Liverpool boss Dalglish continues spending spree with Cahill bid

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is ready to splash out for Bolton Wanderers defender Gary Cahill. The Daily Mail says having lost out to Manchester United for Phil Jones in June, Dalglish is searching for a central defender in the mould of Bolton’s England man Cahill.

“Spending money does not guarantee you success,” said Dalglish. “(But) I don’t know of any football club that has ever had success that has not spent money. So it is necessary.”


Manchester United Face West Brom, Tottenham And Arsenal, While Liverpool Meet Sunderland And Chelsea Travel To Stoke But Manchester City Welcome Swansea

Fixture list announced today and the Premier League will start with a bang.

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Manchester United will kick-off their defence of the Premier League with a tricky trip to West Bromwich Albion on August 13.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s side will then welcome both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal to Old Trafford before the transfer window closes on September 1.

The Gunners travel to Newcastle United on the opening day, where last year they managed an incredible 4-4 draw.

Liverpool, Bolton tracking want-away Monaco striker Park

AS Monaco striker Park Chu-Young is eyeing a move to England.

The South Korea international is ready to quit ASM after a disastrous campaign.

L’Equipe says Bolton Wanderers and Liverpool are monitoring his situation.

Park has decided to quit ASM this summer.

Top 25 Managers In Europe In The 2010/11 Season

Having looked at the sexiest and ugliest players, the best teenagers and strikers and the most disappointing, here is our list of the greatest managers from Europe’s top divisions this season.

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25. Ralf Rangnick (Schalke)

He may have only taken over the role in March but steered the club away from relegation and into a Champions League semi-final. Despite losing to Manchester United they did eliminate the holders Inter Milan.