On-loan winger Victor Moses has said that he is determined to help Liverpool win the Premier League title and end his loan spell on a high, Sky Sports reports.
The 23-year-old is on a season-long loan from title rivals Chelsea and despite being a Chelsea player he has said he is committed to helping the Reds to the title.
Although he is currently playing for the Merseyside club, the Nigerian has said that he expects to return to Che...More
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has claimed that the club’s owners are happy with the direction that the club is heading in, according to Sky Sports.
After finishing in seventh place last season Liverpool have made a bid for the Premier League title with just three games remaining and have secured Champions League football next season.
Rodgers met with the club’s principal owners John W Henry and chairman Tom Werner earlier this m...More
Liverpool Managing Director Ian Ayre believes that the club will be capable of competing in the transfer market for top players this summer in what could potentially be a busy summer at Anfield, Sky Sports reports.
After the club finished seventh last season and failed to even achieve Europa League football, they have become a far more attractive prospect this year - becoming favourites to win the title and securing a straight passag...More
Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass believes that his side’s performance against Liverpool will give them the confidence needed to avoid relegation, Sky Sports reports.
The Merseyside club beat Norwich 3-2 on Sunday to extend their lead at the top of the table to five points and to hand the Canaries their third defeat in a row.
Despite being just one point above the drop zone and facing a difficult final stretch including games agai...More
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
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