By Chris Rowland and Daniel Rhodes.
W/c Monday June 29th 2015.
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The Week in Football – Liverpool FC:
Martin Skrtel is keener than ever to start pre-season training next month. (LiverpoolFC.com) Skrtel admits to a raw disappointment but believes he knows where the necessary work should be undertaken to produce better.
“When you lose or have a bad season it’s an awful feeling,” the No.37 told the latest edition of the official Liverpool FC magazine. “You are sad and disappointed and you don’t really want to speak to anyone. I don’t kick a wall or shout but it stays with you for a long time. “I always try to look at why we lost or why I didn’t perform well. I think you have to do that because you need to see why something happened. “And I know the only place you can change it is out on the training field, so you have to work hard there to improve.”
Former manager Roy Evans believes forward Raheem Sterling, 20, is certain to leave Anfield this summer. Evans says the Reds would not have signed five new players if they were not going to receive the money from Sterling’s transfer. (Talksport)
Midfielders Jordan Henderson and Lucas Leiva wore wigs, hats and fake glasses to surprise some of the Reds fans who were shopping in the club shop. (Metro)
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