Michel Vorm (born 20 October 1983) is a Dutch football goalkeeper, currently playing for Swansea City. He is renowned for his remarkable penalty saving abilities, earning him the nickname 'penalty killer'.
Michel Vorm does not expect to leave Swansea as Liverpool interest cools
Liverpool are believed to have cooled their interest in Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm, with the Daily Star reporting that they have decided against making an offer. The Anfield side had been linked with a move to bring Vorm to Liverpool to provid...
Rumour: Brendan Rodgers keen on move for Swansea’s Michel Vorm
Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm has emerged as a transfer target for Liverpool as manager Brendan Rodgers plans to bolster his squad ahead of next season, report the Liverpool ECHO. The Merseysiders are set for a gruelling fixture list due to their inclusion in the Champions League and back up options are needed for first choice [...]The post Brendan Rodgers keen on move for Swansea’s Michel Vorm appeared first on Squawka News.
Rumour: Liverpool look to Swansea’s Michel Vorm as Reina nears permanent exit
Liverpool are lining up a £5million bid for Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm in the summer, as Pepe Reina is closing in on a permanent switch to Napoli after enjoying a successful loan spell in Serie A. Reina had admitted he is unlikely to return to Liverpool after having been made aware that Simon Mignolet, [...]The post Liverpool look to Swansea’s Michel Vorm as Reina nears permanent exit appeared first on Squawka News.
Team Focus: Stopping Swansea's build-up play at source
Marcelo Bielsa spends hours watching videos of football. When he was appointed manager of Velez Sarsfield in 1997, he made only one demand: that a television and video recorder be installed in his office. He was asked once what he had planned...