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Firefighters walk across the pitch after Argentina's supporters threw 'chipas' after the announcing of the suspension of the friendly

Floodlight failure blacks out Argentina v Brazil friendly

Argentina's friendly against Brazil was abandoned before kick-off last night due to a floodlight failure at the Centenario stadium in the northern city of Resistencia.

Jordan Henderson: The 21-year-old midfielder has 'an incredible attitude', claims Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy ponders Cardiff City return as Jordan Henderson is backed by Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool's Craig Bellamy is giving deep consideration to a move away from Liverpool, with Cardiff City wanting to take him back.

Messi celebrates his first hat-trick

Lionel Messi revels in first hat-trick for Argentina

Lionel Messi has long had to contend with the criticism that he saves his best for Barcelona but his first hat-trick for Argentina proved a perfect riposte against those who doubted his international credentials.

Andy Carroll has failed to live up to his £35m price tag

Kenny Dalglish wants Liverpool to find clinical edge

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish accepts his side need to sharpen up in front of goal to stand any chance of success this season.

Gerrard made his first appearance since October

Dalglish welcomes return of Gerrard

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes Steven Gerrard is fitter than he has been for some time and is keen to get his captain back up to speed as quickly as possible.

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Jamie Carragher hopes to feature against Chelsea

Jamie Carragher targeting Wembley debut for Liverpool

Jamie Carragher is determined to make his Wembley debut for Liverpool in the Carling Cup final.

Liverpool crush Bolton to move top of table

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Kenny Dalglish hails Liverpool attitude after Exeter win

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish hailed the attitude of his players after they gave him his 200th win in charge of the Reds by seeing off League One Exeter in the Carling Cup second round.

Dalglish's attacking riches and intent prove too much for Exeter

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Dalglish says owner is wrong: Liverpool can win the title

But love-in quickly resumes as manager insists Henry is best proprietor in League

Charlie Adam makes Liverpool debut in narrow victory

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Rodriguez cries out for Argentina return

Liverpool winger Maxi Rodriguez could be on his way back to Argentina after admitting he has always wanted to return to his boyhood club, Newell's Old Boys.

Liverpool midfielder Maxi Rodriguez wants return to Argentina

Liverpool winger Maxi Rodriguez could be on his way back to Argentina after admitting he has always wanted to return to boyhood club Newell's Old Boys.

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