Steven Gerrard of Liverpool has a shot at the Everton goal during their English Premier League match at Goodison Park on Saturday. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters In the Steven Gerrard scrapbook of Merseyside Derby memories, he is unlikely to reserve a page for what is probably his last local hurrah. A 0-0 Premier League draw against old foes Everton at Goodison Park is not how the Liverpool captain would have dreamt about signing off from the rivals' habitual battle for superiority. Having ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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‘I will play the same way because that's the way I am. That's what I need to do in order to support my family’ ‘That’s my bread and butter; also that’s what I need to do for this club and for the fans of this club’ ‘I’ve not done anything wrong, because I never meant to do that and it was not on purpose’ ‘I’ve never injured another colleague, another player on purpose’ Diego Costa of Chelsea reacts. Photograph: Julian ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Image: Yaya Toure of Manchester City scores from the penalty spot against Everton. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters Champions Manchester City took full advantage of Chelsea's surprise reverse to cut the gap at the top to three points as Yaya Toure's penalty earned a 1-0 home victory over Everton. Manchester City lost 14-goal leading marksman Sergio Aguero because of a left knee injury inside the first five minutes at the Etihad but still had too much for Everton who only came to life late ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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