MATT BARLOW: If Raheem Sterling was too tired in Estonia, he looked exhausted in Dublin during England’s goalless draw against the Republic of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium.
Roy Hodgson thinks Raheem Sterling needs to develop a “thicker skin” after the young winger was booed throughout England’s friendly against the Republic of Ireland.
Neither side threatened the goal too often as the Republic of Ireland and England played out a scoreless draw. Raheem Sterling battles for the ball as England failed to break through. DUBLIN — Three quick thoughts from the 0-0 draw as Ireland held England at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Sunday. 1. England's pace issue holds them back The presence of Raheem Sterling on the left side of England's midfield should have ensure that pace could be injected into their attacking bursts on a sun soaked day in Dublin, yet the Liverpool winger's indifferent performance contributed to a lacklustre display from Roy Hodgson's men. The decision to replace Sterling with Andros Townsend after…
Here are four Brisbane Roar players to keep an eye on when Liverpool tackle the A-League team in a pre-season friendly in Australia on July 17.
The entire Liverpool squad will be hurting from a chastening end to the season at Stoke City and will be desperate to put things right as soon as possible, according to John Aldridge.
TELEGRAPH – Liverpool transfer news and rumours: Mateo Kovacic agrees personal terms for £15.2 million move
Liverpool transfer gossip: Inter are still holding out for £18.1 million for the midfielder.
Jordan Henderson admitted Liverpool’s final-day defeat at Stoke City was ’embarrassing’ but has promised he and his teammates will be better for the experience.
ECHO – Henderson: Liverpool have made ‘fantastic signing’ in Milner and my hopes Raheem will stay at Anfield
Reds midfielder also reveals how he can never fully repay Roy Keane for his development, reports Paul Hirst
A press conference was held in Bangkok on Wednesday to announce Liverpool’s return to Thailand this summer. Here are some photos from the event.
• Midfielder takes £15,000 a week pay cut to join Liverpool • England international will join on 1 July when contract expires• Burnley striker Danny Ings next possible transfer• Brendan Rodgers to remain at Liverpool after talksJames Milner has agreed personal terms with Liverpool and will join Brendan Rodgers’ side on a free transfer when his contract expires at Manchester City at the end of the month.The 29-year-old has been a target of the Liverpool manager since last summer, when he refused City’s offer of a contract extension worth up to £165,000 a week. He has agreed in principle to move to Merseyside despite Manuel Pellegrini’s desire to keep him and interest from Arsenal. Milner will officially become a Liverpool player on 1 July. Related: Brendan Rodgers to remain at Liverpool after positive talks with club officials Related: Martin Skrtel says Liverpool contract offer is ‘unacceptable’ Continue reading…