Brighton and Hove Albion striker Danny Welbeck is pushing for a start ahead of the Premier League clash with newly promoted side Brentfordthis weekend. Danny Welbeck and Brighton are the guests of the Bees at the Brentford Community Stadium on Saturday afternoon in one of the matchweek four games as far as the new Premier League campaign is concerned.
England international Welbeck is pushing for a place in the Brighton XI for the trip to London to face capital club Brentford after he made his first appearance of the season in the last league game at home to Merseyside outfit Everton just before the international break. Read More
England international Danny Welbeck attracted interest from several clubs before he made the decision to extend his stay at Brighton and Hove Albion. The former Arsenal and Manchester United striker signed a new one-year contract with the Seagulls just before his previous deal ended last month. He would have been available as a free agent at the end of June.
Danny Welbeck joined Brighton at the start of last season as a free agent following the termination of his contract at Watford and he went on to play a big role as the Seagulls preserved their Premier League status with many games to spare. He was one of the best players for the Seagulls in the Premier League. Danny Welbeck produced an attacking return of six goals plus three assists in 24 league outings for Brighton last season. Read More
Brighton and Hove Albion attacker Danny Welbeck has been able to prove his quality during a difficult time at the club. The Seagulls were in danger of falling into the relegation zone in the Premier League when Welbeck stepped up to make the difference and lead his team away from the relegation places on the log.
At the start of last month, Brighton had the same number of points with third-from-bottom Fulhamahead of their game against Southampton and they were only out of the relegation zone on goal difference. Read More
Brighton and Hove Albion attacker Danny Welbeck is set to miss the FA Cup fourth round tie with English League One club Blackpoolthis weekend as he’s still recovering from a knee injury that made him miss the last two games in the Premier League. Danny Welbeck was absent for the league defeat at Manchester City and the league win at Leeds United. Danny Welbeck was not in the Brighton and Hove Albion team that lost 1-0 at Manchester City through England international Phil Foden.
The only goal of the match came just before half-time as the Seagulls were beaten at the Etihad Stadium. Brighton were able to bounce back from the Manchester City when they travelled to face Premier League newcomers Leeds United at Elland Road. Danny Welbeck missed the Leeds United match as a result of the aforementioned knee injury and it was French striker Neal Maupay who scored the only goal of the game to give Brighton a priceless 1-0 win over Leeds United. Read More
Brighton and Hove Albion striker Danny Welbeck has been named on the list of the best players in the Premier League for matchday 9. The list of the best players was compiled by footballer turned pundit Garth Crooks. Garth Crooks was a striker for English clubs like Manchester United, Stoke City, West Brom and Tottenham Hotspur before he called time on his playing career. He turned to punditry after his retirement.
Danny Welbeck made his team of the week list for matchday 9 in the Premier League for his impressive performance for the Seagulls at the weekend. He was responsible for the opening goal of the game as Brighton beat Aston Villa 2-1 away from home. Ex-Arsenal, Sunderland and Manchester United player Danny Welbeckgave Brighton the lead in the 12th minute and the visitors held on to that lead until the half-time break. Read More
Danny Welbeck, the Watford striker will be leaving his club this summer. With a 5.5 million the UK Pounds clause in-built in his agreement, Welbeck is likely to move out even though there are 12 months left.
He moved to Watford last season on a free transfer that it had secured from Arsenal. He is a former Man United player having debuted for them in 2008. The 29-year old who has worn the English jersey 42 times started his premiership career with Manchester United more than 10 years back. He has so far played 224 matches in the Premiership League with 44 goals to his credit for different clubs. In the 2019-20 seasons, Welbeck played 18 matches scoring 2 goals. His performance could not, however, save his club from relegation. Read More
Danny Welbeck, the famous striker from Watford, one of the professional football clubs in England, recently donated a relief package of £10,000 to the residents of Ghana, the hometown of his mother for helping them to cope up with the situation amidst COVID-19 pandemic. The relief package that he decided to donate had hand sanitizers, food, and some other sanitary items. These packages were delivered to the residents of Nkawie Panin under the municipality of Atwima Nwabiagya in Ghana. He also donated some PPE or personal protective equipment that is necessary for the healthcare workers to some of the nurses and doctors at the Nkawie Government Hospital.
Charlotte Adwoa Tumutuom, Danny Welbeck’s aunt, got the responsibility from him to donate the essential items in the respective areas. She spoke about the concern that his nephew has shown during this difficult time. She said Danny Welbeck has been concerned about the residents of the West African nation since this COVID-19 pandemic started and he thought how these people are going to survive in this condition. Read More
In the same manner that characterized much of his time at Manchester United and Arsenal, Danny Welbeck is currently on a 3 months injury lay-off at Watford and is said to be close to a return any time soon.
The England international is almost the equivalent of Arsenal’s AbouDiaby except when fit, Danny plays like one who has never been under the needle before. Read More