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Benitez must stop burning his bridges

As a studious, analytical man out of work for almost two years, one thing Rafa Benitez should have worked out by now is that it is not a wise move for a coach in any country to take on the owners of the football club.

Luis Suarez celebrates scoring for Liverpool

Liverpool chairman Tom Werner rules out sale of Luis Suarez

The Uruguay forward has been linked with a big-money move to Manchester City

Suarez is not expected to be sanctioned for his tackle on Jones

Free-scoring Luis Suarez to escape punishment

Luis Suarez will be free to continue to spearhead Liverpool's push for the top four despite his ugly clash with the Wigan midfielder David Jones. The FA does not expect to act retrospectively against the Uruguayan despite strong protests from Roberto Martinez, the Wigan manager, that he had stamped on Jones.

I should not have played against Chelsea, says Daniel Agger

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger admits he should have rested a groin problem against Chelsea at the weekend but played because of illness to Martin Skrtel.

I was right to quit Liverpool for Fulham, says Alexander Kacaniklic

Sweden winger Alexander Kacaniklic claims he made the right decision to quit Liverpool for Fulham at the start of the Roy Hodgson era, ahead of tomorrow's friendly international with England at the Friends Arena.

James Lawton: Liverpool start to look more than a one-man band as Brendan Rodgers calls classic tune

Suddenly they had more than Suarez to conjure a little belief in a brighter future

Luis Suarez heads in the equaliser against Chelsea
Liverpool midfielder Joe Cole

Last chance to impress? Joe Cole starts for Liverpool against Anzhi Makhachkala

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Interestingly enough, there have been quiet mutters that <b>Stewart Downing </b>could return to Villa Park after just a season at Anfield, most likely as a loan move. After forming a superb understanding with Bent in the second-half of the 2010/2011 season, he could provide Villa with some much-needed width. Whether fans would welcome him back after his £18m move last summer remains to be seen.

Liverpool set to make changes for Capital One Cup tie against Swansea

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will make a number of changes for the visit of former club Swansea in the Capital One Cup.

Jose Reina pictured training with Spain

Liverpool continue to monitor Jose Reina ahead of Everton clash

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will continue to monitor the condition of goalkeeper Jose Reina ahead of Sunday's Barclays Premier League derby clash with Everton at Goodison Park.

El-Hadji Diouf and Steven Gerrard clash in 2010

El-Hadji Diouf: 'Nobody can stand Steven Gerrard at Liverpool'

El-Hadji Diouf has launched a stinging attack on Steven Gerrard, a player he failed to see eye-to-eye with when the pair played together at Liverpool.

Jose Reina pictured training with Spain

Jose Reina doubtful for Liverpool ahead of Reading match

Goalkeeper Jose Reina faces a late fitness test on a minor hamstring problem sustained on international duty with Spain prior to tomorrow's Barclays Premier League visit of Reading.

Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey

Jonjo Shelvey available for Liverpool's Europa League tie against Udinese

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will be able to call on midfielder Jonjo Shelvey for tomorrow night's Europa League clash with Udinese at Anfield.

Romelu Lukaku shoots past Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher

Nuri Sahin shows Liverpool a way forward against West Brom

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Fabio Borini wheels away in delight after Andy Webster's own-goal gave Liverpool the lead

Liverpool close in on Sahin after nervy win over Hearts

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