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  • Liverpool announce plans to leave Melwood for Kirkby

    Liverpool announce plans to leave Melwood for Kirkby

    Reuters
    Liverpool announce plans to leave Melwood for Kirkby

    (Reuters) - English Premier League side Liverpool announced plans on Wednesday that will see the first team leave their long-time training base in Melwood and move to a redeveloped site in Kirkby, where their youth academy is located. Melwood, the training ground of some of the biggest names in English football since the late 1950s, including Kenny Dalglish, Ian Rush, Robbie Fowler, John Barnes and Steven Gerrard, has also been earmarked for redevelopment. …

  • UEFA rules threaten to disqualify RB Leipzig or Red Bull Salzburg from Champions League

    UEFA rules threaten to disqualify RB Leipzig or Red Bull Salzburg from Champions League

    Goal.com
    UEFA rules threaten to disqualify RB Leipzig or Red Bull Salzburg from Champions League

    Rules surrounding the participation of two clubs controlled by one organisation could mean one of the RB clubs could be removed from the competition …

  • Guardiola wanted to destroy Monaco's 4-4-2, says Fabinho

    Guardiola wanted to destroy Monaco's 4-4-2, says Fabinho

    Goal.com
    Guardiola wanted to destroy Monaco's 4-4-2, says Fabinho

    Manchester City emerged as 5-3 winners in the clash with the Ligue 1 side, and the defender was impressed with the Catalan's tactical plan …

  • #AgainstModernFootball - UEFA's television blackout on Champions League nights

    #AgainstModernFootball - UEFA's television blackout on Champions League nights

    Yahoo Sport UK
    #AgainstModernFootball - UEFA's television blackout on Champions League nights

    Hibernian host Edinburgh rivals Hearts, but only those at the game will be able to actually watch it. It clashes with tonight’s Champions League matches and so UEFA have decided that nobody must watch anything else but the Champions League tonight. …

  • Liverpool announce plans to leave Melwood for Kirkby

    Liverpool announce plans to leave Melwood for Kirkby

    Reuters
    Liverpool announce plans to leave Melwood for Kirkby

    (Reuters) - English Premier League side Liverpool announced plans on Wednesday that will see the first team leave their long-time training base in Melwood and move to a redeveloped site in Kirkby, where their youth academy is located. Melwood, the training ground of some of the biggest names in English football since the late 1950s, including Kenny Dalglish, Ian Rush, Robbie Fowler, John Barnes and Steven Gerrard, has also been earmarked for redevelopment. …