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 Posted by Steven Kelly
2 hours ago

Faltering Liverpool must get back on track at West Ham

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers believes his squad needs time to find their form.

It may be too early to start worrying about a team's place in the league table but if it loses three games out of five alarm bells will ring. That means Liverpool must be careful about their visit to West Ham to try and avoid such a panic.

This season's performances have matched those of the equivalent game last season. They were untidy at home to Southampton, beaten at Manchester City, slick and comfortable at Tottenham but very poor at home to Aston Villa. If this mimicry should continue fans...

 Posted by David Usher
21 hours ago

Simon Mignolet in danger of losing Liverpool starting spot

Former Liverpool footballer Steve Nicol still has his doubts about Mario Balotelli at Anfield despite the Italian scoring in the Champions League opener.

The goal Liverpool conceded in the final minute of Tuesday's Champions League group game against Ludogorets was not a direct result of one individual error; it could have been prevented in numerous ways, and several players should be feeling they could have done better.

For example: Raheem Sterling might have released the ball a little earlier, and Alberto Moreno will surely be ruing his overeagerness to get forward when it simply wasn't necessary. Additionally, the three midfield players should...

2 days ago

Lessons to learn: European savvy won't happen overnight for Liverpool

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was pleased with the patience shown by his side after they snatched a late 2-1 win over Ludogorets Razgrad in the UEFA Champions League.

Brendan Rodgers' team of European innocents learned a few lessons during an unimpressive 2-1 victory against Ludogorets Razgrad on Tuesday. Lesson one was: "They're not all glory nights at Anfield." Sometimes you have to slog your way through it, cross your fingers and hope for the best. Even if a win comes from a dire goalkeeping error and the penalty spot, grab it and don't let go.

- Player Ratings: Liverpool leave it late
- Jolly: Liverpool's dramatic return to UCL

Steven Gerrard was...

 Posted by Dave Usher
2 days ago

Player Ratings: Liverpool leave it late in close win over Ludogorets Razgrad

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard comments on his side's late victory over Ludogorets in their Champions League group B opener.

There was late drama at Anfield as Liverpool's long-awaited return to the Champions League ended in victory, but it was far too close for comfort for Brendan Rodgers' out-of-sorts side.

Ludogorets proved to be a stubborn and spirited opposition, and the Reds had to wait 82 minutes before finally breaking the deadlock, courtesy of Mario Balotelli's first goal for the club following his summer move from AC Milan.

- Jolly: Liverpool's dramatic return to the Champions League
- Report: Liverpool have...

Richard Jolly profile picture Posted by Richard Jolly
2 days ago

Liverpool's dramatic return to the Champions League

Steven Gerrard's stoppage time penalty kick proved to be the winner as Liverpool were pushed to the brink by Ludogorets.

LIVERPOOL -- Nostalgia is an integral part of Liverpool's identity.

The Kop celebrated a belated return to the Champions League, 1,742 days after their beloved Reds previously competed with the European elite, with a nod to their history. They chorused the name of one of the heroes of their 2005 triumph, Luis Garcia. By the time they exited Anfield, exhilarated by an extraordinary conclusion to an often mundane match, they had a more immediate reminder of another.

Steven Gerrard represents past and...

 Posted by Rory Smith
2 days ago

Euro 'Superpower' dominance means Real Madrid's retention dream lives

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo believes his side can be the first to retain the UEFA Champions League.

Cristiano Ronaldo has no more worlds to conquer. He has lifted the Premier League, La Liga and countless cups and trinkets. Twice he has been anointed the best player in the world. His international career has brought less happiness but at club level he has won so many trophies and so many accolades -- and, a cynic might add, possesses so little self-awareness -- that he has his own museum in his home town of Funchal, Portugal.

- Brassell: Champions League beyond the stars
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