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Cole pulls the strings as Liverpool breeze past Rabotnicki

Liverpool 2 Rabotnicki 0 (Liverpool won 4-0 on aggregate)

Benayoun happy Anfield nightmare is over

Israeli says he looks forward to winning titles at Chelsea after bitter end to his time on Merseyside

Hodgson tips Aquilani to bounce back

Liverpool head to Macedonia to start their Europa League campaign against Rabotnicki on Thursday. The last time the Anfield club had to stoop so low was qualifying for the Champions' League in 2005 with matches against TNS, Kaunas and CSKA Sofia but even those games were played amidst the warm glow of having just won the competition in Istanbul.

Liverpool sign Joe Cole on four-year deal 

Liverpool have signed former Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole on a free transfer.

Chelsea tell Real that Cole reunion with Mourinho would cost £30m

Chelsea have have indicated they would want £30m to consider selling Ashley Cole to Real Madrid, unless the player himself makes it clear he wants to leave.

Chelsea refuse to give up on Torres despite injury

Chelsea are determined to continue their pursuit of Fernando Torres despite the serious thigh injury the Liverpool striker picked up during Sunday's World Cup final.

Deal or no deal: The World Cup is over, so will the transfers kick in?

After the window's slow start, Mark Fleming picks up the 10 stories to follow this summer.

Benayoun: Benitez was trying to destroy my confidence

Yossi Benayoun has singled out Rafael Benitez as the reason he left Liverpool for their Premier League rivals Chelsea, accusing the Spaniard of trying to break him and treating him with a lack of respect.

Jovanovic completes move to Liverpool

Serbia forward Milan Jovanovic has finally completed his long-awaited move to Liverpool after signing a three-year contract.

Benayoun seals Chelsea switch

Chelsea have confirmed the signing of Israel midfielder Yossi Benayoun from Liverpool.

Reina: We are concerned about Torres and Stevie

Pepe Reina has appealed to Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard to stay at Liverpool. Reina, who was on the bench as Spain surprisingly lost to Switzerland in Durban on Wednesday, said: "Of course there is concern about Fernando and Stevie. Any team would count on them as big names, and for us it's the same. Without them, it will be really tough to be up there at the top. So fingers crossed.

Reina finds scant comfort in Liverpool player prize

Pepe Reina offered no excuses yesterday after reflecting on a "hell of a year" at Liverpool

Benitez set deadline to accept Juventus deal

Benayoun ready to join players' exodus as manager is told to sign £3.5m-a-year deal before end of week

Benayoun facing uncertain future

Liverpool midfielder Yossi Benayoun has added to the growing uncertainty at the club by admitting he does not know if he has a future at Anfield.

Gerrard's future uncertain despite walking off from defeat with head held high

Posterity once imbued Steven Gerrard with mixed feelings of what has always been known as the Uefa Cup where he comes from. "It's nothing special," Liverpool's captain said in his autobiography, "an ugly kid brother compared to the handsome Champions League." Those words were written in the rosy afterglow of victory in Istanbul five summers ago.

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