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    STEVEN GERRARD is planning to raid former club Liverpool in a bid to improve his leaky Aston Villa defence, according to reports. Gerrard is understood to be eyeing up Joe Gomez as his transfer target, according to The Mirror, with a centre-back and central midfielder on his wish list to bring Aston Villa into European contention next season. 2Gomez in action against Newcastle's Chris WoodCredit: AFP 2Gerrard (left) wants a radical upgrade of Aston Villa's spineCredit: Reuters One of Villa's Achilles' heels since Gerrard took over has been a weak defence. While The Villans have seldom had many problems scoring goals, thanks to the talents of Philippe Coutinho, Ollie Watkins, and Danny Ings, they have kept just eight clean sheets in 24 league games. This poor record has ultimately cost them vital points and thwarted the chances of easily finishing in the top half of the table this season. Gomez therefore would be a welcome addition to a defence which is in desperate need of some upgrades. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLWILL YOU HARRY ME? Man Utd's Harry Maguire marries childhood...
    MANCHESTER UNITED have driven their former stars ballistic once again with their latest Liverpool drubbing. Ralf Rangnick's side were battered 4-0 at Anfield, with the likes of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz allowed to run riot. 6Manchester United endured another dreadful evening last nightCredit: PA The Red Devils' limp, lifeless performance was just the latest in what's become a long line of them. And their former stars of yesteryear now sitting in TV studios have had enough. Here, SunSport rounds up all the fallout from yet another embarrassing night for the 20-time league champions. ROY KEANE 6 READ MORE ON MAN UTDMan Utd news Cristiano Ronaldo's sisters thanks fans for Anfield applause, United lose 4-0 United's former skipper is no stranger to calling out their current crop, having blasted them on a number of occasions over the last few years. The Irishman did not hold back last night, insisting that players should be "ashamed" of their efforts - and that many have already checked out. Appearing on Sky Sports, he said: "They've already left the building, they're gone,...
    INCOMING Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has been compared to Jose Mourinho in his prime. After months of speculation, Ten Hag, 52, has reportedly reached a verbal agreement with United to become the club's new manager this summer. 3Ten Hag is the perfect fit for Man UnitedCredit: PA 3That's the view of ex-Liverpool stopper Sander WesterveldCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 3Westerveld reckons Ten Hag is like Jose Mourinho in his primeCredit: Getty The Ajax head coach was given the nod for the job ahead of player's favourite Mauricio Pochettino. And the Red Devils have made the right choice according to former Liverpool stopper Sander Westerveld who reckons Ten Hag is like Mourinho in his prime. Westerveld, who made 103 appearances for the Reds, claimed that Ten Hag will be perfect for United as he changes teams like a young Mourinho did. He also believes the Dutchman can make a similar impact at Old Trafford like Jurgen Klopp has done with Liverpool, and rival Manchester City's success under Pep Guardiola. READ MORE ON MAN UNITEDMan Utd news United have 'held...
    LIVERPOOL are preparing to put together a legendary six-a-side team for the return of Masters football. It was announced earlier this week that the famous format is making a comeback in July after an 11-year absence. 1Here is the six-a-side team SunSport have put together for Liverpool to play at the Masters And SunSport have put together a team we believe could line up for Liverpool in the summer - with the six players totalling a combined age of 258. In between the sticks we have gone for Dutchman Sander Westerveld. Now 47, the ex-keeper spent two seasons as Liverpool's No1 from 1999 to 2001 and helped them secure third place in the Premier League. He was then dropped for the 2001-02 campaign as Jerzy Dudek became the first choice shot-stopper. At the back we have gone for legendary centre-back Jamie Carragher, 44, who retired in 2013 after more than 700 appearances for Liverpool. He won the Champions League and FA Cup during his time as a player at Anfield and was a dedicated one club man. HORROR PLUNGE Beauty...
