Three Liverpool stars up for PFA Player of the Year award but Terry snubbed

Liverpool's Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have all been named on the six-man shortlist for PFA Player of the Year.



Young West Ham striker Dylan Tombides has died following a three-year battle with testicular cancer.


John Terry will be forced to take a substantial pay cut if he wishes to stay at Chelsea – and the rest of today’s news from the papers.


Juan Mata says Manchester United will compete for 'every trophy' again after they have done their transfer business in the summer.


Arsene Wenger hopes Mesut Ozil will step up to another level in 2015 and could be player of the season.


Tottenham got a world-record fee for Gareth Bale but head coach Tim Sherwood cannot help feeling they were short-changed.


Brendan Rodgers is taking inspiration from the Hillsborough families as Liverpool enter the final weeks of their title pursuit.


Barcelona will be without Neymar and Jordi Alba after both players were ruled out for the remainder of the club season.


John Terry will hopefully complete terms on a newcontract "amicably" in the near future, according to Chelsea'a assistant coach.


Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says Daniel Sturridge is struggling to be fit in time to face Norwich but he should be back soon.


Rickie Lambert admits he faces a four-game face-off with West Ham's Andy Carroll to secure a place in England's World Cup squad.


Roberto Martinez has no doubt Everton fans will find the right balance when David Moyes makes his first return to Goodison Park.


Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has signed a contract extension that should see him end his career at Goodison Park.


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Gareth Bale has been hailed by his manager and his team-mates after his stunning goal beat Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final.


Mattia Destro will miss Roma's game at Fiorentina on Saturday after his appeal against a three-match ban was dismissed.


Manuel Pellegrini conceded that Manchester City's title hopes have suffered a serious blow after they were held by Sunderland.


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