Daniel Munthe Agger (born 12 December 1984) is a Danish footballer who plays as a defender for Liverpool and captains the Denmark national team. Agger has been described as "a fine reader of the game, comfortable on the ball and blessed with a ferocious shot." He started his senior career at Danish club Brøndby IF in July 2004, with whom he won the Danish Superliga and the Danish Cup, before moving to Liverpool in January 2006, with whom he has won the League Cup, the FA Cup and the FA Community Shield.
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06.06.2009 [SkySports] - By Richard Torgerson Last updated: 6th June 2009 Liverpool defender DanielAgger is looking to return to his best form after admitting that last season was not 'optimal'. The 24-year-old Danish defender made 25 appearances for the Reds in all ...
29.05.2009 [Sports Network] - Torres signing on the dotted line follows on from Dirk Kuyt, DanielAgger and Steven Gerrard all having penned new deals in recent weeks. "We've made huge progress this season and now we need to take the next step," Benitez added.