- Date of Birth: 24 April 1976
- Birthplace: Limerick, Republic of Ireland
- Position: Defender, Full back, Right back
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Defender Steve Finnan has told colleagues at Portsmouth that he will be looking to quit Fratton Park as soon as possible. It is believed QPR and Fulham are interested in the player.
Portsmouth boss Paul Hart has revealed he expects to draft in six new signings on the south coast with the season less than three weeks away. And Hart, who only last week signed a permanent contract, hopes to have at least one new signing in place before the squad leave for their pre season training camp in midweek.
Hull City boss Phil Brown is chasing Espanyol defender Steve Finnan. It is believed that Hull are to give the Irishman an opportunity to quit the club in the coming weeks.
Former Liverpool defender Steve Finnan has admitted his move to Espanyol left him a little bit surprised. The Irish full back admitted it was an exciting prospect for him.
Liverpool defender Steve Finnan is reportedly a target for Aston Villa and Martin O'Neill. The Irish international has apparently been told he will be allowed to leave the club this summer.
Fulham are reportedly considering a move for former fan favorite Steve Finnan after news reports revealed that the Irish defender could be set for the exit door at Liverpool this summer.
Steven Gerrard will be ready to take on Chelsea in the Champions League semi final for Liverpool. Rafa Benitez confirmed that although he is still suffering, he is likely to be ready for Tuesday's crunch match.
A surprise win for Everton at Anfield today could see the Toffees leapfrog Liverpool into a Champions League qualification berth. The 178th Merseyside derby will be a cracker; with Liverpool desperate to protect their record of 12 seasons out of 13 in the top four in the league.
Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has revealed that he has already completed the signings of three of his summer transfer targets. The Spanish coach has been keen to make sure the Liverpool owners allow him to make moves in the market.
Inter Milan host Liverpool who already hold a 2-0 lead from the first-leg at Anfield two weeks ago in the Champions League. A place in the quarter final is up for grabs, and Roberto Mancini is ready for the second leg, whilst Rafa Benitez will be hoping dynamic duo Torres and Gerrard will be firing on all cylinders.
As Man Utd dropped 3 points against Man City today, a window has opened for Chelsea to move closer to the 2nd spot in the Premiership. Liverpool take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, with Rafa Benitez desperate for Champions League football. Here are the line ups. Match Preview.
Liverpool hopes of a resurrecting their Premiership challenge appear to be over after losing 1-0 to West Ham at Upton Park. Mark Noble's penalty was enough to finish off the Reds.
Liverpool survived a potential FA Cup shock, as Havant and Waterlooville took the lead early on at Anfield but ended up losing 5-2. It would've been a typical FA Cup fairytale, but it just wasn't to be, and Liverpool head into the fifth round. Liverpool fought back from being behind twice.
Fernando Torres rescued Liverpool a point against Middlesbrough at the Riverside - but surely Liverpool's Premiership ambitions must now be all over. George Boateng gave Boro the early lead.
Alvaro Arbeloa has praised his Liverpool teammate Steve Finnan for his recent consistent performances. The Spaniard has labelled Finnan 'fantastic' and hopes to be able to learn from the fellow Liverpool full back.
Liverpool face the proposition of Portsmouth at Anfield on Saturday, with Liverpool desperate to turn around an embarassing run of form with defeats against Reading, Man Utd and Chelsea. Portsmouth have been one of the Premiership's most improved sides and are looking for three huge points today.
Rafa Benitez has called on his Liverpool side to step up to the challenge he is demanding of them and to add to their fantastic tally of 21 goals and only 1 conceded in the last five games. Liverpool will be hoping to stay in touch with Arsenal at the top whilst both teams are undefeated.
Rafa Benitez has approached the talk of a Liverpool title challenge with much caution after several were talking up their chances of mounting a serious Premiership challenge. The 4-0 home victory over Bolton was their fifth win on the spin and keeps them in touch of the top.
Liverpool hung on for a 1-1 draw at the Estadio do Dragao against an excellent attacking Porto side. Rafa Benitez's side were well below their best and were on the back foot from the off as Porto looked a very dangerous proposition for the Reds.