• A derby detached and disowned

    The word derby bears special significance on a sporting field. The Manchester derby, the Milan derby, the Madrid derby and many other sporting clashes have been cherished across the football world for ages.

  • Premier League misery for Toure, Mahrez

    African stars Yaya Toure of Manchester City, Riyad Mahrez of Leicester City and Sadio Mane of Liverpool suffered English Premier League misery at the weekend.

  • Five things we learned in the Premier League

    Manchester City lost their cool in a damaging defeat against title rivals Chelsea, Liverpool surrendered ground on the leaders after an incredible collapse at Bournemouth, while Alexis Sanchez kept Arsenal firmly in the hunt.

  • Hazard expects three-way battle for Premier League title

    Chelsea forward Eden Hazard expects Manchester City and Liverpool to be the London side's main rivals in the Premier League title race after the top three sides all enjoyed victories on the weekend.

  • Klopp salutes Liverpool despite Saints stalemate

    Jurgen Klopp praised Liverpool's performance in the goalless draw against Southampton even though the Reds missed the chance to cement their position on top of the Premier League.

  • What others think of Liverpool doesn't matter

    Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp is not bothered about what others think of the club and says what the team think of themselves is the only opinion that matters.

  • Koeman tips Liverpool to challenge for title

    Everton manager Ronald Koeman has tipped the Merseyside club's fierce rivals Liverpool to be among the sides fighting for the Premier League title this season.

  • Klopp implores his Liverpool squad to create own history

    Juergen Klopp is eager not to let Liverpool's trophy-laden past burden his squad with the manger instead urging his players to write their own chapters in the Merseyside club's history books.

  • Gerrard, Drogba near end as MLS playoffs kick off

    The Major League Soccer careers of Didier Drogba and Steven Gerrard could end without either man kicking another ball as their teams head into nerve-wracking sudden-death playoff games starting Wednesday.

  • Man Utd stifle Liverpool

    Arch rivals Liverpool and Manchester United failed to spark as England's two most successful clubs played out a forgettable 0-0 draw in the Premier League on Monday.

  • Steven Gerrard

    Gerrard back home for treatment

    Steven Gerrard is back home in Liverpool, where he's rehabbing the troublesome hamstring that disrupted his Major League Soccer season, Los Angeles Galaxy coach Bruce Arena confirmed.

  • Klopp playing down hype

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp refused to countenance the suggestion his side might be Premier League title contenders

  • Leicester break club record for striker Slimani

    Premier League champions Leicester City pay a club record fee for Sporting Lisbon's Algeria striker Islam Slimani just hours before the transfer window closed.

  • Ballotelli to have medical at Nice

    Liverpool's outcast Italian striker Mario Balotelli will have a medical at French side Nice amid transfer deadline day talks between the clubs.

  • L'pool stroll

    Daniel Sturridge scores twice as Liverpool strolled into the League Cup third round with a 5-0 win at Burton Albion, while Chelsea edge third-tier Bristol Rovers 3-2.

  • Football: 'We're not ready,' says Wenger

    Arsene Wenger says Arsenal are not physically ready for the Premier League season after opening the campaign with a chaotic 4-3 defeat at home to Liverpool.

  • Will the Premier League all stars hunt down the Foxes?

    Jaw-dropping new broadcast deals totalling 8.3 billion pounds ($10.9 billion, 9.8 billion euros) have enabled the English Premier League to assemble a dazzling galaxy of stars for the 2016-17 season.

  • Reds beaten in pre-season outing

    Liverpool are beaten 2-1 by Roma in their latest pre-season outing.

  • Chelsea edge L'pool

    Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas is sent off for a reckless lunge at Liverpool new boy Ragnar Klavan, overshadowing a 1-0 friendly win at the Pasadena Rose Bowl.

  • Wolves bought by Chinese conglomerate for £45m

    Chinese conglomerate Fosun International buys Wolverhampton Wanderers for £45m, with the club expected to confirm the deal on Thursday.

  • Sakho doping case dismissed

    UEFA has dismissed its doping case against France and Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho.

  • Liverpool sign Mane

    Senegal striker Sadio Mane has joined Liverpool from Premier League rivals Southampton on a "long-term contract" for an undisclosed fee.

  • Riise calls it quits

    Former Norway international left-back John Arne Riise, who played for top European clubs including Liverpool, Monaco and AS Roma, announces he is retiring from football.

  • L'pool, Man Utd fined 40k euros

    Liverpool and Manchester United have been fined by UEFA over a variety of charges, including illicit chanting, during their Europa League last-16 tie.

  • Sevilla extend Europa League monopoly

    Spanish side Sevilla fight back with three second-half goals against Liverpool to win their third successive Europa League trophy.

  • Valbuena, Ben Arfa miss the cut

    France coach Didier Deschamps names his 23-man squad for Euro 2016 on Thursday, with both Mathieu Valbuena and Hatem Ben Arfa missing the cut.

  • Klopp urges patience

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is thrilled with his side's late equaliser in their 1-1 draw against Chelsea at Anfield, but bemoaned his players' lack of patience.

  • Mario Balotelli

    Liverpool reveal new home kit

    Liverpool have unveiled their new home strip for the 2016-17 season - a simplistic red and gold design.

  • Barca to play Leicester in Aug friendlies

    Barcelona will play friendlies against newly-crowned English Premier League champions Leicester and Liverpool in August, the Spanish giants announced Monday.

  • Hillsborough 96 were unlawfully killed, jury rules

    A jury hearing inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool football fans in Britain's worst-ever sporting disaster at the Hillsborough football stadium in 1989 rules that they were unlawfully killed, with police failures to blame.