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Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre says that the use of social media by players is a problem for clubs.

Kolo Toure is calling on Liverpool to provide an immediate response to their 0-0 draw with Sunderland when they welcome FC Basel next week for an all-or-nothing Champions League showdown.

Budding local defender Connor Randall is the latest player to feature in our weekly Meet the Academy series, which seeks to shed further light on the aspiring talents developing their potential at the club's Kirkby youth base.

Alberto Moreno and Philippe Coutinho return to Liverpool's starting line-up for this afternoon's clash with Sunderland at Anfield.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says his side have to up their game in the absence of 34-year-old captain Steven Gerrard.

Steven Gerrard scored his first Liverpool goal on this day 15 years ago - but which of the 176 that followed makes it into our Kop 10 countdown? And which is the best he's ever scored?

Kolo Toure today reflected on the prospect of nine matches in just 31 days for Liverpool and declared: "Bring it on!"

Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli is charged by the Football Association over a controversial Instagram message.

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Liverpool and Sunderland.

Brendan Rodgers provided an update on the fitness of his Liverpool squad today as he previewed Saturday's home clash against Sunderland, with news on the condition of four players.

Rickie Lambert admits he's come a long way from cheering on Steven Gerrard as a supporter to latching onto the midfielder's passes and celebrating crucial goals with the captain.

Jordan Henderson says a Liverpool without Steven Gerrard would be "unimaginable".

Although a win for the team is always his main priority, Jordan Henderson admitted he wants to continue to provide goals for Liverpool after capping a 3-1 result against Leicester City on Tuesday night.

The full-time whistle had barely been blown on a 3-1 Liverpool triumph at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday night before goalscorer Adam Lallana was considering the prospect of finishing the week with a third straight victory.