Back in 2007 Pepe Reina and Fernando Torres share a joke in training with Liverpool

Anfield's Spanish survivor won't follow old friend to the exit

Torres' former neighbour Pepe Reina is desperate to bring success to Liverpool

Jose Reina has pointed to the stability provided by the owners

Faith in Liverpool restored by owners says Jose Reina

Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina believes the air of stability brought to Anfield by Fenway Sports Group restored his faith in the club.

Superb Suarez inspires Liverpool's flying start

Liverpool 3 Bolton Wanderers 1: Uruguayan's trickery helps lift resurgent Reds to best start in 17 years

Frimpong red card exposes cracks as Arsenal fall apart

Arsenal 0 Liverpool 2: Pressure builds on Wenger to spend after Suarez's brilliant Liverpool cameo

Liverpool heap more misery on Arsenal

Arsenal 0 Liverpool 2

Reina: De Gea can call me for pep talk

Liverpool goalkeeper puts clubs' bitter rivalry to one side and offers services to United's struggling No 1

Sam Wallace: Wenger's false economies must end but who will force him into splashing the cash?

Talking Football: The next two weeks are crucial. The common theme is that there does not seem to be anyone in the background able to allay manager's reservations

Andy Carroll looks the part for Liverpool

Andy Carroll is shaping up for the new Premier League season looking every bit the £35 million man.

Liverpool wrap up deal for Alexander Doni

Liverpool have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Alexander Doni from Roma.

Leicester agree deal for Liverpool defender Paul Konchesky

Liverpool have agreed a deal to sell defender Paul Konchesky to npower Championship side Leicester.

Liverpool and Tottenham in race to sign Brad Friedel

Liverpool are facing competition from Tottenham in the bid to sign Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Friedel, Press Association Sport understands.

Alex Ferguson confirms David De Gea move

When the agent Jorge Mendes promised Manchester United the unknown Portuguese 20-year-old Bebe would be a star and he proved anything but, the club reflected philosophically that for every Mendes failure there would be a success story next time around. That story is the Atletico Madrid goalkeeper David de Gea, also 20, whose £17m move to succeed Edwin van der Sar Mendes has brokered.

Was Tevez's free-kick goal of the season? Not quite, but it was up there

Argentine's strike prompts <i>The Independent</i> football writers to select their league favourites of 2010-11

Jose Reina believes in Liverpool 'project' after talks with Damien Comolli

Goalkeeper Jose Reina has committed himself to Liverpool's "project" having sought reassurances from director of football Damien Comolli about transfer plans for the summer.

Tottenham eager to finish fifth and avoid early start to season

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp will be more than happy to finish fifth and secure Europa League football next season if it means avoiding qualifying via the Fair Play League.

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Homeless Veterans appeal

MP says Coalition ‘not doing enough’ to help
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