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Thursday, March 26, 2015

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The Liverpool defender says that his three-match ban for violent conduct "feels strange" and insists that he does not feel guilty for his collision with the Manchester United star
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The Brazilian playmaker has enjoyed a superb season for the Reds but remains determined to improve his goalscoring record, having hit just 13 in 92 games for the club

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

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The Liverpool centre-back faces three weeks on the sidelines after red card appeal for stamping on Manchester United's David de Gea is turned down by the Football Association.
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The Slovakia international has contested the judgement made by the English governing body but could not resist suggesting the organisation is not fit to administer the game

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

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The Liverpool defender appeared to plant his foot on the Spaniard's leg in the closing stages of the club's 2-1 defeat at Anfield but is to appeal his punishment
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The race for a CL finish in the Premier League took another turn at the weekend with Louis van Gaal's side claiming a vital win over their nearest challengers Liverpool
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The Italian was set to confront Chris Smalling before Liverpool fan Shaun Leatherbarrow, who was sitting in the front row, calmed the Italian down

Monday, March 23, 2015

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The 67-year-old has outlined plans to increase the number of home-grown players in squads and believes the emergence of Harry Kane is a fine example of breakthrough English talent
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The Liverpool defender appeared to plant his foot on the Manchester United goalkeeper's leg in the closing stages of Sunday's clash and has now been reprimanded
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Goal takes a look at the former England captain's career sendings-off following his dramatic red in the defeat to Louis van Gaal's side
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While Steven Gerrard stole the headlines, his coach hailed his goals in the 2-1 win at Anfield as United move five points clear of their rivals in the race for fourth place
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REFEREE'S COLUMN: The Liverpool centre-back may face FA action over his stamp on David De Gea, while Phil Jones should have been dismissed for a foul on Jordan Henderson

Sunday, March 22, 2015

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The Reds midfielder was dismissed less than a minute after coming on as a half-time substitute during the clash with Manchester United, much to his coach's disappointment
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The Dutchman was effusive in his praise of his side after their 2-1 win at Anfield, as Juan Mata's brace moved Manchester United five points clear of the Reds in the league
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COMMENT: The Liverpool captain's post-match contrition does not make up for a terrible lapse in judgement that should not overshadow the Man Utd midfielder's wonderful goal
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Manchester United claimed all three points from Anfield after a whirlwind 90 minutes of action - Goal takes a look back at the key events from the titanic Premier League clash
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The Liverpool midfielder was dismissed just 38 seconds after coming on as a substitute on Sunday as Brendan Rodgers' side's top four hopes were dealt a big blow
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A masterful double from Juan Mata punished the 10-man hosts, as Steven Gerrard was sent-off seconds after his introduction and Wayne Rooney missed a late penalty