Liverpool travel to struggling Norwich City for an early kick-off on Sunday looking to move a step closer to winning their first league title for 24 years.
By the time this match begins, Norwich could find themselves in the bottom three. The defeat to Fulham last time out could prove fatal, despite a performance full of hard work and endeavour, something that was missing in the final few away games of Chris Hughton’s reign. However, ...More
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has warned his players that Manchester City’s recent dip in form is evidence that they cannot take anything for granted in the title run-in, the Guardian has reported.
The Reds have won 10 Premier League games in a row and are now favourites to lift the trophy on May 11. They have four games left, beginning at struggling Norwich City on Sunday, but Rodgers believes that Man City’s form, which has see...More
Liverpool trio Daniel Sturridge, Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard have been named on the six-man shortlist for the PFA Player’s Player of the Year award, Sky Sports has reported.
The three are joined by Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana and Yaya Toure, the Manchester City midfielder. The winner of the award will be announced on April 27.
Gerrard won the prize in 2006 and was named Young Player of the Year in 2...More
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has reminded his side that they can take nothing for granted after Manchester City’s 2-2 draw with Sunderland, Sky Sports reports.
With just four games left of the season for the Reds, they sit top of the Premier League table, two points ahead of Chelsea and now six points ahead of Manchester City.
Liverpool travel to Norwich on Sunday and know they can secure a first title win in 24 years if they w...More
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
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.
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