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Liverpool produce stunning fightback to down Dortmund

Liverpool added another fairytale comeback to their history books as they fought back from 3-1 down against Borussia Dortmund. 

Manuel Pellegrini gladdened by Stevan Jovetic display

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini heralded Stevan Jovetic`s perseverance after the Montenegrin striker scored twice in the Premier League champions` 3-1 win at home to Liverpool.

Liverpool new boy Mario Balotelli glad to be back

Mario Balotelli said he was glad to be back in the Premier League after the controversial Italy striker completed his £16 million ($26.5 million, 20.1 million euros) move to Liverpool on Monday.

Liverpool gamble on mischief-maker Balotelli to replace Suarez

Having just waved goodbye to a player who constantly courted controversy, Liverpool rolled out the welcome mat to Mario Balotelli on Monday, whose maverick if inconsistent talent is perhaps only rivalled by his ability to cause mischief.

EPL: Manchester City vs Liverpool - Preview

Manchester City and Liverpool will renew their rivalry beneath the Etihad Stadium floodlights on Monday in the first major head-to-head encounter of the fledgling Premier League season.

Mario Balotelli gives Liverpool added fervour

Italy and former AC Milan controversial striker Mario Balotelli, provides Liverpool an added zeal in the attack, just what the Reds had been looking for after the departure of Luis Suarez. Balotelli is set to complete a £16m move to the Anfield club from the San Siro giants on Monday. The valuation of the deal has been a highlight of the summer transfer window, it`s a sheer bargain!

Liverpool were unable to deal with pressure in title race last year: Manuel Pellegrini

Manchester City football team boss Manuel Pellegrini has said that Liverpool could not deal with the pressure in last year`s Premier League title race.

Balotelli will not disrupt Anfield dressing room, says Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insisted Friday no player would be allowed to disturb the "fantastic environment" at Anfield as the Reds appeared to close in on signing controversial striker Mario Balotelli.

Pellegrini predicts Balotelli success at Liverpool

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini said Friday that Mario Balotelli could be the "perfect fit" for Liverpool but that the Reds would still miss star striker Luis Suarez.

Mario Balotelli exit a sign of the times for fallen giants Milan

Mario Balotelli`s departure from AC Milan for Liverpool provoked few tears among Italian football fans with many saying `good riddance` to the controversial striker.

Conduct clause key to Mario Balotelli move, says report

Mario Balotelli will have to agree to Liverpool`s code of conduct if his proposed £16 million ($27 million, 20 million euros) transfer from AC Milan is to be completed, according to reports in the British press on Friday.

Champions Man City host title pretenders Liverpool

Liverpool`s regrets about missing out on a first English league title for 24 years last season will be stronger than ever on Monday when they visit champions Manchester City, who pipped them by two points.

Paul Scholes `scared` about Manchester United`s future

Manchester United great Paul Scholes has said he is scared about the club`s future and believes they could spiral into decline in the same way rivals Liverpool did in the 1990s.

Neymar, Messi on target as Suarez makes Barca debut

Luis Suarez made his first appearance for Barcelona after his move from Liverpool for a reported 95 million euros (£75 million, $127 million) as the Catalans hammered Mexican side Club Leon 6-0 in a friendly on Monday.

Michael Owen sees good times ahead for United and Liverpool

Manchester United will return to the top four of the Premier League this season but it is only Liverpool that can challenge for the title, according to former England striker Michael Owen who played for both clubs.

Luis Suarez is a good boy, says Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said that Luis Suarez is a good boy. Despite all the troubles associated with his former striker, Rodgers had always held the Uruguayan in high esteem.