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Kops defender Kolo Toure
Liverpool defender Kolo Toure has his delight at hearing reports of Luis Suarez now talking about staying.
Suarez is reported to have told Uruguayan reporters he could stay at Anfield due to the passion of the fans.
Toure told Radio City: “It’s great, we are all really happy.
“We want him to stay because what he did last season for the team was amazing. He’s a quality player. We need to keep all of our quality players.”
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Ivorian midfielder Kolo Toure
Liverpool defender Kolo Toure feels ready for the Premier League kickoff.
The Ivorian says it’s been a positive preseason.
“The pre-season has been great; now we just need to put all the effort from pre-season into the games. Stoke is the target,” he toldliverpoolfc.com.
“The most important thing is next week – Stoke is going to be a really...
Luis Suarez's future at Liverpool continues to cause confusion after he dismissed quotes attributed to him in which he said he was set to stay.
The 26-year-old Uruguayan striker has been at odds with the Reds throughout the summer, going public with his desire to leave after claiming they reneged on a promise to allow him to go if they did not qualify for the Champions League...
In a recent Ecuadorian Serie A football match, Deportivo Quevedo defender Edwin Hurtado took a page from the playbook of Luis Suarez and bit Barcelona Sporting Club's Andres Franzoia in the nose. It happened after Franzoia took down a Deportivo Quevedo defender while jostling for a corner kick. Hurtado came to the defense of his teammate and confronted Franzoia, which was...
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers wants to draw a line under the Luis Suarez saga and says he will not talk about the striker until he's available for selection.
The summer has been dominated by speculation about the Uruguay international's future, with Arsenal having two bids rejected and comments from the player about wanting to leave resulting in him being told to train...
Luis Suarez has imposed a blanket ban on discussing his attempts to leave Liverpool during the international break.
The wantaway striker has joined up with the Uruguay squad ahead of Wednesday's friendly against Japan despite the fact he is carrying a foot injury.
International breaks are often used by disgruntled players to air their grievances away from the umbrella of...
Would Samuel Eto’o be a better signing for Arsenal than Suarez? - originally posted on Soccerlens.comWith less than a week left to go for the start of a brand new season, Arsenal are yet to sign any major name. The Gunners are hoping to land a quality forward in the summer and have chased Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, only to suffer outright rejection.
Arsene Wenger has been...
Luis Suarez scored a sensational goal and was the catalyst for a Diego Forlan brace as Uruguay beat Japan 4-2 in an international friendly at the Miyagi Stadium.
Five things to know about Liverpool going into the 2013-14 English Premier League season:
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Coach Brendan Rodgers has made four offseason signings as he looks to push Liverpool toward the top four of the Premier League and qualification for the Champions League. Central defender Kolo Toure has joined from Manchester City on a free transfer, while forward Luis Alberto...
Vydra joins the growing throng of new strikers vying to be the ‘surprise package’ - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
It has been a transfer window typified by hesitation, stubbornness, and perennial anticipation. The big names in the eye of the transfer storm have, so far, failed to sway definitively this way or that. The likes of Rooney, Suarez, and Bale continue to dominate...
Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
Manchester United boss David Moyes has accused the Premier League of a fixture conspiracy.
Brendan Rodgers insists he will not let Luis Suarez sabotage Liverpool's season.
England boss Roy Hodgson...
Premier League 2013-14 preview: Rodgers aiming to bring the glory days back to Liverpool - originally posted on Soccerlens.comIf the last season was the season of introspection for Liverpool, then this has to be the season, where expectations are slowly mounting up, taking the shape of hope and robust optimism. Fans were ready to give Brendan Rodgers the time he needed to settle...
Argentina, Chile, Sweden, Ukraine, Uruguay and USA picked up victories, with the likes of Jozy Altidore, Gonzalo Higuain, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Luis Suarez among the goals.