Joe Cole thinks young Liverpool duo Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones have “stepped up” after the departures of Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and James Milner.
Two Liverpool players in the top six, but neither are first in a ranking of the England chances of 60 uncapped Premier League starters so far this season.
Gabby Agbonlahor believes Jurgen Klopp “is wrong” in his assessment of the tackle which saw Curtis Jones get sent off against Tottenham and his suspension upheld after an appeal.
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More than half of the Premier League’s worst XI is made up of Brighton bunglers, while Diogo Jota’s kamikaze cameo earns the Liverpool forward the worst score of the weekend…
Gary Neville thinks a yellow card for Curtis Jones would’ve been the “right” decision after VAR sent off the Liverpool midfielder against Tottenham.
Klopp urged to give 21-year-old ‘opportunities’ after ‘showing himself worthy’ in Liverpool midfield
Joleon Lescott thinks Curtis Jones has proved himself “worthy” of being a regular starter in Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool midfield three.
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The 22-year-old has been brilliant ever since we posed the rhetorical question: ‘Has Curtis Jones’ ‘big head’ hampered his progress at Liverpool?’ We refuse to believe it’s a coincidence.
Klopp reflects on a “difficult spell” for the 22-year-old and says “speed of play” is one of two key improvements in his game in the last few weeks.
The future once again looks bright for Liverpool, but Leicester’s self-destruction is now almost complete
Liverpool look ready to challenge again even if their sprint finish doesn’t get a Champions League reward, but woeful Leicester really do appear doomed now.
Liverpool extended their winning run to seven games as Jurgen Klopp’s side beat relegation-threatened Leicester 3-0 at the King Power.
This is a long Premier League season with a long finishing straight. It was always going to test squads to the limit and throw up some unlikely heroes.
Souness picks out one signing Liverpool need to solve issue; claims duo are ‘fighting for their futures’
Graeme Souness thinks Liverpool “will be fine” but he has explained why they need to sign a midfielder who “continually puts the ball under pressure”.
Has Curtis Jones’ ‘big head’ hampered his progress at Liverpool? His career’s gone backwards and he’s forgotten in talks of a midfield succession.
Curtis Jones has claimed he isn’t fazed by Liverpool potentially signing new midfield stars and is willing to stay and fight for his place.
Liverpool will not sign Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Bellingham while FSG still own the club, says Graeme Bailey.
Jurgen Klopp has never doubted Liverpool’s quality and was pleased by the way his side bounced back from their latest setback against Napoli.
The Reds have already signed Fabio Carvalho, Darwin Nunez and Calvin Ramsay this summer…
“Curtis was really good the last two games. I know him for a long time now and I am one of his biggest fans.”
“We couldn’t have won the game last night without good individual performances.”
Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho and Curtis Jones are all back in training.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a shoo-in for this side for many years but Ivan Toney? Didn’t see that one coming.
Three of the back five in this uncapped England XI is made up of former Chelsea youngsters, with another in midfield…
“He’s still young, he’s still learning, he has a great mentality. He has to keep that going.”
“I’m definitely more disciplined. I just don’t go mad and run off with the ball and try to shoot and score now.”
“Obviously in the last couple of games, he’s shown that he has the quality to be there and is doing well.”
Jurgen Klopp knew Curtis Jones would play 40 games a season in League One but he needed lessons at Liverpool.
Is Jurgen Klopp’s ‘obsession’ harming Liverpool? And Curtis Jones is a ‘nightmare to defend against’.
The Liverpool star was brilliant as Klopp’s men beat Porto 5-1 on Tuesday night…