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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.

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

Own-goal gives Reds the edge at Tynecastle

Hearts 0 Liverpool 1

Stewart Downing scored the winner for Liverpool last night

Jamie Carragher delighted to see winning start for Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Jamie Carragher insists launching Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool reign on a triumphant note was more critical than reaching his own special milestone.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher 'vital' to Liverpool says manager Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes captain Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher have a vital role to play in the club's future.

Roy Hodgson enjoyed spells as a manager with Inter and Udinese

Manager on the spot over penalty worries

Resilient team must be mentally strong if Sunday ends in a shoot-out, writes Sam Wallace

Steven Gerrard faces the media alongside England manager Roy Hodgson in Donetsk last night

Momentum with England at Euro 2012 as Roy Hodgson goes on attack

Walcott gamble shows manager is happy to take risk – while hostile atmosphere in Ukraine tonight will spur Gerrard on

Dalglish fell short of the owner's expectations

Carragher says Liverpool must be patient in pursuit of Premier League title

Jamie Carragher has told Liverpool’s fans and owners that whoever replaces Kenny Dalglish the club are in no position to challenge for the Premier league title.

Chelsea were beaten 4-1 by Liverpool

Roberto Di Matteo blames season of failure for Chelsea missing out on top four

Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo insists their failure to qualify for the Champions League via the top four cannot be blamed on last night's 4-1 defeat at Liverpool.

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher says rivalry with Chelsea still exists

Defender Jamie Carragher thinks the intensity of the rivalry between Liverpool and Chelsea has faded slightly in recent years but that will not prevent a fierce FA Cup final battle tomorrow.

Some were surprised that Kenny Dalglish did not offer his resignation when the Damien Comolli decision was handed down

Cups marginalised by 'obsession' with Premier League says Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes an "obsession" with the Barclays Premier League appears to be reducing the value of winning cup competitions.

Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson and captain Steven Gerrard at the club's training ground yesterday

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard gives Roy Hodgson his backing

England midfielder Steven Gerrard believes Roy Hodgson took the Liverpool manager's job at the wrong time but has given the 64-year-old his full backing as national team boss.

Martin Skrtel (right) congratulates Liverpool team-mate Andy Carroll after his late winner

Jamie Carragher says Liverpool striker Andy Carroll should not be judged on transfer fee

Veteran Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher insists club-record signing Andy Carroll should not be judged on his transfer fee.

Steven Gerrard shows his frustration after missing

Liverpool suffer shock home defeat to Wigan

Liverpool 1 Wigan 2

Craig Bellamy said the top four should be the aim for Liverpool

Anfield sobers up after cup elation

Players in realistic mood following Wembley win and quick to suggest season is far from over

Liverpool progress as Brighton self-destruct

Liverpool 6 Brighton 1

Harry Redknapp has been told that Marseilles' Loïc Rémy will not be joining Spurs this month

Marseilles tell Redknapp that striker Rémy is not for sale

Harry Redknapp was told by the Marseilles president, Vincent Labrune, that Loïc Rémy will not be allowed to leave the club this month when the Tottenham manager attended the club's home game against Lille on Sunday night.Redknapp was treated warmly by the French club and invited into Labrune's personal suite to watch the game but was left in no doubt that a move for the player was not an option this transfer window. Labrune told Redknapp that the club's supporters would never forgive him if he sanctioned the sale of the player, who scored both Marseilles' goals in Sunday's 2-0 win.

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