Brad Jones in action for Liverpool against Reading

Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones unfazed by Samuel Eto'o challenge

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Brad Jones in action for Liverpool against Reading

Liverpool focused on Europa League despite looming Merseyside derby insists assistant Colin Pascoe

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Jose Reina pictured training with Spain

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Luis Suarez of Liverpool failed to hit the target

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<b>Long, long shot</b><br/>
With Fulham being linked with midfielder Mark Noble, who has just a year to run on his contract, there are suggestions a part exchange deal could be arranged involving <b>Clint Dempsey</b> moving to the East End. Unlikely but not totally beyond the realms of possibility.

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<b>Long, long shot </b><br/>
Interestingly enough, there have been quiet mutters that <b>Stewart Downing </b>could return to Villa Park after just a season at Anfield, most likely as a loan move. After forming a superb understanding with Bent in the second-half of the 2010/2011 season, he could provide Villa with some much-needed width. Whether fans would welcome him back after his £18m move last summer remains to be seen.

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Fabio Borini wheels away in delight after Andy Webster's own-goal gave Liverpool the lead

Liverpool close in on Sahin after nervy win over Hearts

Hearts 0 Liverpool 1: Rodgers reveals deal for Madrid star is on as he plays down Carroll's absence

Fabio Borini wheels away in delight after Andy Webster's own-goal gave Liverpool the lead

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Hearts 0 Liverpool 1

New Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers pays tribute to Swansea fans

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Fernando Torres is the centre of attention as he leaves a Spain training session in Schruns in Austria yesterday

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