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Liverpool 1-0 West Brom

A fantastic volley from Fernando Torres settled a tight Premiership encounter yesterday and saw the Reds first league win of the campaign. The Spanish striker really should have doubled his tally and a penalty claim was waved away though the Reds often looked laboured during the 90 minutes.   It is to be hoped expected additions to the Anfield squad list - recently made, soon to ....


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Blues Frustrate Reds In 4th Spot Setback

Liverpool were frustrated by Birmingham City at St Andrews yesterday, a 1-1 draw further denting their ambitions to chase down the fourth Champions League spot in the Premiership table. Rafael Benitez had one eye on Thursdays crucial second leg against Benfica but still fielded captain Steven Gerrard, who grabbed the opener only to be cancelled out by Liam Ridgewell nine minutes ....


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Reds Crash Out To Royals Aet

Liverpool were knocked out of the FA Cup by Reading after Shane Long's header sent them out in extra time at Anfield tonight. New signing Maxi Rodriguez was in the crowd and the home side sorely missed his creativity in a first half dominated by the visitors, and yet the Reds went in 1-0 up at half-time thanks to a freak own goal from former Red Stephen Wright. Article continues ....


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Strikers See Of Latics For Confidence-boosting Win

Liverpool fended off Wigan at Anfield today thanks to goals from David N'Gog and suib Fernando Torres, taking them to sixth in the Premiership and keeping them in touch with the race for fourth spot. N'Gog beat Chris Kirkland to the ball and headed home from Fabio Aurelio's cross and sub Torres eventually back-heeled in from close range before Charles N'Zogbia grabbed a consolation for ....


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Reds Title Charge Seemingly Over After Gunners Defeat

Liverpool's terrible month continues as they were defeated 2-1 by Arsenal at Anfield earlier today, Dirk Kuyt's goal ruled out by a Glen Johnson own goal and another Anfield strike from Andrey Arshavin. Liverpool now sit in seventh in the Premiership table and are 13 points adrift of leaders Chelsea. Article continues here... Advertisement     After ....


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Gilardino Puts The Icing On Already Sour Cake

Liverpool ended a miserable Champions League campaign with a 2-1 home defeat to Fiorentina after Alberto Gilardino's last minute winner this evening. Yossi Benayoun headed the Reds in front just before half-time from a Steven Gerrard free-kick. Article continues here... Advertisement     But winger Martin Jorgensen put the visitors level after the ....


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Reds Bounce Back With Derby Victory

Goals from Dirk Kuyt and a Joseph Yobo own goal gave Liverpool a 2-0 victory in the Merseyside derby today lifting the Reds to fifth in the Premiership and ending a poor week for the club on a high. Javier Mascherano had a hand in both goals, his strike deflecting heavily off Yobo for the opener just after ten minutes and late on Kuyt tapped home after Tim Howard could only parry Albert Reira's ....


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More Injuries And Dropped Points In City Draw

Liverpool played out a frustrating 2-2 draw with Manchester City at Anfield yesterday, losing further ground on the league leaders Chelsea and suffering two more injuries. Martin Skrtel's first Reds goal was ruled out by Emanuel Adebayor and Stephen Irleand, leaving Yossi Benayoun to eqaulise and save a point for the home side. Article continues ....


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N'gog Contraversy Adds To Reds' Blues

Liverpool salvaged a 2-2 draw at home to Birmingham City this evening thanks to a suspect challenge on David N'Gog from Lee Carsley that allowed Steven Gerrard to score from the spot. The Frenchman started the game brightly and opened the scoring by volleying in on twleve minutes. Article continues here... Advertisement   But the visitors hit back and ....


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Draw Not Enough For Reds As Progression Snatched Away

Liverpool failed in their last ditch attempt to stay in the Champions League with a 1-1 draw at Lyon, with Lisandro Lopez's injury time goal ruling out Ryan Babel's drive. Lopez pounced on defensive indecision to cooly slot past Pepe Reina in the 91st minute after substitute Babel's cut in and powerful drive had got the travelling Reds fans dreaming. The draw still means there is a mathematical ....


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Liverpool Bag Against Odds Win Over United

Liverpool pulled off a 2-0 victory over old enemies Manchester United at Anfield today as goals from Fernando Torres and David N'Gog saw off the Premiership holders and clinched the Reds' first win in five games. Javier Mascherano saw red for the hosts after two yellow cards and for the visitors Nemanja Vidic suffered the same fate. Article continues ....


