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Rodgers lists what went wrong for Leicester in heavy Bournemouth defeat - team talk

Rodgers lists what went wrong for Leicester in heavy Bournemouth defeat

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Zenit St. Petersburg reportedly eyeing move for Liverpool’s Dejan Lovren - 101 great goals

Zenit St. Petersburg reportedly eyeing move for Liverpool’s Dejan Lovren

Speculation stemming from the English media this evening has linked Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren with a move to Zenit St. Petersburg. Liverpool exit links The future of Reds’ stopper Lovren has been the subject of intense speculation for some time now. On the back of a difficult campaign last time out, during which the Croatian […]
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Carlo Ancelotti provides injury update on Everton’s Yerry Mina - 101 great goals

Carlo Ancelotti provides injury update on Everton’s Yerry Mina

Carlo Ancelotti has moved to provided an injury update on Yerry Mina after he was withdrawn inside the first half of the Toffees’ clash with Wolves. Everton hammered by Wolves Sunday’s early Premier League clash saw Everton travel to Wolves. Both sides headed into the tie in fairly poor form, failing to win their previous […]
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Arteta tries to put finger on why Arsenal are conceding late goals - team talk

Arteta tries to put finger on why Arsenal are conceding late goals

The Gunners conceded in the last ten minutes of normal time for a second successive match, costing them more precious points The post Arteta tries to put finger on why Arsenal are conceding late goals appeared first on teamtalk.com.
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Arsenal’s inability to maintain leads highlighted by dismal stat following Spurs defeat - 101 great goals

Arsenal’s inability to maintain leads highlighted by dismal stat following Spurs defeat

Arsenal’s loss to Tottenham this evening has since seen a shocking statistic perfectly highlight just how poorly the Gunners have fared when in a winning position this season. Spurs turn it around Mikel Arteta’s men made the trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium a short time ago, for the latest edition of the north London […]
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Man United’s Bruno Fernandes backs Marcus Rashford to score more goals: ‘He’s doing an amazing job’ - 101 great goals

Man United’s Bruno Fernandes backs Marcus Rashford to score more goals: ‘He’s doing an amazing job’

Rashford struggling for goals The first half of the 2019/20 campaign was perhaps Marcus Rashford’s best in a Manchester United shirt. The Englishman was scoring goals for fun and looked unstoppable at times. An injury vs Wolves in January would put an end to Rashford’s fine form, though, with the attacker only returning to action […]
101 great goals - 3 hours ago
Mourinho praises Tottenham for adapting to beat ‘improving’ Arsenal - team talk

Mourinho praises Tottenham for adapting to beat ‘improving’ Arsenal

Spurs fought back from 1-0 down to beat the Gunners 2-1 and move up to eighth in the Premier League table The post Mourinho praises Tottenham for adapting to beat ‘improving’ Arsenal appeared first on teamtalk.com.
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Police confirm 12-year-old has been arrested over racist abuse of Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha - 101 great goals

Police confirm 12-year-old has been arrested over racist abuse of Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha

The West Midlands Police Department have this evening confirmed that a boy of just 12 years of age has been taken into custody, in connection with the online racist abuse of Wilfried Zaha. Zaha targeted In a concerning story across the English media this morning, it came to light that Crystal Palace star Zaha had […]
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Grealish uses Bruno Fernandes’ awarded penalty to defend himself against diving accusations - 101 great goals

Grealish uses Bruno Fernandes’ awarded penalty to defend himself against diving accusations

Aston Villa star Jack Grealish this evening highlighted the penalty awarded to Manchester United during his side’s midweek defeat to the Red Devils as evidence to suggest that a spot-kick of his own should not have been ruled out by VAR versus Crystal Palace today. Trezeguet at the double The Claret and Blue welcomed Palace […]
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Bielsa explains second half changes that earned Leeds win at Swansea - team talk

Bielsa explains second half changes that earned Leeds win at Swansea

The Whites struck in the dying minutes of the game to pick up a crucial three points and avoid more disappointment in Wales The post Bielsa explains second half changes that earned Leeds win at Swansea appeared first on teamtalk.com.
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Ancelotti slams Everton mentality after ‘unacceptable’ loss at Wolves - team talk

Ancelotti slams Everton mentality after ‘unacceptable’ loss at Wolves

The Toffees offered little resistance as they were beaten 3-0 at Molineux, their second loss in three games The post Ancelotti slams Everton mentality after ‘unacceptable’ loss at Wolves appeared first on teamtalk.com.
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Video emerges of incensed Erling Haaland being kicked out of nightclub in Norway - 101 great goals

Video emerges of incensed Erling Haaland being kicked out of nightclub in Norway

Footage of Borussia Dortmund star Erling Braut Haaland being escorted from the premises of a Norwegian nightclub has been garnering widespread attention online over the last 24 hours. Dortmund sensation Teenage striker Haaland has of course established himself as one of world football’s most highly-regarded youngsters over the last 12 months. On the back of […]
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Lionel Messi set another La Liga record during Barcelona’s win over Real Valladolid - 101 great goals

