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A look ahead to tonight's Premier League fixture at the Etihad Stadium

Taxman challenges Premier League over creditor rules

Revenue says the taxpayer is being short-changed

Tactical genius, moi? Dalglish refuses credit for Anfield upturn

Kenny Dalglish insists midfielder Raul Meireles' impressive goalscoring form of late is entirely down to the player's talent and his adaptation to English football.

Jamie Carragher is invaluable to Liverpool says Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes veteran defender Jamie Carragher still has plenty to offer the club.

Marseilles keen to bring back Drogba

Marseilles are expected to make another attempt to sign their former striker Didier Drogba from Chelsea in the summer, offering the 32-year-old a chance to end his career at the club where he is idolised by the supporters.

Fernando Torres admits Liverpool plan surprised Chelsea

Fernando Torres admits his old club Liverpool caught Chelsea by surprise on his debut yesterday.

Fernando Torres will improve vows Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti maintains it is only a matter of time before Chelsea see the best of £50million striker Fernando Torres - and vowed the champions are not about to give up on the title race.

The sporting week ahead (06/02/11)


A sad day but we're stronger without Torres, insists Dalglish

It is a measure of his curious lack of inner belief as a player that Kenny Dalglish never felt that he could have left Anfield in the way that Graeme Souness did, when he departed for Sampdoria in 1984.

Fernando Torres explains Liverpool exit

Fernando Torres today revealed he made up his mind to leave Liverpool midway through the January transfer window, more than a week before Chelsea's bid for him became known.

Fernando Torres was worth £70m says Rafael Benitez

Rafael Benitez has claimed Liverpool could have sold Fernando Torres for £70million during his time in charge.

Robbie Fowler joins Fernando Torres debate

Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has criticised Fernando Torres following his record-breaking move to Chelsea.

David Luiz excited by Fernando Torres link up

David Luiz is itching to line up behind fellow Chelsea new boy Fernando Torres in Sunday's Barclays Premier League game against Liverpool, admitting he feared the pair would be on opposite sides this weekend.

Andy Carroll tells Liverpool fans to 'wait and see' if he's worth £35m

Liverpool's record signing Andy Carroll is not worried by his £35million transfer fee and is confident he can fulfil his potential at Anfield.

Newcastle director Derek Llambias hits back at Alan Shearer criticism

Newcastle manager director Derek Llambias has hit back at Alan Shearer over his criticism of Andy Carroll's sale to Liverpool, claiming he does not care what the club's record goalscorer and former manager has to say.

Fernando Torres targets debut goal against Liverpool

Fernando Torres would have no qualms scoring against Liverpool if he makes his Chelsea debut in Sunday's Barclays Premier League clash against the Reds at Stamford Bridge.

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