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Raheem Sterling should stay at Liverpool rather than cash out

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Janusz Michallik give their thoughts on Raheem Sterling's ongoing contract negotiations.

Raheem Sterling's time at Liverpool may be drawing to a close. Sources from the player's camp have revealed that he is now prepared to turn down a contract offer worth as much as £180,000 a week. Sources from the club indicate that they are generous, but they are not stupid and they will not be messed around by a young man who has won the sum total of nothing and has played fewer than 100 Premier League games. There is much wrangling still to come, but with two years left on Sterling's contract,...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool's trip to Arsenal recalls last year's memorable 5-1 Anfield win

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Janusz Michallik give their thoughts on Raheem Sterling's ongoing contract negotiations.

The international matches have just ended but already there is anticipation for the club fixtures at the weekend. Given that Liverpool are visiting Arsenal at the Emirates stadium, a better word might be "trepidation," since they've only won there once (a 2-0 win on May 2011) since it opened for business in 2006.

Like the Reds' previous game with Manchester United, it raises the question of who will eventually qualify for the Champions League, since only a major Chelsea collapse would give the London...

 By Steven Kelly

Is Daniel Sturridge the latest Liverpool striker whose best was short-lived?

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Janusz Michallik preview the big match in the Premier League this weekend between Arsenal and Liverpool and if this is a must-win for Brendan Rodgers' men.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Ross Dyer weigh in on the impact that Daniel Sturridge's latest injury will have on Liverpool and their top four hopes.

Liverpool lost ground to Manchester United in the Premier League after their 2-1 defeat on March 23. They also lost the services of Steven Gerrard and Martin Skrtel for three games each through suspension. Now it appears Daniel Sturridge has picked up yet another knock and could miss a month's worth of upcoming fixtures.

It might have been better for the club if they'd just handed United the points beforehand and rested for a few weeks. The loss of Sturridge might only have been delayed anyway...

 By David Usher

Mignolet has excelled for Liverpool but a new backup GK is needed

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry played a charity match at Anfield with Steven Gerrard's all-star cast against Jamie Carragher's XI.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Ross Dyer weigh in on the impact that Daniel Sturridge's latest injury will have on Liverpool and their top four hopes.

At the end of 2014 ESPN FC asked its club bloggers to answer some questions on their team's needs going into the transfer window. Liverpool were in dire straits back then and looked like they needed strengthening all over the park, but I listed the two main priorities as goalkeeper and striker.

Three months on, the continuing injury woes of Daniel Sturridge and lack of production from any of the other forwards show that Liverpool really could have benefitted from signing a new striker, but not bringing...

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Balotelli, Drogba and Henry pose for a superstar striker selfie

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The last time The Toe Poke saw Mario Balotelli on social media, he seemed a little bit upset as he told his critics to "shut up".

So it...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool should compete in Europe for love and trophies, not just the money

Liverpool won the 2005 Champions League at a time when it still put maximum effort into European competition.

This week marked the 50th anniversary of Liverpool's first win in a European Cup quarterfinal, the first of many. It was a match that stands out even in this club's illustrious history on the continent as it was the only time the Reds went through on the toss of a coin.

The mere thought of Liverpool's 1965 tie with FC Cologne could give Arsene Wenger nightmares. There was no away goals rule then anyway, but the two clubs drew both the original ties 0-0 and were then forced to play a replay on...