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John Witherow, one of its editors, explained that it was a mistake not to put the news on the cover immediately. Under the new coach Gérard Houllier and his assistant Phil Thompson, who himself had been a successful central defender in Liverpool for many years, Hyypiä helped to achieve the desired stabilization. Instead, due to Agger's long-term injury, he returned to the starting line-up more often and despite the signing of the Slovakian Martin Škrtel in his position in January 2008, Hyypiä played another 44 competitive games in the 2007/08 season. It took until well into the second half of the 1992/93 season until Campbell was preferred to Smith in the starting line-up more often after a spectacular performance in the 7-1 win against Sheffield Wednesday – with 13 league goals he was his club's second-best goalscorer overall. He played his last game as an active player on May 7, 2011, when he died on March 33. Matchday of the Bundesliga against Hamburger SV was in the starting eleven and was replaced by Eren Derdiyok after 33 minutes. May with the O's in the promotion play-offs.

That's why he announced the end of his career on May 2, inter milan new kit 2011 at the end of the season. His last appearance was on May 24, 2009, when he came on as a substitute for Gerrard against Tottenham Hotspur and took over the captain's armband from him for the remaining minutes. He scored the first goal in September 1999 against Manchester United and the last in a home game against Newcastle United (5-1), three days after Christmas 2008. His three most famous goals came in the quarter-finals against Bayer 04 in the Champions League Leverkusen (2002), Juventus Turin (2005) and FC Arsenal (2008), with Hyypiä himself describing the goal from his left against Juventus, which contributed to their narrow advancement and paved the way to the ultimately successful final in Istanbul, as his best goal. It was also announced that he wanted to train as a football teacher, be an assistant coach for the Finnish national team and take over the position of assistant coach at Bayer 04 Leverkusen for the 2012/13 season. On the 34th and final matchday against SC Freiburg he only sat on the bench; At the end of his career he became German runner-up with Leverkusen. He scored his first league goal on January 24, 2010 in the game against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, in which he scored to make it 1-0 (final score 3-0). In his first year at Bayer, Hyypiä played the most league games.

Lewis scored his first goal in professional football on February 28, 2020 (matchday 28) when he scored the important 1-0 winner against Leicester City. At this tournament he played in all of the Brazilians' games and was eliminated with the Seleção in the quarter-finals against Paraguay. After a friendly international match in October 2011, Leiva did not appear in the national team again until two years later. Hyypiä made his debut for the Finnish national team against Tunisia on November 7, 1992 as a 19-year-old. An interim crisis between 2002 and 2003 led to Houllier appointing up-and-coming "home-grown" Steven Gerrard, who was 23 at the time, as the new captain in October 2003 – a decision which Hyypiä accepted without complaint. After his initial defensive partnership with Henchoz later formed a stable central defense with Jamie Carragher under the new coach Rafael Benítez in 2004. Under the new coach Mano Menezes, Leiva was part of the Brazilian squad at the 2011 Copa América in Argentina. Finished third. In August 2009 he was back in the squad senior national team when he came in for the injured Kléberson. Rowley primarily headed a network of 16 domestic "scouts" who provided him with regular reports of successful sightings.

In 1989 he made the jump to the senior level and played three third division games. The Nottingham Forest team was therefore forced to play three games against Crystal Palace in the 3rd round before reaching the 4th round. Liverpool FC were urgently looking to strengthen their defensive team, as the team had previously scored numerous goals under Roy Evans, but had also conceded quite a few. In his last competitive game for the club, the 1995 cup final, he headed the decisive 1-0 winning goal, which meant that MyPa qualified for the European Cup Winners' Cup, where they were later drawn with Liverpool FC. What was remarkable about his defensive game was that Hyypiä often managed without excessive duels and went without a warning in 87 games in a row for Liverpool between January 2000 and October 2001. At this point, however, Hyypiä had already turned his back on Finland and, after trial training sessions with Newcastle United, Samsunspor and Werder Bremen, the Dutch club Willem II Tilburg signed him in 1995. The newcomer quickly found his way around Tilburg and, especially under Co Adriaanse (nicknamed “Psycho Co”), who took over as head coach in 1997 and led a strict regime, the team rose to become one of the top teams in the Honor Division.