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Carter: How do you replace Luis Suarez?

Liverpool 7 days ago
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 Posted by Chris Wright
9 hours ago

Carragher grilled on Suarez by young Liverpool fan

Swamped by young Liverpool fans while making an appearance at a local school on behalf of 5 Times (the Liverpool Former Players Association), retired Reds legend Jamie Carragher was forced into displaying the kind of skill and agility rarely glimpsed during his playing days when one of the kids asked a particularly tricky question about his former teammate, Luis Suarez.

Notice there was no denial!

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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
10 hours ago

Balotelli is good business for Liverpool

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop has had enough of Mario Balotelli, and says it's no longer worth taking a chance on the young striker.

Few things polarize social media like the terms "Liverpool" and "Mario Balotelli." So when news broke Thursday that the Italy striker appeared to be on his way to Anfield, the subsequent Twitterstorm was predictable.

On Monday, I made the point that Liverpool didn't need another high-profile striker, that Brendan Rodgers likely felt he'd be best served with the one-forward system he used for most of his managerial career and that, if he were going to add an option up front, it made sense for it ...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Liverpool target Balotelli loan move

The ESPN FC panel weigh in on Manchester United's transfer window opportunities, Chelsea's goalkeeper battle and whether or not Neymar can surpass Messi.

Football is fully back with a slate of UEFA and CONCACAF Champions League and Spanish Super Cup games on tap in the past 24 hours. For good measure, we'll sprinkle in some transfer bits for those moments between.

TOP PICK - Reports in Italy claim Liverpool are days away from signing Mario Balotelli from AC Milan on loan for the season or in a 17.5 million pound permanent deal. CEO Adriano Galliani has claimed there has been no contact with Liverpool. Read the full story here.

- Barcelona a...

1 day ago

Pressure on to find Sturridge partner

The ESPN FC crew discusses how Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge are in line to fill the void left by Luis Suarez.

A quick glance at recent news and it's obvious how vexatious Liverpool's search for a new striker is becoming. Many words are being devoted to that quest and the idea of passing the transfer deadline without a sizeable investment in Luis Suarez's eventual replacement is becoming quite a concern.

In all of these discussions there has been one consolatory constant -- "At least there's Daniel Sturridge." His predatory instincts already won the Reds three points against Southampton on Sunday when ev...

 Posted by Dave Usher
2 days ago

Reds want depth, flexibility up front

The ESPN FC crew discusses how Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge are in line to fill the void left by Luis Suarez.

Liverpool need another striker. Everyone knows it, and Brendan Rodgers certainly hasn't been shy about admitting it.

They probably wouldn't need one if Daniel Sturridge came with an injury-free guarantee, but given the prolific front man's tendency to miss games with various ailments, Rodgers knows it is imperative that another top-quality goal scorer is recruited before the close of the transfer window.

It can't just be any old striker, though. Liverpool aren't desperately lacking bodies up fro...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
3 days ago

How Liverpool will replace Luis Suarez

Favorites Liverpool and Manchester City each earned three points on the first Sunday of the Premier League season.

Nothing like a laboured opening-day win to prompt some soul-searching and self-criticism. And perhaps a spot of overreaction, too.

The stock script ahead of Liverpool vs. Southampton was that the home side would stomp all over the opposition because the Saints had lost Luke Shaw, Dejan Lovren, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana (and Morgan Schneiderlin is reportedly pulling faces at not being allowed to leave, too) and replaced them with a bunch of guys who were hardly household names -- no disre...