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Liverpool saved from humiliation by Gerrard

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'Cheat' Ngog saves point as Liverpool falter again

Reds striker accused of diving to win penalty on another bleak night for Benitez

Liverpool team for the big occasion undone by the fear factor

What was so nearly a victory achieved through tactical acumen and discipline, tremendous hard work and a moment of inspiration was denied Liverpool by an age-old emotion: fear.

Fans turn on Rafa as Torres move prompts Reds' collapse

Fulham 3 Liverpool 1: Boos ring out for Benitez after decision to withdraw star men leaves toothless Liverpool there for taking

Liverpool suffer humiliating defeat at Fulham

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James Lawton: Benitez's clarion call reinforces thin red line

Give it to Rafa Benitez, we must. On arguably the most critical day of his football life, he created an extraordinary emotional response – the kind that used to be routinely called down from the heavens by the founder of the empire which has been shaken to its foundations in recent weeks.

Torres picks the lock for Benitez's latest escape

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Liverpool end losing streak with win over United

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Stay united and we can keep Benitez in job, says Carragher

Stalwart calls for Liverpool to come together as Rafa contemplates a fifth successive defeat and the prospect of an Anfield exit

Benitez finds comfort in Kop loyalty

'There is a massive difference in money but we have better fans than United' / Torres expected to play as Liverpool look to close the gap on Premier League leaders

Benitez retains Gillett support

Liverpool co-owner George Gillett remains fully behind manager Rafael Benitez, claiming the Spaniard is "absolutely as good as there is in the business".

Mascherano defends under-fire Benitez

Javier Mascherano has jumped to boss Rafael Benitez's defence by demanding that Liverpool's stars take responsibility for the club's current crisis.

'Maybe men' fail to impress in late Reds collapse

Since Clint Eastwood was the guest of honour the last time Lyons played, it was a night to ask if Rafael Benitez was feeling lucky. No man deprived of the services of Fernando Torres, perhaps Europe's finest striker, and missing Glen Johnson, the country's most expensive right-back, in a week which might decide Liverpool's season, would call himself fortunate. Not three days after losing a match to a deflection off a beach ball.

Gerrard limps off before Liverpool crumble again

Lyons snatch victory at Anfield to hurt home side's Champions League hopes

Delgado turns up heat as Benitez fights for survival

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