COLE RECOVERING WELL

The manager of Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers, has said that Joe Cole is recovering well from his hamstring injury and he is expected to make a comeback pretty soon. Cole had featured in Liverpool’s opening match of the Premier League against West Bromwich Albion on 18th of August.

COLE HAS FRESH START

Liverpool midfielder Joe Cole has said that he is confident that he can to make his Liverpool career a successful one under the new manager Brendan Rodgers.

The future of the 30-year-old at Anfield was in major doubt after he was sent out on a loan deal to the French club Lille last season. He started his Anfield career in the worst possible fashion with a red card in his debut. Since then, things have never been good for the former Chelsea midfielder, who was a free agent. However, the club have been finding it difficult to sell the midfielder due to his £ 90,000 per week contract.

COLE WANTS TO STAY WITH LILLE

Former Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole has said that he wants to stay with French club Lille beyond the end of the season. The midfielder is currently on loan at the French club from Liverpool after failing to impress at Merseyside in his first season.

COLE BACKS MOURINHO RETURN

Former Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole has said that José Mourinho would be the perfect man to manage at Chelsea this time around as well. José Mourinho left Chelsea after falling out with the owner back in 2007, but he is still regarded in high esteem by the fans and the players at the club.

NEW START FOR COLE

Joe Cole’s decision to move out of the English League championship was followed by the fact that he will be moving out of Liverpool to join Lille on a loan.

This West Ham United captain does hope to bring about a lot of changes to Lille with his performance. Liverpool was probably not quite the platform Joe was looking for.

He might have started off on a good note with the club and had amazing array of skills, but eventually due to ailments and numerous penalty misses and other related reasons, he was made to sit on the bench for the majority of the appearances in the last season.