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ESPN2, ESPN3 and ESPN Deportes will present live coverage of Manchester United vs. Liverpool FC, two of Premier League’s most-successful clubs, on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 7:30 a.m. ET.
The match at Old Trafford is one of the most anticipated Premiership games of the season. ESPN3’s coverage will be available in both English and Spanish languages.
Manchester United has 55 points – two points removed from Manchester City, which is currently at the top of the league standings. Liverpool, with 39 points, is seventh in the standings.
Emotions will... Read the rest of the article »
We live in an era when it seems to win the accolades of fans in the transfer market, a manager must pour money into bringing big name signings to his club.
This summer in the Premier League, Spanish World Cup winner David Silva, and Argentine goal machine Sergio Aguero are high profile signings who have turned Manchester City into genuine title contenders.
In the coming transfer window, Robin Van Persie, Didier Drogba and Fernando Torres are all tipped to make high profile, big money moves away from their respective clubs.
Despite the opportunity... Read the rest of the article »
Liverpool will only play three games during the month of November, but all three are against elite opposition and could be a direct indicator of the team’s ability to challenge for honors.
The arrival of Kenny Dalglish has without doubt caused an upturn in fortunes for the Anfield club, and the Reds are currently riding an eight game unbeaten streak in all competitions.
Defensively the Reds have been solid letting in only 10 Premier League goals (the same as league leading Manchester City), and right back Jose Enrique is beginning to be tipped for a call-up from world champions... Read the rest of the article »
Liverpool have now been under the ownership of Fenway Sports Group (FSG) for just over a year now, and the group are playing a part in trying to revolutionize Premier League TV rights.
While many fans like to believe they “pay players wages” with the money they pay at the gate, it is the TV deals that really have the financial power in football today.
Currently Premier League TV rights for games screened abroad are shared among the 20 Premier League clubs.
While this is good for the overall health of the Premier League, it is not necessarily best for the stronger... Read the rest of the article »
You will find very few Liverpool fans predicting a Title challenge for their team. The reason is not the players on the field, it is merely the humility beaten into them by 21 years of waiting for an English Title.
In addition to the frustration of constant failure to win the league, Liverpool fans have also been forced to watch bitter rivals Manchester United break their record of 18 English Championships.
For a long time the fact that their club had won more league titles than any other is the only straw Liverpool fans had left to clutch, as they argued against the superiority of Arsenal, Chelsea and... Read the rest of the article »
An Early Statement
This weekend provides an opportunity for Liverpool to make an early statement about their credentials this season.
Liverpool still hold title ambitions after season’s of failure, and Arsenal are in a similar scenario. Both clubs go into the season looking at a title, but both seem to have fragile confidence that is dented by the first bad run of form.
For that psychological reason... Read the rest of the article »
Manchester United ostensibly have their sight on Liverpool’s Pepe Reina, as keeper Van der Sar is anticipated to hang his gloves after the end of this season.
Liverpool have already lost Fernando Torres to Premier League archrivals Chelsea, but the Reds are not concerned by the striker’s departure, as new comers Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll have already popped up as promising players. Now, the radar of rivals Manchester United have been placed on goalie Pepe Reina, and this could be an unpleasant news for the Reds.
Reina has been a regular starter... Read the rest of the article »
Another Merseyside derby looms. Liverpool won the previous fixture 0-2 at Goodison Park. Both sides are on a good run of form. And both seek financial windfall that European competition next season could bring. (But that’s beside the point on derby day.)
Liverpool picked up three vital points last weekend in their 2-0 victory over Bolton at Anfield, thus gaining ground on Tottenham, who only managed a point against Birmingham City.
The Premier League’s fourth place finisher gets a Champions League berth and with only two points currently separating the four contenders, this weekend’s fixtures may have far-reaching consequences. Going... Read the rest of the article »