Tottenham dented Fulham's Premier League survival hopes with a 3-1 win over their London rivals at White Hart Lane.
Brendan Rodgers hails Steven Gerrard as the best holding midfielder around, saying he would not swap him for anyone.
Manuel Pellegrini says there is no doubt that injuries have hampered Manchester City's title challenge this season.
David Moyes admits Man United could struggle to secure their top transfer targets in time for the start of pre-season.
Gary Neville tells Fenners how he is relishing the prospect of going to another World Cup, but this time as part of Roy Hodgson's coaching staff.
Follow the latest from the written press with the best gossip and speculation from the papers.
Ramsey but no Henderson? Do you agree with the PFA Player of the Year nominees? Have your say.
David Moyes could be in for a mixed reception when he returns to Goodison, writes Vinny O'Connor.
We catch up with Reds cult hero Luis Garcia ahead of his Anfield return on Easter Monday.
Man Utd's men with a point to prove can take advantage of Everton's midweek blow, says Jamie Redknapp.
Paul Merson says Liverpool WON'T beat Norwich - and Chelsea and Man City will close the gap.
Steve Bruce deserves a mention when this year's managerial awards are handed out, says Carra.
Most strikers would go down in Matt Jarvis' position - and nothing's wrong with that, says Kevin Phillips.
Glenn Hoddle tells Fenners and Merse how close he came to taking over from AVB at Spurs.
Ugo Ehiogu talks about the problems with Aston Villa and why England need to develop a style of their own.
Sam Allardyce joins Ben and Kammy to talk all things football in an egg-cellent start to the day.
The panel look at the hot topics, including Matt Jarvis' honesty and a cracking Super Sunday.
Surely 23 & 24 are too old for young player of the year? It should be for teenagers, no more than 21 in my opinion, but it will probably go to Hazard who is 23. Defeats the object of young player of the year.
If we base on the Overall performance in this season, Suarez deserve to be PFA player of the year without any doubt. He is for sure ahead compare to rest of the nominee base on his contribution on the field especially goals scored,...
Chelsea has more staying power, boosted by their solid defence. The physiological and psychological to win at least one trophy, if not two is going to weaken them. Liverpool and Real Madrid will triumph. Chelsea die heart. RZ
Quite simply Liverpool can afford a draw at Chelsea and still win league by a point ;regardless of goals if they win other fixtures,but as Brendan Rogers says each game as it comes for LFC who will i think win the title at Palace...
I still don't, as an Arsenal fan, think Giroud is good enough. When he doesn't perform it makes it very difficult for Arsenal to score goals, he loses interest very quickly and when you play with one striker you need to make...
To Mr. N.when I said arsenal have not won anything obviously refer to last 9 yrs and counting Okkkkkkk...& when your beloved Goon..ers win the Champions League than shout your mouth off, otherwise find a rock to crawl Under!!!!!!!
end of the day Liverpool deserve to win not just because of the quality of football but the fact they hardly spent any money this summer but rogers has the likes of Henderson sterling playing well even Allen they don't cheat like...
I don't understand Liverpool supporters. Half your supporters say your a big club and then act as if you're a small club who are little dog compared to tottenham, man u etc... I am so confused. I also, don't understand...
Come on liverpool. Do it for hills borough, for the 96. For the fans who have been loyal through the tough times. Come on liverpool. P.s. Gerard said 'We go to Norwich and attack them. Come on. ' said on sky sports
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