Liverpool

  • Klopp tells in-form Liverpool to 'stay a...

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp told his team to "stay angry" to maintain their fine form and push for a top-four finish. A 4-1 win over West Ham in the Premier League on Saturday saw Klopp's side stretch their unbeaten run to five matches in all competitions. With his team in t...

    Klopp tells in-form Liverpool to 'stay angry'

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp told his team to "stay angry" to maintain their fine form and push for a top-four finish. A 4-1 win over West Ham in the Premier League on Saturday saw Klopp's side stretch their unbeaten run to five matches in all competitions. With his team in third and four points clear of fifth-placed Chelsea, Klopp urged Liverpool to maintain their aggression. "Now we need to stay angry with the rest of the world. We need to stay aggressive," the German said. "You lose a little bit if you win all the time. We didn't win all the time but two, three or four weeks in a row. Then it is hard to win the fifth one as well, to stay on track and do it. "We all know if we lose to Newcastle [Liverpool's next game on Saturday], we stand here and talk and it is different. We have to keep going." Liverpool have been dominant in their recent run, which has included away wins at Porto, Southampton and Huddersfield Town. But Klopp warned his team not to lose their edge, with a trip to Manchester United on March 10 among their upcoming fixtures. "You have a good moment, you have to keep it going – that's the most difficult thing to do," Klopp said. "When the sun is shining, you're having a good run and you have all this press work to do, LFC TV and stuff like that. "They are all so positive then we start doing the funny things and all that stuff so you get completely soft."

  • Premier League injuries, suspensions &am...

          ARSENAL █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Alexandre Lacazette - Injured, knee - Late March/early April return Santi Cazorla - Injured, Achilles - Res...

