Pellegrini plans to attack

Pellegrini plans to attack

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that he plans to attack when his team faces Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday. Ahead of the biggest game of the season, Pellegrini has insisted that he will not risk his team's title chances by playing for a draw at Anfield. Although City currently sit 4 points off Liverpool and the top of the Barclays Premier League, they have 2 games in hand over Liverpool and Pellegrini said "Maybe I am wrong but I …
No rush for new Rodgers contract

No rush for new Rodgers contract

Liverpool Football Club managing director Ian Ayre insists there is no reason to rush into contract talks with manager Brendan Rodgers. The reds currently sit top of the Barclays Premier League with six games to go and many put that down to the work done by Rodgers. Rodgers himself is in no rush to get into contract talks as his current deal does not expire until June 2015. "It's never been an issue. We will have our own dialogue at …
Sturridge: Do it for Gerrard

Sturridge: Do it for Gerrard

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has said he hope to see club legend Steven Gerrard lift the Barclays Premier League trophy at the end of the season. Liverpool currently sit top of the pile, 2 points clear of Chelsea with only 6 games to go. Sturridge said: “If we win it, Stevie really deserves it, and he should win the Premier League because of everything he has done for this club. “Every player in this team will do their best to …
Moyes could lose Giggs during the Summer

Moyes could lose Giggs during the Summer

Manchester United boss David Moyes is facing the prospect of losing player-coach Ryan Giggs during a huge Summer of change for the club. Whilst it is well knows that there will be an overhaul of the playing staff, it is becoming more and more clear that there will be changes behind the scenes. The biggest change could well be with Ryan Giggs leaving the club following a series of disagreements between him and David Moyes. Although both have dismissed these …
Moyes admits it's all down to him

Moyes admits it's all down to him

Under-fire Manchester United manager David Moyes has admitted that the teams dramatic demise is all down to him. Following his teams humiliating 3-0 defeat at home to local rivals Manchester City, David Moyes has admitted that he is the cause of their lack of form. "I am the one who picks the team," Moyes said. "I take responsibility and always will do. It is disappointing. "I thought it would be a tough year but I hoped it would be more …
Liverpool are the fans favourite

Liverpool are the fans favourite

England and Liverpool right back Glen Johnson believes the Anfield club are the neutrals favourite to win this seasons Barclays Premier League. Liverpool are the league's entertainers and have racked up an impressive 82 goals so far in the league following another impressive performance in the 6-3 away win at Cardiff City. This approach is what Johnson believes makes his team the neutrals favourites. "Just to spice things up the neutrals would want to see us win it," Johnson said. …
Rodgers is THE man says Gerrard

Rodgers is THE man says Gerrard

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has said that Brendan Rodgers is the "best man-manager he has ever worked with". Rodgers has been in charge of the reds since 2012 and is the sixth manager Gerrard has had in his 16 year Anfield career. "He has been a revelation," said the 33-year-old. "He keeps tinkering and tweaking formations, making little changes to personnel and pulls it off. "You go out feeling full of confidence and belief. His one-on-one management is the best …
We are genuine contenders now says Gerrard

We are genuine contenders now says Gerrard

Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard has said his reds team are now "genuine title contenders". Speaking after his team's 3-0 demolition of Manchester United at Old Trafford yesterday, Gerrard, who scored two and missed one of the three penalties his team were awarded, said "We've showed that we are genuine contenders and we are going to fight to the end for this," Gerrard also confirmed that he felt his team were far superior during the whole 90 minutes, saying "I have come here …
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