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Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes his side deserve their return to Wembley ahead of Sunday's 2012 Carling Cup final against Cardiff.

The Scotsman said the club had a "huge opportunity" to make their season a success and win their first silverware for six years.

England caretaker manager Stuart Pearce has suggested he could take charge of the Three Lions at Euro 2012, highlighting his international experience.

Terry Connor- former Wolves Mick McCarthy's assistant - has been appointed as his successor, following a "farcical" search for a new manager at Molineux.


Chelsea have joined the race for Werder Bremen winger Marko Marin, with Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal also interested. (Footy Bunker)

Arsenal and Tottenham target Chris Samba is in talks with Anzhi Makhachkala, with the Russian transfer window closing today. (BBC)

And finally, Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo has refused to rule out a return to Manchester United in the future. (

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