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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.

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

Redknapp told Rémy is not for sale

The Spurs manager sees his French target score twice but must now look elsewhere for new striker

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Steven Gerrard targets another Liverpool contract extension

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is targeting another contract at Anfield despite only just signing an extension.

Martin Skrtel fouls Edin Dzeko at the Etihad last week when he gave away a penalty and was troubled by Sergio Aguero

Skrtel out to banish the ghosts of past City horror shows

Liverpool defender has struggled at Etihad before but is in form of his life ahead of Carling Cup semi-final, writes Ian Herbert

Martin Skrtel fouls Edin Dzeko at the Etihad last week when he gave away a penalty and was troubled by Sergio Aguero

Skrtel out to banish ghosts of past City horror shows

The Liverpool defender has struggled at the Etihad before but he's in the form of his life as the club's meet in tonight's Carling Cup semi-final

Martin Atkinson sends off Jack Rodwell in the Merseyside derby

Moyes reunited with his refereeing bêtes noires

David Moyes could be forgiven a wry smile at the refereeing appointments for his Everton side's two fixtures this week, with fate – or at least the refereeing body the Professional Game Match Officials Limited – providing him with successive reunions with his two bêtes noires.

Kenny Dalglish: The Liverpool manager's tone was softer yesterday when discussing the Suarez case

Kenny Dalglish refuses to change Liverpool style

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has not been tempted to try something out of the ordinary in an attempt to rouse his side from their goalscoring slumbers.

Pulis denied the charge and requested a personal hearing

Tony Pulis fined £10,000 by FA

Stoke manager Tony Pulis is considering an appeal against his £10,000 fine imposed for comments made about referee Lee Probert last month.

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Liverpool crush Bolton to move top of table

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Dalglish cashes in on Arsenal's inexperience

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Steven Gerrard cannot be written off says Jamie Carragher

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has warned critics not to write off Steven Gerrard.

Liverpool players, including Alberto Aquilani, return to training

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard and £35million record signing Andy Carroll both returned to pre-season training alongside one player who was back at Melwood for the first time in almost a year.

Jamie Carragher predicts more Liverpool signings

Liverpool vice-captain Jamie Carragher believes the club's transfer activity is set to pick up and expects to see more young talent arrive at Anfield in the coming weeks.

England players 'fear press more than Capello'

English players are constrained by fear when they play for the national side and are more interested in impressing the media than the manager, according to the Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher.

Carragher admits England fear factor for players

Former England defender Jamie Carragher admits players suffer from a fear factor when they are playing for the national team.

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