JAMIE REDKNAPP'S VIEW
"There will be a lot of regrets in that dressing room but they should be proud of their performances. There is pride back in that stadium and, with the football they have played, the manager has done a great job.
"When you get so close and it gets away from you, it is very difficult but they should take the positives from what they have done, because they have been a joy to watch. There have been a lot of years I have gone to Anfield since I retired and, even when they have been successful, the football has not always been great but Rodgers has got them playing really good football."
STAR MAN: LUIS SUAREZ
Jamie says: "Deserves all the accolades that are coming his way"
Suarez's total of 31 goals in the Premier League this season made him comfortably the top goalscorer while only his Liverpool captain, Steven Gerrard, produced more assists than the Uruguayan's collection of 12. It is all the more impressive Anfield's No.7 achieved those feats given he missed the first five games of the campaign through suspension.
FANZONE - By Richard Garnett
There are too many highs to mention them all; the form and goals of Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, the emergence of Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson, the return of beautiful, free-flowing football, the demolition of Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United and the victory over Manchester City. Liverpool are back. But after 11 straight victories, the 2-0 defeat by Chelsea at Anfield was a sickening result and effectively handed City the title. The implosion at Selhurst Park a week later would probably have never even materialised had Liverpool gained just a point against Chelsea.