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 Posted by David Usher
2 hours ago

Understanding Borini's puzzling decision

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think have done the best business in this summer transfer window.

Fabio Borini must really enjoy weekend shopping with the wife, as chances are he's going to have a lot of spare time on his hands over the coming months after pricing himself out of moves to QPR and Sunderland.

Between now and the re-opening of the transfer window in January, the Italian striker's chances of playing first team football appear to be slim and none. Unlike other fringe players at Anfield such as Suso and Lucas Leiva, however, Borini's situation is one entirely of his own choosing.

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 Posted by Chris Wright
1 day ago

Luis Suarez returns to Liverpool bearing gifts for Steven Gerrard

Having left to join Barcelona back in July, Luis Suarez returned to Liverpool's Melwood training centre on transfer deadline of all days to both, a) give excitable Reds fans heart palpitations over a shock return and, slightly less spectacularly, b) pick up a few personal possessions he left behind upon departing for the Camp Nou.

For reasons unknown, Suarez also presented his former skipper Steven Gerrard with a signed Barca shirt before traipsing around Melwood, retrieving his bits and bobs an...

1 day ago

Is a Liverpool move for Victor Valdes realistic or even the right one?

Victor Valdes could be a fine addition for Liverpool, but is he really needed?

One Liverpool supporter on Twitter summed it up best: "so relieved our business is all done, sit back and watch the circus unfold." Well, that was the theory anyway. If anything were to be done it would probably just be loan-deal departures for Lucas Leiva and maybe Fabio Borini, or a move away for Oussama Assaidi if he could settle his pay differences with Stoke City.

Nothing too exciting, in other words; certainly nothing that affected the main 20-25 players for the league and Champions Leagu...

 Posted by Dave Usher
1 day ago

Liverpool about more than just 'The Mario Balotelli Show'

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers reveals one of the ways he's instilled some discipline into new arrival Mario Balotelli.

Liverpool bounced back from their defeat to Manchester City with a comfortable 3-0 win over a once-again outgunned Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane. Much of the prematch focus had been on how Mario Balotelli would fit into Liverpool's up-tempo pressing style and, more specifically, whether he would be able to strike a rapport with Daniel Sturridge. The Italian answered both questions with a lively, hardworking display full of promise for the future, but rather than the much-discussed front t...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
2 days ago

Three Points: Tottenham vs. Liverpool

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts from Liverpool's 3-0 win vs. Tottenham on Sunday in the Premier League.

1. Liverpool coast past Tottenham again

This was an apparent return to last season for both sides, right down to a repeat of the heavy margin. Tottenham again struggled in a game against elite opposition, with a rampant Liverpool again tearing them apart. In the last three meetings between these teams, Brendan Rodgers' side have put five past Andre Villas-Boas' Spurs, four past Tim Sherwood's and...

 Posted by David Usher
3 days ago

Appreciating Daniel Agger

The ESPN FC panel dissect the pivotal matchup of Liverpool against Tottenham, and note what this clash will mean for the season to come.

In an era in which almost every footballer seems to harbour ambitions of one day playing for Real Madrid or Barcelona, Daniel Agger was one of the few who bucked the trend. For most modern players, other clubs are seen as merely a step on the ladder to either of the La Liga giants. Agger, however, is not like most modern footballers; he's a complex character who values a settled and happy home life above money and trophies. The Dane had numerous opportunities to leave Anfield and was the subje...