Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge will be out of action for a month, after tearing a muscle following the Reds’ defeat to Manchester United last weekend, reports Sky Sports.
The England international has missed the majority of the campaign through injury, and could now be sidelined for another month with the muscle tear. He was due to play for the Three Lions in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania and their friendly to co...More
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has questioned the three-match ban handed to him for stamping on Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea, the Daily Telegraph has reported, insisting any incident was a total accident.
Skrtel was sanctioned for stamping in the closing moments of United’s 2-1 win at Anfield and banned retrospectively, joining Reds captain Steven Gerrard in sitting out the next three games for disciplinary reasons ...More
One of English football’s most notorious and fierce rivalries added another chapter to its storied history on Sunday, when Liverpool hosted a resurgent Man Utd side at Anfield. The hard hitting action of clashes past continued the tradition of bruising encounters between the two sides – a point highlighted by the dismissal of Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard less than 40 seconds after entering the fray as a substitute.
Liverpool could make a summer approach for Monaco striker Radamel Falcao, the Daily Telegraph has reported, the Colombia international who has spent this season on loan at Manchester United.
Falcao moved on a season-long basis to Old Trafford late in the summer transfer window, having been at the principality club for 12 months, moving from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2013. Falcao made 22 appearances for Monaco, scoring 13 go...More
After Liverpool lost 2-1 to Manchester United on the weekend, with the Red Devils totally dominant in the game for the duration, manager Brendan Rodgers revealed his disappointment in his side’s first-half performance, reports Sky Sports.
Liverpool were full of errors in the opening 45 minutes, which also led to their attacking options being completely ineffective. The Merseysiders looked out of sorts all over the pitch, and made ...More
Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata scored two goals, as the Red Devils did the league double against fierce rivals Liverpool at Anfield, which also saw captain Steven Gerrard sent off in his last derby game against United, reports
Manchester United started strongly, and took little time to make their dominance count. Juan Mata, who has been underused at times this season, cut inside from the right flank, and cooll...More
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