Sport Referee Mark Clattenburg

Mark Clattenburg will referee an Everton match at Goodison Park tomorrow for the first time in six years when he is in charge for the visit of Southampton.

Jose Mourinho addresses the media at his first press conference since being reinstated as Chelsea manager

Premier League fixtures: Jose Mourinho welcomes home start for Chelsea

The returning manager starts life at Stamford Bridge against Hull City

Martin Skrtel

Martin Skrtel future to be decided as agent jets in for crunch talks with Liverpool

The defender has been linked with a move away

Liverpool and Tottenham 'target' Toby Alderweireld keen on switch to Premier League

The Ajax defender has been linked with a few clubs

Kolo Touré has been at City since 2009

Liverpool swoop for Manchester City defender Kolo Toure

Brendan Rodgers eager to conclude transfer business early

Kolo Toure looks set to join Liverpool on a free transfer after his contract expires with Manchester City

Liverpool to sign Kolo Toure from Manchester City

Liverpool have agreed a deal in principle to sign Manchester City defender Kolo Toure.

Kolo Toure looks set to join Liverpool on a free transfer after his contract expires with Manchester City

Liverpool want Manchester City's Kolo Toure to fill void left by Jamie Carragher's retirement

Brendan Rodger's moves quickly to replace retired centre-back with signing of Ivorian International Toure

QPR striker Loic Remy

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Adieu: After 13 years at Plymouth, working without pay and fighting cancer, Romain Larrieu has been sacked
Jamie Carragher: Not as moody as Roy Keane or as eager to please as Gareth Southgate

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher hopes to remembered as a 'decent lad who had a go'

The Reds veteran will be playing his last game on Sunday

Jamie Carragher on his biggest regret: 'I wish I'd won the league with Liverpool'

Defender retires after match against QPR on Sunday

Hat-trick hero Daniel Sturidge scores against Fulham in Liverpool's 3-1 win at Craven Cottage

Fulham 1 Liverpool 3 match report: Daniel Sturridge flies the Liverpool flag for jolly Rodgers with hat-trick

Hat-trick from striker Sturridge saw Liverpool overturn a one goal deficit and secure three points for Brendan Rodgers' side

<b>Long, long shot </b><br/>
Liverpool central defender <b>Daniel Agger</b> has been linked with a move to Manchester City for some time now, and a move before the end of the week is not beyond the realms of possibility. However, the Dane has expressed that he is happy at the Merseyside club so it is becoming increasingly unlikely that a deal to lure him down the East Lancashire Road will be struck between the clubs.

Daniel Agger pledges commitment to Liverpool with Jamie Carragher on verge of retirement

Centre-back happy to shoulder greater responsibility

Martin Skrtel

Martin Skrtel can replace Jamie Carragher says Jose Enrique

The vice-captain is retiring at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher: Not as moody as Roy Keane or as eager to please as Gareth Southgate

Jamie Carragher confident he will retire with Liverpool in a strong position

The vice-captain will stop playing in a few weeks

Sylvain Distin's goal is ruled out after a foul on Jose Reina by Everton's Victor Anichebe

Liverpool 0 Everton 0 match report: A fight with no bite as toothless derby rivals draw blank

Derby fails to live up to its billing as rivals play out a goalless draw at Anfield

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