Sterling should be a starter for England at the World Cup

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From wildchild to wonderkid… a change Liverpool can be proud of

Date: 15th April 2014 at 6:48pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

It’s easy to forget that as recently as this season, Raheem Sterling was on the fringes of the Liverpool team, having failed to build on his promising debut under Kenny Dalglish in 2012. The composure and cunning shown by Sterling for Liverpool’s opener in the 3-2 win against Manchester City on the weekend – outsmarting Vincent Kompany and Joe Hart – was that of a veteran forward who wasn’t about to be shaken by not only the emotion at Anfield on the day, but also the pressure of vying for the Premier League title at this stage ... Read More


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