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Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is hopeful midfielder Charlie Adam could play again before the end of the season.

Craig Bellamy said the top four should be the aim for Liverpool

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There was much deliberation in the North-east yesterday morning – ironically at Sunderland's Academy of Light before Martin O'Neill's press briefing – about how many forwards Shola Ameobi had seen off in his 11 years at Newcastle.

Andy Carroll has failed to live up to his £35m price tag

Kenny Dalglish says Liverpool must be more decisive in front of goal

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has called on his players to be more decisive in the final third if they are to solve their goalscoring issues.

Liverpool players pay their respects to Gary Speed

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Norway find motivation for Wales friendly difficult

Captain Brede Hangeland admits that some of his squad have found it difficult to motivate themselves ahead of tomorrow's friendly against Wales after their Euro 2012 qualifying bid ended in bitter disappointment.

Steven Gerrard delighted with return of Craig Bellamy to Liverpool

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits he never wanted Craig Bellamy to leave Anfield and is pleased the striker has returned for a second spell.

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