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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool Echo
Stephen Killen

FSG sent Liverpool sale message as Man City point made after Premier League charges

Here are your morning Liverpool headlines for Tuesday, February 7.

FSG need to move fast and complete sale to help Liverpool move on from tough dilemma

It’s crazy the way football can turn around. Everton getting a new manager and beating top of the table Arsenal, and Liverpool getting beat 3-0 on the same day by a team fighting relegation in Wolves.

Things seem to be going from bad to worse, and personally it’s hard to take. But it is what it is, you can’t say it’s a lack of a work rate, because all the players work really hard.

But when you make basic mistakes, and defend like school boys, then you win nothing.

READ MORE: Man City charged with breaking number of Premier League financial rules

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I don’t know what’s wrong with Fabinho, and I can’t understand why Jordan Henderson isn’t starting games. Liverpool had no leaders against Wolves, and he’s a leader and the captain, or maybe even James Milner.

Click here for John Aldridge's thoughts.

What Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has said about Man City as Premier League charges confirmed

Jurgen Klopp was always going to have plenty on his mind as he contends with the fallout of Saturday's dismal defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

But the Liverpool boss will surely have noted with great intrigue the news emanating from the Premier League on Monday morning.

The governing body has charged Manchester City with more than 100 breaches of its financial rules following a four-year investigation. City have been referred to an independent commission over alleged rule breaches between 2009 and 2018, with the Premier League also accusing City of not co-operating since the investigation was launched in December 2018.

City have won six Premier League titles since the takeover in 2008 by the Abu Dhabi Group, of which three saw them narrowly beat Liverpool to the crown.

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