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Jurgen Klopp says he could praise Roberto Firmino's performance against Arsenal "for half an hour".
Thauvin to return to France, Messi and Pep to United, Prem clubs in for Kroos, Liverpool want Odegaard.
There are two versions of Brendan Rodgers: the figure of fun, and the promising coach. Which will return?
Olivier Giroud and Joel Campbell were both excellent, but it was Roberto Firmino who stole the show
Jurgen Klopp has likened his side to a 'battery' after the pulsating 3-3 draw with Arsenal.
The ordinary player with the extraordinary fuss salvages a late point in an excellent game at Anfield.
"Mario's comments were an indication that we will have to sit down at some point." says Sammer.
Harry Redknapp believes Zinedine Zidane could emulate Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish at Real Madrid.
Kolo Toure has explained the origins of his patented 'salmon tackle'. It's not as bad as it sounds, folks.
"I was on the receiving end of a battering from Liverpool. I know what they’re capable of." Ha.
The Liverpool boss wants to force the opposition into playing long balls that need heading.
Liverpool have confirmed the signing of Steven Caulker on a season-long loan from Queens Park Rangers.
Some club-record transfers go as planned. Others, not so much. Here are five of the worst...
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