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Reds have accepted less than half the A 35m they paid Newcastle for the England striker two years ago to get him off their wage bill The Press Association is reporting that Liverpool agreed several weeks ago to accept a fee of A 15million - rising with various add-ons - to get the 24-year-old off their wage bill, as they prepare to start their own ... (more)
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BRADFORD chairman Mark Lawn is ready to get his tatts out for the lads and now he wants boss Phil Parkinson to get some ink of his own - on a new contract.
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Whilst Arsenal secured fourth place in the Premier League on Sunday, they still have a couple of matches to negotiate before they make the Champions League group stage.
And Liverpool boss Rodgers wants him to help plug the gap left in the heart of his backline by the retiring Jamie Carragher.
Hammers boss Sam Allardyce has made no secret of his desire to push through a deal for England international Carroll, who scored seven times during a loan spell from Liverpool this season.
Kop winger Sterling was accused of beating up a young woman in a district of the city called Toxteth, last November.
The Prime Minister doesn't bother to court cheap publicity by sending his regards.
Liverpool today said goodbye to a club legend when Jaime Carragher bows out from professional football.
Liverpool and Arsenal are keen to sign the midfield star, but they are at risk of being out-muscled financially by PSG who sent scouts to watch the 21-year-old last week.
Liverpool ended their season with a 1-0 home win over QPR , courtesy of a 25-yard strike from Philippe Coutinho.
Liverpool's veteran defender Jamie Carragher will say goodbye to Anfield as he plays his final game for the club and hangs up his boots.
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Reading had fought back from two-down to draw it level but the hosts pulled away again to send the Royals down on a defeat Captain Kevin Nolan scored a hat-trick as West Ham signed off the Barclays Premier League campaign with an entertaining win over relegated Reading at Upton Park.
The Premier League will bid farewell to a host of high-profile characters when the 2012-13 season concludes on Sunday, with legendary Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson and Liverpool stalwart Jamie Carragher among the figures taking their leave of the sport.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has confirmed he is keen to retain the services of on-loan Liverpool striker Andy Carroll and hopes a deal can be finalised as soon as possible.