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15 hrs ago | Football365
Liverpool want out-of-favour Ezequiel Lavezzi or Barcelona's Pedro , Eden Hazard set for new five-year deal... LIVERPOOL TO MOVE FOR LAVEZZI The gossip is still largely thin on the ground following the closure of the summer window, but some hardy souls are still out there with one ear to the ground and the other placed suitably close to the grapevine. The Daily Express do have something sizeable for us, in the shape of an Ezequiel Lavezzi to Liverpool story - we're not going to mention their woeful recent success rate in predicting deals.
19 hrs ago | Business News
Tim Wiese is considering an offer from the WWE but Arsenal , Liverpool , Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur may have to watch outa A move from the prestige of the Premier League to the bright lights of World Wrestling Entertainment may not sound like a natural career progression to many, but that could all change if Tim Wiese has his way. Previously of Werder Bremen and more recently Hoffenheim, the former Germany international is currently considering a move into the world of wrestling.
23 hrs ago | Times of Oman
Liverpool's English midfielder Raheem Sterling and Italian forward Mario Balotelli run during a training session at their Melwood training ground in Liverpool, north-west England, on September 15, 2014, ahead of their UEFA Champions League match against Ludogorets at Anfield. Photo - AFP/PAUL ELLIS 1. Laughable logic IT does not matter how many coaches Harry Redcap has at his disposal, he still cannot set up Queens Park Rangers properly away from home.
Yesterday | Football365
There are key differences - largely off the pitch - but Liverpool fan Sam Drury has spotted five things that are similar five years on. A big sale, a big Italian arrival... On that occasion it preceded a dreary dead rubber against Fiorentina.
Yesterday | Daily Mail
Jordan Henderson is Liverpool vice-captain: Midfielder rewarded for hard work and has made up for his A 16m fee after nervy start... so, is he Steven Gerrard's successor? With Andy Carroll having arrived for A 35million in January that year, along with A 23million Luis Suarez, Kenny Dalglish was determined to bring in more quality and give Liverpool the options and depth they had been lacking. So in came Charlie Adam ; Stewart Downing was the main priority to provide service from the flanks, while Jose Enrique and Sebastian Coates came in to bolster the defence.
Yesterday | The First Post
Arsenal and Liverpool are reported to be on "red alert" following Pedro 's assertion that he could be prepared to say goodbye to the Nou Camp. Despite the fact that the 27-year-old winger wouldn't be able to leave Barcelona until the January transfer window, the Daily Star says the two Premier League clubs are frothing with excitement at the prospect of getting their hands on the Spanish international.
Yesterday | RTE.ie
The Merseysiders begin their campaign tonight by hosting Bulgarian champions Ludogorets and will also play holders Real Madrid and Swiss side Basel in Group B. Scholes, a member of the Manchester United side that won the 2008 final, expects Anfield to be a tough place for visiting sides. "Brendan Rodgers has done a fantastic job.
Yesterday | Yahoo!
Bulgarian minnows Ludogorets claim to have found weaknesses in Tuesday's Champions League opponents Liverpool , the five time European champions they visit for their debut in the group stage. "Liverpool are a very strong side but they have some weak points and we should make the most of it," Ludogorets captain Svetoslav Dyakov told reporters before departing for England on Monday.
And on this evidence, in Abel Hernandez and Enner Valencia, both Hull and West Ham have found two strikers with equal bite to the departed Luis Suarez. It's asking a lot for the pair to match the exploits of Liverpool's former hero but for starters, this wasn't a bad entrance.
Real Madrid's dramatic victory over city rivals Atletico remains fresh in the memory but with a new campaign come new challenges. There are new records to be broken, new dreams to be realised and new heroes to be born.
In the case of the free-scoring Diego Costa at Chelsea, you didn't need to be the Special One to know how this was likely to play out. Call a taxi for Fernado Torres and, in a single swoop, swap one the most fragile and forlorn strikers in European football's elite for one of its most powerful and prolific.
Welcome to world football's Monday Morning Hangover, a rip-off of the NFL section's own Monday Morning Hangover so egregious that Mike Tanier is probably writing me a strongly worded email as we speak. Don't blame me, Mike, blame my bosses Anyway, this article will round up the key stories and important points from the last weekend in world football, with a particular focus on the Premier League.
Some players burst onto the scene at such a tender age, it's often easy to forget just how young they are as their progress is tracked and forensically analysed. Philippe Coutinho is a gifted playmaker who shone in patches for Internazionale in Serie A, but following a move to Liverpool , the then 20-year-old caught the eye with his majestic intricacy and patent for a stunning through ball.
From summer signings to youth prospects, Goal looks at which exciting players are ready to take on the European elite for the first time... By Miles Chambers Every season, the Champions League contains the vast majority of the best players on the planet - but familiarity can breed contempt, so it's always exciting to watch fresh faces burst on to the European scene and steal the limelight. The 2014-15 campaign brings a number of prestigious clubs - such as Liverpool, Roma and Monaco - back into the elite fold after a few years away and with them come attackers, midfielders and defenders who will hope to excite a whole new audience.
After missing out on European football last season, Liverpool finished surprising runners-up to Manchester City in the Premier League. Returning to the Champions League after a five-year absence on Tuesday, Liverpool will hope to take advantage of a goalkeeping crisis inflicting their unheralded opponents Ludogorets.
There is something about Anfield's atmosphere on European nights that could prove really significant when the Champions League starts again this week. Liverpool are back for the first time since they were knocked out in the group stages in 2009.
Former Liverpool star Jamie Carragher believes that Radamel Falcao will prove to be a great signing for Manchester United if he can recapture his old form. Manchester United will return to Premier League action today when they take on Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford, and there is one former Liverpool star who is looking forward to the clash.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 09:40 pm
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