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Mikel Arteta accused of 'mismanagement' at Arsenal for playing 15-year-old Ethan Nwaneri
Mikel Arteta might just have been 'trying to keep a young superstar happy' while criticising the Arsenal manager for handing Ethan Nwaneri a Premier League debut. Nwaneri came off the bench during the Gunners' win over Brentford at the weekend to take Harvey Elliott's record of being the youngest player in the history of the division.Aged 15 years and 181 days, Nwaneri's appearance has unsettled Murphy who is sure that the club must have other youth prospects who are further along in their development. READ MORE: Arsenal's youngest Premier League player still way off Freddy Adu's insane debut age "I am not convinced it is the best move for a young player, I am really not," Murphy said on talkSPORT."I have seen superstars come on the scene at a young age and thrive and go on and carry on, but there has also been a lot who have fallen by the wayside."He is obviously a super-talent, doing well in training and impressing everybody, but surely they have got other 18, 19 and 20-year-olds who are further ahead in their development who could have gone on the bench. Do you think Mikel Arteta made a mistake? Give us your thoughts in the comments section below. "I think he is probably trying to keep a young superstar happy."Nwaneri god the nod from Arteta having impressed with both his ability and personality, also earning praise from academy boss Per Mertesacker and technical director Edu.Arteta said: "It was a pure gut feeling.
Cristiano Ronaldo - Harvey Elliott - Arsenal's youngest Premier League player still way off Freddy Adu's insane debut age - dailystar.co.uk - France - Brazil - USA - Sweden - Manchester - Greece - Turkey - Finland - Serbia
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Arsenal's youngest Premier League player still way off Freddy Adu's insane debut age
Arsenal's youngest ever Premier League player was still way off former wonderkid Freddy Adu's insane debut age.Ethan Nwaneri became the youngest player in Premier League history on Sunday as he came off the bench late on against Brentford at the age of 15 years and 181 days old. The teenage midfielder broke the previous record set by Harvey Elliott back in May 2019, when he played for Fulham aged 16 years and 30 days.However, Nwaneri is still comfortably older than Adu, who made his senior debut for DC United at the age of 14 years and 313 days back in April 2004.READ MORE: 'Lord' Bendtner's bizarre connection to royalty and story behind cult hero's nicknameThe one-time football prodigy, who was labelled "the next Pele" early in his career, had been drafted into the MLS earlier that same year.As the hype built around Adu, he went on trial with a host of European giants including Manchester United, where Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly offered to take him out to dinner.However, the American forward failed to realise his potential after joining Benfica aged 18 for over £1million and has gone on to play for 14 clubs across nine different countries.Who is the most promising talent currently playing for your club? Let us know in the comments section below.His nomadic career has included spells in France, Greece, Turkey, Brazil, Serbia, Finland and most recently Sweden.
Jurgen Klopp - Mo Salah - Harvey Elliott - Darwin Nunez - Liverpool fans spot Harvey Elliott's brilliant pass to Mo Salah for pre-assist - dailystar.co.uk - Jordan - county Harvey - Egypt - county Elliott
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Liverpool fans spot Harvey Elliott's brilliant pass to Mo Salah for pre-assist
Darwin Nunez will be the talk of the town in Liverpool tonight after netting against Fulham but Harvey Elliott's role in the build-up to the goal hasn't gone unnoticed either.The 19-year-old played a gorgeous first-time, round-the-corner pass to put Mo Salah through seconds before the Egyptian picked out Nunez in the six-yard area for his first Premier League goal, and fans on social media were keen to recognise the youngster's impact."The touch by Harvey Elliott to open up the field and play Salah in so that he can set up Nunez was sensational," one Liverpool fan tweeted.READ MORE: 4 things Jurgen Klopp got wrong as Liverpool stumble to 2-2 draw against Fulham"Don’t overlook Harvey Elliott in that goal," another commented, while a third wrote: "That first-time pass by Harvey Elliott to Mo Salah is a thing of beauty."One supporter even suggested that Elliott deserved to start in front of captain Jordan Henderson: "Harvey Elliott contributes straight away, I am not kidding when I say Henderson should never start RCM again if Elliott is available."Elliott became the youngest player ever to start a game for Liverpool back in 2019, mere weeks after joining the club from Saturday's opponents Fulham for an undisclosed fee.Should Harvey Elliott start for Liverpool? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.He spent the following season on loan at Championship side Blackburn before making 11 appearances for Jurgen Klopp's side across the 2021/22 campaign - and probably would've made more had he not needed ankle surgery.Fulham's Aleksandar Mitrovic put the hosts ahead on Saturday before Nunez's neat flick brought Liverpool level.
