BRENDAN RODGERS’ coaching team has been ripped apart after assistant boss Colin Pascoe was axed last night.
Manuel Pellegrini has said he is unaware regarding speculation surrounding Pep Guardiola and Manchester City. In the final day of our week-long look at the top clubs in the Premier League, it's time to look at the managers. BOSS REVIEW: Premier League managers Chelsea: Mourinho needs UCL improvement Man Utd: Decent start from Van Gaal Man City: Pellegrini peril with Pep lurking Arsenal: Cup King Wenger needs a title challenge Liverpool: Rodgers clings on despite failings Rate the boss — how Manuel Pellegrini performed in 2014-15 Manchester City's 2014-15 season started poorly, picked up demonstrably in the winter, dropped off again critically in the New Year and finished strongly with a six game winning streak. It is a human weakness to remember the most recent action in one's existence more clearly than anything else. Thus, Pellegrini seems to have…
Mario Balotelli struggles, Philippe Countinho shines and Steve Harper is City’s veteran heroIn most circumstances Hull circumspect formation would be the most obvious approach to games against apparently superior sides, though with victories essential as they battle to avoid relegation there could have been more ambition. With a five-man defence supported when Liverpool had the ball by at least three others – often N’Doye was the only man ahead of the ball as they battled to regain possession – they formed a formidable barrier, but at the expense of ceding possession and limiting their offensive options. It is hard to be critical in the context of a precious victory, but their opportunities were few and had one of Liverpool’s late thrusts come to fruition they would surely have regretted their failure to subject the visitors’ defence to greater examination. Continue reading…
Liverpool Football Club are delighted to announce Jordan Henderson has signed a new long-term contract with the club.
A senior policeman has fought back over allegations he ordered officers to blame the Hillsborough tragedy on drunken, ticketless Liverpool fans, describing a junior colleague who made the claim against him as an “idiot.”
LIVERPOOL hero Danny Murphy has claimed that he expects Raheem Sterling to leave the club in the near future.
‘Muslims praying at half time at the match yesterday DISGRACE.’
TO say it’s been a bad day at the office for Paris St-Germain defender David Luiz would be an understatement.
What a difference a year makes for reborn Manchester United.
Last year, at the start of the new inquests into the deaths of 96 supporters at Hillsborough, the families of those who died were asked to write and read out short personal portraits of each of the victims.