Benitez: I have no cash for a summer spree

Rafael Benitez does not expect his Liverpool transfer kitty to be adversely affected if his club does not qualify for the Champions League this season – only because he has precious few funds to play with in the first place.

Benitez confirms Liverpool want rid of Riera

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has confirmed the club are looking to offload winger Albert Riera in the next fortnight.

Riera confirms transfer to Russia plans

Liverpool winger Albert Riera has confirmed he hopes to join a Russian club this week.

Outspoken and out the door: Player v manager fall outs

According to reports today, Albert Riera looks to be heading towards the Liverpool exit doors.

Riera set for Liverpool exit

Liverpool have agreed to sell outspoken winger Albert Riera to CSKA Moscow according to reports today.

FA takes no action against Torres over penalty-spot scuff

Liverpool striker escapes second yellow but outspoken winger Riera is on way out

Mascherano moves closer to Liverpool deal

Contract talks with Liverpool midfielder Javier Mascherano are edging closer to a resolution but manager Rafael Benitez accepts there is still a little more work to do.

James Lawton: Liverpool's disunited front proves writing is on the wall for Benitez

Deep-running disaffection can be seen among even the most committed Liverpool players

Bitter enemies with different targets

Games between Manchester United and Liverpool are played for high stakes and there is plenty riding on today's confrontation at Old Trafford. What is different from usual – certainly from a year ago, when Rafa Benitez's team achieved their stunning 4-1 victory on enemy territory – is that the clubs have contrasting targets in mind.

'Drastic change' needed to save Reds, says Nicol

When Steve Nicol says he is "trying not to be too gloomy", it has nothing to do with the threatened player strike casting a cloud over the new MLS season in the United States. Instead the New England Revolution coach is reflecting on the fortunes of his former club, Liverpool.

Benitez bemoans Riera timing

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has admitted he is "disappointed" with Albert Riera's critical comments but does not intend to allow them to become a distraction ahead of Sunday's clash against Manchester United.

Ex-Liverpool star Dietmar Hamann hits out at Albert Riera

Former Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann has launched a withering attack on Reds winger Albert Riera after he went public with his frustration at not getting a game under manager Rafael Benitez.

Ngog stoops to conquer as Liverpool lower their sights

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Late Ngog strike gives Reds advantage

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Flying Kuyt reminds Reds of better days

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