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Klopp and his Beatles move on from ‘Yesterday’

The wait was long and painful, from the endless jokes to that Steven Gerrard slip. But after 30 years Liverpool are finally Premier League champions of England

The age of schadenfreude is at its prime

The plot sickens with Liverpool forced to sit on the sidelines rooting for the failure of a rival team

Liverpool, England’s shambolic best hope

​No one remembers how Liverpool got to the 2005 Champions League final.Successfully coming back from 3-0 down is where the story begins and ends

Steven Gerrard ‘in talks’ over Liverpool return

Steven Gerrard is reportedly in talks with Jürgen Klopp over a possible return to Liverpool, ending the former captain's spell with LA Galaxy early.

Mourinho jokes about Gerrard loan deal

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho told BBC radio he'd rather the Premier League keep its top players than see the likes of Steven Gerrard head to the US.

Gerrard criticises ‘political decision’ to exclude Suarez from Ballon d’Or

The Ballon d'Or shortlist of 23 footballers didn't include the former Liverpool striker, who scored 31 goals last season but was banned for biting.

Liverpool offers Gerrard contract to 2016

English football club Liverpool will offer captain Steven Gerrard a new contract to keep him at Anfield for at least the next two years.

Liverpool come from behind to beat Aston Villa

Steven Gerrard's penalty sealed a second-half turnaround by Liverpool in a 2-1 win over relegation-threatened Aston Villa on Sunday.

Liverpool’s Gerrard still has a lot left in the tank

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes there is plenty to come from Steven Gerrard as he prepares to make his 600th appearance for the club.

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