Lionel Messi set another La Liga record during Barcelona’s win over Real Valladolid

FC Barcelona and Argentina star Lionel Messi has broken yet another record this weekend. Barca edge past Valladolid Barcelona travelled to the José Zorrilla Stadium on Saturday as the looked to keep their diminishing title hopes alive. Defeat for Barca vs Real Valladolid would have handed Real Madrid the chance to clinch the La Liga […]
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Tammy Abraham questions Frank Lampard’s tactics after Chelsea thrashed by Sheffield United - metro

Tammy Abraham questions Frank Lampard’s tactics after Chelsea thrashed by Sheffield United

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tips Bukayo Saka for ‘the top’/Explains Arsenal youngster’s ‘little chilli’ nickname - 101 great goals

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tips Bukayo Saka for ‘the top’/Explains Arsenal youngster’s ‘little chilli’ nickname

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has opened up on the talents of teammate Bukayo Saka, as well as providing an insight into his personal nickname for the Arsenal youngster. Gunners prodigy Teenage sensation Saka has proven one of the few bright spots in a largely disappointing campaign for Arsenal. After featuring very briefly under Unai Emery last season, […]
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Jurgen Klopp responds to Roberto Firmino’s Anfield goal drought - 101 great goals

Jurgen Klopp responds to Roberto Firmino’s Anfield goal drought

Jurgen Klopp has recently spoken out over Roberto Firmino’s poor goal-scoring record at Anfield this term. Liverpool held by Burnley Saturday’s only 3 pm Premier League kick-off saw Liverpool welcome Burnley to Anfield. The Reds have had the PL title wrapped up for some time now, but they were still chasing a number of records […]
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Nuno reveals aspect of Wolves performance that ‘upset’ him - team talk

Nuno reveals aspect of Wolves performance that ‘upset’ him

His side eased to a 3-0 win over Everton at Molineux, but he says there was a specific area his team should have done better The post Nuno reveals aspect of Wolves performance that ‘upset’ him appeared first on teamtalk.com.
team talk - 7 hours ago
Tottenham to reject all offers for fringe star wanted by Barcelona - team talk

Tottenham to reject all offers for fringe star wanted by Barcelona

Tottenham are reportedly ready to reject all bids for a fringe star this summer, despite claims that Barcelona are chasing the player. The post Tottenham to reject all offers for fringe star wanted by Barcelona appeared first on teamtalk.com.
team talk - 7 hours ago
Jimenez strikes again as Wolves thump sorry Everton to go sixth - team talk

Jimenez strikes again as Wolves thump sorry Everton to go sixth

Wolves moved back up to sixth in the Premier League table after cruising to a 3-0 win over a poor Everton at Molineux on Sunday. The post Jimenez strikes again as Wolves thump sorry Everton to go sixth appeared first on teamtalk.com.
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Toronto FC vs DC United called off minutes before kick off amid reports of positive Covid-19 results - 101 great goals

Toronto FC vs DC United called off minutes before kick off amid reports of positive Covid-19 results

