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Ex-England Stars Rally Around Raheem Sterling After Criticism

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Raheem Sterling has had an interesting few months outside of participating deep into the 2018 World Cup. The agenda that it seems like certain tabloids have had against the Englishman came to a head prior to the beginning of the tournament, as pundits and fans alike accused those outlets of unfairly singling him out, and among other things, racism. Sterling …

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Analysing The Careers of Five Liverpool Stars Who Left The Club

With the ongoing speculation surrounding the future of Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho, we take a look at some of the big players who have left Liverpool over the past 20 years and how their careers have fared in the aftermath. It still remains to be seen whether Liverpool will be able to hold onto Coutinho during this transfer window and …

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Former Liverpool Star Rigobert Song Critical Following Stroke

News is breaking this morning that former Liverpool and West Ham star Rigobert Song is in a critical condition in hospital after suffering a stroke. According to the Daily Mail the 40-year-old suffered a cerebral aneurysm on Sunday and was rushed to a local hospital in Cameroon’s capital, Yaoundé. It is believed the former defender fell ill at his home …

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Robbie Fowler Questions Arsenal Forward’s Place In England Squad

HULL, ENGLAND - MARCH 08: Theo Walcott of Arsenal celebrates during the Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round Replay match between Hull City and Arsenal at KC Stadium on March 8, 2016 in Hull, England. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

If there’s one man who knows all about being omitted from England squads, it’s former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler. Despite being considered one of the best English finishers of the 90s, Fowler only amassed 26 international caps, the last of which came in 2002 – though he did at least represent his country at the World Cup that year. Writing in …

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Jamie Carragher Names His Best And Worst Liverpool Teammates

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - AUGUST 23: Jamie Carragher of Liverpool applauds the fans during the Hearts v Liverpool UEFA Europa League play-off round match at Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh on August 23, 2012 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Jamie Carragher has always been very honest about his time at Liverpool, so it should come as no surprise that he is happy to discuss both the positives and negatives of his time at Anfield. Speaking at a questions and answers event organised by the Daily Mail, Carragher answered questions from fans in relation to such topics as Liverpool’s chances …

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VIDEO: Looks Like Robbie Fowler Still Really Hates Manchester United

Not much has changed for Robbie Fowler since he hung up his professional boots. He still really loves Liverpool, and he still really really hates Manchester United. Robbie Fowler is still often referred to as “God” around the streets of Liverpool. Based on his performance in the legends clash last night, it’s easy to understand why. Manchester United ran out …

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Liverpool’s Sterling & Fowler: Different Eras, Same Perceptions

Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling finds himself currently in the middle of protracted transfer and contract speculation, with some corners perceiving the 20-year-old as greedy. The money paid to footballers is extortionate, and it is difficult to understand how they can be seen to demand such high figures for what is regarded by most as a passion rather than a job. At times, as …

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Premier League: Looking Back At The 02/03 January Transfer Window

January 2003 saw the Premier League’s first foray into January transfers. Twelve years on, we examine the best and worst signings of the first ever January transfer window.    The January transfer window is a frenzy filled period. It is a time when Sky Sports kicks into overdrive, gossip columns become even more ludicrous and all of us develop an opinion about …

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Premier League Heroes: Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard

This week’s ‘Premier League Hero’ is one of the the world’s most renowned central midfielders; Liverpool and England legend Steven Gerrard. ‘Stevie G’ is arguably the greatest midfielder to ever grace the Premier League’s modern era. The one-club man is one of the most influential as well as diverse players to ever be seen in English football as he has …

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Homophobia Still Exists In Modern Football

Conor Heffernan talks about homophobia in football, and the fact that not a whole lot has changed in the past 25 years. In 1990, the Sun Newspaper ran an exclusive story with English footballer Justin Fashanu in which the young man revealed he was gay. Displaying its usual sensitivity to personal matters, the Sun ran with the headline “1m Football …

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The English Abroad: A Managerial Best & Worst

Steve McClaren returned to Wembley as Derby manager on Saturday for the first time since the ‘Wally with the Brolly’ incident in 2007. That 3-2 defeat to a talented Croatian side left McClaren’s reputation in tatters in England. He subsequently took up the managerial position at FC Twente in The Netherlands in a bid to rebuild his standing in the game – …

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