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Brewin: Reds crash again at Palace

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 By David Usher
about an hour ago

Player Ratings: Abject all round as Liverpool reach a new low

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson weighs in on Liverpool's latest defeat and the real problem they're facing.

Liverpool do not look capable of beating anybody in their current state. Leaky on defence and toothless up front, the visit of the Reds was just what the doctor ordered for struggling Crystal Palace, and so it proved as the hosts prevailed 3-1 to ramp up the pressure on Brendan Rodgers.

Rickie Lambert's first goal for his boyhood club gave Liverpool the perfect start but it all went downhill from there, as Dwight Gayle picked up where he left off in April by poaching an equaliser soon after and...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
about an hour ago

Three Points: Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson weighs in on Liverpool's latest defeat and the real problem they're facing.

LONDON -- Three quick points from a rainy Selhurst Park as late goals from Joe Ledley and Mile Jedinak gave Crystal Palace a 3-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday:

Liverpool crash again

Perhaps the driving rain could hide the tears this time, but it was another disheartening day for Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool. It is becoming a familiar feeling, so maybe there is now no need for emotional outbursts of disbelief. Instead, there is a growing swell of acknowledgement that the club's chance was missed...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
1 day ago

Darlings a year ago, Liverpool now face flak for fall in fortunes

The ESPN FC panel accept that Daniel Sturridge is injury-prone while Gab Marcotti breaks down what Liverpool can do next.

After another week of mixed messages, setbacks and speculation at Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers was always expected to ring loud notes of defiance and positivity.

"The adverse moments provide you with the opportunity to go and fight even harder," he told his Friday news conference. "We can't complain."

Sunday sees Rodgers and team return to Selhurst Park, the scene of the balmy and barmy 3-3 May draw that destroyed Liverpool's dream of a Premier League title. Having lost to Chelsea the previous...

1 day ago

Liverpool return to the scene of title capitulation at Selhurst Park

Liverpool vice-captain recounts their dramatic 3-3 draw with Crystal Palace that all but ruined their title hopes.

As Liverpool return to the scene of last season's most sensational match, Brendan Rodgers was keen to put something about it straight ahead of the match.

"That wasn't the game that cost us," the Anfield boss sternly said of May's momentous 3-3 draw at Crystal Palace. "The damage was always done in the Chelsea game."

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That is probably true, and the epic 2-0 defeat to Jose Mourinho's side may well have decisively diverted Liverpool's 2013-14 title challenge, but it's still possible that the remarkable...

 By Steven Kelly
2 days ago

Return to Selhurst brings back painful memories of Liverpool's title collapse

Liverpool's Adam Lallana says the team need to score more goals, following Daniel Sturridge's injury.

Liverpool could not exorcise their Chelsea demons two weeks ago as they suffered another Anfield defeat against the Londoners, six months after the far more damaging reversal in April. It would be nice to think they'll have better luck with the ghosts of Selhurst Park on Sunday but the current mood suggests otherwise.

The coincidence of facing Crystal Palace in the very next match after losing at home to Jose Mourinho's runaway leaders is a painful one. Palace usually brings back memories of the...

2 days ago

Liverpool's Jordan Henderson recalls a day to forget vs. Crystal Palace

Liverpool vice-captain recounts their dramatic 3-3 draw with Crystal Palace that all but ruined their title hopes.

It was the day a dream died, the place where memories of the worst kind were made. Selhurst Park, May 5. Jordan Henderson won't forget. The scars have not healed. They never will. Football's capacity to deliver ecstasy and agony was compressed into the space of an extraordinary second half. Luis Suarez went from scoring to crying as the Premier League crown Liverpool had longed for first seemed tantalisingly close, only to be decisively removed from their grasp by a 9-minute capitulation.

The photos of Luis Suarez crying after the match were hard to look at and even harder to miss after Liverpool's calamitous 3-3 draw with Crystal Palace on May 5, 2014.

They...