A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Thursday morning.
Norwich City midfielder Gary O’Neil hopes that Queens Park Rangers find a suitable replacement for Chris Ramsey.
Alan Brazil wonders if Jack Grealish is a player suitable for Aston Villa’s Premier League relegation battle.
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Bobby Zamora says he loved playing for the club he grew up supporting, West Ham.
DeAndre Yedlin joined Sunderland on a season-long loan deal in the summer transfer window.
Leeds United defeated Cardiff City 1-0 at Elland Road in the Championship on Tuesday evening.
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Rob Shafir will remain at Credit Suisse as chairman of the Americas even as he steps down from the bank’s executive board.
The Spurs striker has talked up the team's fitness levels.
Two ex-Rabobank traders 'exploited and abused' their role in setting the London interbank offered rate by manipulating the bank’s submissions to benefit themselves and colleagues, a prosecutor told jurors as the first U.S. trial over alleged Libor-rigging began.
CLSA analyst Mike Mayo is eyeing JPMorgan Chase , despite the bank's earnings miss on Tuesday. In a note he said, "JPMorgan remains the Lebron James of banking."