Both have long since been extinguished, but the regret remains. "I remember the goal," says the Liverpool manager, now tasked with gaining revenge against a Burnley side increasingly accomplished, under Owen Coyle, as top-flight performers. "It was a bad time. There are bad memories, a lot of them from this game, but you have to take the positives even in a situation like that.
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