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Marouane Fellaini rises high to head in Everton’s winner last night at Goodison

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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez believes the eight-game ban he received last season was down to Manchester United's "political power".

Samir Nasri reacts after scoring for France

Former coach Raymond Domenech says France lack leadership and unity

Former France coach Raymond Domenech has criticised the current national team for a lack of unity and an absence of leadership after their exit from Euro 2012.

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View from France: French in confident mood ahead of England match

Confidence in France is high. A poll taken in France last week by French football daily L’Equipe revealed that 76 percent of those asked believed their team will beat the English tonight in Donetsk.

John W Henry, accompanied by wife Linda, feels the noise of the Anfield roar

Liverpool restructuring continues with departure of director of communications Ian Cotton

Fenway Sports Group are continuing their restructuring at Liverpool after announcing director of communications Ian Cotton is to leave the club.

Andy Carroll celebrates with Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez says 'I will continue at Liverpool' despite transfer speculation

Striker Luis Suarez fully expects to be at Liverpool next season.

Young branded 'a disgrace' after penalty controversy

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Police have charged a man over an alleged racist gesture made during Liverpool's FA Cup fourth round victory over Manchester United.

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