Liverpool’s aim this summer should be to continue on from the pace they set with the signings of Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge this past January. Do away with the mindless spending close to home and explore the many alternatives available on the continent. Brendan Rodgers may not have the financial means to be reckless this
Although the Champions League has become by far the most efficient structure in the world of football for producing high-quality, high-stakes, highly entertaining fixtures that even the heights of the World Cup often fail to match, there is a sense of monopolisation about the European tournament. For many years, the Premier League had the traditional
Anton Rodgers, 20, and Brighton teammates Lewis Dunk, 21, George Barker, 21, and Steve Cook, 22, now with Bournemouth, had faced a retrial after a jury failed to reach a verdict in February
Three Brighton footballers, including Liverpool manager Brendan Rogers’ son Anton – plus one Bournemouth player – cleared of sexual assault
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner says Brendan Rodgers has made 'remarkable progress' in his first year at the club. Fenway Sports Group dismissed club legend Kenny Dalglish at the end of last summer and replaced him with Rodgers and, after a difficult start to the season, he has improved things with the side finishing one place higher than last year.
Although yet to be officially confirmed by either Arsenal or Swansea, the Gunners have reportedly agreed terms with the Welsh outfit to sign centre half Ashley Williams on Friday. Should the transfer come to fruition, Arsenal will have beaten out the likes of LIverpool for the 28-year-old Welsh international. Figures between £8-10 million have been banded