Team manager Rush also considering lacing up his boots for Bernabeu cameo
Jamie Carragher has encouraged Danny Ings to make the most of every chance to show his worth for Liverpool once he completes a switch to the club next month.
ECHO – Brendan Rodgers: Liverpool FC will not sell Raheem Sterling this summer – even if he snubs contract offer
Liverpool FC boss says England star will remain at Anfield despite interest from elsewhere – and reveals he invited him for dinner after legal highs row
TALKSPORT – Liverpool doing everything they can to help Sturridge return to fitness, insists Rodgers
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• ‘I think we have found some underlying issues,’ says Liverpool manager• Liverpool’s Flanagan out for at least six months after more knee surgeryThe Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, has admitted that their primary aim is to get striker Daniel Sturridge consistently fit and that is why they have sent him to the United States for further assessment.The England international, who has made just 18 appearances in a season blighted by a number of fitness problems, has flown to America to see Dr Peter Asnis, an orthopaedic surgeon connected to club owners Fenway Sports Group’s other major acquisition the Boston Red Sox, in an attempt to solve his current hip injury. Continue reading…
BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche has urged his side not to pin their survival hopes on striker Danny Ings and wants more goals from the rest of his players.
Brian Cowley hoping to raise £10,000 for children’s hospital after ‘incredible’ support his daughter received
Belgian is closing in on Premier League ‘Golden Glove’ award
Liverpool FC boss relishing return of £24million man – and Lucas could make Hull trip
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth recaps Aston Villa's come-from-behind victory against Liverpool to book their place in the FA Cup final. Aston Villa's season is set for a finale that barely seemed plausible just a few weeks ago. Tim Sherwood's appointment as manager was made just in time for him to take a watching brief from the stands as his new team beat Leicester City in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Now Sherwood has inspired Villa to a place in the 2015 final. It will be the club's first appearance in an FA Cup final for 15 years. The 2-1 semifinal victory over Liverpool was only Sherwood's 10th game in charge. In that time…