Friday, August 28, 2015

Liverpool Duo, Jordan Rossiter and Sheyi Ojo Include England U19s Squad

Dailymail : Born in Merseyside, Rossiter joined Liverpool in 2003 at the age of just six ‒ a youth product in every sense of the word. On the day of his 15th birthday, he made his debut for their Under-18 side.

He is known as a deep-lying, tough-tackling midfielder and Robbie Fowler in January 2013 likened him to Steven Gerrard. 'Big shout but potentially a young Stevie G,' the Liverpool legend tweeted.

Sportsmail columnist Jamie Carragher likewise previously said: 'I like the look of him. He's got a bit of character and steel that me and Stevie have had. He's a great talent.'

Liverpool : Rossiter, meanwhile, made his Barclays Premier League debut as a substitute during the Reds' 0-0 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium 24 hours earlier.

A good week for the pair has now been further improved by the news that they have both been included in Aidy Boothroyd's latest England squad.

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Brendan Rodgers Speaks About Mario Balloteli Transfer From Liverpool

Mario Balotelli admits he made mistakes but claims Brendan Rodgers’ tactics were partly to blame for his failure at Liverpool. The Italian striker has rejoined AC Milan on a season-long loan after scoring just four goals for the Reds in 28 appearances,
The former Manchester City frontman has given up a chunk of his £90,000 per week salary at Anfield but the Reds will still have to make a hefty contribution to his wages.
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