Three for Suarez in Liverpool FA Cup warm up

Norwich 0 Liverpool 3

Kulacsi joined Liverpool five years ago but has never made a first team appearance

Liverpool recall Peter Gulacsi from loan spell

Liverpool will recall youngster Peter Gulacsi from a loan spell at Hull City to help them cope with a goalkeeping shortage ahead of Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Everton.

Andy Carroll's header beats Blackburn's Paul Robinson

Carroll to the rescue after Liverpool suffer keeper crisis

Kenny Dalglish returned to Blackburn talking darkly of refereeing conspiracies. He would have left Ewood Park wondering whether Howard Webb would be warming up for Saturday's FA Cup semi-final from behind a grassy knoll.

Andy Carroll's header beats Blackburn's Paul Robinson

Dalglish: 'This does not mean we have turned a corner'

Blackburn Rovers 2 Liverpool 3

Kenny Dalglish is 'heading in the right direction', says Houllier

Relationship with Liverpool owners has not changed insists Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish insists it is business as usual in terms of his dialogue with principal owner John Henry and Fenway Sports Group despite the club's recent slump.

The reserve goalkeeper Alexander Doni has had little meaningful action so far during his Liverpool career

Dalglish finds destiny resting in the untested hands of Doni

Kenny Dalglish will turn to a goalkeeper who has not even completed a full friendly for Liverpool – he dislocated his finger against Rangers on his one start – and who conceded seven goals on his previous appearance in England. Desperate times are calling for desperate measures for Dalglish, who is leading his club through their worst run since the 1953-54 season, and amid the fallout from Sunday's defeat to Newcastle comes the realisation he will have to call on a keeper unproven in this country at least.

The reserve goalkeeper Alexander Doni has had little meaningful action so far during his Liverpool career

Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool destiny rests in untested hands of Alexander Doni

Kenny Dalglish will turn to a goalkeeper who has not even completed a full friendly for Liverpool – he dislocated his finger against Rangers on his one start – and who conceded seven goals on his previous appearance in England.

Hatem Ben Arfa in action against Liverpool

Alan Pardew delighted with improving Newcastle midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew once again urged France boss Laurent Blanc to take a look at Hatem Ben Arfa as he prepares to pick his Euro 2012 squad.

Kenny Dalglish is 'heading in the right direction', says Houllier

Former Liverpool star Mark Lawrenson defends manager Kenny Dalglish

Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson does not believe manager Kenny Dalglish is facing the sack, but has conceded his former team-mate needs to start winning some Premier League games.

The Sports Matrix: Monday 2 April 2012

Dalglish bemoans 'frustrated' players after Newcastle loss

Kenny Dalglish looks to the heavens during the 2-0 defeat

Liverpool pair Andy Carroll and Jose Reina both lost it, says Kenny Dalglish

Furious Liverpool manager turns on own players as Reds lose their heads

Liverpool's Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina (R) confronts Newcastle United's James Perch (2ndL) next to Newcastle United's Senegalese striker Demba Ba, before being sent-off

Cisse double and Reina red add to Liverpool misery

Newcastle 2 Liverpool 0

Nicklas Bendtner got Sunderland’s winner against Liverpool

Bendtner grows in self-belief as Carroll's confidence ebbs

Sunderland 1 Liverpool 0

Van Persie strengthens Gunners grip on fourth place

Liverpool 1 Arsenal 2

Pete Jenson: It is Alf Garnett humour, and Spanish still think it's funny

It's Benny Hill with a play on the fact that Reina's name means queen in Spanish

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