Reds boss pondering over whether to hand skipper instant first-team recall despite playing just 27 minutes in two months
Swansea City transfer target Andre Ayew had revealed his love of Liverpool – after admitting his desire to play in the Premier League. The Marseille man has been linked with a switch to England for some time, having been approached previously by QPR. But although a move failed to materialise, the Ghanaian international admits there […]
Williams could be re-united with Brendan Rodgers once more.
Steven Pienaar got an eight but only a six for Seamus Coleman
Former Blues captain on why his former club can learn from this weekend’s opponents Swansea
Everton boss Martinez echoes thoughts of ECHO columnist Ian Snodin
Lukaku misses open training to get more treatment on hamstring problem
Lucas Leiva is back in training with Liverpool and will have his match fitness assessed ahead of Sunday’s Anfield clash with Manchester United.
Reds midfielder says manager’s changes maintained pursuit of top four spot
Swansea manager Garry Monk reflects on his side's 1-0 defeat to Liverpool at the Liberty Stadium. In these days when we obsess over short-term success, Swansea City have achieved something quite remarkable that we shouldn't forget. 12 days. That's all. 12 days between the end of an era and the statement of intent. On Feb. 25, Arsenal lost at home to Monaco. Cue the caterwauling. Arsene Wenger's time at the Emirates, they said, had run its course. He was out of time, out of his element. He had to adapt, or go. It was not even two weeks later that Arsenal went to Old Trafford and beat Manchester United in the FA Cup. Suddenly, the talk was of momentum and beating Manchester City to second. That is the time-frame, now, for how…