Neville: Reds And Arsenal 'Long Way Off'

Neville: Reds And Arsenal 'Long Way Off'

Gary Neville says Liverpool and Arsenal can forget about challenging for silverware after stuttering starts to the season. "If we're talking about these two teams challenging for Champions League titles and championships, it's not going to happen. They're a long way away," he said. "Neither understands how to stop goals going into the back of their own net." At least Jamie Carragher is encouraged by Liverpool's improvement...

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Becoming A Proper Fan Again In 2014

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W & L: Allardyce (Rightly) Will Be Smug

W & L: Allardyce (Rightly) Will Be Smug

West Ham top the Winners after 25 points from the last 33 available. Brendan Rodgers is also included after a notable improvement, whilst gutless Arsenal join United as losers.

Johnny's Very Favourite Things Of 2014

Johnny's Very Favourite Things Of 2014

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16 Conclusions: Liverpool 2 Arsenal 2

16 Conclusions: Liverpool 2 Arsenal 2

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ow.. ten paragraphs on West Ham in winners sections.. wow.. Its really Christmas time!!!.. Forever blowing bubbles..

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couple of wins and everything is OK! Sorry you still haven't got a striker who can consistently goals. Keep searching. I don't think Liverpool will make top four not even Europa League this time around.

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f he can find the right player? Surely the manager of one of Europe's top clubs has a well-researched short-list and has a good idea of who he wants to bring on-board? If I can find the right player sounds like someone going out on Saturday night on the pull, and the nearer you get to midnight the lower your standards drop.

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