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LIVER BIRD – Fixtures Released 2014/2015

So in the midst of World Cup fever we finally get a glimmer of our beloved Liverpool FC again as the fixtures for next season were announced today. A tricky start some may say with Southampton at home first followed by Manchester City and Tottenham away respectively to complete the month of August.The first Merseyside derby is on 27th September and our first clash with Chelsea is on the 8th November. Our first meeting with Manchester United isn’t until December 13th at Old Trafford. Arsenal then come to Anfield during that month on the 20th.As for the end of the season Liverpool have a trip to Stoke to contend with, not the easiest of final days if it came down to a close finish again like this season! To see the fixture list in full please see below. (All information provided by liverpoolfc.com)AUGUST16 Southampton (H)23 Manchester City (A)30 Tottenham Hotspur (A)SEPTEMBER13 Aston Villa (H)20 West Ham (A)27 Everton (H)OCTOBER4 West Brom (H)18 QPR (A)25 Hull (H)NOVEMBER1 Newcastle United (A)8 Chelsea (H)22 Crystal Palace (A)29 Stoke City (H)DECEMBER2 Leicester (A)6 Sunderland (H)13 Manchester United (A)20 Arsenal (H)26 Burnley (A)28 Swansea (H)JANUARY1 Leicester (H)10 Sunderland (A)17 Aston Villa (A)31 West Ham (H)FEBRUARY7 Everton (A)10 Tottenham Hotspur (H)21 Southampton (A)28 Manchester City (H)MARCH3 Burnley (H)14 Swansea (A)21 Manchester United (H)APRIL4 Arsenal (A)11 Newcastle (H)18 Hull (A)25 West Brom (A)MAY2 QPR (H)9 Chelsea (A)16 Crystal Palace (H)24 Stoke City (A)Like “The Liver Bird” on Facebook – www.facebook.com/TheLiverBirdsBlog

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EXPRESS – TRANSFER NEWS: Costa's Chelsea medical, Liverpool's Suarez stance and Colback bidding war

DIEGO COSTA is on the brink of signing for Chelsea after undergoing a medical ahead of a £32million move to Stamfod Bridge while Liverpool are refusing to budge over Luis Suarez. Elsewhere, ex-Arsenal and Fulham defender Philippe Senderos is set to join Aston Villa and Newcastle and West Ham are all after Sunderland’s Jack Colback.

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