Brendan Rodgers has said that more than wanting to win the Premier League title with Liverpool, he wants to do it in the right style, ESPN has reported.
The Reds lead the table by two points from Chelsea, their nearest challengers and a future opponent at Anfield. But Liverpool have scored almost 30 goals more than the Blues - and five more than third-place Manchester City, who have 88 to Liverpool’s 93. Chelsea, by contrast, have 66...More
Tottenham Hotspur Head Coach Tim Sherwood is said to have been asked by his superiors to give club record signing Erik Lamela more game time before the end of the Premier League season, the Daily Telegraph has reported.
Sherwood had previously said that Lamela, signed for £30m from Roma, would not feature again this season after spending much of the campaign on the sidelines through injury. But Lamela is expected back in full trainin...More
Roberto Martinez has admitted seeing Everton lose at home to Crystal Palace on Wednesday was a painful experience, ESPN has reported.
Goals from Jason Puncheon, Scott Dann and Cameron Jerome gave the Eagles victory, with Steven Naismith and Kevin Mirallas replying for the home side. The result leaves Everton in fifth place, a point behind Arsenal, missing out on the victory that would have sent the Toffees back into the Premier Leagu...More
BBC Sporthas reported that Cardiff City want the Premier League to rule that their 3-0 defeat against Crystal Palace shouldn’t stand amid the spying allegations made by the Welsh side.
A letter sent by Cardiff to the Premier League has been seen by the BBC and they claim it includes the request that the result be cancelled, described by the BBC as “effectively a three-point deduction against Palace.” Palace deny the allegations.
Luis Suarez has asked Liverpool fans to try and keep calm during the Reds’ last four Premier League games this season, Sky Sports has reported.
Brendan Rodgers’ side are four games away from the title, leading the league by two points from Chelsea with the Blues still to come to Anfield. Third-place Manchester City were put to the sword in Liverpool’s last outing but Suarez doesn’t want the supporters getting ahead of themselves.
Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho didn’t mince his words when reflecting on Wednesday’s 2-2 draw with Sunderland, Sky Sports reporting that the Brazil international described the result as a “complete disaster” for the Premier League title challengers.
City went ahead early through Fernandinho before a second-half brace from Connor Wickham but the Black Cats in front with seven minutes to play. A Samir Nasri goal two minutes fro...More
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