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  • Stoke reject Jones' fine appeal

    Stoke reject Jones' fine appeal

    GOAL.com
    Stoke reject Jones' fine appeal

    The striker was fined before leaving the club for Cardiff and has had his appeal against the sanction dismissed by his former club …

  • 'Fuming' Sturridge aims to be back for title run-in

    'Fuming' Sturridge aims to be back for title run-in

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    'Fuming' Sturridge aims to be back for title run-in

    Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has revealed his frustration at being sidelined through injury but insists he is working hard to return to fitness as soon as possible. The England international picked up a hamstring problem in the 3-2 win over Manchester City on Sunday with the Reds later confirming he had suffered a "small strain". Sturridge is now a doubt for Liverpool's trip to face Norwich at Carrow Road but says he is working hard to return to fitness before the end of the season. …

  • Smalling eager to fill Vidic void at Manchester United

    Smalling eager to fill Vidic void at Manchester United

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    Smalling eager to fill Vidic void at Manchester United

    The Serbian centre-back is set to leave Old Trafford for Inter when his contract expires at the end of the season, with his current team-mate calling him a "real defensive force" …

  • 5 things to know about the English Premier League

    5 things to know about the English Premier League

    Associated Press
    5 things to know about the English Premier League

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — A run of 10 straight victories has propelled Liverpool to the top of the Premier League and into the unfamiliar position of title favorite. …

  • Liverpool fans need to stay calm for run-in, says Suarez

    Liverpool fans need to stay calm for run-in, says Suarez

    Reuters
    Liverpool fans need to stay calm for run-in, says Suarez

    REUTERS - Luis Suarez has told Liverpool fans to stay calm as the Premier League club attempts to overcome the pressure of the title run-in and clinch their first championship in 24 years. The Uruguayan striker, whose 29 league goals have underpinned Liverpool's challenge, admitted he cannot bring himself to follow the climax to the season through the media. "Winning the title would be very special but we can't think about that yet." Suarez paid tribute to Brendan Rogers, who will be …