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 Posted by David Usher
5 hours ago

Fringe players and youth due for Liverpool call in Capital One Cup

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers reflected on his side's poor start to the season and previewed their upcoming League Cup game against Middlesbrough.

Championship side Middlesbrough will head to Anfield on Tuesday night full of confidence that they can heap further misery on a Liverpool team that is enduring a stuttering start to the season. 'Boro sit in fifth place in the Championship and go into this Capital One Cup clash with the Reds on the back of a resounding 4-0 home win over Brentford at the weekend.

- Usher: Lackluster Liverpool too reliant on Sterling
- Report: Sterling: No excuses for slow start
- Toe Poke: Balotelli mocks Man United...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Mario Balotelli mocks Manchester United during Leicester loss

Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli appeared to find Manchester United's shock 5-3 loss to Leicester City on Sunday most amusing.

United, after leading 3-1, fell apart as newly promoted Leicester staged a stunning comeback to triumph at the King Power Stadium.

Balotelli, whose Liverpool side lost 3-1 at West Ham on Saturday, indicated he was rather enjoying the Reds' rivals suffer a second league defeat of the season.

 Posted by David Usher
2 days ago

Player Ratings: Lacklustre Liverpool too reliant on Sterling

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers believes his squad needs time to find their form.

Liverpool's stuttering start to the season continued with a hugely disappointing performance in their comprehensive 3-1 defeat at West Ham. The awful defending of the past season remains, but the exhilarating attacking was once again nowhere to be seen.

The "new players" excuse doesn't apply in this one, as West Ham also had a number of new boys in their lineup, and it didn't hamper them; they flew out of the blocks, and by the time Liverpool eventually got to grips with the game, they were already...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
2 days ago

Three Points: West Ham vs. Liverpool

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from West Ham's 3-1 win over Liverpool from Upton Park.

1. Liverpool haven't made it just yet

A brilliant start from West Ham United on the day, and it only continues Liverpool's disappointing start to this season. Brendan Rodgers' side have now lost three of their first five games, and never really looked like getting back into this one once West Ham surged into a 2-0 lead after just seven minutes.

In that, Sam Allardyce outthought Rodgers, as the Liverpool manager...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
2 days ago

Mario Balotelli levitates as Raheem Sterling scores for Liverpool

"Super Mario Balotelli," they sometimes call him. It wasn't until Saturday that it became clear he actually has super powers.

With Liverpool trailing 2-0 at West Ham United, after the hosts struck twice in the opening seven minutes, Raheem Sterling handed the Reds a lifeline.

Balotelli played his part, initially seeing a shot blocked, before then taking a seat midair to ensure he was out of the way for Sterling's shot to nestle home.

Raheem Sterling fired home for Liverpool at Upton Park on 26 minutes.

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 Posted by Steven Kelly
3 days ago

Faltering Liverpool must get back on track at West Ham

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers believes his squad needs time to find their form.

It may be too early to start worrying about a team's place in the league table, but if it loses three games out of five alarm bells will ring. That means Liverpool must be careful about their visit to West Ham to try to avoid such a panic.

This season's performances have matched those of the equivalent game last season. They were untidy at home to Southampton, beaten at Manchester City, slick and comfortable at Tottenham but very poor at home to Aston Villa. If this mimicry should continue fans...