EXCLUSIVE: Liverpool to sign at least Two Players in January Transfer Window? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Soccerlens Deputy Editor Saikat Mandal with Emile Heskey
In an Exclusive interview at the Hotel Trident in Mumbai, Soccerlens Deputy Editor Saikat Mandal caught up with former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey. The 36-year-old Leicester City ambassador has been an honourable...
Former England international Emile Heskey is currently training with Championship outfit Bolton, according to BBC Radio Manchester. Veteran striker Ejdur […]
Former Reds striker on why Liverpool are struggling to score regularly this season - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey claims Brendan Rodgers was banking on Daniel Sturridge to fulfil the void left by the departure of Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan international was the Reds’ top scorer in the league last season. However, the controversial striker...
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Emile Heskey thinks Liverpool are taking a risk by signing Mario Balotelli but believes the striker could be a shrewd […]
Back to school: Emile Heskey and his wife Chantelle dress up in uniform for a partyEmile Heskey and his new wife Chantelle Tagoe, a Ghanaian, have gone back to school by dressing up in uniform for a fancy dress party.The former Liverpool, Leicester and England striker, who now lives and plays in Australia, attended the party dressed as a schoolboy, with Tagoe, whom he married earlier...
Emile Heskey has backed England manager Roy Hodgson to stay on, despite their first-round exit at the FIFA World Cup […]
Former Liverpool, Leicester and England striker Emile Heskey has married his Ghanaian fiancee Chantelle Tagoe in a lavish ceremony in Australia.The former England striker wed his fiancee Down UnderTagoe posted pictures of the ceremony on InstagramHeskey, 36, is now play for Newcastle Jets in the A-LeagueHe played for eight clubs including Liverpool, Leicester, Aston Villa Heskey...
The A-League will celebrate its 1,000th match this weekend, more than eight years after its first.
The Melbourne Victory will host the Newcastle Jets on Sunday in the signature game. The first match in the Australian league, formed out of the old National Soccer League, was played on Aug. 26, 2005 when the Jets hosted Adelaide United.
In between, the league has been hit by the...
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December 03, 2013