Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says that the club has finally proved that they can handle the pressure at the top end of the game.
The club has been criticised heavily for being unable to maintain the high standards week in and week out. After having been at a challenging position up until January, the club were in a position of losing the top four places. However, Liverpool are now just one win away from securing Champions League qualification for next season. The club managed a 4-0 win over West Ham in order to open up a four-point advantage over Arsenal, who have a game in hand.
The Reds will be able to finish in the top four with respect to of Arsenal’s results if they managed to win the final game of the season against Middlesbrough. The north-east outfit are already relegated after finishing 19th in the table. However, they have recently showed that they can provide competition after almost snatching an equaliser in the 2-1 loss against Southampton. Continue reading
There have certainly been countless stories over Andy Carroll’s treatment at Liverpool since Brendan Rodgers’ appointment and the player has created another headline following his comments about the Anfield supremo. The striker, now on loan at West Ham, has suggested that he was never given a chance at the club and says he could have fitted into any type of playing system. Continue reading
Even though Liverpool are now down to just one fully fit striker following the recent injury to Fabio Borini, Brendan Rodgers remains defiant on the situation and insists that he hasn’t even thought about recalling Andy Carroll from his loan spell with West Ham. Continue reading
Following John W Henry’s remarkable open letter to supporters, it’s no surprise to see many of the big media outlets reporting on this story. However, there are also other headlines circulating about the Reds, as we take a look at the biggest paper reports for Tuesday. Continue reading
There have been intense rumours surrounding Andy Carroll ever since Brendan Rodgers was appointed last summer. Now, right before the transfer window is due to close, the former Newcastle striker has completed a loan move to Premiership rivals West Ham. Continue reading
As the days count down to the end of the transfer window, it would be fair to say there has been plenty of speculation linking Andy Carroll with a move away from Anfield. While it’s understood that Newcastle are Carroll’s preferred destination, Brendan Rodgers has claimed that the Magpies won’t get the striker on the cheap and has urged them to improve on their low bid. Continue reading
Having formed a successful relationship both on and off the field at Newcastle, it appears Kevin Nolan is attempting to rekindle his and Andy Carroll’s association at West Ham. The Hammers captain claims that he would be over the moon for his former teammate to link up with him again, although has expressed doubt over such a deal materializing. Continue reading
While the main media focus has been on Newcastle’s attempts to lure Andy Carroll away from Anfield, it now appears as though there is another interested party. It is widely understood that West Ham have officially joined the race to sign the England international, with the Hammers said to have offered £17m for the striker. Continue reading
It would be fair to say that the rumour mill has been going frantic following Brendan Rodgers’ announcement last week that Andy Carroll could be allowed to leave on loan. However, it is understood that the Reds have already turned down an approach for the 23-year-old – which is coincidently from his former club Newcastle. Continue reading
Even though Brendan Rodgers has claimed that everyone will have a chance to prove themselves to him, it appears as though Andy Carroll is already fighting a losing battle. After being quizzed by reporters on the future of the former Newcastle striker, Rodgers admitted that there is a possibility that Carroll could depart the club on loan in the near future. Continue reading