- Wed Oct 11 12:20 PM
NEWCASTLE have reportedly set their sights on Liverpool striker Danny Ings.
- Wed Oct 11 6:10 AM
DANNY INGS reportedly remains the subject of interest from Newcastle.
This Is Anfield
- Tue Oct 10 7:00 AM
We continue our Liverpool FC academy profile series with the lowdown on Liverpool’s skilful former Newcastle United youngster, Luis Longstaff. …
- Tue Oct 10 6:10 AM
ALEKSANDAR MITROVIC is a January transfer target for Premier League newcomers Brighton.
- Mon Oct 9 10:30 PM
23-year-old frozen out by Rafa Benitez after elbow ban wanted by fellow new boys who missed summer striker targets
- Mon Oct 9 2:45 PM
The controversial billionaire boss of Sports Direct could be handing over the keys to St James' Park as early as before next February - and he'll make a tidy profit
- Mon Oct 9 6:15 AM
Ian Wright has urged Jurgen Klopp to adopt Rafael
Benitez’s approach to defensive work on the training ground. Liverpool have struggled defensively so far this season to raise questions about Klopp’s ability to coach his back four. The Reds have already conceded a staggering 12 goals in seven gam...
- Sat Oct 7 10:30 PM
The Toon are facing questions as HMRC’s Operation Loom officers believe Newcastle "systematically abused the tax system"
- Sat Oct 7 10:30 PM
The Reds are wanted by top investor Amanda Staveley, who watched the 1-1 draw at Newcastle from the stands last week
- Sat Oct 7 7:44 AM
The 23-year-old defender has committed his long-term future to St. James' Park by signing a new contract with the club until 2023
|Steven will have analysed everything — and realised that's a good approach,
said Benitez. Now he's in the position.
The owner is the owner and he is always welcome here, so no problems,
said Benitez. If he wants to come, it is not a problem. We are a professional club and we are open to anyone. And as the owner, he can come whenever he wants.
You want competitive professionals,
said Benitez. It's very positive.
I said that to win a cup with our squad would not be easy but we picked a team here to win,
said Benitez. Nobody can complain about that, the team was good enough to win. There was a disappointing thing at the end [the penalty decision] and that is difficult to take. The penalty cl...