Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has compared Raheem Sterling to Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez following the former’s two-goal display in the Carling Cup win over Bournemouth, ESPN has reported.
The Reds down the Championship leaders 3-1, with Lazar Markovic also on target, as Sterling claimed his first goals since he found the net in September’s 3-1 defeat against West Ham.
Speaking after the match Rodgers rejected the suggestion...More
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers praised the patience and calmness of his side after they won 3-1 against Bournemouth in the Capital One Cup quarter-finals, reports BBC Sport.
“It was an excellent performance. Brilliant by the players, who showed a real calmness and patience with the ball. For 70-80% of the game we controlled it. Overall, it was a great victory for us. When you show patience, movement and technique as we did tonight...More
Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling scored either side of half-time as Brendan Rodgers’ men booked their place into the Capital One Cup semi-finals, reports BBC Sport.
Liverpool took the lead in the 20th minute through Sterling. The young winger headed home from inside the area to put the visitors ahead.
Lazar Markovic scored less than 10 minutes to give Liverpool some much-needed, as Bournemouth were carrying a threat throughout, and...More
The pressure will be all on Liverpool as they make a testing trip to Dorset to take on Championship leaders Bournemouth, a side brimming with confidence.
Under the stewardship of the mercurial Eddie Howe, the Cherries currently possess what is perhaps the best squad in the club’s history, and their current status is incredible given that they seemed likely to exit the Football League as recently as 2009.
Saturday’s 5-3 victory over ...More
The Daily Express has claimed that Liverpool have agreed a £3m fee to bring Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa to Anfield in January.
Ochoa was one of the stand out stars over the course of the World Cup this summer and his performances for his country heaped huge speculation that he could move to a number of Premier League teams.
The keeper however opted for a challenge in Spain with Malaga and arrived at the club on a free followi...More
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is relaxed and confident that Raheem Sterling will remain at the club and become their new talisman, according to the Telegraph.
Rodgers insists that the 20-year-old is not distracted by the growing speculation over his future at the club with Bayern Munich the latest giant to be linked with a move for the winger.
Munich are said to be preparing a summer move for the England youngster after contract ta...More
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