Coutinho would rather Liverpool legacy over move to Barcelona or Real Madrid

Ross Houston
May 24, 2017

"Finishing the season with seven goals in two games is ideal, hopefully I can continue it at the start of next season", he said.

"I think it was a bit self-indulgent but we should really be concentrating on how much of a fantastic servant John Terry has been for Chelsea and he has been one of the outstanding defenders in Premier League history".

Some fans had been hoping that they would be given the option to opt out of Europa League fixtures altogether, but that is not the case.

Welbeck has played at Wembley several times with England, Arsenal and former club Manchester United.

BBC pundit Garth Crooks has brazenly suggested that Liverpool talisman Philippe Coutinho would be on his way out of the club this summer, had Jurgen Klopp's side not secured Champions League football next season, with their 3-0 win over Middlesbrough on the season's final day.

"It was in our hands, not depending on anything, and Watford had trouble in defence, a lot of injuries, but always when you play for something on the last weekend of the season it is complicated, there is always pressure, there is no second chance", said Guardiola.

According to the Independent, the Liverpool manager will have £100m to spend, and the club will reignite their interest in Mohamed Salah, three years after originally trying to sign the Egyptian winger.

'Hopefully now we can stick a few trophies in the cabinet.

"Big, big teams, we knew it wouldn't be easy".

"It's hard to make an argument that a man who has been as great as he has and has built the teams that he has, should be sacked".

United may or may not be able to offer Champions League football, but they have still managed to bring an array of stars to the Premier League.

Most of the Chelsea players, as though warming up for the FA Cup final next Saturday, had a pop at the beleaguered Sunderland goal during the game.

He told reporters: "This is the danger; honestly, the real danger is to think that the season is finished and if you win or lose it doesn't change the season".

It emphasised how the top clubs have pulled away from the rest, with a gap of 15 points between Everton in seventh place and Southampton in eighth.

But even that won't be enough to quell the mutinous atmosphere among Arsenal supporters who believe Wenger has lost his edge.

Chelsea's 93 points was the second highest total since the Premier League began in 1992 and they became the first Premier League team to register 30 victories in one season. I'm going to be supporting the players and the club from the bottom of my heart.

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