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The Premier League have released an official list of those out of contract

Liverpool suffer away goals defeat

Liverpool 2 Atletico Madrid 1 (aggregate score 2-2, Atletico win on away goals)

Lopez confident ahead of Liverpool clash

Atletico Madrid captain Antonio Lopez is in confident mood ahead of tomorrow's Europa League semi-final second leg against Liverpool, although he believes Rafael Benitez's men will be a different proposition compared to the first meeting.

Liverpool in driving seat despite loss in Madrid

Atletico Madrid 1 Liverpool 0

Liverpool's fourth place hopes fade after Fulham draw

Liverpool 0 Fulham 0

Reina signs new Liverpool deal

Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina has signed a new six-year contract at Anfield.

Carragher backs Liverpool to finish fourth

Liverpool vice-captain Jamie Carragher insists the players still believe they can finish fourth in the Barclays Premier League.

FA will not take action against Gerrard

Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard will not face action from the Football Association following his clash with Portsmouth midfielder Michael Brown.

Benitez faces battle to lift morale for tricky Lille tie

The Europa League is proving no sanctuary for Liverpool, a side so short on confidence that their goal-scoring legend Ian Rush suggested yesterday that unless they lift their spirits they might struggle to finish in the top six of the Premier League, let alone one of next season's Champions League places.

Whelan: Liverpool are in a mess

Wigan owner says fans are being short-changed under regime of Gillett and Hicks

Liverpool confirm Skrtel foot break

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has suffered another injury blow after it was confirmed defender Martin Skrtel has broken his foot.

Mascherano rallies shaky Liverpool

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

Benitez fields bizarre questions in Romania

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez fielded questions about his match preparation, his future and - bizarrely - his weight on his arrival in Bucharest last night but will hope his team provide the most important answer against Unirea Urziceni.

Benitez will not rush Torres back

Rafael Benitez is not expected to risk starting with Fernando Torres for Liverpool's Europa League second-leg tie against Unirea in Bucharest on Thursday, despite the striker having come through 15 minutes at Manchester City without problems and Liverpool needing goals from somewhere.

Europa League joy will lift Liverpool status, says Nevin

Scotland legend feels trophy would be better than scraping into fourth place

Benitez gets tax-free offer from Juventus

Italian giants prepare contract worth £2.6m a year net to tempt the Liverpool manager away from Anfield
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