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Jamie Carragher with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

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Liverpool defender will hang up his boots at the end of the season

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Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard is Liverpool's 'greatest ever player' says Jamie Carragher

Liverpool captain receives award from football writers

Michael Appleton

Roy Hodgson advised Michael Appleton to take 'disaster shipwreck' job at Blackburn

England manager had a stint at Ewood Park

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez in action against Stoke

'He is not malicious, it is just his nature': Brendan Rodgers defends Luis Suarez's character

Liverpool manager unhappy about diving admission

Suarez goes down against Stoke at Anfield on 7 October

Luis Suarez's dive against Stoke unacceptable, says Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager pulls no punches after star forward admitted he ‘fell’ to win penalty

Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool want Kenny Dalglish to return

Anfield legend to be offered previous role as club ambassador

Brendan Rodgers will attempt to strengthen his squad in January

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers ready for Bill Shankly turn of his own

Rodgers' struggles reflect those of his most famous predecessor

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The Last Word: Why Hillsborough will mean Liverpool never walk alone

The Anfield club have their detractors, but not when it comes to the search for truth and justice

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Raheem Sterling potential evident early in career says Liverpool first-team coach Mike Marsh

Winger is on the verge of agreeing a new deal with the Reds

<b>May 17 - Kenny Dalglish (Liverpool)</b><br/>
Despite winning the Carling Cup and taking Liverpool to the FA Cup final in his first full season in charge since returning to his role as manager at Anfield, Dalglish had his contract terminated. It would seem Liverpool's league form was what caused owners Fenway Sports Group to act, with the club finishing eighth. Dalglish, who took over from Roy Hodgson in January 2011, was allowed to invest heavily in the team, bringing in Andy Carroll, Stewart Downing, Luis Suarez and Jordan Henderson.

Definition of success has changed claims former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish

Dalglish was sacked by Liverpool's American owners

Andy Carroll and Charlie Adam, both of whom have departed Liverpool

Damien Comolli defends Kenny Dalglish's transfer record at Liverpool

Former director of football says mistakes were always likely to be made during £110m spending spree

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers admits to 'disastrous start' at Liverpool, but thinks his club are on the up

Reds endured worst league start for more than a century

John Terry covers his mouth after his flashpoint with Anton Ferdinand

Kick It Out chairman ready to quit as he accuses Chelsea and Liverpool of a 'morality and leadership' failure

Lord Herman Ouseley critical of handling of John Terry and Luis Suarez racism cases

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