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Why Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool are a match made in heaven

Liverpool legend Steve McMahon discusses Brendan Rodgers, Steven Gerrard, and if Jurgen Klopp is the right fight to come to Anfield.

If Liverpool are to get back to where they belong in English football, they need to be ruthless. That's why they must go all out to bring in Jurgen Klopp as manager next season.

The club's owners need to weigh up all options and judge exactly who the best available candidate for the job is. Klopp has proven what he can do with his remarkable record at Borussia Dortmund over the past seven years.

Now that he's announced that he's leaving at the end of the current campaign, this presents a great opportunity...

 By Steven Kelly

Rodgers must treat Europa League seriously for Liverpool to reach the top

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Liverpool will finish in the Europa League places despite Manchester United's poor run of form.

With Chelsea winning the Premier League early and the dissatisfaction of watching Newcastle, Sunderland, Hull and Leicester slug it out for survival, some are attempting to reignite the race for fourth place.

Manchester United have slumped, with three straight defeats. That run may even continue but there is little to no chance of Liverpool coming fourth.

Brendan Rodgers has faced Chelsea nine times -- twice with Swansea, seven with Liverpool -- and failed to win once. Jose Mourinho's attention...

Serial winner Mourinho puts Rodgers to shame with tactics and trophies

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer weigh in on if Chelsea is the club to keep Jose Mourinho around for a long time.
Jose Mourinho outfoxed Brendan Rodgers at Anfield last season, when Liverpool threw away the league title, and the Chelsea boss' record in big games puts Rodgers' to shame.

The temptation is to look for evidence of influence, similarities and ideas passed down through managerial generations, yet while there was a time when Jose Mourinho and Brendan Rodgers seemed master and apprentice, they now appear opposites.

That's not just because of the 21st Century enmity between Chelsea and Liverpool; nouveau-riche force and historic power.

This is the serial winner against the nearly-man. Mourinho has secured 18 major pieces of silverware, but Rodgers, 10 years his junior,...

 By David Usher

Liverpool should use Europa League as platform for club's youngsters

Former Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry explains why the upcoming expansion at Anfield is a positive step for the club.

Weekend defeats for Southampton and Tottenham combined with Steven Gerrard's late winner against QPR have tightened Liverpool's grip on fifth place with just three games remaining. There is still the faintest of hopes that Manchester United's three-game losing streak may increase to four or even five and open the door for Brendan Rodgers' men to sneak into the Champions League places, but realistically they are likely looking at a fifth-place finish and participation in the much-maligned Europa...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jose's odd interest in Rickie Lambert, United's Hummels move on the rocks

Former PSV sporting director Frank Arnesen believes Louis van Gaal will eventually secure the Premier League title for Manchester United.
It's been reported that Chelsea see Liverpool's Rickie Lambert as their ideal summer signing.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears...

Lambert the new Drogba?

Hold on to your hats -- silly season has officially started a Stamford Bridge.

Having buttoned-up the Premier League title on Sunday, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is understandably shifting his attention to next season and areas he can strengthen his squad for another run at the Champions League trophy.

Names of the calibre of Gareth Bale,...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool must honour champions Chelsea and use it as motivation

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is happy with his side's belief even though the confidence may not be there.

Congratulations to Chelsea, this year's Premier League champions. Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville was right when he said the other big sides should be "embarrassed" by their own efforts but there's no denying the best team and the best coach have won it this season.

That is hard for a Liverpool fan to say, as of course it was Chelsea and Jose Mourinho who did more than anyone to scupper the Reds' own title tilt last season, but there can still be a fierce, passionate rivalry without being blind to...