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A look ahead to Saturday’s Premier League fixture at Anfield

Kuyt spot-kick rescues point for Liverpool

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Controversial penalty denies Dalglish dream start

Manchester United 1 Liverpool 0

Gerrard and Cole ride to Reds' rescue

Liverpool 2 Bolton Wanderers 1: Midfielders come off bench to set up controversial win as Bolton bemoan last-minute misfortune

Last-gasp win gives Hodgson breathing space

Liverpool 2 Bolton 1

Segura sets first-team target for Liverpool youth

Liverpool's academy technical manager Josep Segura is determined to find more young talent for the first team having seen an improvement in the quality of players in his charge.

Thrust into the big time, Pardew and Hodgson go head to head

Newcastle and Liverpool managers succeeded at 'small' clubs but now have to prove themselves on a grander stage

Roy Hodgson happy with Raul Meireles improvement

Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson believes Raul Meireles is now finding his feet in the Barclays Premier League and beginning to make an impact.

Roy Hodgson hails Jose Reina milestone

Manager Roy Hodgson paid tribute to the work of Jose Reina after he became the quickest Liverpool goalkeeper to reach 100 clean sheets in the league.

Houllier forced to endure night of misery on Anfield return

Liverpool 3 Aston Villa 0

Liverpool hands Houllier's Villa side a 3-0 defeat

Liverpool 3 Aston Villa 0

Hodgson puts faith in fringe men

Roy Hodgson has insisted that those younger and fringe players who will feature in tonight's Europa League match away to Steaua Bucharest are not necessarily playing for their Anfield futures. Injuries and rotation will deprive Liverpool of much of their usual spine but Hodgson has said that it would be "too much to ask" were he to tie players' futures to their performances in Romania.

Tottenham show the fight lacking in limp Liverpool

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Liverpool 1

Last-gasp Lennon winner snatches points for Spurs

Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1

Frenchman seeks more bang for Henry's buck

For all the coaching traditionalists who abhor the idea of someone calling the football shots from the boardroom, posterity has assigned Damien Comolli some credibility now that Harry Redknapp is achieving so much with a side containing players signed during the Frenchman's three-year stint at White Hart Lane.

Gold backs Grant but Hammers fans sing a different tune

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