Liverpool will soon have Mamadou Sakho back available after the defender confirmed his return to training is imminent, ESPN has reported.
A hip problem ruled Sakho out of the Reds’ last game, the 2-0 win over Southampton, and he will also be missing for the trip to Turkey to play Besiktas in the Europa League. The France international, replaced by Dejan Lovren against the Saints, last appeared in the first leg win over Besiktas on...More
Despite Liverpool having many players injured ahead of their Europa League clash against Besiktas tonight, manager Brendan Rodgers is still confident his men can get the job done, reports Sky Sports.
The Reds have Jordan Henderson, Philippe Coutinho, Glen Johnson, Mamadou Sakho, Steven Gerrard, Lucas Leiva, Lazar Markovic all set to miss the clash against Beskitas, which makes their task of getting a result on the road even harder...More
Burnley striker Danny Ings will decide to join Premier League rivals Liverpool rather than move to Spain and sign for David Moyes’ Real Sociedad, according to the Metro.
The 22-year-old has held talks with Sociedad in recent weeks, with Moyes extremely keen to bring him to the Basque country, but despite being offered lucrative terms, he has decided to go to Merseyside in what he has described as his ‘dream’ move.
Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen says the side’s recent run in the Premier League has dislodged any notion that they were a one-man team when Luis Suarez was at Anfield, reports Sky Sports.
The Merseyside outfit had a sloppy start to the new season, with injuries playing havoc with their form. The sale of striker Luis suarez to Barcelona certainly didn’t help matters, with Daniel Sturridge injured too. Manager Brendan Rodgers even f...More
After Liverpool won 2-0 away to Southampton on the weekend, manager Brendan Rodgers says the achievement of doing the double over their rivals for a Champions League place is a “big step” towards getting where they want to be this season, reports BBC Sport.
Liverpool took the lead against the Saints, with midfielder Philippe Coutinho hitting a fantastic effort from distance that went in via the crossbar. Southampton enjoyed a lot ...More
A goal either side of half-time from Philippe Coutinho and Raheem Sterling saw Liverpool win a tricky and tactical encounter against fellow top-four hopefuls Southampton at St Mary’s, reports BBC Sport.
Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho opened the scoring just minutes into the game with a brilliant strike from distance. The talented Brazilian struck an effort that went in via the crossbar to break the deadlock at St Mary’s.
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