James Milner is in a very odd position in Liverpool as the English midfielder opted to hang up his international boots back on August of 2016. He wanted to focus the remaining years of his playing career on helping his club. Considering that Milner is 31 years old, the final stages of his career is…
Liverpool are set to host Arsenal at Anfield early in the season. The Premier League giants would clash in week 3 after both having eventful starts to the new term. Arsenal overturned a deficit to post a hard fought win against Leicester City in the season opener but stumbled against Stoke City. Liverpool, at their…
Premier League side Liverpool areset to complete the signing of Andrew Robertson from Hull City.
The Scot is set to be the third addition at Anfield this summer.
Robertson is decent and has the potential to grow into an excellent player at the club. He has decent experience in the top flight and would comfortably play backup to James Milner.
Tottenham Hotspur are believed to be ahead of Liverpool in the race to sign teenage star Ryan Sessegnon.
Liverpool reportedly want five new stars this season as they get set to play in the Champions League aside local commitments.
Coach Jurgen Klopp wants the Fulham teenage star as a long term option in the left back role. He has played James Milner in that capacity this term as he lacked faith in Alberto Moreno – the only natural option.
James Milner says that the current Liverpool team are probably the best he has played with.
Liverpool defender James Milner has been ranked one of the best full back in Europe, according to CIES Football Observatory.
The Reds veteran is not just one of the best left back but full back in all of Europe – the elite football continent. The only player ranked ahead of Milner is Alex Sandro at Juventus.
Liverpool vice captain James Milner has opened up on his experience playing in the left back position under Coach Jurgen Klopp.
The Three Lions player says that it is up to him to ensure that the club does not spend money to land a left back in January as Klopp tries to strengthen the defence.
“It is down to me to make sure they don’t buy a left back,” Milner said. On Klopp preferring to start him ahead of Alberto Moreno, Milner said:
Nothing could excite a coach more than to be sure that he has a complete squad ready for an upcoming match and enough quality substitutes.
Thus, it is not hard to spot why James Milner’s return is an important one for Jurgen Klopp and the entire Liverpool team.
The news that Milner is back with the squad for full time training ahead of Liverpool’s game against Watford at the weekend has been received as a boost for Liverpool.
James Milner has become a surprise selection at left back for Liverpool.
It was largely expected that the England international would play as winger or central midfielder for Liverpool when he joined the club on a free transfer from Manchester City. His versatility, though, has meant that Jurgen Klopp has decided to use him as the replacement for Alberto Moreno, who has had a disastrous start to the campaign. Moreno’s form was already under the spotlight and he started to campaign in the worst possible fashion with two high-profile mistakes in back-to-back games.
James Milner has announced his retirement from international football.
He said that he has discussed with the new England manager Sam Allardyce and believes that the best decision for him is to retire from the national team. Milner has made 61 appearances for the England team since his first match in 2009. He has participated in two World Cups as well as two European Championships with the England national team.