Friday, October 21, 2016
The left back accused Suarez of racially abusing him during the pair's turbulent time in the Premier League at Manchester United and Liverpool, but he has held out an olive branch.
Thursday, October 20, 2016
The 49-year-old has urged the Merseysiders to remain patient and prepare for a physical battle against the Baggies, who will be determined to disrupt them
The Reds boss is content with the German's performances between the sticks and is convinced that he will fulfil his incredible potential as he develops on Merseyside.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
The former Borussia Dortmund boss believes that he and his players have shown enough to supporters to instill confidence in long-term success at the club.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
The 30-year-old striker is adapting to his increased time on the bench, but will use every opportunity he gets to prove he's worthy of a spot in the XI
The Portuguese must offer an explanation to English football's governing body over his remarks about Anthony Taylor ahead of Manchester United's clash against Liverpool
The Brazilian has admitted he would like to see the Liverpool star at Los Blancos, while he also considers former Reds and current Barcelona star Luis Suarez amongst today's bes...
The midfielder put in yet another disappointing display for Jose Mourinho's side, with some slamming the Frenchman as a fraud after his world-record move to Old Trafford
The Manchester United shot stopper quickly put doubts over his form to bed with a wonderful display against Liverpool which showed once more he is the number one.
Monday, October 17, 2016
Liverpool were below their best against a stubborn Manchester United at Anfield, much to Jurgen Klopp's frustration.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was at his cheeky best following Monday's 0-0 Premier League draw at Liverpool.
Manchester United set out to frustrate Liverpool and did just that during Monday's Premier League showdown.
The Reds boss was disappointed to see his side held at Anfield and felt the Reds were not brave enough in their defending in the first half against Jose Mourinho's men.
The Manchester United boss took a swipe at the praise being handed out to the Reds after holding them to a 0-0 draw at Anfield on Monday night.
The Red Devils may have prevented Jurgen Klopp's men from moving level on points at the top of the table but Monday night's action produced some grim reading.
The Spain international says the Red Devils were the better side in the first half of their clash at Anfield and revealed he is proud of all his teammates for their display.
The master of dark arts was at it again at Anfield on Monday night as his men coaxed the hosts into a scruff and engaged in persistent fouling to foil the Reds.
United was excellent defensively in its draw at Liverpool, but some will suggest the performance was not in keeping with the club's attacking principles.
Jose Mourinho's men produced a hard-working display to leave Anfield with a well-earned point, but Paul Pogba was poor once again as the visitors offered little in attack.
The hosts' four-game winning run came to an end as they were held to a draw by their bitter rivals with David de Gea the busier goalkeeper in a tense game of few chances