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Profile of the Slovakian footballer Martin Skrtel, who currently plays as a defender at Liverpool. The 31-year old player Skrtel joined Liverpool from Zenit St Petersburg and wears the number 37 shirt.

Martin Skrtel
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        (Squad number 37)

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Martin Skrtel Career
2001–2004Trencin44(8)
2004–2008Zenit Saint Petersburg74(3)
2008–Liverpool220(15)

2004–Slovakia73(5)

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Martin Skrtel : Liverpool News
“Bit of a weird last 24 hours for the mighty Reds of Liverpool. No end to the discussion on ticket prices, perhaps rightly so. Jürgen Klopp get appendicitis before the match against Sunderland and gets rushed to the hospital for the emergency procedure.”
 liverpooloffside.sbnation.com Yesterday
“Good afternoon and welcome to Sports Mole's live text coverage of the Premier League clash between Liverpool and Sunderland at Anfield back for a little while longer alongside the likes of Skrtel, Coutinho and Origi, all of whom are currently sidelined.”
 Sports Mole Yesterday
“Liverpool FC threw away a two goal lead to drop two points a big new signing and the return to training of Daniel Sturridge, Phillipe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel and Divock Origi.”
 Daily Post 2 days ago
“Liverpool's injury list won't go away “They'll be our four new players,” said Jurgen Klopp as he reflected a few days ago on a January without a big new signing and the return to training of Daniel Sturridge, Phillipe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel and Divock”
 Liverpool Echo 2 days ago
“Joe Allen is the latest addition to Liverpool's injury list after limping off against Divock Origi, Phlippe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel, Jordan Rossiter, Danny Ings and Joe Gomez are also in the physio's room.”
 Mirror 2 days ago
“Martin Skrtel’s long awaited return from injury has been delayed after Jurgen Klopp claimed the defender has suffered a recurrence to the injury he picked up against Watford before Christmas.”
 The Empire of The Kop 2 days ago
“Liverpool were linked with a move for Brazilian midfielder Klopp will still be without defender Martin Skrtel for the clash with relegation-threatened Sunderland after the Slovakian international suffered a setback in his recovery from injury.”
 Yahoo7 Sport 2 days ago
“Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that Martin Skrtel will be out for another two to three weeks after suffering a new injury in his recovery from a hamstring problem.”
 gosporttimes.com 2 days ago
“After Jürgen Klopp declared Martin Skrtel's injury will set him back for the next 2-3 weeks, who should fill the gap the Slovakian has left? With several defenders vying for a place in the back four, who should get the nod to fill in for the Slovakian as”
 VAVEL 3 days ago
“Martin Skrtel's return from injury has been set back by around "two or three weeks" after suffering a fresh problem in his recovery, Jürgen Klopp has explained as he gave an update on his squad's injury.”
 VAVEL 3 days ago
Martin Skrtel Career Honours
  • Zenit Saint Petersburg: Russian Premier League: 2007
  • Liverpool: Football League Cup: 2011–12
  • Peter Dubovsky Trophy (1): 2005
  • Slovakia Youth Champion (1): 2001
  • Liverpool Player of the Year Award: 2012
  • Slovak Footballer of the Year (4): 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Danny Ward Adam Bogdan
    Simon Mignolet
    Defenders
    Connor Randall Jon Flanagan
    Nathaniel Clyne Jose Enrique
    Alberto Moreno Kolo Toure
    Joe Gomez Tiago Ilori
    Steven Caulker Martin Skrtel
    Dejan Lovren Mamadou Sakho
    Midfielders
    Jordon Ibe Joao Carlos Teixeira
    Adam Lallana Coutinho
    Roberto Firmino Jordan Rossiter
    Joe Allen James Milner
    Jordan Henderson Kevin Stewart
    Lucas Leiva Emre Can
    Forwards
    Danny Ings Daniel Sturridge
    Christian Benteke Divock Origi