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Can, Skrtel, Sakho combo key for Reds

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Besiktas edge past disappointing Liverpool after penalty shootout drama

The ESPN FC panel answer your questions on what Liverpool's priorities are for the remainder of the season, whether small clubs get enough praise for upset wins and more.

Three thoughts on Besiktas' win vs. Liverpool in the Europa League round of 32. The Turkish club went through 5-4 on penalties after the tie ended 1-1 on aggregate.

1. It all goes wrong for Liverpool

It was a night when Besiktas and Slaven Bilic got it spot on, but so much went wrong for Liverpool. They are not just out of the Europa League, but had to suffer going right to the end of extra-time and a penalty shootout only 60 hours before they face Manchester City in a crucial match in the chase...

 By David Usher

Sterling, Sturridge fail to spark Liverpool at Besiktas

The ESPN FC panel answer your questions on what Liverpool's priorities are for the remainder of the season, whether small clubs get enough praise for upset wins and more.

There was to be no fairy tale return to the Ataturk Stadium for Liverpool as they went crashing out of the Europa League after a penalty shootout defeat to Besiktas. Liverpool had gone into the game with 1-0 lead from the first leg and in the opening 45 minutes frequently looked like they might add to it and put the tie to bed. The second half was a different story, however, as Besiktas dominated and Liverpool struggled to get out of their own half.

Substitute Tolgay-Ali Arslan eventually broke...

Emre Can, Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho combination key for Liverpool

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes a defensive lapse cost his side a place in the last-16 of the UEFA Europa League at the hands of Besiktas.

It's fair to say that while the Capital One Cup final between Chelsea and Tottenham will be the main event in English football this weekend, the Premier League meeting of sixth-placed Liverpool and title holders Manchester City closely follows.

Both sides will be looking to bounce back from disappointing results in Europe in midweek but it's the Reds whose exploits may well have been most damaging come the weekend. Were it not for the fact that not only did Liverpool play two days after City's narrow...

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Liverpool's Jordan Henderson still wants a piece of Chelsea's Diego Costa

Liverpool's Jordan Henderson is not about to let bygones be bygones.

In last month's League Cup semifinal at Anfield, Henderson and Chelsea's Diego Costa clashed in the tunnel after the 1-1 draw, reportedly pushing each other before being separated by a member of Liverpool's coaching staff. 

Henderson was interviewed by former boxing champion Amir Khan in a promotional video for MaxiNutrition, and the future Liverpool captain says he has not forgotten the Jan. 20 incident.

Asked...

Dunkin Donuts drop clanger with 'Liverpool crest' PR stunt

Dunkin Donuts have incurred the wrath of scores of Liverpool fans after using the club's venerated crest as part of a distinctly misguided PR stunt.

The American company are Liverpool's "official tea, coffee and bakery provider," but managed to rile the club's fanbase on Wednesday night with a botched social media campaign that saw them morph the Reds' famous badge into a Dunkin Donuts logo.

Taking liberties with several iconic and weighty images, Dunkin Donuts not only transformed the Shankly Gates...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool must be fully focused for Besiktas return in Europa League

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Craig Burley break down Liverpool's superb performance this past weekend against Southampton.
ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Craig Burley break down Liverpool's superb performance this past weekend against Southampton.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers acknowledged improved defending as a factor in his side's recent revival in form.

Liverpool take a slender 1-0 advantage to Istanbul on Thursday when they face Besiktas in a familiar setting at the Ataturk Stadium.

When the draw was originally made for the Europa League's round of 32 in December, it's doubtful any fan was particularly looking forward to the tie. Besiktas had got the better of Tottenham in their group matches while Liverpool limped ineffectually through their Champions League campaign.

They'd also just been spanked 3-0 at Old Trafford after Brendan Rodgers had...