Category: Liverpool

Revealed: What talks between the Premier League’s big five clubs were really about

“But it’s the age-old argument: US sports franchises versus what they have in Europe. “There are wonderful, wonderful, wonderful elements to relegation and promotion. “And there are good arguments for a closed system.” With Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool all looking like they could fail to qualify for the Champions League next season, a competition

Reds skipper eyes more consistency

Jordan Henderson believes consistency has been Liverpool’s “biggest downfall” and has urged the squad to deliver on a regular basis. Wednesday night’s 3-0 win over Manchester City – very similar in style to the 4-1 demolition at the Etihad Stadium in the first Premier League meeting of the season – exemplified what can be achieved.

Uefa agrees to move Man Utd kick-off

Wayne Rooney (right) scored the winner the last time the two teams met in January Uefa has agreed to Trafford Council’s request to move the kick-off time of Manchester United’s Europa League last-16 second-leg tie against Liverpool at Old Trafford on Thursday, 17 March. The game was due to start at 18:00 GMT but the

Ex-Liverpool owner beaten by burglars

Image copyright Getty Images Sport Image caption David Moores was attacked in his home on Wednesday night Former Liverpool owner David Moores has been attacked during a violent burglary at his home in west Lancashire. He was taken to hospital with head and leg injuries after two men forced their way into his house in

Reds midfielder looks for big finish

Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana has called on his team-mates to repeat the performance against Manchester City in the coming weeks. The former Southampton star was on the scoresheet in the comfortable 3-0 win as the Reds avenged their Capital One Cup final defeat and he is now looking for the side to repeat their efforts

Boss looks to push on

Jurgen Klopp was delighted with the way his Liverpool side bounced back against Manchester City at Anfield on Wednesday night. For Liverpool the 3-0 Premier League victory was revenge for Sunday’s Capital One Cup defeat at Wembley to the same opposition. It kept alive their interest in the league, as fourth place remains tantalisingly within