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Liverpool have approached Jurgen Klopp's representatives about his availability to replace Brendan Rodgers at Anfield.
The popular German manager has been out of football since stepping down from his position at Dortmund at the end of last season.
It's thought a move to England and Liverpool appeals to Klopp even though the two parties are nowhere near striking a deal just yet.
Klopp would be prove a popular appointment with Liverpool's fans after guiding Dortmund from the Bundesliga's lower reaches in 2008 to consecutive league titles and the Champions League final in 2013.
Chelsea have released a statement backing Jose Mourinho to turn their season around after another damaging Premier League defeat.
Saturday's 3-1 reverse at home to Southampton left the champions languishing in 16th spot, ten points behind Man City after just eight matches.
During an emotional and lengthy post-match interview, Mourinho made it clear he would only resign when Chelsea's first team squad lose his trust.
Boldly claiming the club would be sacking "their best ever manager" if he gets the boot, Mourinho's comments were seen as a direct challenge to Chelsea's hierarchy for a public show of support.
In an unusual step certain to be interpreted by many as 'the dreaded vote of confidence' which often precedes a managerial casualty, Chelsea released the following statement this afternoon:
The club wants to make it clear that Jose continues to have our full support.
As Jose has said himself, results have not been good enough and the team's performances must improve. However, we believe that we have the right manager to turn this season around and that he has the squad with which to do it.
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Graham Dorrans has been called into the Scotland squad for the European Championship qualifiers against Poland and Gibraltar.
The Scottish Football Association confirmed on its Twitter account that the Norwich midfielder had come in to Gordon Strachan's squad ahead of the Hampden clash with Poland on Thursday.
He replaces Wolves midfielder Kevin McDonald, who pulled out on Sunday with a lower back injury.
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Jamie Carragher has accused Liverpool of "becoming Tottenham" in the wake of Brendan Rodgers' dismissal.
The Anfield legend was working on Sky Sports in his role as a Premier League pundit when news broke that Liverpool had ended Rodgers' tenure with immediate effect.
Speaking about his former club's lack of success over the past decade, Carragher said:
Liverpool have won one Carling Cup in 10 years. Liverpool are becoming Tottenham. They think they are a big club but the real big clubs are not too worried about them. That is the situation for Liverpool. I’m not just blaming Brendan Rodgers, it was the situation when I was there.