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Closes: May 27 2015, 7:45 pm

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Rodgers future in doubt at Liverpool

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted his future at Anfield is no longer guaranteed another Premiership defeat which leaves the team 12th place and trailing league leaders Chelsea by 18 points.

After losing 3-1 at Crystal Palace, he said: “I’m not arrogant enough to think I am safe from anything.”  The Liverpool board will not be panicked, but there are bound to be question marks about the manager’s future, especially with Champions League football next season looking out of reach.  After four league games without a win, Rodgers admits the buck stops with him.

He said: “I have great communication with the owners. We’ve been honest enough with each other and we have to get results.  You have to perform.  Owners, directors, chairmen have to see development on the field.  Barring this period, our development has been good and fast. But there’s no doubt you have to get results.”

 Chelsea to sign Seamus Coleman – report

Chelsea  are preparing a £20m summer move to Everton’s Republic of Ireland fullback Seamus Coleman.

Everton boss Robert Martinez has already declared Coleman, a £60,000 signing from Sligo Rovers in 2009, was one of the finest defenders in the Premier League and Jose Mourinho is on the case, according to reports on Merseyside.  Goodison Park may be resigned to losing him, although Chelsea have their eye on two other potential signings.

Barcelona’s Martin Montoya and Rochdale’s Rhys Bennett, both aged 23, have been watched by Stamford Bridge based scouts, but Coleman is the player they are really after, it seems.

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"Glasgow just got too much" – Neil Lennon

Neil Lennon has revealed how he was emotionally and physically drained when he quit Celtic at the end of last season.

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Republic Fans Demand Answers Over Ticketing Fiasco

The rift between the FAI and Republic of Ireland supporters has deepened after protest banners and flags were confiscated during the friendly against the USA at the Aviva Stadium.

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Northern Ireland disappoint in Bucharest but France still within sight.

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Northern Ireland went down to a disappointing 2-0 defeat in Bucharest but still remain with more than a fighting chance of qualifying for the Euro 2016 finals in France.

They held out for almost 75 minutes against a classy Romanian side, but the writing was on the wall from early on and Papp’s goal into the top left hand corner from inside the penalty area signalled the end of their unbeaten run. He scored a second five minutes later.

It was a hugely disappointing Northern Ireland performance, especially with Greece losing sensationally at home to the Faroe Islands and Hungary defeating Finland 1-0 – two teams which they’ve beaten.

Michael O’Neill’s team could have been two down by half time as the defence struggled to cope with a livewire attacking formation. Goalkeeper Roy Carroll gasped in disbelief as one shot rebounded off the bar and then later Chris Baird headed clear in a frantic scramble when a goal looked certain.

But the Romanians also lived dangerously during the first 45. Chris Brunt’s angled shot went inches wide and then Kyle Lafferty, by far the best player wearing the new green shirts on the night, cut in from the right, and instead of passing to the unmarked Niall McGinn, hit the ball wide.

At some stages the Northern Ireland defence looked completely out of sorts, especially Ryan McGivern, frequently kicking the ball clear in sheer panic time as Romania pushed forward. It was grim, back to the walls stuff. Conor McLaughlin stood out, but it was desperation tactics and must have been painful for manager Michael O’Neill and the travelling 1,000 fans, to watch.

A Romanian win always looked inevitable and were easily the best of the four teams Northern Ireland played in Group F. They go one point clear at the top, but Northern Ireland in France in 2016 is still very much on the cards.

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