Crystal Palace defender Martin Kelly has been impressed by Alan Pardew's start at the club.
Crystal Palace have highly-rated creative talent in the form of Yannick Bolasie and Wilfried Zaha but need better delivery from those on the flanks.
Martin Kelly, Ryan Babel, Daniel Pacheco, Peter Crouch, Stephen Warnock along with the more illustrious names such as Dietmar Hamann, Xabi Alonso, Pepe Reina and Luis Garcia have their say on Gerrard's departure in May.
Kelly made the summer move to Crystal Palace for £1.5 million.
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The Crystal Palace boss feels the former Liverpool defender can easily challenge Calum Chambers for a place at right-back.
Martin Kelly and Jonjo Shelvey have both beaten the Toffees within the last week.
Martin Kelly was looking forward to working with Tony Pulis at Crystal Palace. But he should still be a hit with The Eagles.
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The Reds midfielder says he will 'miss the banter' but has wished the 24-year-old all the best for the future.
Tottenham Hotspur reportedly wanted to raid Dinamo Zagreb 11 years after bringing Luka Modric to the Premier League but Olmo didn't follow in his footsteps.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could recall Alisson back to his side's starting line-up.
The Liverpool defender is likely to play no part in tomorrow's Champions League encounter.
Dele Alli is not guaranteed to start tonight as Tottenham Hotspur host Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Arsenal drew 1-1 away at Manchester United on Monday night.
Liverpool fans are very glad the club did not splash out on Nicolas Pepe.
The Hammers will reportedly be without their first-choice stopper and some fans have identified the one-time Tottenham back-up - now a free agent - as possible cover.
Tottenham face Bayern this evening.
The Ibrox manager has been criticised for the job he's done at Rangers.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Moussa Sissoko could be utilised at right-back more often from now on, according to Mauricio Pochettino.