Liverpool will be hoping to build on their morale-boosting win over West Bromwich Albion with a win away to rock-bottom Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.
Plenty of criticism has been aimed in QPR’s direction since their desperately poor performance at West Ham United last time out. Behind to an early own goal, they never threatened a comeback and the attitude and work-rate of a number of the players has been called into question.
Liverpool right-back Glen Johnson believes that teammate Raheem Sterling was simply too honest when he told England boss Roy Hodgson that he needed resting for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia, reports the Liverpool Echo.
Sterling began the game in Tallinn on the bench after having words with Hodgson about his physical condition in the build-up. He came on as a substitute in the final quarter of the 1-0 victory, but that did n...More
Daniel Sturridge has been ruled out for up to another four weeks after picking up a calf injury on his comeback to fitness, Sky Sports is reporting.
The striker had been on the road to recovery after he suffered a thigh injury whilst on England duty but has now been dealt a fresh blow that will hurt fans and manager Brendan Rodgers.
Liverpool haven’t quite looked the same team without their main marksman, with Mario Balotelli, Ricki...More
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has refuted any claims that the club may have put pressure on England head coach Roy Hodgson to leave Raheem Sterling out of this week’s qualifying match with Estonia, reports Sky Sports.
Jamaica born Sterling played only the first half of England’s previous game against San Marino, but he complained of tiredness and was not selected to start the tricky away tie in Estonia a few days later.
England manager Roy Hodgson wants to speak with Liverpool counterpart Brendan Rodgers over Raheem Sterling’s fitness when he attends the Reds’ Premier League game against Queens Park Rangers, the Daily Telegraph has reported.
Hodgson revealed after England’s win over Estonia, in which Sterling was only a second half substitute, that the winger had said he felt too tired to start the match. It led to a disagreement between Hodgson and...More
England manager Roy Hodgson has been branded a ‘dinosaur’ for his comments and handling of the Raheem Sterling tiredness row, according to Sky Sports.
Sterling approached Hodgson before England’s game against Estonia and professed that he felt tired and not at peak form – asking to be left out of the starting line-up.
He subsequently was and after the national team boss revealed this after the game the 19-year-old has had to defen...More
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