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Liverpool

 By David Usher

Coutinho stars as Gerrard goes from villain to hero for Liverpool vs. QPR

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers hailed his side's belief as they edged past QPR 2-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers hailed his side's belief as they edged past QPR 2-1.

Liverpool just about got back to winning ways and Steven Gerrard  went from villain to hero in the space of a few minutes as the Reds edged out Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at Anfield.

Having taken a first-half lead through the again impressive Philippe Coutinho, the Merseysiders squandered some gilt-edged opportunities to make the game safe and paid the price when Leroy Fer equalised.

The stage then looked set for Gerrard to hit the winner on his penultimate Anfield appearance when Liverpool were...

Gerrard turns back the clock with late Liverpool winner at Anfield

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down Liverpool's 2-1 win over QPR.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Philippe Coutinho goal (19') Liverpool 1-0 QPR
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Leroy Fery goal (73') Liverpool 1-1 QPR
Liverpool captain telegraphs his penalty kick and QPR keeper Robert Green saves it.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Steven Gerrard goal (87') Liverpool 2-1 QPR
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers responds to questions related to Daniel Sturridge's trip to the U.S. for additional injury treatment.

LIVERPOOL, England - Three observations from Liverpool's 2-1 victory over QPR at Anfield.

1. Gerrard to the rescue again

Even as his powers wane, Steven Gerrard is capable of conjuring great moments. His latest, perhaps his last in a Liverpool shirt, was required in part because of his own failings. He had missed a penalty, spurning the chance to put his side ahead. Instead, he powered into the box to make contact with Philippe Coutinho's corner. He headed in his 184th Liverpool goal. In trademark...

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Should Rodgers or Klopp manage Liverpool next season?

The FC TV panel have had their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

After a two-week period in which they were knocked out of the FA Cup and picked up just one point from two Premier League games, Liverpool's season is heading toward a disappointing conclusion.

It's a far cry from a year ago, when the Anfield club came so close to winning the title. Manager Brendan Rodgers has seen his side fail to reach those heights and now faces questions about his own future, especially since Jurgen Klopp is leaving Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season.

The German has...

 By Steven Kelly

Lifeless Liverpool limp to Anfield clash with QPR as Rodgers clings on for now

The ESPN FC crew debate whether Rafael Benitez should make a return to Anfield.

There comes a point when nostalgia ceases to be a soothing balm during unsuccessful times and becomes more hurtful than helpful.

In the past week, Liverpool fans have had to put up with being reminded of Monday's anniversary of Brendan Rodgers' men messing up last season's title bid with a 2-0 home defeat to Chelsea, while a pitiful 1-0 loss at Hull City a day later all but ended any chance of consolation with a Champions League qualification spot this season.

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That dire result came exactly 25 years...

 By David Usher

Depay, Benzema and Benteke a few targets for Liverpool to consider

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol doesn't believe players see Liverpool as a desirable destination currently and feels the club will need to carry on with bringing in younger players.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has started looking beyond the end of this Premier League campaign and toward the upcoming summer transfer window.

As Liverpool's season lay in ruins following a listless defeat at Hull on Tuesday night, Brendan Rodgers spoke of the need to sign "one or two marquee" players this summer.

This should have been the club's policy last summer, having lost Luis Suarez, but instead they chose to replace him with three Southampton players; a smattering of young, unproven talent; and Mario Balotelli.

Still, few will disagree with the manager's assessment that this is exactly what the Reds need now if they are to bounce...

Emre Can's future presents Brendan Rodgers with a Gerrard-esque problem

Brendan Rodgers says that Liverpool need to sign marquee players, but where will that leave Emre Can?

It is the problem that has worried Liverpool managers for the best part of two decades. What to do with a player of considerable presence, the range of attributes to operate in a wide variety of positions and a hankering for a central midfield role? The answer, it transpired, was to use him as a No. 10, a right-sided midfielder and a holding player.

Steven Gerrard spent too little of his prime as the box-to-box powerhouse he wanted to be. His summer departure spares Brendan Rodgers the awkward question...