Liverpool, Man United set to thrill fans on super Sunday
Football fans can look forward to an action-packed weekend starting from tomorrow January 17 to Sunday, January 19 when their favourite teams will engage in another thrilling round of games
Only Man City can stop Liverpool becoming invincible
It was the Premier League weekend that saw Liverpool clear another high hurdle on their march to title glory as they beat Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham.
Three things we learned from the Premier League weekend
Liverpool extended their advantage at the top of the Premier League to 14 points with a game in hand by setting a record-breaking pace with their 20th win from 21 games at Tottenham.
Real Madrid face Atletico as imposters gatecrash Spanish Super Cup final in Saudi
Lionel Messi has predictably been the star attraction but there will be no Clasico in Saudi Arabia this weekend, as Atletico Madrid's defeat of Barcelona set up a clash with rivals Real Madrid
Liverpool, Real Madrid, others want Osimhen in January window
Top European club sides reportedly want Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen, during the January window transfer according to Euro Paper Talk. Liverpool are ready to firm up their interest in the Lille striker by making an approach for the Nigerian.
Klopp 'respects' FA Cup but health of Liverpool stars comes first
Jurgen Klopp insists he respects the FA Cup but that won't stop Liverpool's manager prioritising his fatigued players' health in Sunday's FA Cup derby clash against Everton. Naby Keita became the latest addition to Liverpool's growing injury list when he pick up a groin problem before the runaway leaders' 2-0 win over Sheffield United in…
‘Nobody wants to grow up to be a Gary Neville’
Liverpool ace Trent Alexander-Arnold has expressed a desire to change public opinion of full-backs, insisting that “nobody wants to grow up to be a Gary Neville”
Klopp applauds Reds’ unbeaten run
Jurgen Klopp described Liverpool’s accomplishment of going a year without defeat in the Premier League as “exceptional” following the Reds’ 2-0 win over Sheffield United
Klopp calls for end to England's fixture mayhem
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on Friday stepped up his calls to protect players from burn-out after claiming England's festive fixture pile-up was bad for the sport.