    LIVERPOOL'S former chief executive Peter Robinson has sadly passed away. The Reds legend, who also served as the club secretary, was a part of the club from 1965 to 2000 and oversaw the team win 29 trophies. 2Robinson spent 35 years working for LiverpoolCredit: PA:Press Association 2He was integral in the development of Liverpool into one of the biggest clubs in the worldCredit: Getty A club statement read: "Liverpool FC is deeply saddened by the passing of former club secretary and chief executive Peter Robinson. "Robinson was a pivotal behind-the-scenes figure at Anfield throughout a 35-year spell, which began shortly before the Reds’ first FA Cup triumph in 1965, when he joined as club secretary following jobs at Stockport County, Crewe Alexandra, Scunthorpe United and Brighton & Hove Albion. "In close and constructive partnership with chairman John Smith, he oversaw a modernisation of the club’s administrative operations with the objective of freeing managers to focus on their top priority: winning on the pitch. "He and Smith were closely involved in player recruitment during an era when the Reds repeatedly achieved...
    ASTON VILLA have had a loan offer for Barcelona outcast Philippe Coutinho accepted, according to reports. The Brazilian has struggled for game time since joining the Catalan giants for £145million in 2018. 1Coutinho would be managed by former Liverpool team-mate Gerrard at VillaCredit: GETTY IMAGES This term, Coutinho has just two goals in 16 games for Barca, who have been trying to shift him off the books for some time. And now according to talkSPORT, Coutinho will link-up with former Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard at Villa. The 29-year-old will join on an initial loan deal. Coutinho's expected move back to England is expected to be announced on Friday. More to follow... Most read in Premier LeagueALL HANDS ON BECK Inside David Beckham's incredible holiday on luxury £5m superyacht SevenRED DEVILS NEWS Paul Pogba £500k-a-week contract EXCLUSIVE, Ed Woodward STANDS DOWNTRANSFERS LIVE Luis Diaz to Liverpool EXCLUSIVE, Tottenham want £50m LampteyHAPPILY MAR-RIYAD Riyad Mahrez & Dawn Ward's daughter Taylor have secretly married FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN NEW CUSTOMER DEALS
    PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG is being encouraged to join St. Etienne by former team-mate Bakary Sako. The former Wolves and Crystal Palace star, 33, played with Aubameyang at Saint-Etienne during the Arsenal striker's first stint at the club. 2Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is wanted at Saint-Etienne by Bakary SakoCredit: Getty 2Sako played with Aubameyang at the French club between 2011-12Credit: Getty And he would be delighted to reunite with Aubamyenag, who could leave the Gunners after being ostracised by Mikel Arteta last month. Speaking at a press conference reported by Get French Football News, Sako said: "I am trying to attract him. "Wouldn't you like to see Aubameyang back at St Etienne? We all feel the same. I am very serious when I tell him to come, even if it is in a joking tone. "I don't know if it is possible, but I hope he will respond favourably. "It is difficult because he has been at Arsenal for a long time, it is not easy to leave London." Aubameyang has not played since December 6 after a disciplinary breach led Arteta to exclude...
    IF Manchester United do manage to rush through the appointment of Brendan Rodgers, it would not be an easy sell to the Old Trafford faithful. Here is a manager sacked by Liverpool, currently in charge of a side four places lower than United, and with a track record of late capitulations in the Premier League. 2Brendan Rodgers won't be the easiest sell to Man United fans after his time at LiverpoolCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2Red Devils fans still sing about Steven Gerrard's slip which ended Rodgers' title hopesCredit: Sky Sports While many of us believe Rodgers would be a fine successor to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he would not be an instant crowd-pleaser. The Northern Irishman is a shrewd tactician, with a keen eye for a player. He is also far more comfortable in his own skin, and less desperate to please, than the cheesemonger who took charge of Liverpool almost a decade ago. That Rodgers has inserted a get-out clause in his Leicester contract enabling him to speak to specified clubs - including United - should they make an...
