A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Monday morning.
The Rangers star wants to ensure the players continue to take their chances in front of goal.
The Tottenham Hotspur defender has made a frank admission about what motivated him this time around.
The new Arsenal keeper had a Premier League debut for The Gunners to forget.
The Celtic captain should not be out of action for much longer.
The BBC pundit has been discussing the 25-year-old midfielder.
Pedro Obiang will be back in first team training this week.
Liz Kendall wrapped up the 22nd hustings of the Labour leadership race in Canary Wharf, strode into the lift and held her head in her hands.
Anyone who wants to understand the true nature of hip-hop’s perennial concern with “keeping it real” has only to go back to the music’s formative moment.
Labour is conducting a “startlingly retro” leadership campaign and is at risk of going back to the politics of the 1950s, treating women as incapable of the top jobs and instead electing two men to represent the party as leader and deputy leader, Yvette Cooper has told the Guardian.
Mark Ronson described the late singer Amy Winehouse as “one of the best lyricists of this generation” before his headline performance at Splendour in the Grass 2015, which ended with a moving tribute to the late singer.
You can shoot him, stab him, drown him, blow him up or pair him with Thandie Newton, but you can’t stop Ethan Hunt, because he’s played by Tom Cruise.