With two electrifying races already ticket off the F1 calendar, plenty of teams have impressed in the early stages of the season.
The football world, including the region of Merseyside, was rocked by the announcement of plans for a new breakaway European Super League.
Everton manager, Carlo Ancelotti, confirmed that Doucoure suffered a fractured foot that would leave the French midfielder on the side-lines for roughly 8-10 weeks, which could greatly damage Everton's aspirations to gain a passage into Europe's elite competition.
The ever present Georginio Wijnaldum often goes under the radar, but his unbelievable performance last night allied with his consistent displays this season shows how important he is to Jurgen Klopp’s team.
Liverpool midfielder Curtis Jones has happily accepted a youth coach’s claim he shows traits similar to Sadio Mane and former Red Adam Lallana. Among the gloom of Liverpool’s injury calamities shines Jones, who has proved to be a success story for Jurgen Klopp.
Liverpool are missing two world class centre-backs in Joe Gomez and Virgil Van Dijk. However, it is not all doom and gloom if recent defensive performances are something to go from.
So far this season there have been 99 injuries sustained by Premier League clubs. Liverpool’s Joe Gomez is the latest player from Jurgen Klopp’s side to join a growing defensive injury list.
The idea of a European Premier League has, once again, raised its head on the back of "Project Big Picture" being swiftly brushed aside. I think people have to accept that this will happen at some point in the future....
The Premier League has developed plans for clubs to play televised games in isolated “World Cup-style” camps in the midlands and London over June and July, in order to try and finish the 2019/20 season amid the coronavirus pandemic.’