    XAVI wants to bring back another former Barcelona player to the club in shape of Liverpool's Thiago, according to reports in Spain. And Catalan publication Sport are reporting the Spain midfielder would 'welcome' a return to the Nou Camp. 1Thiago joined Liverpool last year from Bayern Munich but could return home to BarcelonaCredit: Getty He could be the second player to return to Barca under new boss Xavi after the club announced they have re-signed 38-year-old Dani Alves. Alves played alongside Thiago and Xavi at Barcelona but his comeback is likely to be much more complicated than that of the Brazilian right-back, who was a free agent after leaving Sao Paulo in September - and is reportedly being paid just €1 a month. Thiago, 30, will definitely not come that cheap, but Sport say the playmaker does fancy a return to Barca, with whom he made his professional debut in 2008. They add Xavi has already told club president Joan Laporta he wants Thiago, who was seen as the 'generational replacement' in their midfield for Xavi, who left to play...
    SentinelOne Exceeds IPO Goal to Raise $1.2 Billion Stock Market Today With Jim Cramer: Constellations Stars Align Experienced, title-winning manager Rafa Benitez is the new coach of Everton, the club announced on Wednesday. The 61-year-old Spanish boss returns to the Premier League after two years in China, joining his third English club.  © Provided by CBS Sports We can confirm Rafael Benitez has been appointed as our new manager.— Everton (@Everton) June 30, 2021The former defender made a name for himself at Valencia two decades ago, leading them to two La Liga titles before an incredible spell at Everton's rival Liverpool. At Valencia, he also won the UEFA Cup. As the manager at Anfield, he guided the team to the 2004-05 Champions League title, while also winning the FA Cup and the UEFA Super Cup. From there, he also won trophies at Inter Milan (FIFA Club World Cup and Italian Super Cup), Chelsea (Europa League) and Napoli (Coppa Italia and Italian Super Cup). He also helped Newcastle earn promotion back in 2017, winning the EFL Championship.  "I am delighted...
    FORMER Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been pumping iron as he searches for a new club. The English goal machine uploaded a picture of himself looking buff in the gym alongside an inspirational caption. 3Daniel Sturridge shared this gym picture a he searches for a new clubCredit: Instagram 3The former Liverpool striker has not played since 2020Credit: Instagram Sturridge, 31, flexed his biceps for the camera alongisde a friend and shared the snap with his 3.4million Instagram followers. And he captioned the post: "Reinvention settings." Sturridge is still without a club after leaving Trabzonspor last year, despite boasting 77 Premier League goals and two Champions League medals to his name. In fact he is said to be one of the top 10 most valuable free agents in the world. The hitman is wanted by David Beckham's side Inter Miami as well as rivals DC United. Sturridge had spells at Man City and Chelsea before making his mark with Liverpool. He formed a lethal strike partnership with Luis Suarez before injuries thwarted his career. The striker spent six years at...
    Vaccine angels can only do so much: How can US make it easier to find COVID-19 vaccination appointment in minutes, not hours? Russias coronavirus vaccine is alluring for Eastern Europe, creating a headache for the EU (Reuters) - Former Liverpool and Scotland striker Ian St John has died aged 82 following a long illness, the Premier League champions said on Tuesday. © Reuters/Jason Cairnduff FILE PHOTO: Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur - Barclays Premier League St John was a key part of the Liverpool team managed by Bill Shankly, helping the Merseyside club earn promotion to the First Division in his debut season after joining for a then club-record fee of 37,500 pounds ($52,000) from Motherwell. St John, who scored 118 goals in more than 400 games for Liverpool from 1961-71, passed away on Monday evening. "It is with a heavy heart that we have to inform you that after a long illness we have lost a husband, father and grandfather," St John's family said in a statement https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/announcements/427370-liverpool-fc-deeply-saddened-by-ian-st-john-passing. "He passed away peacefully with his family at his bedside." St...
    BEN DAVIES may only have been bought by Liverpool at Asda price. His shock switch from Preston cost £500,000 — although the deal has £1.1million in possible add–ons, which include him getting capped for England. 5Davies, 25, has made 145 appearances for PrestonCredit: Rex Features 5Davies grew up at Furness Rovers in Barrow Yet up at Wilkie Road in Barrow they are used to seeing youngsters move on and play for their country. Such as England’s Georgia Stanway, who once acted as a mascot in the Furness Rovers five–a-side team in which Davies starred. Manchester City’s Stanway is a 19–cap midfield star for the Lionesses, having also made her way through the West Lancs League club — whose seniors pitch is owned by the supermarket giants. Davies’ former manager at the tiny outfit believes the central defender now also has the platform to play on the biggest stage. Graham Fraser, head of IT at Barrow Town Hall, coached Davies from the age of six until he moved to the Preston academy as an 11-year-old. He proudly declared: “I remember at...
