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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

West Ham lose Europa League opener in Slovenia; Hertha Berlin win

Andy Carroll and West Ham could not avoid defeat to Domzale in Slovenia on Thursday.

West Ham endured a chastening 2-1 defeat to minnows NK Domzale in the first leg of their Europa League third-round qualifier in Slovania on Thursday.

Even with England striker Andy Carroll at the spearhead of a strong lineup, the Premier League side came off second-best against a club making their first appearance in Europe.

Havard Nordtveit handled the ball 11 minutes into his Hammers debut and Matic Crnic scored the resulting penalty to put the hosts ahead.

West Ham were level seven minutes later...

Former Liverpool star Daniel Agger admits overuse of anti-inflammatories

LA Galaxy's Steven Gerrard says he has no plans for his future after the current MLS season ends.
Injuries always exacted a toll on Daniel Agger at Anfield, but his loyalty to Liverpool never wavered.
Daniel Agger has now retired from the game.

Former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has opened up about his overuse of pain-killing medication during his career.

Agger, 31, who joined Liverpool in 2006 from Brondby before returning to his boyhood club eight years later, retired from football last month.

When the Danish centre-back departed Anfield in the summer of 2014, he said that his body was "feeling the effects of playing regularly in a league that is as physically demanding as the Premier League" and rejected a number of advances from...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Daniel Agger, former Liverpool and Denmark defender, retires aged 31

Danish defender Daniel Agger has confirmed he has decided to end his career.

Former Liverpool and Denmark defender Daniel Agger has announced his retirement from football after an injury-hit spell with Brondby.

Agger, 31, played for Liverpool between 2006 and 2014 before returning to first club Brondby on a two-year contract after suffering with fitness issues.

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The return to his homeland brought no real improvement, though, and the centre-back has now announced his retirement.

Tony Adams confirms Brondby talks over taking manager's role

Tony Adams won four league titles as an Arsenal player but is yet to win a trophy as a manager.

Arsenal legend Tony Adams has confirmed he is in talks with Brondby about taking over as coach of the Danish club.

Adams, 49, told Danish newspaper BT that he has been in regular talks with Brondby owner and chairman Jan Bech Andersen since November.

"He is a great guy and I really like him and his vision for the club," he said. "Brondby is a fantastic football club, probably the biggest and best in Denmark. So of course I'm interested in the coaching job.

"We talk regularly. Whether that leads...