That's David Woods' big exclusive in the Star. Plus Morata, Sturridge, Batshuayi, Llorente
Djibril Cisse reveals what Steven Gerrard told his Liverpool teammates at half-time in the 2005 CL final.
Just call him the Irish Willian. Damien Duff almost joined Liverpool and Tottenham, but Chelsea won the fight.
Investments in the first team and pay-off for Rodgers mean record-breaking revenues but a £20m loss.
Jurgen Klopp and Daniel Sturridge will sit down for a chat in the summer over the striker's future.
Marvel at some of the absolute dross served up in the Premier League so far this season...
You know the rules: the big clubs are on the TV a bit. Some games have been moved about too. Come see.
Goalkeepers, strikers, Lucas, the lack of a Plan B. Not much for Jurgen Klopp to sort out, then. Nope...
Klopp has the right plan but the wrong players. Plus, Rafa wasn't the answer then and he's not now.
Zlatan makes it, but so does a Mad Dog, a sexy lumberjack, and Freddie. RELEASE THE KRAKEN.
You can feel gratitude and sympathy for Ranieri, but blaming players is too easy. The show must go on...
The Liverpool fallout is fun. The Leicester analysis is level-headed. Ranieri's faults were exposed.
"I don't think I've ever seen a game where two teams who come off the pitch and hang their heads in shame..."
Jamie Vardy scored twice as Leicester City beat Liverpool 3-1 to put the pressure back on Jurgen Klopp
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