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Morning Report: April 11

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Andy Carroll scored a dramatic injury time winner last night as Liverpool beat Blackburn to give the Reds their first win in five league games.

Kenny Dalglish hailed the commitment of his side, admitting the result will give the squad a lift ahead of Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Everton.

Roberto Mancini has insisted the title race is not over, despite his side trailing league leaders United by eight points with six games remaining.

Elsewhere, Tottenham captain Ledley King has played down talk of a crisis at the club, with Spurs stuttering in the race to finish in the top four.

TRANSFER NEWS

In today's transfer news, Robin van Persie is reportedly ready to turn down a big money move to Manchester City and stay with Arsenal. (The Times)

Real Madrid are lining up a move for Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic, with the Serbian defender impressing this season. (Daily Mirror)

And finally, the future of young Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba remains unresolved, with the Frenchman yet to sign a new contract. (The Times)

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