Round-up from around the web.

A quick look at a few Liverpool-related stories avaialble to read on the internet right now.

Ex-red Kevin Keegan today left Manchester City "by mutual consent". The
BBC are one site that hint at Keegan’s departure leaving the way open
for City to cash in on Shaun Wright-Phillips. Liverpool are linked
amongst other clubs as being interested.

Also on the BBC site is a story pointing out there could be trouble
over the 4th English place in next season’s Champions League. If
Liverpool won the Champions League and Everton finished fourth in the
Premiership, it would be up to the FA to decide which team went into
the competition next year. According to UEFA, the maximum number of
teams allowed in the competition from one country is four. If this is happens (if) expect law-suits a plenty.

The Liverpool Echo claim an exclusive that Didi Hamman’s offer of a new
contract has been withdrawn after the German midfielder failed to sign
the deal as quickly as Rafael Benitez would have liked. According to
the article, Hamman must now prove he’s still worth a new deal before
the end of the season.

The official site continue to mix news stories with advertising, and
today they are offering the chance to win a signed Steven Gerrard
shirt. The catch? You need to be an Orange phone user, and you need to
download a wallpaper from the LiverpoolFC.TV pages on the Orange 3G /
WAP portal. As nice as these wallpapers are, they’re probably a little
overpriced at three english pounds each. You can always design your own
on your own PC when the boss is in a meeting and email it to your
phone. Or download a picture from the net – check rules on the page you
get the image from though, there may be copyright issues. Still want
that signed shirt though? Well if you’re an Orange subscriber there are
some "Terms and Conditions" listed, and if you can read down it far
enough you’ll see "No Purchase Necessary" and the chance to win is also
available by sending a postcard to a specified address. Not Anfield

Also on the official site is a great interview with Rafael Benitez –
about his trip to the pub! As you may already know, Rafa went into an
Irish bar in Germany intending to watch the second half of Chelsea’s
Champions League game on Tuesday night. Before too long he found he was
surrounded by Liverpool fans, taking photos with their mobiles and
singing his name. He expresses his delight at the warmth shown by those
supporters in an article well worth a read.