Liverpool can benefit from Chelsea Slump


Former Manchester United and City midfielder Owen Hargreaves believes that new Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will look towards taking advantage of Chelsea’s poor run of form right now. It has been a poor defence to the league title by the reigning English champions.

They have already suffered more defeats than they did through the entire last season. Chelsea had been good at home under Jose Mourinho but even this form has been looking shaky with defeats against the likes of Southampton. The run appears to get tougher with a game against Liverpool coming up, and with Mourinho now pushed to one side.

Swap, swap, need


Roll up, roll up; it’s that time of year again: the transfer rumour bandwagon is charging into town, bringing all the usual whispers and gossip along with it.

Is it too late to ask for a minor Christmas miracle to come your club’s way? Or will you just have to resign yourself to another month of disappointment as transfer target after transfer target comes and goes?

Unfortunately, for most of us the best we can hope for is the odd loan deal here and there to help steady the ship and finish the season in mid-table mediocrity (again).



With 10 matches remaining until the end of the Premier League, Liverpool is sitting in 2nd place alongside Arsenal as they both share 59 points and are looking very likely on securing a Champions League qualification spot for the upcoming season.

The managing director of Liverpool, Ian Ayre revealed some of the plans he has which will help the club on fighting against the best clubs in the world in the Champions League and hopefully get back in track on securing the silverware they haven’t won since 2005.

Liverpool / Everton Sport City Talk Fail

A TOP-LEVEL meeting has failed to deliver progress on new stadia for Liverpool and Everton football clubs.

LFC chief executive Christian Purslow and his Everton counterpart Robert Elstone sat down with city council officials and Liverpool University yesterday, at the instigation of the university. Liverpool FC made clear the club is committed to building a new £400m ground, despite its problems raising finance to fund the 60,000-seater.

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