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
Sunderland striker Connor Wickham admitted that scoring a brace against Manchester City on Wednesday was a huge relief, according to Sky Sports.
Wickham joined the Black Cats from Ipswich for £8 million in 2011 but has struggled to justify his price tag.
After grabbing his first goals since 2011 against Manchester City, the forward is ready to start scoring regularly again.
"It was a massive relief for me to score," he said, "Not j...More
A number of Premier League clubs are interested in Sunderland’s Jack Colback, Sky Sports has reported, with the midfielder’s contract due to expire at the end of the season.
Colback is a graduate of the Sunderland academy but is expected to depart once his current deal runs out after the club and player failed to agree terms on an extension. It is thought Colback could still remain at the Stadium of Light but that is dependent on Sun...More
Manchester City have the chance to move back to within four points of leaders Liverpool as they take on lowly Sunderland at the Etihad Stadium.
On Sunday, Manuel Pellegrini’s side came back well after being the latest victims of another Liverpool first half onslaught, only for Vincent Kompany’s mistake to cost them dearly.
While matters are now out of their hands and defeat at Anfield has made regaining the title a more difficult ta...More
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has admitted that there is something “wrong” at the club, and says he must work to fix that if the club have any chance of moving forward, according to Sky Sports.
Sunderland’s good form in the cups this season had seemed to put them in a good position in the relegation battle, with just a few points separating them from safety and with games in hand, but the Black Cats have now gone eight games without a...More
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has said that he is unsure where the future of striker Emanuele Giaccherini lies, according to Sky Sports.
The forward has struggled since arriving at the Stadium of Light from Juventus in the summer, with only three goals to show this season.
Despite the Italy international’s disappointing return, Poyet has refused to make any decisions on his future with Premier League survival still in sight.
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