Custom Search 1

Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge awarded player of the month

RECOGNISED: Daniel Sturridge, left, and Brendan Rodgers talk tactics (PA)

LIVERPOOL’S PERFECT start to the fledgling Premier League campaign with three wins out of three has seen forward Daniel Sturridge get the Barclays player of the month award.

In addition, the man behind the striker’s three goal-winning performances – Sturridge has bagged the only goals in Liverpool’s three 1-0 wins – Brendan Rodgers was handed manager of the month.

The 24-year-old former Chelsea and Manchester City forward scored a goal in each of Liverpool’s wins over Stoke, Aston Villa and Manchester United, marking the Reds’ best start to a season since 1994-95.

Sturridge withdrew from the England squad for the latest round of World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine, and is considered a doubt for his club’s next match against Swansea on Monday.

Liverpool currently sit top of the table with nine points, two clear of Chelsea.

Last season Rodgers led the Merseyside club to a seventh place finish in the top flight, and fans are expecting a finish in the top four to get Champions League football, while the more ambitious may believe they could even be title contenders.

Subscribe to The Voice database!

We'd like to keep in touch with you regarding our daily newsletter, Voice competitions, promotions and marketing material and to further increase our reach with The Voice readers.

If interested, please click the below button to complete the subscription form.

We will never sell your data and will keep it safe and secure.

For further details visit our privacy policy.

You have the right to withdraw at any time, by clicking 'Unsubscribe'.

Facebook Comments