- Mon Nov 13 3:14 PM
The Reds players wrapped up against the cold as they trained ahead of their twelfth Premier League game of the season
- Mon Nov 13 2:24 PM
MOHAMED SALAH and Danny Ings were just two of the first-team stars in action as Liverpool trained at Melwood this morning.
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- Mon Nov 13 2:14 PM
was among those pictured at Melwood on Monday, as Jurgen Klopp oversees preparations for Liverpool vs. Southampton. The …
- Mon Nov 13 1:10 PM
Liverpool players not on international duty were back at Melwood on Monday for a double-session workout ahead of the weekend clash with Southampton at Anfield - and photographer was on hand to snap the lads being put through their paces.
- Sun Nov 12 4:48 PM
, who played for Liverpool between 2007 and 2011, has started just twice in all competitions for Spanish outfit Atletico Madrid this season.
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- Sun Nov 12 4:00 PM
It has been suggested that Dejan Lovren should return for Liverpool’s clash with Southampton, but does Ragnar Klavan deserve to …
- Sun Nov 12 12:06 PM
The Southampton goalkeeper played under the Dutchman at St Mary's, and believes he would be perfect for international management
- Sun Nov 12 11:48 AM
England are embarking on a new era under Gareth Southgate where the emphasis is being placed on blooding young players, according to the Sunday Supplement panel.
- Fri Nov 10 2:13 PM
Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino talks to BBC South Today about his footballing philosophy while playing against a media team.
- Fri Nov 10 6:45 AM
is closing in on a return to action for Liverpool FC after his lengthy lay-off with a thigh injury, according to reports in the British media. Metro is reporting that Lallana is due to play in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Liverpool’s training ground next week as he bids to get h...
- Thu Nov 9 7:50 AM
Northern Ireland captain Steven Davis
was given a quiz by Sky Sports about his own career ahead of winning his 100th international cap.
|There was was likelihood, considering it was Jon Moss, he would give a red card,
said Hughes. It was hard on us because I thought we were very comfortably and clearly we were going to see the game out quite comfortably in my view.
Having the sending-off and then referees not doing their job happens too often,
said Hughes. Before games we shouldn't as management teams worry about which referees we have got, but it happens too often and that's what everyone does, you worry about the referees about being strong enough...
We can still learn from the game itself and that is good from my point of view, in terms of leading into the Bournemouth game,
I don't think we'll fall into the trap of thinking that we got job done last weekend because we haven't. Nowhere near it,