How long has it been? Ten weeks? Ten years? How long since a ball has been kicked that actually meant something? Don't get me wrong. I enjoyed the Women's World Cup, the Champions League final, the FA Cup final (especially the FA Cup final!), the Gold Cup, the Emirates Cup, all those fiercely competitive preseason friendlies and, of course, the hilarious sight of 14 FIFA executives being frogmarched out of that luxury Swiss hotel at dawn. But, man, am I happy to have the world's most exciting, richest...
Nathaniel Clyne has tipped Liverpool for a Premier League title challenge this season.
The Reds have not been champions of England since 1990, but almost ended that wait in 2014 when they finished as runners-up to Manchester City.
Brendan Rodgers' side slipped to sixth last season, missing out on Champions League qualification after picking up just eight points from their final nine matches.
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England right-back Clyne, signed by Rodgers from Southampton on July 1, thinks the Reds can regain...
Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo has joined Wolves on a season-long loan after signing a new long-term contract at Anfield.
The 18-year-old joined the Reds' youth set-up from MK Dons in 2011 and played 11 games during a loan spell at Wigan last season.
He has yet to play a competitive game for Liverpool, but has impressed in preseason, scoring the winner in Sunday's 2-1 friendly win at League One side Swindon.
Ojo is set to join up with Wolves for training on Thursday and will be eligible for their...
Liverpool should immediately appoint new signing James Milner as club captain to increase their chances of English Premier League success in the 2015-16 season, according to Manchester City legend, Peter Barnes.
Barnes says that ex-City midfielder Milner is exactly the kind of player that coach Brendan Rodgers needs to turn around the Reds' fortunes and could turn out to be the best of more than half a dozen summer recruits to Anfield.
"Everyone at Manchester City was sorry to see James go because...