play a very great game as a central striker. Volland has had 26 Bundesliga appearances this season and has an impressive track record this season alone of five assists and seven nets. One of those appearances also provided him the opportunity to provide the team an opportunity to make a decent return.

While Volland’s release clause is set at a very cool £14 million, this number is an absolute steal for Liverpool.

Klopp’s attacking line may be fierce but it’s still in need of some fine tuning. This is where the Serbian winger Kostic could come into play. He has shown his excelled skills in dribbling the ball and he’s also very good at crossing the ball with very high accuracy. He impresses players again and again with his fancy footwork. However, Liverpool has an obstacle with Kostic because while he wants to leave Stuttgart, it’s reported that he’s only going to move to a club that will offer him European football.

In other rumoured news, Liverpool is said to have made contact with River about bringing Alario to the team. However, Los Milonarios said that they want more than they initially asked for, which was £5.7 million. Instead, they’re reporting to hold out for almost twice the initial amount and don’t seem to be budging. While Liverpool is currently short on great strikers, the price may not be too unreasonable.