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Liverpool

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool must play as if West Brom was the most vital game of the season

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers talks about his job performance and campaign struggles at Anfield.

Liverpool face almost a no-win situation on Saturday when they play West Bromwich Albion. The three points they require might well turn out to be irrelevant since the teams above them all look firm favourites for the Champions League qualifying places.

However, lose and the result will be a big deal indeed. Even a draw against the Midlands strugglers would not go down well with supporters who were expecting better from this season a month ago. Any hint of a lack of motivation in the players will...

 By David Usher

Jordan Henderson deal just the start; Liverpool need more to progress

Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson has put pen to paper on a new long-term deal with the Merseyside club.
Liverpool vice-captain Jordan Henderson is set to sign a new five-year deal to stay at Anfield.

There has not been a great deal for Liverpool fans to smile about of late, but at least there has been some welcome news on the contract front this week. On Thursday, Jordan Henderson signed a new deal, with Jordon Ibe expected to soon follow suit, while Martin Skrtel announced earlier this week that he has no intention of leaving Anfield and expects to agree to an extension this summer. All that remains now is for Raheem Sterling to grab a pen and join the party.

Henderson committing himself was...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool owners must decide to show loyalty to Rodgers or his players

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Liverpool should only keep Brendan Rodgers if they are unable to bring Jurgen Klopp to Anfield next season.

The fight-back has begun. In the absence of any actual football matches to win and bring good cheer, Liverpool settled for news of extended contracts for Martin Skrtel, Jordan Henderson and shirt sponsor Standard Chartered.

This probably won't ease the pain of a torrid 30 days during which their only realistic remaining ambitions for the season -- qualification for the Champions League and a trophy -- were almost completely extinguished.

Some fans were cynical about the sponsorship deal, politely...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

What the elite Premier League clubs are targeting next season

Chelsea closed in on the Premier League title with a 1-0 win over Manchester United.

Among the Premier League's elite, the temptation is to accept that this season is all but over. Barring a collapse from one of Manchester United or Manchester City and Liverpool rousing themselves from their post-FA Cup semifinal gloom, the ships look sailed.

When Chelsea beat Manchester United on Saturday, their 1-0 victory was confirmation that this season has seen them by far the best equipped to win the title, yet United's performance suggested that next time around Louis van Gaal's team can...

 By David Usher

Brendan Rodgers must settle on a consistent formation at Liverpool

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol analyses Brendan Rodgers' shortcomings this season and explains how Jurgen Klopp could turn things around at Anfield.
The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Brendan Rodgers' future at Liverpool, and whether Mike Ashley is the reason for Newcastle United's downfall.

One of the most alarming aspects of Liverpool's FA Cup semifinal defeat to Aston Villa on Sunday was the amount of times Brendan Rodgers changed his system during the game. It happened on at least four occasions and shows the uncertainty in the mind of the Northern Irishman as to what he believes is his best formation.

It's been an issue all season, too. The only time the Reds have looked settled and effective was in the three-month period sandwiched between defeats to Manchester United. Rodgers...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brendan Rodgers ready to show 10 Liverpool players the door?

As Liverpool limp towards the end of a disappointing season, the ESPN FC team ask if the Liverpool boss' job is safe.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread ...

Anfield exodus

With Liverpool's FA Cup dreams in tatters and their Champions League hopes all but extinguished, talk emanating out of Anfield is that up to TEN players will be let go as Brendan Rodgers plans yet another Reds rebuild.

The Daily Mail says that Martin Skrtel, Glen Johnson, Kolo Toure and six other players will follow club captain Steven Gerrard out the exit door at season's end.

The Mario...