    VICKY JEPSON has left her job as Liverpool Women’s boss by mutual consent after a 12-year affiliation with the club.   The Merseyside team - who were once big guns in the WSL - are currently third in the Women’s Championship.  2Vicky Jepson has left her Liverpool Women's manager role by mutual consentCredit: PA:Press Association Jepson, who worked at the club in a variety of roles since 2009, had been in charge of the Reds since October 2018.  In a statement on the club’s website Jepson said: "It's with a heavy heart that my time has come to an end with Liverpool Football Club; the place I love and have been lucky enough to call home for over a decade," said Jepson on the club's website. "Over the years I have been fortunate to work across the entire pathway at this club.  “During this time, I've seen so many youth players go on to wear the first-team red shirt, which fills me with immense pride.  “It's been a privilege to have contributed to their careers. "I'm also grateful to have had...
    Officials confront challenges to get public to take COVID vaccine Covid D-Day: Vaccine campaign launches with first shipments to millions Gerard Houllier, former Liverpool coach, dies at 73 PARIS (AP) — Gerard Houllier, a Frenchman who won three titles in one season as manager of English club Liverpool following a disappointing spell as the coach of France's national team, has died. He was 73. © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010 file photo, Aston Villa Gerard Houllier looks on before his team's English Premier League soccer against Birmingham City at Villa Park stadium, Birmingham, England. Gerard Houllier, a Frenchman who won three titles in one season as coach of English club Liverpool, has died. He was 73. Liverpool announced the death on Twitter on Monday Dec. 14, 2020. French sports daily L’Equipe said Houllier died following heart surgery in France. (AP Photo/Simon Dawson, File) © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this Saturday, May 13, 2006 file photo, Lyon's coach Gerard Houllier holds the trophy after Lyon won the French League after...
    (CNN)Former Liverpool and France manager Gérard Houllier has died aged 73, according to the English Premier League club.Houllier coached the French national team between 1992 and 1993, as well as leading club sides Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon to French league titles.In his six-year stint at the helm of Liverpool, Houllier won the FA Cup, UEFA Cup and the League Cup twice. He decided to step down as manager of English side Aston Villa in 2011 after he suffered a dissection of the descending aorta. More to follow.
    NEUCHATEL, Switzerland (AP) — Former Liverpool defender Stéphane Henchoz was fired as coach by Swiss club Neuchâtel Xamax on Sunday. The club said seven straight losses in the Swiss second tier “forced the directors to take a measure as radical as it is painful.” Xamax was expected to challenge for promotion but is ninth in the 10-team division. Henchoz saved the club from relegation in 2019 but could not repeat the feat last season when he returned after a brief spell at Sion. He started his playing career with Xamax, and left for Hamburger SV in Germany before spending a decade in England, including five years at Liverpool. Xamax said former Young Boys coach Martin Rueda will take charge of the team for the three games left before a mid-season break. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    ZINEDINE ZIDANE is under increasing pressure at Real Madrid after his side lost to Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday night. Los Blancos were beaten 2-0 to leave them THIRD in their Champions League group with just one game to play. 22Zidane is under pressure as Real Madrid boss after a difficult start to 2020-21Credit: AP:Associated Press 22Zidane is a Real Madrid legend thanks to his playing days and previous managerial successCredit: PA:Press Association Unthinkably, Real Madrid - the most-successful club in European history - could drop into the Europa League for the remainder of the season. The Spanish papers are full of speculation suggesting he will be sacked and replaced by Mauricio Pochettino. Zidane himself has defiantly claimed he will NOT resign. But should he be given the boot, Zidane would be sacked as manager of a club he once starred at as a player. And he wouldn't be the first to have that happen to him... ALAN SHEARER - Newcastle 22Alan Shearer struggled mightily as Newcastle manager and was in charge for their 2009 relegationCredit: PA:Empics Sport 22Shearer did his...
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