James Milner joined The Reds when Brendan Rodgers was the boss at the locker room from Manchester City.

He didn’t join in the best of circumstances but he went on play and gave a lot for the team in the last campaign. He had the reputation for being a no nonsense player and was the mainstay of the team.

This season with the addition of Sadio Mane from Southampton, Jordan Henderson back in full fitness and other players that are still being heavily linked with the club, Read more


James Milner has urged the national team squad in France not to lose their opener with Russia at the Euro 2016.

The Three Lions veteran is part of Roy Hodgson’s 23-man squad set to play Russia on June 11. Milner who is 30 years of age will be making his fourth appearance in a major tournament after making the squad for the World Cups in 2010 and 2014 and the last Euros four years ago. He said:

James Milner says that he has no regrets about quitting Manchester City

James Milner says that he has no regrets about quitting Manchester City for Liverpool in the summer.

The England midfielder joined the Merseyside outfit the summer on a free transfer after letting his contract with City expire. Many questioned the move since Milner had a lot of opportunities to win trophies at City. Liverpool, meanwhile, have won the League Cup in the last decade. However, things have been promising at Anfield of late especially after the arrival of Jurgen Klopp. The German was appointed midway through the season after poor results shown by Brendan Rodgers.

James Milner believes that Liverpool can still reach the Champions League next season

James Milner believes that Liverpool can still reach the Champions League next season after managing a brilliant 3-0 win over Manchester City at Anfield.

Milner scored against his former club, who have never won at this ground since the takeover from the Abu Dhabi owners, to help Liverpool climb to seventh in the table. Incredibly, the Champions League places look to be in the reach of the Merseyside club due to a combination of poor form to the teams above them. City have been able to win only two out of the last five league matches.

A return to Leeds United is possible for James Milner

The first professional English club that James Milner joined was Leeds United as this was the club where the midfielder spent his youth career before eventually going on to join Newcastle United, Aston Villa, Manchester City and lastly Liverpool which is where he is currently performing in now.

Questions have been raised about manager Roy Hodgson

A number of lesser-known players have caught their eye while playing in the Premier League. Questions have been raised about manager Roy Hodgson being interested in including names like Mark Noble, who have performed exceptionally well for West Ham in this campaign.

Manchester City form in Danger

Manchester City’s form during the early weeks of January was in danger of nose-diving after star striker Sergio Aguero was not expected to be back until the middle of the month.

Aguero has already been missing for the last few weeks. Manuel Pellegrini does not seem to trust the likes of Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic much.

James Milner Saddened after Sergio Aguero is out of League

Manchester City midfielder James Milner has admitted that the absence of Sergio Aguero for the next couple of weeks is a massive blow for the team, but he feels that City have enough quality in the squad to overcome his absence.

Aguero was forced off the field after just a couple of minutes during the Premier League game against Everton on Saturday. Even though City are tight-lipped about the injury and are refusing to reveal the length of his absence, he is certain to miss the match against Roma. Aguero has been the most important player for City this season.

Bento asked to leave post

Finally, Paulo Bento was asked to leave from his post of Portugal manager. The loss in the opening Euro qualifying game the other day was hard to digest for the fans as well as for the officials. Playing at home against Albania, Portugal was being backed for three points, but, they couldn’t secure even one.
A new guy has already been slotted at the post by the Portugal football association. It’s Fernando Santos, the former Sporting CP, who has got the job.