PLAUDITS POUR FOR LIVERPOOL ACE AFTER PERFORMANCES

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold received plaudits from several football pundits after his impressive performance against Aston Villa. Liverpool came from behind to defeat rivals Aston Villa to continue their impressive run in the season. Alexander-Arnold overtook Kevin de Bruyne, in the Premier League key passes chart yesterday. The right-back has …

Peter Crouch is not sure if he is still going to be plying his trade on the Football pitch next summer.

The veteran spent the second half of the 2018-19 season representing Burnley, but he arrived at the Turf Moor only till the conclusion of the season and given that he couldn’t do anything extraordinary during his brief stay at the club, it seems unlikely that they would be interested in …

HOWARD READY FOR CROUCH

Since Tim Howard made his arrival to Everton, he has been a consistent starter for the Premier League club and the current campaign is no different as he is the preferred choice of Roberto Martinez.

Everton went through one of their toughest matches of the season as they travelled to Stamford Bridge in order to play against Chelsea and they suffered a 1-0 loss during the last few seconds of the match. If they could have secured a draw, then Everton could have seen themselves ahead of Manchester United in the Premier League standings.

Tim Howard had his work cut out as he made a number of saves throughout the entire match against Chelsea but at the 93rd minute, John Terry was able to put the ball past the American goalkeeper and despite being able to make 7 saves in the entirety of the encounter, it wasn’t enough for Everton to hold on to the draw.

QPR WANT CROUCH

Peter Crouch is reportedly wanted by the Championship club Queens Park Rangers. Harry Redknapp who is in charge at QPR has already worked with the veteran striker quite a few times in the past and he is interested to do that again.

Crouch who has become 33 years old now has been in fine form at Stoke this season. His league goals’ tally for the season reads 6 and that clearly suggests how well he has played for the Potters.

Crouch is one of those players who have changed clubs frequently during his playing career. He has been active in professional arena for about 15 years and in that period; he has already played for 12 clubs. He doesn’t usually stick to a club for more than a couple of years.

However, he has been at Stoke City since quite some time now. He had landed at the Britannia Stadium in August 2011 and he has already spent 2 and half years there.

CROUCH BACKS SPURS

Tottenham recently sacked Andre Villas-Boas and have replaced Tim Sherwood as the new first-team coach. Stoke city striker Peter Crouch has said that his former club will be able to rediscover the impressive form under the new manager.

Tottenham have been billed as a strong favourite for the top four this season, but a poor run of form in recent weeks has resulted in the club slipping down the table. They recently lost 5-0 at the hands of Liverpool – one of their top four rivals. Crouch is someone who knows Sherwood well and he says that the new manager will be able to get Spurs out of their troubles.