Liverpool-Arsenal 1-1 (0-0) 15.8.10 PL: Goals: Ngog (46) Reina 90(og). Liverpool striker David Ngog has insisted that he sees his future at Anfield after netting in the Reds' opening Premier League fixture against Arsenal. Ngog opened the scoring in the second half against the Gunners, and his strike looked to have won the game for Roy Hodgson's men until a late blunder from goalkeeper Pepe.
David Ngog has recalled his greatest moment in a Liverpool shirt after Mo Salah’s strike on the weekend against Man United brought back some fond personal memories.The Frenchman’s stint on Merseyside is not what you would call prolific or particularly memorable by any means, but one moment clearl.
Just done a quick web search and can't find a suggestion that Ngog's name was used. Why on earth would he call him Ngog? Calling him Djimi Traore would make more sense if Suarez wanted to name a dodgy former Liverpool player, since Evra is a left-back. Sounds like he was using words similar to Ngog and someone, somewhere (dunno the source) has come out with an extremely convoluted explanation.
The young Frenchman has found himself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons for his apparent dive in Liverpool's 2-2 draw with Birmingham on Monday night.(LNB)Ngog was branded a cheat by.
Profile page for Budapest Honved football player David Ngog (Striker). Born on April 1st, 1989 in Gennevilliers, France. See David Ngog's bio, transfer history and stats here.
Liverpool will end the 2010s as champions of Europe and more than likely top of the Premier League, which is a far cry from where they started the decade. The Reds’ first Premier League fixture of the 2010s saw them draw 1-1 at Stoke City after conceding a last-minute equaliser from Robert Huth that left them seventh in the table.
Manchester United and Liverpool are two of the most successful sides in English football history and this is reflected in their fierce rivalry. Liverpool are current league leaders and are riding high under Jurgen Klopp, while Manchester United will be happy with a fourth place finish this season - quite the departure from the clubs' traditional roles since the Premier League was founded in 1992.
Jamie Carragher believes captain Steven Gerrard is the best player in Liverpool's history and the most influential of the Premier League era. Gerrard came off the bench with his team trailing 1-0 to Napoli in the Europa League at half-time last night and produced a 45-minute performance which was head and shoulders above anything else on display.