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 By Kevin Palmer
about an hour ago

Champions League: English clubs reach last chance saloon

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says that his players lack confidence in Europe.

As Manchester City and Liverpool prepare for a make-or-break week in the Champions League, here are five points to consider ahead of the action on Tuesday and Wednesday:

City enter last chance saloon

Manchester City appear to have developed a debilitating mental block as they continually fail to live up to their billing in the Champions League, with manager Manuel Pellegrini under increasing pressure to find a rapid solution to their European woes as he prepares for the daunting visit of Bayern...

 By Jim Daly
about an hour ago

Crystal Palace crush Liverpool and dispel a few myths along the way

Crystal Palace head coach Neil Warnock believes his team could have scored more goals in a 3-1 win over Liverpool and also asserted that his squad can challenge any team in the Premier League.

Time to put a few ridiculous myths to bed.

First, Crystal Palace better without Mile Jedinak. Nope. No they're not. Not even a little bit. Sunday's incredible win over Liverpool was a 90 minute advert as to why the big Aussie is massively important to the Eagles.

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Countless times Liverpool's nippy midfielders tried to skip through but each time there was a big, hairy, Antipodean leg stuck out to nick the ball away. When Liverpool started lumping it forward to Rickie Lambert as time ticked away towards...

6 hours ago

Beckham vs. Beckham: Who did it better?

Was this the best thing a Beckham has ever done on a sports field?

Which Beckham moment was better?

Not only does Odell Beckham Jr. have a famous last name but, as a teenager, the New York Giants wide receiver was a highly touted soccer player.

He chose to pursue a career in the "other" football, however, and on Sunday night pulled off a touchdown-scoring catch that will feature in highlight reels for years to come.

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Jurgen Klopp top of the list as Liverpool plan for life after Rodgers

Will the Kop cop Klopp in Liverpool's top slot?

With just over a month to go until the transfer window opens, the chatter and gossip continues. Today's Transfer Talk has a distinctly Red flavour to it...

Reds line up Klopp to replace Rodgers

After slumping to yet another defeat -- this time a 3-1 loss to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park -- pressure has been ramped up on Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers.

The Merseysiders have now won only two of their last nine Premier League games, and The Sunday Express claims that sort of form has forced the...

6 hours ago

Heroes and Villains: De Gea's diving skills shine, other divers simply shame

Hull City boss Steve Bruce expresses his displeasure on the red card given to Gaston Ramirez.
Villains: The antics of Victor Moses, Ross Barkley and James Tomkins belong on the stage, not the football pitch.

Matchday 12 of the Premier League is all but in the bag, so it's time to run the rule over the Heroes and Villains of the weekend...


Once again, Manchester United have David De Gea to thank for averting disaster. This is a club short on present day heroes, mainly because almost all of them are either injured or out of form, but the willowy Spaniard continues to deliver. Louis van Gaal appeared to diminish his performance after the game, claiming that the majority of his saves were from distant...

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6 hours ago

Liverpool's current crisis could be costly for Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers rues the lack of confidence in his side following their 3-1 drubbing by Crystal Palace.

LONDON -- Crystal Palace in May signalled the death of a dream. This time, Liverpool's reality check was perhaps more brutal. Back then, the Reds and Brendan Rodgers could celebrate exceeding expectations, but this result demonstrated this will be a season on a rather different edge.

Three straight Premier League losses in a row, four in total -- results that can only point to a mounting crisis, and the performances during those matches spell out a yet bleaker picture.

"If anything I'm disappointed...