# premier-league - Yesterday’s News
The Reds currently sit 10th in the table, with Brendan Rodgers sacked last weekend.
It’s been a minute-by-minute of the German’s movements all throughout the day.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss will take over from Brendan Rodgers.
# premier-league - Wednesday 7 October, 2015
The former Real Madrid coach is planning time away from management for the rest of the season as Jurgen Klopp edges closer to Anfield.
Former Liverpool midfielder Didi Hamann backed Jurgen Klopp to be a success at Liverpool, if he takes over.
David Beckham is confident Manchester United are on the verge of returning to their trophy-winning ways.
# premier-league - Tuesday 6 October, 2015
The Reds have endured a difficult start to the season and currently sit 10th in the table.
Is he the answer to all of the Reds’ problems?
Meanwhile, one current player feels the German would an ideal fit for Liverpool.
The manager reveals he chatted with the Scot in the season leading up to his retirement.
# premier-league - Monday 5 October, 2015
From Graeme Souness to Brendan Rodgers, we rate each of the Anfield club’s modern-day coaches.
The Guardian, The Liverpool Echo and The Mirror are among those to weigh in.
The Blues boss has found himself under intense scrutiny as his team continues to stutter.
Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has urged Manchester United bosses to stop contacting him over the striker.
Each month, we bring you the best of the Premier League craic. Let’s find out who won this month…
The parody account took little time to mock its real-life counterpart.
# premier-league - Sunday 4 October, 2015
Jamie Carragher believes Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool record was not good enough.
A brace of Christian Eriksen free-kicks spared Harry Kane’s blushes as Tottenham earned a 2-2 draw at Swansea City.
Liverpool drew 1-1 with local rivals Everton at Goodison Park.
Danny Ings gave the guests the lead before Romelu Lukaku equalised almost immediately.
Dick Advocaat is gone from Sunderland.
Two of the Premier League’s heavyweights met in north London this afternoon.
Philippe Coutinho will leave the club if they fail to qualify for the Champions League, says Brazilian team-mate David Luiz.
There is so much live televised action, you’ll genuinely struggle to fit it all in.
Also featuring ‘Driving to Work With Keith Hernandez, the Real Mr. Met’.
The former player is impressed by what he has seen at Old Trafford of late.
# premier-league - Saturday 3 October, 2015
Also, David Silva’s brilliance and Wilfried Zaha’s re-emergence.
Jose Mourinho pointed the finger at the officials following Chelsea’s loss tonight.
The Serbian international had an evening to forget against Southampton.
The club captain had been left out of Jose Mourinho’s team in recent matches.
Sergio Aguero starred against a poor Magpies team this afternoon.
Meanwhile, Leicester’s remarkable start to the season continued.
The striker gave his best Robert Lewandowski impression today.
The former Liverpool and Man City goalkeeper’s comments on Match of the Daylast weekend are belatedly causing a stir online.
Alan Pardew’s side are just one point off leaders Man United after winning today.
A move to the English league system could catapult the Scottish champions to the top of Europe, according to one ex-player.
The team in question were willing to let him stay at Monaco for another season
Arsene Wenger will look to get one over on Louis van Gaal, while Chelsea need to turn their season around and Man City are without a couple of big names.
The Liverpool coach is not concerned about being sacked despite growing pressure around his job at Anfield.
Everton to clinch the derby, Kane to keep hitting the net, and other tips to think about for this weekend’s fixtures.
The youngster has opted to play for England over the Republic of Ireland.