Pay per Head Agents: Nuno believes that Lim will help Valencia become stronger

Nuno Espirito SantoNuno Espirito Santo and pay per head agents were very happy to see his Valencia side get ready to welcome the time of Peter Lim as the team’s owner with Saturday’s win.

On Friday, Valencia made the announcement that the billionaire from Singapore was able to make a deal to complete the club’s purchase.

News of deal was properly celebrated by the La Liga side, as they were able to take out Elche 3-1 tanks to goals scored by Shkodran Mustafi, Dani Parejo, and an own goal by David Lomban.

When he spoke after the game, coach Nuno said that Valencia – who are currently sitting at third place – will become much stronger with Lim as their owner.

“The team played a really focused, competitive game,” said the coach “We have to approach the goal like we did. We had good moments and we played a good game.

“Peter Lim came down before and after the game to congratulate the players. He was also at the hotel. This was a very important moment for us. Mestalla had an incredible atmosphere. We love playing at home.

Martin Skrtel says that the Reds have faith in Balotelli

Reds have faith in BalotelliMartin Skrtel, centre back, said that players at Liverpool believe in Mario Balotelli regardless of his bad start with the Reds, and price per head agents are also confident that the Italian striker can do a great job at Anfield, even if it takes a bit of time for him to show his full potential with the team.

On Saturday, the world famous striker had another disappointing outing when Liverpool took on Hull City as good saves and missed opportunities from Eldin Jakupovic, visiting keeper, helped Hull City draw with the Reds 0-0.

Balotelli was only able to score once since he moved from Milan, and this took place in the UEFA Champions League against Ludogorets.

Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool manager, strongly defended the Italian striker, and Skrtel fully agrees – saying that the fellow players are confident that Balotelli will prove to be a very good asset to the team – something that many price per head agents fully agree with, as they know very well just how talented the striker is.

Skrtel said: “He is working hard and showed some good moments. Unfortunately we couldn’t score the goal. I feel sorry for him.

“He is working hard in training, he is working hard in the game. He just hasn’t got the goals.

Price per Head Agents: Sakho’s shoulder injury worries Allardyce

Diafra Sakho-West HamSam Allardyce, West Ham manager, hopes that the shoulder injury suffered by Diafra Sakho is serious enough for the player to be kept out of action for a while, and price per head agents can see that the coach has a very big reason to be concerned, as the player is a true revelation and a huge asset to the squad.

Sakho’s impressive form continued when he was able to clinch a key second goal in West Ham’s win of 2-1 over Manchester City in the Premier League, in a performance that amazed fans all over the world.

In August, Sakho moved from Metz to West Ham, and on Saturday, the player’s header made it to six consecutive games where he was able to score, putting his talent on the pitch on full display.

But the very talented forward from Senegal had no choice but to pull out in the ending stages after he suffered a shoulder problem – something that left the coach and many fans very worried.

“My biggest problem is that my leading goalscorer came off towards the end today with a shoulder problem,” he said.

And price per head agents can fully understand why Allardyce would be concerned.