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agger

[′a·jər]
(civil engineering)
A material used for road fill over low ground.

agger

1. In ancient Rome, an earthwork; an artificial mound or rampart.
2. The fill for a road over low ground.
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Agger was back in the city this week to watch the Reds game at home to Swansea City and the Dane said before the match: "I miss it more than I expected.
Agger arrived at Anfield in January 2006, just a few months before the FA Cup triumph over West Ham.
The player set to be by the Blues accommodate the Agger bid is Kolo (above), who is Barcelona's radar.
But Agger looks likely to move to Anfield if a compromise can be reached.
On the face of it you'd think that Agger would be the ideal kind of player to embrace Brendan Rodgers' footballing philosophy.
Agger will now undergo further assessment by the club's medical staff to determine the full extent of the problem.
I would have Agger in on the left of the three centre-backs all day long.
Perhaps that is why Rafa Benitez felt compelled to issue a challenge to Agger on the eve of Liverpool's Europa League quarter-final in Lisbon, urging him to show the panache in his recent performances can become the norm for a long, long time.
And though the 29-year-old centre-half, who was sidelined with a stomach injury earlier in the campaign, has been frustrated by limited first-team opportunities, Agger has refused to sulk.
However, the Reds have no intention of selling Agger, who only penned a new long-term contract back in October.
If we play like this, we 0 won't finish in the top four," said Agger.