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Liverpool must repay £31.5 million to banking institutions in little zaidi than a mwaka au risk having to sell Fernando Torres and Ryan Babel.

The Times has learnt that Liverpool borrowed the money to sign Torres, the Spain mbele who has scored 30 goals this season and has already become a firm favourite on the Kop, from Atlético Madrid last summer. The club then refinanced that debt on January 25, at the same time as they secured a £350 million refinancing package.

Liverpool entered into an 18-month loan agreement with interest of 9 per cent — £2.8 million a mwaka — with a letter of...
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The buildup to this game was dominated kwa the very public fallout in the Liverpool boardroom. Reds manager Rafa Benitez, who made three changes from the midweek Champions League victory over Arsenal, had to do without the suspended Javier Mascherano, while Daniel Agger, Harry Kewell and Jermaine Pennant were all injured.

Jason Roberts passed a late fitness test for Blackburn, and started up-front alongside Roque Santa Cruz. David Dunn was only fit enough to sit on the bench.

There was a dakika silence before the game to mark the nineteenth anniversary of the Hillsborough Disaster, when 96 Liverpool...
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Liverpool mbele Fernando Torres has backed coach Rafael Benitez to remain at the club “for a long time”.

Benitez will decide on his Liverpool future once the Champions League campaign is over as club chief executive Rick Parry signalled he wants to clear the air with the Reds manager.

The Spanish coach has expressed his shock after learning that Parry was present when American co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett met Jurgen Klinsmann in November.

But despite the troubles behind the scenes at Anfield, Torres praised his compatriot for how he has adapted to the added strains of English football...
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IF THERE is a better partnership in English football at the moment than Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres I certainly haven’t seen it.

The fact that they have both been nominated for PFA player of the mwaka speaks volumes about what a wonderful season they have both had and everyone connected with Liverpool should be delighted to have them.

The PFA awards are the most prestigious in this country as far as the players are concerned because they are voted for kwa your peers in the game.

Clearly, there are many players in England who think that Gerrard and Torres are up there with the very best and I would definitely agree with that.

We saw again at the weekend just how good they are when both of them got their names on the score sheet against Blackburn at Anfield.