A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Thursday morning.
John Carver refuses to be too harsh on Newcastle United midfielder Mehdi Abeid for his mistake against Manchester United.
Apple has officially overtaken Samsung as the world’s biggest smartphone maker, selling more phones in the Christmas quarter than any other brand thanks to rising demand in China.
Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong says he is still 'getting his head around' the level of expectation with the Bhoys.
Stuart Broad believes Alex Hales possesses the talent required to revive England’s faltering World Cup campaign when it resumes against Bangladesh at the Adelaide Oval on Monday.
The Manor Marussia Formula One team – backed by the former Sainsbury’s chief executive Justin King and the energy entrepreneur Stephen Fitzpatrick – confirmed on Wednesday that they will return to racing in Melbourne next week.
In the last few years it has been a constantly evolving task deciding which character in Joseph Heller’s novel Catch-22 the England cricket team and its massed corporate hierarchy most resemble.
As the election draws nearer, here’s one key thing UK party’s can learn from 2013’s federal German election.
Masters fever may already engulf the narrative of Rory McIlroy but the man himself has insisted thoughts of Augusta National are not yet prominent in his mind.
Nottingham Forest's Henri Lansbury, Leeds United's Marco Silvestri, Derby County's Tom Ince and Watford's Odion Ighalo up for Player of the Month prize.