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Fudbalski Klub Crvena Zvezda , IPA: [fûdbalskiː for this article) Professional football club based in Belgrade, most of the Red Star multisport club. They are the only Serbian club and former Yugoslav who won the European Cup, he did it in 1991, and the only team that won the Intercontinental Cup, also in 1991. With 28 national championships and 24 national cups between Serbian and previous Yugoslav competitions, Red Star was the club Most successful in the former Yugoslavia and finished first in the all-time table of the First Yugoslavian League, and is the most successful club in Serbia. Since the 1991-92 season, Red Star’s best results are in the UEFA Champions League group stage and in the UEFA Europa League knockout phase.ney.

According to the 2008 polls, Red Star Belgrade is the most popular football club in Serbia, with 48.2% of the population that supports it.  They have many supporters in all the other Yugoslav republics and in the Serbian diaspora. Its main rivals are Belize Partizan supporters. The championship matches between these two clubs are known as The Eternal Derby. In September 2009, the British newspaper Daily Mail ranked the Red Star – Partizan derby in fourth place among the ten biggest football rivalries of all time. 

According to the list of the International Federation of Football History and Statistics of the 200 best European clubs of the 20th century, Red Star is the best ranked Serbian and former Yugoslav club, and shares the 27th position on the list with the Dutch club Feyenoord .

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G 27 Nemanja Supic 
G 82 Milan Borjan 
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D 15 Srdan Babic 
D 23 Milan Rodic 
D 34 Stefan Hajdin 
D 37 Rashid Sumaila 
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D 93 Aleksa Terzić 
M 3 Branko Jovicic 
M 5 Milos Degenek 
M 7 Nenad Krsticic 
M 8 Dejan Meleg 
M 10 Nenad Milijas 
M 14 Slavoljub Srnic 
M 17 Marko Marin 
M 20 Goran Causic 
M 21 Veljko Simic 
M 29 Dusan Jovancic 
M 30 Filip Stojkovic 
F 31 El Fardou Ben Nabouhane 
M 33 Milan Jevtovic
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F 16 Nemanja Milic 
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Red Star Belgrade, name of Fudbalski Klub Crvena Zvezda (Serbian: “Football Club Red Star”), also known as Red Star, Serbian professional football team based in Belgrade. Better known simply as Red Star, the club is the most successful team in the history of Serbian football, with more than two dozen national titles (including those won when Serbia was part of the federated Yugoslavia and later of the amalgamated state of Serbia and Montenegro).

Red Star was founded in 1945. After winning the Serbian regional championship in 1946, the club had the opportunity to play in the Yugoslav national championship. He won that competition for the first time in 1951 and won twice three times in a row (1968-70 and 1990-92). Red Star won the Yugoslav Cup 12 times. In addition, the club triumphed twice (1958, 1968) in the Mitropa Cup (a tournament for clubs in central Europe that ended in 1992).

In the wider European competition, the club’s biggest victory came in 1991, when Red Star beat Olympique de Marseille to win the European Cup (now the Champions League), becoming the second Eastern European team (after the Steaua Bucharest of Romania) in doing so. That same year, Red Star won the Intercontinental Cup (disputed by the club champions of Europe and South America), defeating the Chilean team Colo Colo 3-0.

The team plays at the Rajko Mitić Stadium (named after an old great Red Star), which opened in 1963 and receives the nickname “Marakana”, in honor of the famous Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. Red Star is notable for producing many footballers who then starred abroad for foreign clubs. Among the most notable players are defender Siniša Mihajlović, midfielder Dejan Stanković and defender Nemanja Vidić.

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Liverpool has completed its first major summer agreement: a five-year agreement with Standard Chartered sponsors.

The Reds have had the giant bank company on their shirts since 2010, when they took over Carlsberg, and the new deal is now the second longest in the club’s history.

The previous contract had been set to run out at the end of next season, but Standard Chartered has extended its partnership until the end of the 2022/23 campaign, as originally reported by Liverpool Echo.

And Merseyside club managing director Billy Hogan promised that the extra money raised by the deal will go to Jurgen Klopp’s transfer budget.

