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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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"He has changed not only the defence but the whole team," Agger told the ECHO.
Taking to social media, Agger shared a picture of him challenging for a ball during the Reds' 5-0 pre-season win over Singapore League Select XI in July 2009.
I'm proud of my career," Agger, who won 71 caps for Denmark, tweeted alongside an image of the football shirts of the clubs he has represented.
Agger admits his future is uncertain and feels boss Brendan Rodgers does not rate him as he has been repeatedly dropped.
However, Agger feels the Danes can make a statement with a solid display at Wembley.
"I have been waiting for this chance and, as I have said before, you have to take it when you get it," Agger told (http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11669/9021534/premier-league-liverpools-daniel-agger-wants-more-action-after-returning-to-team) TV3+.
However, Rodgers, while admitting he does not want to lose Agger, acknowledges that everyone is for sale if the price is right.
City manager Roberto Mancini is keen to bolster his centre-back ranks and has also been tracking Agger's Liverpool team-mate Martin Skrtel.
Vertical insertion of the middle turbinate: A sign of the presence of a well-developed agger nasi cell.
"We have a list of three or four players who could be useful in defence and Agger is one of them.
DEFENDER Daniel Agger has revealed he could quit Liverpool if he can't become a regular under Rafa Benitez - but the 23-year-old has vowed to fight for his place before looking elsewhere.
LIVERPOOL'S Champions League hopes hang by a thread after some lame performances and the Reds have definitely been missing injured centre-half Danny Agger, writes Steve Palmer.