Jurgen Klopp - Harvey Elliott - Two things Jurgen Klopp got right as Liverpool survive Norwich scare and two he got wrong - dailystar.co.uk
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Two things Jurgen Klopp got right as Liverpool survive Norwich scare and two he got wrong
Liverpool survived a monumental shook at Anfield on Saturday afternoon after Norwich took the lead through Milan Rashica just after half-time.The Reds had looked far from their best, and it took a moment of individual brilliance from Sadio Mane to fire the Reds level.The writing was on the wall for Norwich when Mane netted, and Liverpool slowly moved up the gears as each member of their front three bagged.Jurgen Klopp's men survived the shook, but there was still questions over the Reds' performance.And Daily Star Sport is looking at what Klopp got wrong and right at Anfield.Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been one of Klopp's most trusted lieutenants during his tenure on Merseyside.However, with the emergence of Harvey Elliott this season, and his subsequent return from the horror injury suffered against Leeds United, it feels like Oxlade-Chamberlain's time is up at Anfield.But Klopp persisted with the Englishman to start on Saturday, to the annoyance of Liverpool fans.And Ox watched Milot Rashica dance past him on his way to break the deadlock. What did you think of Liverpool's performance? let us know in the comments section Klopp made seven changes to his starting side from the team that looked untouchable against Inter Milan in the week.And with the Premier League clash with Norwich sandwiched between a strong of important fixtures that also features the Carabao Cup final it's easy to see why.But it took a shock to the system from Rashica to wake up Klopp's second-string side.And even then, it took two of Liverpool's brightest stars to bail the Reds out of an embarrassing result.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the
Michael Owen - Harvey Elliott - Harvey Elliott picture four years before Champions League debut sums up dream come true - dailystar.co.uk - Italy - city Cardiff - city Kiev
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Harvey Elliott picture four years before Champions League debut sums up dream come true
Champions League debut on Wednesday night sums up how his dream has come true.The 18-year-old midfielder was named in the starting line-up for Liverpool round of 16 first leg away to Italian champions Inter Milan at the San Siro.In the process, Elliott became the youngest player in the club's history to start a match in either the Champions League or European Cup, beating the previous record held by Trent Alexander-Arnold.A throwback picture of the teenager from almost four years ago also shows how he is living the dream.Elliott and his dad Scott were pictured together along with friends at the 2018 Champions League final in Kiev, with Elliott even sporting a Liverpool shirt.He was only 15 at the time and still in Fulham's academy, but has made no secret of his boyhood support for Liverpool since joining the club in 2019.Liverpool went on to lose the 2018 final 3-1 to Real Madrid, before beating Tottenham Hotspur a year later to claim their sixth European title.The dynamic midfielder is currently enjoying a breakthrough season at Anfield, despite having his campaign disrupted by a fractured ankle.Can Liverpool win the Champions League this season? Let us know in the comments section below.He recently returned from the injury against Cardiff City in the FA Cup fourth round, grabbing his first Liverpool goal off the bench, in front of his emotional dad.Elliott also starred on loan in the Championship with Blackburn Rovers last season and former Liverpool hero Michael Owen is full of praise for the teenager.Speaking ahead of Wednesday's match, Owen said: "It’s brilliant, considering what he’s gone through as well."He came into the side, made a huge first impression and then the real cruel fortune in terms of getting a huge
Lionel Messi - Jurgen Klopp - Harvey Elliott - Curtis Jones - 'Polish Lionel Messi' is already on Liverpool's books - and bagged twice in FA Youth Cup - dailystar.co.uk - Poland
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'Polish Lionel Messi' is already on Liverpool's books - and bagged twice in FA Youth Cup
Polish Lionel Messi" is already on the books of Liverpool and added two goals to his staggering career tally in the FA Youth Cup this week.Mateusz Musialowski, 18, has established himself as one of the brightest sparks amongst a wealth of impressive Reds youngsters.The likes of Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott and Kaide Gordon have all been handed their professional debuts by Jurgen Klopp, and Musialowski seems to be in line for his soon.The forward can play anywhere across the front three, which could be very handy with Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane all into the final 18 months of their contracts at Anfield.He has earned his nickname thanks to his mesmerising dribbling ability which resembles that of the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner.And after scoring a Messi-esque goal last year, Musialowski admitted he tries to emulate the PSG star."When I see the space, I just go for it. I have seen a lot of Lionel Messi goals like that, so I try to be like him and I want to repeat it," he said.Which young talent excites you the most? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
Marco Silva - Jurgen Klopp - Harvey Elliott - Fabio Carvalho - Liverpool eye £5m January deal for Fabio Carvalho - but bad Fulham relations a problem - dailystar.co.uk - Portugal
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Liverpool eye £5m January deal for Fabio Carvalho - but bad Fulham relations a problem
Liverpool are looking to land Fabio Carvalho for a paltry £5m with his contract at Fulham expiring this summer.However, the west London side are still not happy with the Reds after relations soured between the two clubs over how the Harvey Elliott transfer was conducted.Jurgen Klopp is not the only player interested in the Portuguese ace with West Ham also in the race.And Fulham might prefer their London rivals to Liverpool simply because they are less than happy with them for bullying them into giving up top talent Elliott on the cheap.Carvalho has been in rampant form for the Cottagers this season, scoring seven and assisting two in the Championship.He is the latest production from the club’s academy but the 19-year-old’s contract is set to expire this summer and he has no plans to renew.It means Marco Silva is set to lose the highly-rated starlet for nothing - unless he is sold this month.And according to The Sun, Liverpool have taken up a major interest in his services as they scour the bargain bin.Despite being a major talent, they are ready to make a bid worth just £5m - forcing Fulham into an uneasy decision.But they have not forgot how they were forced into selling the Anfield outfit Elliott - the last top talent to come out of Motspur Park.In a similar-shaped deal, the youngster was set to leave at the end of his contract while Liverpool swooped in.Rules state that clubs are entitled to compensation if they lose a player under the age of 24 for nothing for developing and training him.Fulham demanded £7m for Elliott but Liverpool refused, with the Professional Football Compensation Committee ruling on their side by pricing the teenager at an initial £1.5m with a further £2.8m in future payments as well as a 20
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