Liverpool finished the 2013-14 season at the top of one table: The Fair Play League Table. The Premier League confirmed today that the Reds finished the season with a score of 328.8, ahead of Arsenal (324), Everton (323.5) and Manchester City (320).
“We are delighted to top the Fair Play League at the end of one of our most successful seasons in recent history,” manager Brendan Rodgers told the team’s official website today.
On the back of leading Liverpool back into the Champions League and points away from winning the club’s first league title since the dawn of the Premier League, Brendan Rodgers has signed a new longterm contract with the club. His contract is reported to be a new four-year deal that will keep him at Anfield through 2018.
“It’s a huge privilege for me to manage this club and to have been offered the opportunity to carry on with the work I have been doing over the last couple of years. It leaves me hugely honoured,” Rodgers told the team’s official website. “I’m absolutely delighted to be able to continue what has been a really exciting time for the club. We’ll look to move forward again next season and over the coming seasons.”
In a season chock-full of big games, Liverpool faces yet another huge test of its Premier League title credentials when fellow contenders Chelsea visit Anfield for what could be a monumental occasion at the famous venue. Continue reading →
The build up to Norwich away was all about taking the same intensity from the Manchester City game and applying it to the lowly canaries. Realistically that was always going to be a big ask seeing as the emotional and physical drain that the previous Sunday must have taken out of Brendan Rodgers and his team. Norwich did play their part in making life more than difficult however. Continue reading →
Sundays win over Manchester City could prove to be crucial in deciding where the title ends up. It was a game that had everything. A rampaging Liverpool team that ripped City apart for the first twenty-five minutes. A comeback from the visitors that rocked the home team and truly tested their spirit and character and an amazing winner from a little Brazilian magician. It was an appropriate way to mark the ninety-six lives lost at Hillsborough. A tragedy that will be twenty-five years old on Tuesday April 15th. Continue reading →