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GUARDIAN – Jonn Barnes at Anfield, Wladimir Klitschko in action and cricket gaming

Liverpool’s Hillsborough tribute, Klitschko faces ‘the Lionheart’, BBC celebrations and motors hit the track, here’s this week’s …Planned by the Hillsborough Family Support Group (HFSG) the “Celebration of the 96″ on Mondayis intended to remember those who died at Hillsborough and at its heart will be a game between ex-Liverpool greats (BT Sport 1, 1.30pm). The home team will be manged by Kenny Dalglish and include Jamie Carragher, Ian Rush, Robbie Fowler, Steve McManaman, Peter Beardsley and John Barnes, while the internationals, managed by Grard Houllier, will feature Luis Garca, Markus Babbel, Jan Molby, Dietmar Hamann and Vladimir Smicer. Proceeds from the event will be split between the HFSG and the Liverpool FC foundation. Continue reading…

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GUARDIAN – Norwich City v Liverpool: match preview

This match is the calm between the storms for Liverpool coming as it does after the win against Manchester City and before the visit of Chelsea, yet it is equally important for Brendan Rodgers’ title-chasing side. Luis Surez will relish the occasion given he has scored 11 times in his past four games against Norwich, who will be managed at home for the first time by Neil Adams. Sachin NakraniKick-off Sunday midday Continue reading…

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GUARDIAN – Liverpool 1-0 Manchester City | Women’s Super League match report

Liverpool 1-0 Manchester CityThe reigning WSL champions, Liverpool Ladies, launched their title defence with a 1-0 win over ambitious newcomers Manchester City Women.Liverpool’s England striker Natasha Dowie, who finished as top scorer in the league last season, made the breakthrough on the 70-minute mark, running on to a long pass from Lucy Bronze and firing out of the reach of City’s goalkeeper Andie Worrall. Continue reading…

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GUARDIAN – Kenny Dalglish: Liverpool have always been very humble winners

Three key figures in Liverpool’s 1990 championship triumph Kenny Dalglish, Roy Evans and Ian Rush recall a landmark season and assess the title chances of the current sideLiverpool are four wins from ending their 24-year wait for a 19th league title after beating Manchester City on Sunday. Three members of the 1990 champions the manager, Kenny Dalglish, the first-team coach, Roy Evans, and the striker Ian Rush met ahead of their involvement in Monday’s “Celebration of the 96″ event at Anfield to reminisce and to assess the title prospects of Brendan Rodgers’ team. Continue reading…

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