Jurgen Klopp has agreed to become Liverpool's new non-Brendan manager on a three-year deal, say reports.
It's not that we don't know if Tim Sherwood is a good manager, it's that we don't know if he's a manager at all.
Rodgers or Moyes (!!) for England, Coutinho wanted by City, Pep says yes...
Arsenal, Everton and Manchester United will all be shown live on TV on Boxing Day.
Jurgen Klopp has no plans for Sean O'Driscoll, Gary McAllister or two other staff members at Liverpool.
Brendan Rodgers has lost his job because of a 'laptop guru', while Jurgen Klopp is really not all that...
Arsene Wenger has admitted he had "doubts" over whether to sign Santi Cazorla for Arsenal.
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has declared "enough is enough" with FIFA.
David De Gea says his failed summer move to Real Madrid has helped him "mature and grow".
Jose Mourinho admits he doesn't understand why Chelsea are currently so very rubbish.
It has been a rotten 2015 for Cesc Fabregas. Mental fatigue, or trying too hard to reach previous heights?
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini have both been provisionally banned for 90 days from football.
Somebody thinks Wales need putting in their place, while there are more mails on Jurgen Klopp...
Philippe Coutinho is "extremely happy" at Liverpool and not looking to leave, according to his agent.
Marco Amelia's agent Federico Pastorello says that the goalkeeper has signed a contract with Chelsea.
Daley Blind says he now feels "most comfortable" playing as a centre-half for Manchester United.
In all the madness over Klopp and Rodgers, Advocaat's shambolic departure has been overlooked...
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