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  • Liverpool's depth pushing players to perform - Milner

    Liverpool's depth pushing players to perform - Milner

    Reuters
    Liverpool's depth pushing players to perform - Milner

    Liverpool's strength in depth has driven the players to push harder for first-team places in the knowledge that manager Juergen Klopp will not hesitate to drop underperformers, according to James Milner. Milner, who has been deployed in a defensive role this season under Klopp, converted two penalties as the Merseyside club thrashed 10-man Hull City 5-1 at Anfield on Saturday. "You look down the squad list and the quality is unbelievable," Milner told the club's website (liverpoolfc.com). …

  • Essien would have been 'a bonus' to Victory

    Essien would have been 'a bonus' to Victory

    Goal.com
    Essien would have been 'a bonus' to Victory

    The former Ghana international turned his back on the Big V last week but Melbourne Victory won't be rushing to find another guest marquee …

  • Smalling confident Rooney will bounce back

    Smalling confident Rooney will bounce back

    Omnisport
    Smalling confident Rooney will bounce back

    Chris Smalling has backed Wayne Rooney to soon return to the Manchester United starting XI after being dropped. …

  • Mourinho's pre-match message inspired United - Smalling

    Mourinho's pre-match message inspired United - Smalling

    Reuters
    Mourinho's pre-match message inspired United - Smalling

    Manager Jose Mourinho's pre-match message of embracing the occasion of playing in front of a packed Old Trafford crowd inspired Manchester United to a 4-1 rout of Premier League champions Leicester City, defender Chris Smalling has said. After back-to-back Premier League defeats by Manchester City and Watford, United were under pressure from their fans and returned to winning ways with Smalling beginning the rout of the champions with a first half header. "The boss really wanted to get the …

  • Five things we learned in the Premier League

    Five things we learned in the Premier League

    AFP News
    Five things we learned in the Premier League

    Premier League leaders Manchester City maintained their perfect start under Pep Guardiola as Manchester United returned to winning ways against champions Leicester City. No Rooney, no problem for Man United The Manchester United team sheet for Saturday's home game with Leicester City caused a stir after manager Jose Mourinho elected to drop captain Wayne Rooney, who has been struggling for form. …