Sport Andrei Yarmolenko celebrates scoring Ukraine's winner

Ukraine kept up the pressure on England at the top of Group H but also ensured Roy Hodgson’s side will face an eliminated team on Tuesday when they beat Poland 1-0 in Kiev last night.

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Alberto Aquilani's time at Liverpool is finally over after the Reds confirmed the midfielder had completed a permanent transfer to Fiorentina.

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Liverpool lose to Roma at Fenway Park in pre-season friendly

Charlie Adam scored what proved to be a consolation as Liverpool lost 2-1 to Roma in a pre-season friendly at Fenway Park in Boston.

Craig Bellamy celebrates his semi-final goal

Return home on the cards for Bellamy

Liverpool's Craig Bellamy is giving deep consideration to a move away from Anfield, with Cardiff City wanting to take him back.

Brendan Rodgers' first job will be to assess the squad he has inherited

Liverpool move closer to recruiting Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool are in the process of tying up loose ends on a deal with Swansea which will allow Brendan Rodgers to be officially confirmed as their new manager.

Van Persie’s duff chip proves decisive as heroic Arsenal beat Milan 3-0 but still go out of Champions League

Wenger rage at referee as Arsenal fall just short

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Lucas Leiva has played a pivotal role in Liverpool's midfield this term

Lucas Leiva injury will test Liverpool admits Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish admits the club will be tested by the absence of injured midfielder Lucas Leiva.

Lionel Messi's perfect pass set up Xavi for Barcelona's winner

Champions League round-up: Messi is magic in Milan to put Barça on top

Xavi got Barcelona's winner as they triumphed 3-2 over Milan in a pulsating game at San Siro last night which ensured the Champions League holders top their group.

AC Milan confirm Alberto Aquilani loan deal

AC Milan have confirmed that Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani has joined the club on loan until next summer, with an option to extend his stay until June 2014.

Kenny Dalglish 'happy' with Liverpool's start to season

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has declared himself "happy" with his team's start to the season ahead of tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash with Bolton at Anfield.

Alberto Aquilani completes loan move to AC Milan

Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani will return to Italy with AC Milan for the rest of the season after agreeing a loan move to the San Siro.

Alberto Aquilani agent hopeful of AC Milan switch

The agent of Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani hopes to complete his client's transfer to AC Milan as soon as possible.

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