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Brendan Rodgers looks on as his side drew 0-0 with rivals Everton

Rodgers agrees with officials after 'unfortunate' Liverpool draw with rivals

Liverpool boss feels referee made correct decision to rule out Sylvain Distin's second half goal

David Moyes gestures at his team while Brendan Rodgers looks on

Moyes angry at Anfield bias as Distin's 'goal' disallowed

Everton manager aggrieved that Sylvain Distin's second half goal was ruled out

Brendan Rodgers compared Suarez’s ban for biting with others in the game

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Liverpool have decided not to contest the heavy punishment handed down to the striker following his bite on Branislav Ivanovic

The Sport Matrix: Friday 26 April 2013

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Chelsea's Eden Hazard converts from the penalty spot

Liverpool 2 Chelsea 2 match report: Dependency on villain Luis Suarez cripples Brendan Rodgers' aim

Chelsea drop valuable points after late goal at Anfield

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Arsenal to make move for £10m-rated Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet at end of the season

Arsene Wenger ready to install goalkeeper as No 1 ahead of Wojciech Szczesny

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Go back a few years and Aston Villa have a glorious history, the presence of their under-19s in today’s NextGen Series final in Italy suggests they have a promising future, but the present? That is a worry.

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Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones accepts his international chances may have been hampered by remaining at the club.

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