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Midfielder scores on his final appearance at Stamford Bridge but draw ends hopes of Champions League qualification

Daniel Sturridge has been as prolific in video games as he has been in the real world

Daniel Sturridge leads the charts with 34 million goals this season...on Fifa 14

Liverpool striker is the most scored with Premier League player in the game

Housing boom squeezing businesses out of London's West End

London's housing boom is pushing businesses out of the West End, a leading commercial property advisor has warned.

As many as 100 independent schools could join the state sector within a decade as free schools or academies

15 changed over so far, but many more could follow, says Lord Adonis

Sebastian Coates in action for Uruguay

Transfer news: Liverpool defender Sebastian Coates to re-join former club Nacional

The Uruguayan will go on loan in a bid to be fit in time for the World Cup

Stephen Bunting celebrates winning the BDO World Championships Final

Darts: Top seed Stephen Bunting claims maiden world title

Top seed Stephen Bunting defeated Alan Norris 7-4 to be crowned BDO World Darts champion at Lakeside on Sunday night.

Roger Phillips accused the Prime Minister of being out of touch about the impact of government austerity measures have on Liverpool

David Cameron is 'so out of touch it’s untrue', says BBC Radio Merseyside presenter Roger Phillips

Prime Minister accused of being unaware of the impact of government austerity measures on the city

Alvaro Morata – The goal poacher extraordinaire who is interesting Arsenal

Transfer news round-up: Arsenal's Morata bid knocked back; Moyes handed Manchester United war chest; Chelsea miss out on Guarin

Today's biggest transfer stories as clubs hurry to get business done early

File Image: A man lost part of his ear and finger after being shot with what is believed to have been a crossbow

Man loses part of ear and finger in 'horrendous' crossbow attack

The Liverpool man, believed to be in his 20s, was 'subjected to a sustained assault' with what is believed to have been a crossbow, police have said

Jose Mourinho

Arsenal v Chelsea: Jose Mourinho does not regret his 'voyeur' comment about Arsene Wenger

The Blues manager says it was a 'football fallout' rather than anything personal

A major review of the industry launched after the Rochdale child-grooming scandal has revealed that 63 privately owned children’s care homes across the country did not meet the Government’s minimum standards (picture posed by model)

Rochdale sex abuse cases could have been prevented 'if teams had acted earlier on danger signs'

The latest in a series of damning reports concludes that early intervention would have saved the teenage girls from repeated attacks

Luis Suarez craves plaudits, like so many in the strikers' union

Luis Suarez signs new contract: The Liverpool striker by numbers

The Uruguay has agreed a new deal at Anfield

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring against Tottenham

Luis Suarez: Liverpool striker ends exit speculation by signing 'long-term' contract

The Uruguay international pushed for a move away over the summer

Vincent Tan and Malky Mackay

Who could replace Malky Mackay as manager of Cardiff City?

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Yilmaz Vural and Dave Jones among those linked

End of an era as Liverpool Post publishes last edition

A combination of falling advertising revenue and declining readership, mixed with the digital revolution led to paper's closure

Transfer news: Real Madrid to bid for Luis Suarez despite Liverpool opening contract talks - reports

Spanish giants set to try and lure Uruguayan away in the summer

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