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Video: Simon Rice and Jack de Menezes look ahead to Liverpool's huge test at the Bernabeu

Steven Gerrard

Brendan Rodgers issues warning to young Liverpool players

Fringe players failed to impress in 3-2 defeat to Oldham

Steven Gerrard

'I can't rely on Steven Gerrard for 70 games': Brendan Rodgers calls on Liverpool players to take responsibility

Premier League side were beaten by League One Oldham in the FA Cup

Jack Wilshere celebrates scoring against Swansea on Wednesday to complete his rehabilitation

Jack Wilshere's wonderful ways are reminiscent of Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard

Arsenal midfielder's drive and determination drawing comparisons with Liverpool captain

Daniel Sturridge celebrates his first Liverpool league goal

Brendan Rodgers backs Daniel Sturridge to be 'terrific signing' for Liverpool

£12m arrival has scored two in two

Robin van Persie opened the scoring for Manchester United
Steven Gerrard would love to be celebrating again tomorrow

Experience matters: football is ageist, says Steven Gerrard

Liverpool legend tells Ian Herbert you need old heads to play alongside young pups and that it hurts for his team to be so far behind United ahead of tomorrow's match at Old Trafford

Luis Suarez and Robin van Persie

Premier League: Manchester United v Liverpool match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at Old Trafford

Brendan Rodgers

It might be 'sexy to look in Spain', but Brendan Rodgers tells Liverpool scouts to focus on Merseyside

Rodgers points to homegrown talents Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher and Michael Owen as proof the best players may be on Liverpool's doorstep

Steven Gerrard (L) of Liverpool celebrates with his team-mate Luis Suarez

'My performances are getting closer to where I want them to be': Steven Gerrard improving

Liverpool captain endured a mixed start to the season

Steven Gerrard

FA Cup: Mansfield v Liverpool match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's FA Cup fixture at Field Mill

Suarez the flawed genius puts on a superb show

There has always been something of the revivalist preacher about Brendan Rodgers and it seemed last night that his future might just work.

Steven Gerrard (L) of Liverpool celebrates with his team-mate Luis Suarez

Martin O'Neill warns Sunderland about Liverpool's 'quality players'

Black Cats travel to Anfield this evening

No guarantees for new signings, warns Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has warned potential new signings there will be no guarantees when they arrive at Anfield.

Steven Gerrard is congratulated by Luis Suarez after scoring against Fulham on Saturday

Gerrard is the constant factor for Liverpool

Liverpool 4 Fulham 0

Everton defender Leighton Baines

Selling Leighton Baines could fund Everton's Champions League push suggests Neville Southall

Left-back has been consistently linked with Manchester United

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