Bonanza for last-gasp Liverpool

Following their Champions League victories, Liverpool and Arsenal join Chelsea and Manchester United in the lucrative group stages, writes Linda Maher.

30th August, 2008

Following their Champions League victories, Liverpool and Arsenal join Chelsea and Manchester United in the lucrative group stages, writes Linda Maher.

Liverpool may have dominated the headlines in the summer transfer window with their signing of Robbie Keane and their attempted signing of Gareth Barry, but it was one of their older boys who spared their Champions League blushes last Wednesday.

After nearly three-and-a-half hours of goalless football against Standard Liége, Dirk Kuyt’s goal finally...

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