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Liverpool

Forecaster: Liverpool on top-four bubble

Premier League
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 By Mike Whalley

Brendan Rodgers dismisses leaving Liverpool for Manchester City

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers refused to assure Steven Gerrard of a starting place in his team, once the club captain returns from injury.

Brendan Rodgers has effectively ruled himself out of the running for the Manchester City manager's job by insisting that he wants to stay at Liverpool for the long term.

Reports have suggested that the Reds boss is in contention to take over at the Etihad Stadium if Manuel Pellegrini is sacked at the end of the season.

Rodgers guided Liverpool close to their first league title since 1990 last season, when they finished runners-up to Pellegrini's City.

He responded to a poor start to the 20140-15...

 By David Usher

Steven Gerrard still has Liverpool role, but it might not be as a starter

It's down to the wire in the Premier League as Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool vie for a Champions League spot.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley discuss Liverpool's 2-0 triumph over Burnley and how Brendan Rodgers' side has turned it around this season.
Jordan Henderson produced another wonder-strike in Liverpool's 2-0 victory over Burnley to earn him player of the week honours.

As Steven Gerrard inches ever closer to full fitness, Brendan Rodgers is about to face arguably the toughest decision of his Anfield tenure to date: what to do with his legendary skipper in the final months of his Liverpool career.

With the team thriving, can Rodgers risk upsetting the apple cart by bringing Gerrard back into the side, or should he restrict him to a bit-part role for the remainder of the campaign?

Things have certainly changed an awful lot in the past 12 months. Last season's tactical...

 By Nick Miller

Manchester United face Liverpool in fascinating fight for top four

It's down to the wire in the Premier League as Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool vie for a Champions League spot.

Manchester United simply do not make sense this season. Every game appears to bring a fresh nadir in the quality of performance; each week a fresh layer of despair is added to how joyless this team seems to have become.

Heads are shaken as another anemic Angel Di Maria performance makes him look a shadow of the player we saw in the early weeks of the season; eyes are rubbed as those present wonder whether this is the same Radamel Falcao who was the deadliest centre-forward in Europe a couple of...