Greg Stobart

Remarkable Rodgers can join Liverpool's list of managerial greats
Correspondent Column: The Reds boss is excelling at Anfield with the club closing in on their first title in 24 years, while Arsenal stars should put their celebrations on ice [Read More]
 
Liverpool on the brink of history after stirring Anfield triumph
On an emotional day on Merseyside, the Reds beat title rivals Manchester City 3-2 in a pulsating clash and must now be considered favourites to win the title [Read More]
 
Liverpool, Manchester City or Chelsea? Greg Stobart's Premier League title predictions
Just four points separate the top three teams in the league table ahead of Sunday's huge clash between Liverpool and City as the title race looks set to go to the wire [Read More]
 
Why missing out on top four could be exactly what Arsenal need
Correspondent Column: The crushing defeat to Everton has left the Gunners clinging on to a Champions League spot but an absence from Europe's top table might do them good [Read More]
 
Why Sherwood wants to emulate Liverpool ... but fears he will lose Tottenham job
The 45-year-old is privately pessimistic about his chances of staying in charge beyond this season, despite asking Daniel Levy for the chance to copy Brendan Rodgers's success [Read More]
 
Tottenham eye late move for Liverpool target Konoplyanka
The Reds are hoping to push through a deal for the highly-rated Ukraine international after missing out on Mohamed Salah, but Spurs are interested and ready to make their move [Read More]
 
Chelsea boss Mourinho slams 'wild' Liverpool star Suarez for 'swimming pool' dive
Brendan Rodgers defended the Reds striker after a penalty box clash with Samuel Eto'o in the 2-1 defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday [Read More]
 
Villas-Boas comes out fighting ... but he needs wins, not wars
Correspondent's Column: The Tottenham boss has every right to defend himself, but would be better served focusing on getting points on the pitch, and not in press conferences [Read More]
 
Mourinho: Master of the mind games but king of the hypocrites
Correspondent's Column: The Spaniard's display against Tottenham showed his manager might know what he's doing after all, although his Vertonghen outburst was uncalled for [Read More]
 
World-class Ozil a game-changer for Arsenal & Wenger
Correspondent's Column: The Germany international moved to the Emirates Stadium for a staggering £40 million on deadline day, heralding an exciting new period for the Gunners [Read More]
 

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