In spite of being one of the most troublesome players from the past decade, Ryan Babel still manages to join clubs and continue performing at a high-level as the Dutch footballer has recently joined Besiktas on a 2 year and a half year deal.
The 30 year old winger is believed to be earning around £3 million during his stay with Besiktas but for a player that has been involved with so many disciplinary issues, it’s rather surprising to see that there still are clubs interested in signing him and to secure his services.
Ryan Babel has consistently been fined and sanctioned in one way or another for some of the actions that he has made throughout his career. The Dutch player had problems during his time in Liverpool, Al Ain and Hoffenheim. He has even gone out to insult one of his previous managers, Rafael Benitez as Ryan Babel stated that it was because of Benitez that he has had so many problems in the past.
According to Babel, one of the biggest reasons of why he could not develop and live up to the expectations that was initially brought up back when Babel was just a youngster and was making waves in the youth academy of Ajax. Continue reading Ryan Babel continues his playing career by joining Besiktas
Former Liverpool forward Ryan Babel took to his Facebook page to comment on the game between his side Deportivo La Coruna and Spanish giant Real Madrid.
Madrid stole a last minute winner through a powerful header courtesy of Sergio Ramos in injury time after the scoreline was held at 2-2. However, the game left the visitors raging due to the performance of the referee and match official.
Deportivo Coach Gaizka Garitano after the game said:
“When five minutes are added onto a game in which there was practically no time lost, we knew then that the stoppage time had been added so that Madrid could have a chance to score.
“Stoppage time seems to last longer at the Bernabeu, until Madrid score, full-time isn’t blown.”
Babel in his Facebook post claimed that Madrid influence referees. Continue reading RYAN BABEL CRITICISE REFERRING IN MADRID GAME
Former Liverpool winger Ryan Babel has hit out at his former boss Rafa Benitez by saying that the Spaniard is the reason that he did not perform well with the English club.
Babel came to Merseyside as a highly talented winger from Ajax. He was only 20 years old, but Liverpool were extremely confident in the player’s ability that they parted company with £ 14 million back in 2007. It remains an incredible sum of money more than a decade ago.Babel had an excellent first campaign after scoring 10 goals in 49 appearances, but his performances started declining thereafter.
Towards the end of the 2010-11 season, it was clear that the player would no longer be a first choice player at the club. It was largely down to the managerial change that saw Kenny Dalglish come to the club as a replacement for Rafa Benitez. Babel has since failed to get his career back on track even after going through several clubs like Hoffenheim and Ajax. Continue reading Ryan Babel Hits out at Liverpool and Former Boss Rafa Benitez
Prolific French striker Antoine Griezmann was on target again as Atletico Madrid defeated their La Liga counterpart Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday. Griezmann equalled Uruguay international Luis Suarez’s total goal tally in Spain after he got his fifth of the season from close range. It wasn’t all good news for the Madrid-based team as the Diego Simeone-led side suffered an injury blow ahead of the much awaited clash against German champions Bayern Munich.
Ahead of the game, Simeone rested Stefan Savic and Saul Niguez, leaving Gabi and Kevin Gameiro to start from the bench. The only possible rationale was that he wanted rest after their 1-1 draw against the defending La Liga champion Barcelona the same week. Atletico got off slowly, but got a clear advantage when Deportivo’s Faycal Fajr was sent off in the first half. Fajr, already on a yellow card, charged carelessly at Nicolas Gaitan to earn a second yellow. Continue reading Griezmann scores as Atletico defeat Deportivo
The 2016-17 season of the Premier League has recently kicked off in full force with the top clubs from England facing off against each other in search for the coveted domestic title.
Signing new players is a great way to increase the quality of a squad, Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are the biggest names that has been bouncing around in the media as both of them were signed by Manchester United.
Not all the clubs have the same kind of budget as Manchester United and they have to search around for players who aren’t as renowned or expensive.
One of the summer signings of Liverpool is Georginio Wijnaldum. He’s a 25 year old Dutch midfielder, Wijnaldum was signed back on July of 2016 and Ryan Babel went on congratulating his fellow countryman as the former Liverpool player wrote on his twitter account: good luck boy! They will appreciate you!
Ryan Babel spent 4 seasons performing with Liverpool where he managed to make over 90 appearances with the Premier League and it was the most renowned European club that Ryan Babel has joined.
Continue reading Ryan Babel wishes Georginio Wijnaldum good luck in Liverpool
Former Liverpool winger Ryan Babel has tweeted a good luck message to GeorginioWijnaldum, who has just signed for the Anfield side. It seems that Babel had insider information about the transfer because the tweet was sent out before the deal was actually made official.
Ryan Babel has always cherished his time at Liverpool and has once said that he had regrets about the way his career went on at Liverpool. He has wished GeorginioWijnaldum good luck and stated that the Liverpool fans would appreciate him there
GeorginioWijnaldum has been signed from relegated club Newcastle for a fee of around £25 million. He was one of the best players for Newcastle last season in what was a struggling campaign from start to finish for the Magpies. GeorginioWijnaldum is renowned for being a hardworking midfielder that can play in a wide variety of roles. Indeed the former Newcastle player can play in any midfield roles and also as a forward player. Jurgen Klopp will be hoping that GeorginioWijnaldum will add some more pace and energy upfront to pressurize the opponents. Continue reading Babel says good luck to Wijnaldum