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20-year-old Flanagan has started the last four matches on the opposite flank to his natural position but he hopes he can impress enough to stay there with Jose Enrique out injured until February

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Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson believes his decision to play a less experienced side in the Europa League is starting to pay off.

Liverpool look to Wilson to fill Carragher void

Liverpool's 18-year-old Scotland international defender Danny Wilson will be given an immediate chance to demonstrate to Roy Hodgson that he can help fill the gap created by Jamie Carragher's three-month absence, when he starts tomorrow's Europa League match against Steaua Bucharest.

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Hodgson expects summer signings to shine

Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson has backed his summer signings to come good in the same way midfielder Lucas Leiva has emerged as a key performer this season.

Stalemate as Liverpool disappoint again

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Bitter Benitez flings the insults at Anfield board

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New ankle problem for Aquilani

Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani has been ruled out of tomorrow's Europa League quarter-final first leg clash with Benfica.

Liverpool confirm Skrtel foot break

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has suffered another injury blow after it was confirmed defender Martin Skrtel has broken his foot.

Johnson out for a month

Liverpool defender Glen Johnson has been ruled out for at least a month with a knee injury.

Benitez ponders Torres and Gerrard surgery

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez will not rush to decide whether Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard should have operations.

Benitez hoping for injury lift

Rafael Benitez will assess the condition of his walking wounded today before flying to France for the crunch Champions League clash with Lyon.

Liverpool injuries add to pressure on Benitez

Gerrard and Torres head casualty list as manager struggles to plan for key Champions League tie in Lyons
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