Liverpool’s top scorers
Mohamed Salah
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6 goals scored

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Sadio Mané
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970 played

5 goals scored

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Roberto Firmino
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875 played

4 goals scored

2 assists

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Daniel Sturridge
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4 goals scored

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James milner
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2 goals scored

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Joel Matip
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93 played

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Georginio Wijnaldum
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125 years ago, a dispute between the Everton committee and club president John Houlding, who also owned the Anfield site, led to the formation of Liverpool FC. Since then, the club had its share of ups and downs over the decades, winning one of the biggest fan bases in world football.

The Reds are now second on the list of most successful English clubs behind Manchester United, while it is the most successful club in the country when it comes to European competitions. Although the club has not won the Premier League, there have been periods of success in the last two decades.

Throughout these 125 years, several players honored the sacred Anfield turf and some of them made sure they are remembered forever. Outside of them, a few are the reason why Liverpool Football Club is what it is today. So, let’s see how many of them become the greatest XI of all time.

Goalkeeper – Ray ClemenceLiverpool Goalkeeper Ray Clemence
Ray Clemence was a brick wall between the poles.
Despite the goalkeeper’s problems for the club in this decade, it is a fact that Liverpool has seen some of its best guards protect their goal. Pepe Reina and Bruce Grobbelaar are two of the possible contenders for the best goalkeeper of the Reds in their history, given their attacks in the decades of 2000 and 1980 respectively. However, the crown goes deservedly to Ray Clemence.

The Englishman joined Bill Shankly’s Liverpool from Scunthorpe United in 1967 for only 18,000 pounds when he was 18 years old. Initially, he spent more than a year in reserves before receiving his competitive debut in the League Cup against Swansea. Clemence finally eclipsed the then incumbent, Tommy Lawrence, in 1970, and began his first league game against Nottingham Forest in January of that year.

From then on, the top shot formed the last defensive wall when Liverpool became an unstoppable force in both England and Europe. In a team that controlled possession, Clemence’s concentration was as important as his sharp reflexes and a dominant presence in the box. In a skill unknown at that time, the 6-foot-high goalkeeper was not afraid to run out of the goal to pressurize the attackers, something that is a norm in today’s game.

His great performances along with those of the team led Clemence to win five league titles and three European Cups, among others. On a personal level, he lost only six league games between 1970-1981, as he accumulated 665 appearances (332 clean sheets). No wonder, it was considered to be a great England, the equal of Peter Shilton and achieved 61 caps for his country.

His saves in the final of the 1977 European Cup, followed by 16 goals in the 1978-79 season, are highlighted in his career, while he signed with style after winning the European Cup in 1981. In terms of quality , Pepe Reina might be the best option, but overall, Ray Clemence is the best no.1 in Liverpool’s history.

 

The strong competition to hire players in the current market has led clubs to distribute hundreds of thousands of pounds to ensure that they receive their players before anyone else. This has meant that the standard wages of yesteryear, which hovered around £ 70,000 per week, have almost doubled since then.

It’s the Premier League, especially, where players earn astronomical amounts of money per week, mainly because players’ agents that interest clubs often use the fact that PLA teams earn almost 100 million pounds in revenue. only from TV to force a decision to give the individual a huge salary. Since, after all, they can easily afford it. Naturally, it is not an expense that the Premier League teams want to pay, but their enormous wealth is no longer a secret.

Certain leagues like MLS have limited salaries, but this means that clubs can not attract the best talent from around the world to play for them because they do not have the money to tempt them. This is one of the main reasons why the Premier League is full of some of the best players in the world: players sign up for contracts that include salaries of £ 100,000 and more, however, nobody can win anything.

That said, let’s look at five of Liverpool’s highest-paid players and see how much they earn.

All information about players’ salaries is taken from Silly Season.

# 5 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – £ 120,000 per weekLiverpool v Manchester City – Premier League
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
In the number five is the former Arsenal player Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who signed with Liverpool in a deal worth 34.2 million pounds at the beginning of last season. “El Buey” had many clubs interested in him after it was revealed he was baffled in the Emirates, but Liverpool made sure they were the pioneers in signing him.

However, recently, Oxlade-Chamberlain suffered a knee injury that will rule him out for the vast majority of the 2018-19 Premier League campaign. This is an excellent example of the risk that clubs run when they register players with excessive salaries; If they are injured or suspended, the club wastes .

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