Liverpool beat Chelsea 2-1 to send the Blues to a second straight home loss in the Premier League as Glen Johnson got a late winner against his former team.
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Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is set to be given 50 million pounds ($77.2 million) to spend on transfers, with Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina among his targets, the Mail on Sunday reported.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger berated the match officials after a 1-1 draw with Liverpool left his team six points behind Premier League leader Manchester United with as many games remaining.
Manchester United will take its fight for a fourth straight Premier League title to the final day of the season after a win over Sunderland that manager Alex Ferguson said will “keep the nerves” jangling at Chelsea.
Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson hailed a “famous victory” at Bolton yesterday that lifted the Reds out of the relegation positions in soccer’s Premier League.
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Roy Hodgson said the pressure is building after Liverpool lost its first game under new ownership.
Liverpool won 1-0 at Bolton today to climb out of the relegation positions in English soccer’s Premier League. Newcastle defeated 10-man Sunderland 5-1.
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"It was important to keep the tie alive."
- Jose Reina on Apr 22, 2010