Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp criticises Neville brothers over Loris Karius comments

Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp criticises Neville brothers over Loris Karius comments

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hit out at TV pundits Gary and Phil Neville, after the pair criticised Reds goalkeeper Loris Karius for a series of high profile mistakes. Klopp particularly targeted Gary, questioning the former Manchester United players role as a TV pundit after his short-lived career as a football manager at Valencia. Mistakes from Karius in games against Bournemouth and West Ham have led to widespread criticism of the young keeper. Dec 13, 2016
Gianfranco Zola: Chelsea can win the Premier League

Gianfranco Zola: Chelsea can win the Premier League

Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola has praised his former club for their start to the season. The London club currently sit top of the Premier League on 28 points. Zola, who played 229 games for the Blues, also praised the impact of manager Antonio Conte, who took over at Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2016. Nov 25, 2016
Gianfranco Zola: Chelsea can win the Premier League

Gianfranco Zola: Chelsea can win the Premier League

Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola has praised his former club for their start to the season. The London club currently sit top of the Premier League on 28 points. Zola, who played 229 games for the Blues, also praised the impact of manager Antonio Conte, who took over at Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2016. Nov 25, 2016
Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn calls on Labour to accept the decision of the members

Jeremy Corbyn addressed the Labour Party conference in Liverpool on 29 September, calling for unity in a dived party. The Labour leader, having retained the title after being re-elected by the parties membership, told the conference that the party needed to rebuild the trust and support of voters in order to be elected into power. Sep 28, 2016

John McDonnell: Labour will introduce a real Living Wage

Speaking at the Labour conference in Liverpool on 26 September, shadow chancellor John McDonnell said a Labour government would introduce a real Living Wage of more than £10 ($12.90) per hour. The policy would see Labour better the governments promise by £1 an hour.The close ally of re-elected leader Jeremy Corbyn, McDonnell also promised a Labour government would get rid of the Trade Union Act within the first 100 days of power. Sep 26, 2016