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Lyon Defeat Adds Insult To Gerrard's Injury

Liverpool crashed 2-1 at home to Lyon in tonight's Champions League tie and lost captain Steven Gerrard to injury, making him a doubt for Sunday's crunch Premiership tie against Manchester United. Gerrard hobbled off on 25 minutes with a suspected reoccurence of his groin injury and could now miss the weekend showdown. Article continues ....


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Beach Ball Bounce Brings Three Points To Black Cats

A freak goal for Sunderland's Darren Bent that deflected past Pepe Reina via a beach ball that had bounced onto the pitch from the away fans' end condemned Liverpool to a 1-0 defeat at the Stadium of Light. Missing both Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres the Liverpool side looked disjointed and it was defence that Rafa Benitez's side looked suspect. Article continues ....


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Liverpool Romp To Hull Demolition

Liverpool trounced Hull City 6-1 at Anfield today to announce their arrival in the league's top three for the first time this season- with Fernando Torres starring with a hat-trick. Ryan Babel's brace and a Steven Gerrad cross-shot made Geovanni's strike forgettable after the former Man City midfielder had pulled the visitors level. Article continues ....


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N'gog Winner Scrapes Reds Through

Liverpool defeated Leeds 1-0 in their Carling Cup third round tie thanks to a scrappy goal from David N'gog as a second string side failed to make chances pay at Elland Road. The young Frenchman capitalised on slow Leeds defending that allowed him to stay onside, latching on to a mis-shot from Javier Mascherano before turning and slotting home. Article continues ....


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Torres And Kuyt See Off Spirited Hammers

Liverpool are up to third after winning their fourth Premier League game in six despite West Ham twice fighting back to draw level. Fernando Torres scored twice as Liverpool held off a brave fightback from the Hammers. Article continues here... Advertisement Torres put the Reds in front in the 19th minute with a superb solo goal but Alessandro Diamanti levelled from the penalty spot on his debut. Dirk Kuyt restored Liverpool's lead in the 40th ....


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Kuyt Gets Champions League Campaign Off To Winning Start

Dirk Kuyt's rebound strike just before half-time sealed a narrow win for Liverpool in their Champions League group match against Debrecen. Fernando Torres' effort was saved by away 'keeper Vukasin Rodomir Poleksic and Kuyt was on hand to score from a similar position to his goal at Burnley at the weekend. Article continues here... Advertisement The home side ....


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Liverpool Stroll To Burnley Success

Liverpool hit Burnley for four as Yossi Benayoun hit an Anfield hat-trick, the Reds securing a comfortable win that showed their progression from last season. Dirk Kuyt also got himself on the scoresheet as the Reds defeated Burnley as opposed to recording one of the strugglnig draws that pegged back their title dreams last season. Article continues ....


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Reds Bounce Back With A Comeback Classic

Liverpool returned to winning ways today as they came from behind to defeat Bolton Wanderers 3-2 at the Reebok stadium today, Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres and Glen Johnson grabbing the goals. Manager Rafael Benitez had to face questions over his side's title challenge this season after losing two of their opening three league games but his side bounced back from a Kevin Davies opener and a ....


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Anfield Revenge Mission Ends In Rout

Liverpool saw off the threat of Stoke City 4-0 at Anfield this evening, taking revenge for Tony Pulis' side taking four points off them last year- Fernando Torres got off the mark, and there were goals Glen Johnson, David N'Gog and Dirk Kuyt. The game came after press speculation that Rafael Benitez was again under pressure due to board room issues but this was swept aside but a display full of ....


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Spurs Defenders Sink 'pool On Sloppy Opening Day

The 2009/10 Premiership season began poorly for Liverpool as they were beaten 2-1 at White Hart Lane by Harry Redknapp's side, defenders Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Sebastien Bassong scoring for the home side and cancelling out Steven Gerrard's penalty. Debutant Glen Johnson won the spot kick but it was not enough as Asso-Ekotto screamed home from 25 yards and Bassong headed home from a Luka Modric ....


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Madrid Defeat Adds To Defensive Woes

Liverpool were defeated 2-1 in their final pre-season game at Anfield by Athletico Madrid, and were dealt another blow when Jamie Carragher was forced off with an ankle injury yesterday- putting the defender at risk of missing next week's season opener. Goals from Sergio Aguero and Diego Forlan cancelled out Lucas' late consolation, but Carragher was forced off within the first quarter of ....


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Reds Secure First Pre-season Win

Liverpool convincingly beat Singapore 5-0 to record their first win of the pre-season campaign, goals from Fernando Torres, Krisztian Nemeth, Andriy Voronin and Albert Reira. After draws with Thailand, Tranmere and St. Gallen and a defeat to Rapid Vienna the win will come as a relief to Rafae Benitez's side, whose comfortable victory gets them off the mark this season. Article ....


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