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In the Papers: September 3rd

Now that the transfer window has finally slammed shut, most newspapers have been concentrating on Liverpool’s poor 2-0 defeat to Arsenal on Sunday. However, there have been some other stories about the Reds in Monday’s headlines, as we take a look at some of the best. Continue reading


For the past week most people have assumed that Roberto Martinez was all but certainly set to land the position as Liverpool’s new manager. However, recent events appear to have turned the situation completely on its head, with Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers now the bookies favourite to take over from the recently sacked Kenny Dalglish.

Having been given permission by his chairman and flown over to discuss the terms of a possible appointment, it was assumed that it would just be a matter of time before Roberto Martinez was appointed. The situation appeared to have become so advanced, that the Wigan board even gave their manager a deadline to make a decision on his future. Continue reading


Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has said that the goal Andy Carroll scored in the FA Cup semi-final against Everton is alone worth more than £ 35 million.

Andy Carroll has been ridiculed in various quarters following his £ 35 million move to Liverpool last January. Since then, the England striker has struggled for both form and fitness, but he once again showed that he is close to getting back to his best by scoring the winner against Everton in the FA Cup semi-final at the new Wembley. Continue reading


Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has said that he expects Liverpool to improve massively over the next few weeks, although he has said that he has not seen the club perform as poorly as they have been doing in recent weeks.

Liverpool are on a worst run of form, which has not been seen with the Anfield club for more than 53 years. As a result of just one victory in their last seven matches, Liverpool are just hanging on to their eighth position in the table. There is a real chance that clubs like Swansea and Stoke city can overtake Liverpool to the eighth position, thus pushing the Anfield club into the bottom half of the table. Continue reading