Jordan Henderson’s particular final in Madrid

When Liverpool walk out to the pitch of the Wanda Metropolitano on Saturday it is likely that Jordan Henderson will lead the team out in his second Champions League final - becoming only the fourth English player to captain a side in two Champions League finals, after Emlyn Hughes, John McGovern and Steven Gerrard. And while there are several sidestories in this final, the Sunderland-born 28 year-old probably has the ...

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The big Harry Wilson conundrum: Should Liverpool sell high?

There's one more game to go this season and after the Champions League final we all say goodbye to our beautiful reds for about a month or so. However, planning for next season is already a big talking point amongst supporters and there's one name on everyone's lips: Harry Wilson. While our squad prepare themselves for June 1st, Harry Wilson continues his exploits in the Championship, helping Derby reach the playoff ...

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Scouting Liverpool a new striker in the Bundesliga

With Daniel Sturridge set to leave Liverpool in the summer, Divock Origi's future uncertain, Dominic Solanke being sold to Bournemouth and young Rhian Brewster coming back from a difficult injury, Jürgen Klopp is nailed on to look for a new attacker in the summer, presumably a striker. At the moment, Mohamed Salah is being used as a number nine and Roberto Firmino can play there too, but both should be, ...

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Don’t Take Salah’s Greatness for Granted

For the past couple of years, Liverpool have been blessed with a plethora of attacking talent. From Fernando Torres to Luis Suarez alongside Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling or the brazilian duo of Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino supporting the man from Senegal, Sadio Mane, there's been lots of great moments of individual and collective brilliance to remember. On the other side of the pitch, however, Liverpool fans had been ...

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LFC Advent Calendar 20 – Javier Mascherano

Javier Mascherano arrived on controversial terms in Merseyside – a process which included battles with FIFA and the Premier League over his registration - after a torrid six-month spell where he spent most of his time on the bench or the stands while his West Ham teammates fought a relegation battle. Add that to the fact that he was being coached by Alan Pardew and he'd be excused if he ...

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