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New-look Liverpool deflated by Larsson

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Jose Enrique to undergo Liverpool medical

Liverpool moved closer to solving their problem at left-back after agreeing a fee with Newcastle for defender Jose Enrique.

Defeat by Villa ends Liverpool Europa hopes

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Dirk Kuyt highlights partnership with Luis Suarez at Liverpool

Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt believes his burgeoning partnership with Luis Suarez has contributed to their recent good run.

Kenny Dalglish impressed with Liverpool players' attitude

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has no intention of allowing his squad to become complacent or lose their competitive edge.

De Jong: City must aim to overtake Arsenal in third

Dutch midfielder insists Roberto Mancini's side have to keep up the pressure to stay in the top four

Spearing urges Liverpool to stay focused in effort to catch Spurs

Liverpool midfielder Jay Spearing insists the players will not allow their focus to be distracted by the lure of catching fifth-placed Tottenham. Last weekend's 5-0 home win over Birmingham, coupled with a draw for Spurs, cut the gap to three points and although Harry Redknapp's side have a match in hand they still have to go to Anfield on the penultimate weekend of the season.

Liverpool defender Fabio Aurelio hopeful of returning this season

Liverpool defender Fabio Aurelio remains hopeful of making his comeback from injury before the end of the season.

Lucas: Liverpool deserve to be higher up in league

Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva believes the team's current league position does not reflect their form under Kenny Dalglish, but he is confident they can finisher higher.

Jamie Carragher optimistic over Liverpool future

Jamie Carragher believes the future is bright for Liverpool as they look to close down Tottenham in the hunt for European qualification.

Kenny Dalglish says Liverpool are 'best club in England'

Kenny Dalglish insists Liverpool remain the "best club in English football, if not world football" despite pushing great rivals Manchester United a step closer to a record 19 domestic championship titles after snatching a dramatic draw with the last kick of yesterday's Barclays Premier League game at Arsenal.

Liverpool deny Arsenal with 102nd-minute penalty

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Agger ruled out for the rest of season

Liverpool's defensive crisis was exacerbated yesterday by news that Daniel Agger will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger out for rest of season

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has had his season ended by a knee injury sustained in last weekend's defeat at West Brom.

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