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Current managers from WC 4300 have been informed that Liverpool has appointed a new manager. Liverpool is looking forward to the changes that new manager Daniel Gramberg will make in the squad and to the tactical reformation the squad will go through the coming period. On his first day the new manager made offers on several players and he has shown interest in some players as well. No less then eight players will join the Liverpool squad in the next 24 hours. Manager Gramberg already has stated that more players will be joining during the coming weeks. How this will work out for Liverpool on the long term is a question but Liverpool's Board of Directors expects and has faith that Daniel Gramberg will restore glory to Liverpool. Manchester City's John Stones and Manchester United's Luke Shaw will join Liverpool as two of the more talented defensive players from England. Niklas Stark (Hertha BSC), Ricardo Rodriguez (AC Milan), Raphaël Guerreiro (SC Freiburg) and Frello Jorginho (SSC Napoli) will join the Liverpool defensive forces as well. On the attacking side two players will join Liverpool. Hakim Ziyech (Ajax) and Keita Baldé (AS Monaco) will be added to the squad for more depth and more tactical possibilities. To create some room for the new players in the squad and to make sure all players in the squad will get opportunities to showcase themselves Liverpool has placed 6 players on the transfer list. Adam Bogdan (Goalkeeper), Danny Ward (Goalkeeper), Lloyd Jones (Central Defender), Connor Randall (Central Defender, Right Defender and Defensive Midfielder), Jordan Williams (Central Defender, Defensive Midfielder and Central Midfielder) and Danny Ings (Attacking Midfielder and Forward) have been told they can start looking out for a new club. Yesterday evening manager Gramberg debuted in a Worldcupshield Round 2 match against Internazionale's uLvA eLyaNTi. After a hard fought match 48,814 spectators saw Liverpool beat Internazionale with 1-2 in Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. Four yellow cards (2 on each side) and 1 red card were given by the referee. Internazionale's Hector and Eder both received a yellow card. Liverpool's Wijnaldum and Keïta both received one as well. After which Keïta received an immediate red card as well for elbowing Internazionale's Candreva. Manager Gramberg was happy with the win but also stated a lot of work needs to be done to make sure less opportunities will be given away, more chances will be created and will be benefited from. Next to that although a hard playing tactic isn't wrong players will learn how to play fair and more so how to play creative which in it's turn means he will expect less cards the coming matches from his players. Match Statistics: Possession: Internazionale: 56% and Liverpool: 44% Total Shots: Internazionale: 14 and Liverpool: 11 Shots On Target: Internazionale: 5 and Liverpool: 4 Corners: Internazionale: 6 and Liverpool: 6 Yellow Cards: Internazionale: 2 and Liverpool: 2 Red Cards: Internazionale: 0 and Liverpool 1