Toronto FC vs DC United called off minutes before kick off In a major blow to American sports at large, and the MLS specifically, Sunday’s match between Toronto FC and DC United has been postponed minutes before the game was supposed to start. With less than 20 minutes to go before kick off, reports spread […]
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Premier League Table
Position Team Played Won Draw Lost GF GA GD Points
1 Liverpool FC 35 30 3 2 76 27 49 93
2 Manchester City FC 35 23 3 9 91 34 57 72
3 Chelsea FC 35 18 6 11 63 49 14 60
4 Leicester City FC 35 17 8 10 65 36 29 59
5 Manchester United FC 34 16 10 8 59 33 26 58
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers FC 35 14 13 8 48 37 11 55
7 Sheffield United FC 35 14 12 9 38 33 5 54
8 Tottenham Hotspur FC 35 14 10 11 54 45 9 52
9 Arsenal FC 35 12 14 9 51 44 7 50
10 Burnley FC 35 14 8 13 39 47 -8 50
11 Everton FC 35 12 9 14 41 52 -11 45
12 Southampton FC 34 13 5 16 43 56 -13 44
13 Newcastle United FC 35 11 10 14 36 52 -16 43
14 Crystal Palace FC 35 11 9 15 30 45 -15 42
15 Brighton & Hove Albion FC 35 8 12 15 36 52 -16 36
16 West Ham United FC 35 9 7 19 44 59 -15 34
17 Watford FC 35 8 10 17 33 54 -21 34
18 AFC Bournemouth 35 8 7 20 36 60 -24 31
19 Aston Villa FC 35 8 6 21 38 65 -27 30
20 Norwich City FC 35 5 6 24 26 67 -41 21
Championship Table
Position Team Played Won Draw Lost GF GA GD Points
1 Leeds United AFC 43 25 9 9 69 34 35 84
2 West Bromwich Albion FC 43 22 15 6 74 41 33 81
3 Brentford FC 43 23 9 11 78 35 43 78
4 Fulham FC 43 22 10 11 58 44 14 76
5 Nottingham Forest FC 43 18 15 10 55 43 12 69
6 Cardiff City FC 43 16 16 11 60 56 4 64
7 Swansea City AFC 43 16 15 12 55 50 5 63
8 Preston North End FC 43 17 11 15 56 52 4 62
9 Millwall FC 43 15 17 11 49 46 3 62
10 Derby County FC 43 16 13 14 57 58 -1 61
11 Bristol City FC 43 17 10 16 58 62 -4 61
12 Blackburn Rovers FC 43 16 12 15 60 56 4 60
13 Reading FC 43 15 11 17 54 48 6 56
14 Sheffield Wednesday FC 43 15 10 18 54 59 -5 55
15 Wigan Athletic FC 43 14 12 17 46 53 -7 54
16 Queens Park Rangers FC 43 15 8 20 60 70 -10 53
17 Stoke City FC 43 14 7 22 56 66 -10 49
18 Birmingham City FC 43 12 13 18 52 69 -17 49
19 Middlesbrough FC 43 11 14 18 43 56 -13 47
20 Huddersfield Town AFC 43 12 11 20 49 65 -16 47
21 Charlton Athletic FC 43 12 10 21 47 58 -11 46
22 Hull City AFC 43 12 9 22 57 75 -18 45
23 Luton Town FC 43 12 8 23 49 79 -30 44
24 Barnsley FC 43 10 13 20 46 67 -21 43
team talk
Klopp discusses Liverpool transfer plans following Premier League title win

Klopp discusses Liverpool transfer plans following Premier League title win

team talk - 1 week ago

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits he cannot spend millions and millions on squad reinforcements for his newly-crowed Premier League champions but does not believe he will need to.

The effect of the coronavirus outbreak is likely to have a significant impact on transfer activity for the majority of clubs this summer but Klopp insists even if he had a significant war chest to spend it would not necessarily be the easiest or right thing to do.

Liverpools first league title in 30 years was achieved by a squad four years in the making and while the Reds boss will obviously look to strengthen especially with the likely departures of fringe players Xherdan Shaqiri and Adam Lallana to name two he thinks it will be difficult to make significant improvements.

The club have already stepped aside in deciding not to compete with Chelsea for the £54million signing of RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner.

Covid has of course influenced both sides with ins and outs, that is completely normal, and its just not likely that it will be the most busy summer in the world, Klopp said.

But maybe at a later point in the year, if the transfer window is still open, we will know more. But this squadlook at it.

It is not a squad you have to change now and say OK, we need this position and this position.

We dont have a first XI, I say we have a first 16 or 17, they can all play to the same level. But we have to use this, 100 per cent.

 

 

We cannot spend millions and millions and millions because we want to or we think it is nice to do. We never wanted that.

Since the £65m purchase of Alisson Becker, then a world-record fee for a goalkeeper, in the summer of 2018 Liverpools spending has been modest and minimal.

Youngsters Harvey Elliott (whose fee from Fulham has to be decided by tribunal) and Sepp Van Den Berg (£1.3m) have been joined by Adrian (free) and Takumi Minamino (£7.25m).

During that time the club has invested in longer contracts for their key personnel, meaning they spent a Premier League-high £30m on agents fees last year.

And Klopp suggested the continued rise of youngsters within and around the first team deserves further exploration.

The likes of Wales under-19 international Neco Williams becoming Trent Alexander-Arnolds deputy and exciting Liverpool-born academy graduate Curtis Jones and fellow young forward Elliott fully integrating themselves into the team remains a realistic possibility.

We want to strengthen this squad and this squad is strong. The problem with a strong squad is how do you improve a strong squad in the transfer market? added Klopp.

It works with money, obviously, that is possible. But it never works only with money.

You have to be creative and we try to be creative. We try to find solutions internally and there is still a lot to come: we have three or four players who can make big steps.

Barely had Liverpool been crowned champions following Manchester Citys defeat at Chelsea last Thursday and questions were being asked about whether this was the start of a new era of domination, last seen under Sir Alex Ferguson with arch-rivals Manchester United.

Klopp knows the expectation will be greater on his side next season but insists he will not even think about defending their title.

I have heard people say it is only a real thing if we win twice in a row, but that is really funny. That is obviously an English thing, he said.

When we (former club Borussia Dortmund) became champions in 2011 nobody told us we had to become champions again.

People may expect from us to win the league again. That is possible, I dont know, but when I think of next year I dont think about winning it again.

That doesnt mean we dont want it, only that there are a lot of steps to go between now and then.

 

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