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Liverpool

 By Rory Smith

Liverpool owe Steven Gerrard but not at the expense of top-four finish

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives his opinion on how Brendon Rodgers and Liverpool should treat Steven Gerrard for the rest of his time at Anfield.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti does not believe there is any animosity between Steven Gerrard and Mario Balotelli, but believes the 34-year-old is just doing the best he can with his last chance to win something with Liverpool.

Every time Brendan Rodgers is asked a question about Steven Gerrard, he takes a moment to pause. He does so because he knows that, as soon as those two words are mentioned, the game is afoot. The Liverpool manager knows the object of that game. He knows he probably cannot win, not in any meaningful sense, but he can make sure he doesn't lose.

Take this example, from the Northern Irishman's news conference after the FA Cup victory at Crystal Palace a couple of weeks ago. Jordan Henderson, as tends...

 By David Usher

Liverpool must be wary of post-City letdown versus Burnley

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner gives his take on Liverpool's best options at right wing-back following the news that Jordon Ibe will be sidelined with a knee ligament injury.

Having defeated second-place Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday, Liverpool now turn their attention to a side at the other end of the table as third-from-bottom Burnley make the short trip to Merseyside. On paper this looks a much easier game for Brendan Rodgers' in-form side, but after their energy-sapping efforts in beating City, the Reds must now guard against complacency.

Burnley cannot be taken lightly as they're a much tougher opponent than their lowly league position suggests, and they've...

Emre Can says he's not Liverpool's new Steven Gerrard, wants midfield role

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he was always confident his players would turn around their poor early season Premier League form.

Emre Can says he sees his future as a Liverpool midfielder, but insists he will never be the new Steven Gerrard.

Can, 21, made the switch from the Bundesliga to the Premier League last summer when he joined Liverpool from Bayer Leverkusen in a 12 million-euro transfer.

Following a period of settling in at his new club, the Germany under-21 international has become a permanent starter for Liverpool ever since coming off the bench in the 1-0 win at Burnley on Dec. 26.

Can has been played on the right...

 By PA Sport

Brendan Rodgers credits Palace loss as the catalyst for Liverpool's good form

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he was always confident his players would turn around their poor early season Premier League form.

Brendan Rodgers admits Liverpool's defeat to Crystal Palace in November convinced him to change tactics to overcome the Reds' indifferent start of the season.

Liverpool made a stuttering to start to the 2014-15 campaign -- losing three of their first five Premier League matches and seven of their 19 league fixtures before the turn of the year -- but have recovered to remain in the hunt for a place in next year's Champions League competition.

The Reds have been in fine form since Christmas, having...