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Liverpool

No. 50: Emre Can, Liverpool

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 By Nick Miller

Brendan Rodgers struggling to show progress at Liverpool

The ESPN FC crew recap Liverpool's performance against Stoke City, where Steve Nicol says Liverpool have been extremely poor this season.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits that his time at Anfield could come to an end if the club owners see it fit.

In explaining why he had left Raheem Sterling on the bench for Liverpool's final league game of the season, Brendan Rodgers commented that, because of the speculation swirling around his young forward, there were "other players who were more focused on the game." Even with the ongoing contract saga enveloping him, one has to wonder exactly what was in Sterling's mind to make it less focused than the XI that went on to lose 6-1 to Stoke.

"I've always said if the owners want me to go, I go," said Rodgers...

Liverpool beat Milan to UCL in 2005: One night in Istanbul remembered

Steven Gerrard kisses the 2005 trophy after a stunning comeback to defeat AC Milan in the Champions League final.

Ten years ago today, one of the greatest matches in the history of football was played as Liverpool came back from 3-0 down at half-time in the 2005 Champions League final against AC Milan to win 3-2 on penalties.

Goals from Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso saw the Reds come back in Istanbul before goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek turned hero in the shootout. Here, ESPN FC's Liverpool bloggers revisit that day.

Sum up your memories of that day

Dave Usher: I watched it in Liverpool city centre...

 By David Usher

Steven Gerrard and Jordon Ibe best for Liverpool on a disastrous day vs. Stoke

Stoke crashed Steven Gerrard's Premier League farewell party with an astonishing 6-1 victory.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits that his time at Anfield could come to an end if the club owners see it fit.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth recaps who clinched Europa League positions and how they did on the final Sunday of the season.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Peter Crouch (86') Stoke 6-1 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Steven Gerrard (70') Stoke 5-1 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Steven N'Zonzi (45') Stoke 5-0 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Charlie Adam (41') Stoke 4-0 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Jon Walters (30') Stoke 3-0 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Mame Diouf (26') Stoke 2-0 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Mame Diouf (22') Stoke 1-0 Liverpool

Liverpool's players served up a shameful display on the final day of the season as they slumped to an embarrassing 6-1 defeat at Stoke City. The result sees the Reds drop one place to end the season in sixth. Brendan Rodgers had claimed in the build up to Sunday's game that he was "150 percent certain" his job was safe but he may have spoken too soon based on the evidence of this shambolic performance. It looked for all the world that the players had completely quit on him as they incredibly found...

 By Mike Whalley

Brendan Rodgers' job at Liverpool still safe after loss to Stoke - sources

The ESPN FC panel discuss Brendan Rodgers' future at Liverpool, and believe he is not capable enough to manage the club.

Brendan Rodgers' position as Liverpool manager remains secure despite the embarrassment of Sunday's 6-1 Premier League defeat at Stoke.

Rodgers acknowledged after the match -- which brought the club's heaviest defeat since 1963 -- that his job could be under threat.

But the manager's future will not be on the agenda when he takes part in an annual end-of-season review with American owners Fenway Sports Group, sources have told ESPN FC.

Both FSG and Rodgers will be seeking answers to the problems...