RIERA: DE GEA IS STILL A WORLD-CLASS GOALKEEPER

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ELNmCBdXUAAFSLh.jpg Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has seemingly lost his starting berth both at club and at the national team level and it is somewhat not as a result of the fact that he is finished, according to former Liverpool player Albert Riera. The Spanish international shot-stopper first found his place at club level…

RIERA SAYS LIVERPOOL NEED TO SIGNING REPLACEMENTS

Liverpool are having quite a quiet summer transfer window and have so far signed only one player and allowed one to leave as well. The Reds sanctioned the purchase of French defender Ibrahima Konate from German Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig before the end of last season as they looked for how to bolster their squad…

RIERA: MBAPPÉ IS A GOOD FIT FOR LIVERPOOL

It looks like it is going to be a huge scramble for the signature of Paris Saint-Germain winger Kylian Mbappé in the summer, with a host of clubs across Europe monitoring his situation at the French club. The France international forward is yet to sign a contract extension at the club and it has raised…

RIERA: SPANISH NATIONAL TEAM CAREER UNVEILED

Spanish winger Albert Riera played for both the u-18 and u-21 national teams before making his debut for the senior team in 2007. His first game for his country came during the qualifying match for the 2008 European Championships. Albert Riera made his debut for Spain against Denmarkon October 13, 2007. He celebrated his first…

ALBERT RIERA: INTERNATIONAL CAREER REVEALED

Ex-Premier League player Albert Riera is the classic example of a football journeyman as heplayed over ten clubs while he was an active footballer. Albert Riera featured for 12 clubs during his career, three of the teams were in the Premier League. The 38-year-old signed for Manchester City on loan from Espanyol, who were in…

THE FANS ARE ALWAYS THE 12TH MAN – ALBERT RIERA

  Former Liverpool and Galatasaray player Albert Riera has said that the fans are always the 13th man and that they provide support to the home team at all times. It is hard to see any football supporter to disagree with Riera, as the importance of the home fans cheering their team on can not…

HOW GOOD WAS ALBERT RIERA?

  Just a few Liverpool fans will remember Albert Riera as their former player given the little amount of impact he made for the Reds. Although he signed for the Kop in a deal that was just short of £10million, more was expected from the player given the signs he showed at Espanyol. Even at…

WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO ALBERT RIERA?

  In 2008, Albert Riera was signed by Rafael Benitez, former Liverpool manager. Like most of Benitez’s deals, Riera’s £9.8 million transfer came from nowhere. Only a few Liverpool fans knew about Riera before he arrived at Anfield from Espanyol. After that, he quickly developed a following for his great play on the pitch’s left…