Tom Werner Believes Dalglish Can Bring Trophies Back To Anfield

Liverpool chairman Tom Werner remains convinced that Kenny Dalglish is the right man to bring trophies back to Anfield, following the Scot’s recent outburst against Premier League referees. Dalglish’s impressive start to the season, which saw the Merseysiders take seven points from their opening three matches, hit a stumbling block at the weekend when they lost 1-0 at Stoke. Having spent over £50 million during the summer on the likes…

September 13, 2011

Liverpool Complete The Signing Of José Enrique

Liverpool have completed the signing of Newcastle defender Jose Enrique after the left-back put the finishing touches to a long-term deal at Anfield. Negotiations were concluded swiftly after the 25-year-old travelled from the north-east to have a medical at the club’s Melwood training ground. The Spaniard is believed to have cost the Reds in the region of £6million. “This is one of the happiest days of my life,” he told…

August 12, 2011

Ferguson Labells Javier Hernández’s Late Booking As An ‘Insult’.

Sir Alex Ferguson blamed Lee Probert, the referee, rather than fatigue or Cheik Tioté’s successful suppression of Wayne Rooney for his side’s failure to win at St James’ Park. The Manchester United manager saw Newcastle United survive a 90th-minute penalty claim when Javier Hernández was given a yellow card for simulation after appearing to fall over Danny Simpson’s outstretched leg. “It was a clear penalty,” said Ferguson. “I thought the…

April 20, 2011

Reds Line Up Newcastle Ace

Liverpool are set to follow up the signing of Andy Carroll from Newcastle by landing his former team-mate Jose Enrique in the summer. The deal to bring the 25-year-old defender to the club, for a fee in the region of around £15m, was revealed by former player and TV pundit Phil Thompson. Thompson told TV2 in Norway that Liverpool had won the race ahead of a host of other sides…

April 12, 2011