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Bouncebackability: a word coined by Iain Dowie when Crystal Palace manager in 2004 and six syllables that are drummed into every team after they have tumbled out of the Premier League. Do not sulk, do not feel sorry for yourselves, do not simply fade away in the Championship. Get back there... and straight away.

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The defender has never lifted the trophy

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England captain has signed a new deal to keep him at Anfield

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard welcomes Anfield redevelopment

Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard has given his backing to the club's decision to redevelop Anfield rather than building a new stadium in Stanley Park.

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Liverpool have confirmed they intend to remain at Anfield and redevelop the ground rather than build a new stadium on nearby Stanley Park.

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Liverpool reveal plans to redevelop Anfield into 60,000 seat stadium

Liverpool have formally declared their preference to redevelop their existing home, Anfield, rather than build a new stadium elsewhere.

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Steven Gerrard confident of producing more inspirational displays for Liverpool

Captain Steven Gerrard is confident he can go on producing inspirational displays for Liverpool for some time to come.

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A gunman and a police officer were among three people killed today in a shooting near a Texas university campus, police said.

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