    Premier League injuries, suspensions & return dates

          ARSENAL █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Alexandre Lacazette - Injured, knee - Late March/early April return Santi Cazorla - Injured, Achilles - Rest of the season       BOURNEMOUTH █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Tyrone Mings - Injured, back - Unknown       BRIGHTON █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Steve Sidwell - Injured, back - Unknown Jiri Skalak - Injured, ankle - Unknown       BURNLEY █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Tom Heaton - Injured, shoulder - Early March Jon Walters - Injured, knee - Early March Scott Arfield – Injured, calf – March James Tarkowski – Injured, groin – March Robbie Brady - Injured, knee - Rest of the season Steven Defour - Injured, knee - Rest of the season       CHELSEA █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Tiemoue Bakayoko - Doubtful, knock David Luiz - Doubtful, knock Ross Barkley - Doubtful, thigh Izzy Brown - Injured, knee - Unknown Ruben Loftus-Cheek - Injured, ankle - Rest of the season       CRYSTAL PALACE █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Joel Ward - Doubtful, muscle injury Yohan Cabaye - Doubtful, adductor strain Martin Kelly - Doubtful, hamstring Mamadou Sakho - Doubtful, calf Jeffrey Schlupp - Injured, ankle - Early March Wilfried Zaha - Injured, knee - Mid-March return Julian Speroni - Injured, knee - Mid-April return Connor Wickham - Injured, knee - Unknown Scott Dann - Injured, knee - Rest of the season Bakary Sako - Injured, ankle - Rest of the season Jason Puncheon - Injured, knee - Rest of the season       EVERTON █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Phil Jagielka - Doubtful, knock Leighton Baines - Doubtful, calf Ramiro Funes Mori - Doubtful, fitness Seamus Coleman - Injured, thigh - Early March return Maarten Stekelenburg - Injured, groin - Mid March return Eliaquim Mangala - Injured, knee - Rest of the season, TBC James McCarthy - Injured, broken leg - Rest of the year       HUDDERSFIELD TOWN █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Philip Billing - Doubtful, illness Chris Lowe - Doubtful, hamstring  Aaron Mooy - Injured, knee - Early March return Elias Kachunga - Injured, knee - March return Jon Stankovic​ - Injured, knee injury - March return Sean Scannell - Injured, shoulder - March return       LEICESTER CITY █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Shinji Okazaki - Injured, knee - March return       LIVERPOOL █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Georginio Wijnaldum - Doubtful, illness Danny Ings - Doubtful, illness Nathaniel Clyne - Injured, back - Mid-March return       MANCHESTER CITY   █ BANNED Fabian Delph - Three-match ban - March 7 return + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Raheem Sterling - Doubtful, hamstring Benjamin Mendy - Injured, knee - April return       MANCHESTER UNITED █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Phil Jones - Doubtful, knock Marcos Rojo - Doubtful, knock Daley Blind - Doubtful, ankle Marouane Fellaini - Injured, knee - Late-March return ​Ander Herrera - Injured, hamstring - Unknown Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Injured, knee - Unknown       NEWCASTLE UNITED █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Islam Slimani - Doubtful, thigh Jesus Gamez - Injured, ankle - Unknown       SOUTHAMPTON █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Steven Davis - Doubtful, knock Shane Long, Injured, hamstring - Early March return Maya Yoshida - Injured, knee - Late March return Charlie Austin - Injured, hamstring - Late March/early April return       STOKE CITY █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Ryan Shawcross - Doubtful, ankle Peter Crouch - Doubtful, ankle Stephen Ireland - Injured, calf - Mid-March return       SWANSEA CITY █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Leon Britton - Injured, groin - Late February Renato Sanches - Injured, hamstring - Mid-March return Angel Rangel - Injured, groin - Late March/ early April Wilfried Bony - Injured, knee - Rest of the season Leroy Fer - Injured, Achilles - Rest of the season       TOTTENHAM █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Jan Vertonghen - Doubtful, knock Toby Alderweireld - Injured, thigh - March return       WATFORD █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Gerard Deulofeu - Doubtful, ankle Tom Cleverley - Doubtful, hamstring Younes Kaboul - Doubtful foot Will Hughes - Doubtful, hamstring Jerome Sinclair - Injured, muscular - March return Nathaniel Chalobah - Injured, knee - March return Christian Kabasele - Injured, hamstring - Unknown return Molla Wague - Injured, hamstring - Unknown return Craig Cathcart - Injured, knee - Unknown return Tommy Hoban - Injured, knee - Unknown return       WEST BROM █ BANNED n/a + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Hal Robson-Kanu - Doubtful, knock Daniel Sturridge - Injured, hamstring - Early March return Nacer Chadli - Injured, thigh - Late March return James Morrison - Injured, Achilles - Unknown       WEST HAM █ BANNED Arthur Masuaku - 6-match ban - March 18 return + INJURED / DOUBTFUL Andy Carroll - Injured, ankle - Late April return Edimilson Fernandes - Injured, ankle - Unknown Pedro Obiang - Injured, knee - Rest of the season

  • Salah the best since Henry? Neville offe...

    Gary Neville is refusing to accept that Mohamed Salah is the best Premier League player since Thierry Henry, with 14 names offered to counter a claim from Piers Morgan. The Liverpool forward has been in stunning form this season, netting 31 times across all competitions. He has...

    Salah the best since Henry? Neville offers 14 names to counter Piers Morgan claim

