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Premier League beats Serie A to take the honours for most World Cup players

England's multicultural top flight will be best represented when the action starts in South Africa

Belief returning to Liverpool says Gerrard

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits the absence of injured striker Fernando Torres damaged belief within the squad but the prospect of a Europa League final and snatching fourth place in the Barclays Premier League has lifted spirits.

Liverpool remain in Champions League contention says Benitez

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez still believes the race for fourth place will go right to the wire and so was pleased his side's 4-0 victory at Burnley improved their goal difference significantly.

Stand-in Ngog stirs Liverpool to leave Zola's side on the brink

Liverpool 3 West Ham 0: Torres' absence makes little difference as Reds' new chairman watches a straightforward victory at a muted Anfield

Fourth may be beyond Liverpool admits Benitez

Liverpool remain determined to finish the season strongly despite all but admitting defeat in their Champions League chase.

Liverpool's fourth place hopes fade after Fulham draw

Liverpool 0 Fulham 0

Liverpool lose sight of promised land

Birmingham City 1 Liverpool 1

Benitez joy at options in attack

Liverpool manager hopes return of forward power will lead to fourth place finish

Liverpool still in hunt for fourth after convincing win

Liverpool 3 Sunderland 0

Benitez: I have no cash for a summer spree

Rafael Benitez does not expect his Liverpool transfer kitty to be adversely affected if his club does not qualify for the Champions League this season – only because he has precious few funds to play with in the first place.

Benitez on the attack but United storm on

Liverpool manager blasts Ferguson's 'influence' / Injury fear as Rooney limps out of Old Trafford

Ferguson condemns Liverpool to irrelevance

Manchester United 2 Liverpool 1
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Is the criticism of Ed Miliband a coded form of anti-Semitism?

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Can SkySaga capture the Minecraft magic?

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The King's School is way ahead of the pack when it comes to using the latest classroom technology

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