Hodgson warns rivals that Reina is not for sale

Roy Hodgson, the Liverpool manager, has warned Manchester United that the goalkeeper Jose Reina is not for sale. The Spain international was linked with their arch-rivals earlier this week and Arsenal have been mentioned as potential suitors in the past.

Hodgson warns Manchester United off Reina

Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson has warned Manchester United that goalkeeper Jose Reina is not for sale.

Liverpool prove strength in depth as Cole delivers first blow to crush Steaua

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Ferdinand unsure of his place for Liverpool despite fine comeback

Rio Ferdinand is not thinking about the Manchester United captaincy at present – he is more concerned about getting his regular place back. After three-and-a-half months out with the ankle injury he suffered in a freak collision with Emile Heskey on the first full day of training at the World Cup, Ferdinand finally made his United comeback on Tuesday night.

Babel must improve or leave in January, Hodgson warns

Ryan Babel, the Liverpool player who can most generously be described as "mercurial", has until January to cement his future at the club, according to manager Roy Hodgson.

Nervous return awaits Liverpool after penalty blunder by Cole

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Rafael Benitez hails Liverpool character

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is confident his side can turn around their Europa League tie against Benfica after watching a battling performance in the controversial 2-1 first leg defeat in Lisbon.

Mascherano rallies shaky Liverpool

Unirea Urziceni 1 Liverpool 3 (Liverpool win 4-1 on aggregate)

Ngog stoops to conquer as Liverpool lower their sights

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Hicks tries to mend fences after his son is forced out

The Liverpool co-owner Tom Hicks last night attempted to repair some of the damage done by his son's obscene email to a fan when he insisted Liverpool's spending in the summer transfer window would be "big" and made a jibe at Manchester United for the levels of debt they are carrying.

Liverpool ponder sale of 'in demand' Babel

Ryan Babel's agent has claimed Liverpool are seriously considering selling the winger and that "five or six" clubs are interested in him.

Yeung shows bold intent with £8m bid for Babel

Birmingham look to build on strong start with offer that would allow Liverpool to enter transfer market

Van Nistelrooy set to snub Arsenal for Liverpool

Former Manchester United forward Ruud van Nistelrooy could be set for a January move to Liverpool.

Babel upset at playing role of Liverpool's 'supersub'

The Liverpool winger Ryan Babel has spoken of his growing frustration over his lack of first-team opportunities under manager Rafael Benitez this season.

Benitez: Ngog can be key cog

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez claims French striker David Ngog could have an important role to play this season.

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