    Gary Neville is refusing to accept that Mohamed Salah is the best Premier League player since Thierry Henry, with 14 names offered to counter a claim from Piers Morgan. The Liverpool forward has been in stunning form this season, netting 31 times across all competitions. He has exceeded all expectations at Anfield, with a £36.9 million transfer fee made to look quite the bargain. Salah has been able to maintain his high standards throughout a first campaign back in England since taking in a forgettable stint at Chelsea. Plaudits have rained down on the Egypt international, with it even suggested that his left football is comparable to that of Barcelona talisman Lionel Messi. Morgan has now added his voice to a debate regarding Salah’s standing in the global game, with a famous Arsenal fan of the opinion that the 25-year-old is the best English football has seen since French legend Henry graced the Gunners’ books. Neville, though, believes too much is being made of a few months of fine form, with there countless other players who have impressed over a longer period of time in the last 10 years or so. Pressed to pick a top 10 of those who can be considered to have bettered Salah’s achievements, the former Manchester United defender had little trouble reeling off a list of names. He’s having a great season but He’s not in the top 10 best players since Henry. https://t.co/OW5JXfLlh6 — Gary Neville (@GNev2) February 25, 2018 Not sure but Ronaldo , Hazard , De Bruyne, Silva , Yaya , Suarez , Aguero , Costa , Kompany , Van Persie are ten and I’ve not started thinking . https://t.co/j9gONl5RI0 — Gary Neville (@GNev2) February 25, 2018 Kane , Tevez , Drogba , De Gea — Gary Neville (@GNev2) February 25, 2018 Having run through a group of star names to have graced the likes of United, Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal down the years, Neville was also prepared to support the claims of a follower suggesting that Real Madrid’s ex-Tottenham star Gareth Bale should be in the mix. There can be little doubt that Salah is still some way short of being considered a Premier League great, but he is clearly on the right track. He has been a revelation at Liverpool and carrying that form through to the end of the current campaign and into the next will help to edge him ever closer to the likes of Henry and the rest of the English top-flight elite.

  • Liverpool and Barcelona target Tah pens ...

    Jonathan Tah has extended his contract at Bayer Leverkusen until 2023, the club have confirmed. The Germany centre-back signed a five-year deal at Leverkusen when he joined from Bundesliga rivals Hamburg in July 2015. He has since become a mainstay of their defence, chalking up...

    Liverpool and Barcelona target Tah pens Leverkusen extension until 2023

    Jonathan Tah has extended his contract at Bayer Leverkusen until 2023, the club have confirmed. The Germany centre-back signed a five-year deal at Leverkusen when he joined from Bundesliga rivals Hamburg in July 2015. He has since become a mainstay of their defence, chalking up 69 league appearances. A short statement on the club's Twitter account read: "FanTAHstic News! @jonatah has extended his contract with #Bayer04 until 2023!" Tah is regarded as one of the most promising defenders in European football and the 22-year-old has previously been linked with the likes of Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool. His performances at Leverkusen saw him earn a first Germany call-up in March 2016, and he was taken to the European Championship in the same year to replace the injured Antonio Rudiger.

  • Salah, Mane and Firmino earn 'unbelievab...

    Plaudits continue to rain down on Liverpool’s front three of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, with Emre Can the latest to hail their “unbelievable” talents. The Reds have been full of goals this season, with their collective tally across all competitions passing 10...

    Salah, Mane and Firmino earn 'unbelievable' praise from Liverpool colleague Can

    Plaudits continue to rain down on Liverpool’s front three of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, with Emre Can the latest to hail their “unbelievable” talents. The Reds have been full of goals this season, with their collective tally across all competitions passing 100 during a Premier League meeting with West Ham. A fearsome attacking unit has contributed 66 efforts towards that century, with Salah leading the way with 31 during a remarkable debut campaign at Anfield. Firmino, meanwhile, has 22 goals to his name and Mane 13, with the in-form trio all on the scoresheet once again in a crushing 4-1 victory over the Hammers. Can told Liverpool’s official website after another star showing: "It's amazing. The front three can score in every game at any minute. It's unbelievable how good they are. They did it again. "We are always happy if they can score and we win." Germany international Can actually opened the scoring against West Ham, with the 24-year-old nodding home from a well-rehearsed set-piece. "I'm happy that I could score because we trained it and I scored like that," she added. "It's always good when you train something and score like that. I'm happy, of course, when I can score and help the team." It remains to be seen how much longer Can will be around to aid the Liverpool cause, as he heads towards the end of his contract and free agency, but for now he remains fully committed to the cause. “It’s a really important [time of the season],” said a man being heavily linked with a summer move to Juventus. “The next game is next week against Newcastle at home again – and we want to win that as well. We have to look from game to game and our aim is to win every game.”

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