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16 hours ago

Mario Balotelli is the most infuriating player in football

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol gives his take on Brendan Rodgers' comments on a struggling Mario Balotelli.

As Leroy Fer somehow hit the crossbar from Bobby Zamora's delivery and almost all of Loftus Road looked on while trying to work out how exactly the midfielder had missed, there was one man looking elsewhere.

Mario Balotelli had his eyes on the ground, as he nursed a blow to his head.

The pain came from an off-the-ball incident with QPR's Richard Dunne just moments before but Brendan Rodgers evidently felt that the Italian should have got over it by then. He absolutely berated Balotelli from...

 By Dave Usher
16 hours ago

Lucky Liverpool steal three points from Queens Park Rangers

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps the thrilling Premier League match between QPR and Liverpool in which QPR's two own goals gifted Liverpool a 3-2 victory.

Over the past 12 months, Liverpool have gained a reputation as the Premier League's great entertainer, but even by their heart-stopping standards, the finish to this game was quite remarkable.

With three minutes to go, the Reds led 1-0 courtesy of a Richard Dunne own goal and looked to be on their way to a largely undeserved victory against a spirited Queens Park Rangers side. What happened after that showed the best and worst of Brendan Rodgers' side and demonstrated why Liverpool are usually such...

18 hours ago

Three Points: QPR vs. Liverpool

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps the thrilling Premier League match between QPR and Liverpool in which QPR's two own goals gifted Liverpool a 3-2 victory.

LONDON -- Liverpool emerged as 3-2 winners over Queens Park Rangers on Sunday, but the scoreline fails to tell the full story of what was an incredible finale. Here are three thoughts on the Premier League fixture at Loftus Road.

1. Liverpool are the exact opposite of last season

After a finish like that, where to start? Liverpool at least seemed to have stopped a rot in terms of results, but these three points at QPR came only after a ludicrous ending, in which four of the game's five goals came...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
1 day ago

Liverpool plan 8 million pound January raid for Espanyol keeper Kiko

Bayer Munich manager Pep Guardiola stated that he would like to follow in Sir Alex Ferguson's footsteps, according to his new book.
Kiko Casilla could well be showing Simon Mignolet the Anfield exit...

January will be here before you know it! To tide us over until then, here's today's batch of rumours and gossip.

Liverpool's keeper search continues

After cooling their interest on Monday in ex-Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes, Liverpool have turned their eyes to Espanyol's 28-year-old custodian Kiko Casilla.

Metro say that Liverpool are preparing an 8 million pound January bid for the Spaniard, who admitted this week that that his club will most likely sell him if the right offer comes in.

"I've...

 By Tony Mabert
2 days ago

Raheem Sterling row, Luis Suarez regret, Serbia vs. Albania, Ebola fears

The FC crew put a bow on the soap opera that went on between England manager Roy Hodgson and Liverpool.

TOP FIVE STORIES

1. A tiring saga (Monday, Oct. 13)

Last week it was Arsenal (and to a lesser extent Chelsea) who took their turn to become embroiled in one of those club-vs.-country rows that regularly crop up during international breaks. Since Monday it has been Liverpool's turn, with England manager Roy Hodgson's claim that Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling said he was "tired" and "jaded" ahead of Sunday's win in Estonia -- in which he made an impact as a substitute -- dividing opinion sharply...

 By Steven Kelly
2 days ago

Liverpool wary of pitfalls aplenty when off to the capital

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Craig Burley discuss Mario Balotelli's questionable performance at Anfield.

Loftus Road on Sunday will be one of those occasions when Queens Park Rangers and Liverpool will both think it is a good time to play the other. The visitors are struggling with injuries, buckling under increased expectation and failing to incorporate several new players into their system.

QPR, meanwhile, have lurched into the Premier League spotlight and frozen in the process. A good start is often imperative for newly promoted clubs because the size of their task just becomes greater as, in Rangers'...