Champions League Ticket Ban Warning Masking a Common Problem

The announcement made by both Tottenham and Liverpool in relation to handing out bans for supporters found touting their so-called golden tickets for the Champions League final was a welcome move even if it merely represents a token gesture. Following Tottenham’s announcement that three of their supporters were being banned for selling on secondary sites seeking a significant profit on the face value of the ticket, BBC Merseyside closely followed ...

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That night in Anfield

Greatest comeback ever ? Abso darn lutely ! We’re going to Madrid. Well ladies and gentlemen I still can’t believe what I witnessed, I’m lost in this feeling of pure euphoria and to be brutally honest I hope it doesn’t go away. Our team of beautiful beings have given us a night to remember for the rest of our lives. I can’t help but actually have a little laugh to myself, in my last ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

After 37 grueling game weeks, we've finally arrived at the last league fixture of the season. The Reds previous 3-2 victory against Newcastle means that the fate of the league title is very much up in the air. Playing at the same time as rivals Manchester City, the Merseysiders know that they've to be in a position to capitalise on any slip-up. Wolves however will not simply roll over, and ...

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Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona: Simply Glorious!

I generally hate using worn out phrases, but to call a clash between Liverpool and Barcelona in a Champions League semifinal in this particular moment in time anything other than a final before the final would simply be wrong. Barcelona arrived on Merseyside, carrying an undeserved three-goal advantage from the first leg, and that, combined with the quality they possess and the notable absences in the Liverpool team, made the task ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Barcelona

Undone by the brilliance of Lionel Messi, Liverpool have a mountain to climb in the 2nd leg of the semi-finals. Against one of the best teams in the world, the Reds will have to be at their 110% to stand a chance of progressing. Trying to overturn a 3-0 deficit is undoubtedly hard, but if there's one team that's able to do it it's Liverpool. With the Merseysiders hoping to call ...

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Klopp and Liverpool Seek the Power of Anfield

As the dust settles following a a 3-0 defeat for Liverpool in Barcelona, it might be hard to find any positives in the immediate aftermath but on another night, had the finishing been there, it could easily have been 3-3 ahead of Tuesday’s 2nd leg. Barcelona won’t think the job is done.. they took a 3 goal lead from the Nou Camp to Rome in last year’s quarter final and ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Huddersfield

Securing a vital 2-0 away win at Cardiff, the Reds will welcome Huddersfield Town on Friday night. Rooted dead last in the table and their relegation fate sealed long ago, the Terriers aren't expected to pose much of a trouble. Still, the Merseysiders will approach this game with caution, knowing that any slip will spell doom in their title chase. In view of the clash at Anfield, the following is the ...

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Liverpool 2-0 Chelsea: No Costly Slips This Time

The biggest (on paper) hurdle Liverpool were to face in the final 30 days of the Premier League season was Chelsea. Naturally, reminiscences from that fatal "Gerrard slip" were in high demand by the part of the football world extremely frightened of seeing Liverpool ending their 29-year long drought and lifting that elusive trophy. Just like five years ago, Liverpool entered this clash needing the points to stay on top of ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Chelsea

Securing a professional 2-0 victory at home to Porto on Tuesday, the Reds will now have to return to the pressure cooker of the title race. Long time foes Chelsea will be the opponents, and they remained Liverpool's strongest opponent in the title run in. Both teams desperately need a victory, be it for the title or to secure a top 4 finish. Ahead of the gargantuan clash between the two ...

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Can Liverpool Conquer all of Europe?

The road for 6th European title. Can we claim Ol’ Big Ears? Honest answer? Yes! I personally think that it would be remiss of people to think that we haven’t got the capabilities to claim our 6th European trophy this season and I’ll tell you why.   In the last round of the tournament we beat one of the most recent winners in the last decade, a team that’s got its fair share of World ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Porto

Emerging from an early scare to triumph Southampton, the Reds will have to take a break from their league pursuit to welcome Porto. The two sides last met in the previous Champions League campaign, with Liverpool prevailing 5-0 on aggregate. While this makes the Reds heavy favourites, Klopp will be taking nothing for granted. With that, let us preview Tuesday's European clash between both clubs. Return Of The "Brexit" Midfield After weeks of ...

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Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: Another Scare Survived

Liverpool welcomed Tottenham Hotspur to Anfield in the 32nd round of the Premier League season on Sunday. The importance for the Reds to do their best to win every game between now and the end of the season can hardly be exaggerated, and in any case, it doesn't need explaining at this point. The title race is finely balanced. Manchester City won their game away to Fulham on Saturday, so there ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur

After another international break, the Reds will resume domestic duties at the weekend. Tottenham will be the visiting team, and they'll be determined to clinch a result at Anfield. In what could make or break Liverpool's season, here's the preview for Sunday's game. 7 Games From Greatness "We are 10 games from greatness". That was what Gerard Houllier declared back in 2002. In many ways, there are many parallels between this title challenging ...

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Steven Gerrard – ‘Legend’ is an understatement

It's no news that LFC Legends and their AC Milan counterparts, had a go at each other for the LFC Foundation on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 2019. It ended 3-2 in favour of the Reds: and in very familiar fashion, it was a certain CaptainFantastic who scored a late winner for the club he loves. Watching the legends game brought back a rush of emotions. Seeing Gerrard having a go ...

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Liverpool 4-2 Burnley: The Reds Run Past the Clarets to Close Down the Gap

Liverpool hosted Burnely in the 30th round of the 2018/19 Premier League season, and a win was imperative for the Reds as they looked to close down the gap to league leaders Manchester City to one point again after the defending champions beat Watford on Saturday. Team News Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had made a brief return to action after 11 months out by playing 41 minutes of the U-23 team on Friday and ...

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Liverpool 5-0 Watford: Match Report

Just what was needed. Fans of the Reds had been forced to sit through two consecutive goalless draws, but that was very much not the case with the Hornets visiting. Sadio Mané opened the scoring for the home side just nine minutes into the match, heading home a sumptuous cross from young Trent Alexander-Arnold. After Mané nodded in the opener, you could feel a sense of calm echoing throughout Anfield. ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Watford

Securing a point at Old Trafford, Liverpool will head back to Anfield to prepare for Wednesday's game. Watford will be the visitors, and they'll be high on confidence having thrashed Cardiff 5-1. With Liverpool's lead at the top cut to just a single point, the team will be hoping to return to winning ways in front of their home crowd. In a must win game for the Reds, here's the ...

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Liverpool 0-0 Bayern Munich: Match Report

Having successfully gone through a very tough group, Liverpool welcomed German champions Bayern Munich to Anfield for the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 clash on Tuesday, February 19, 2019. Team News The biggest piece of team news for this clash, at least for Liverpool, was the unavailability of Virgil van Dijk. The Dutch centre-back was serving a one-match suspension. The magnitude of the problem becomes clearer when the ...

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Klopp’s Reds: Built to last

Why Liverpool should not be too despondent this season, if they get near, yet so far to the title once again. After Manchester City's demolition job over a spineless Chelsea side last weekend, former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness declared that the Reds would have to win each and every one of their remaining games, if they were to beat City to the title this season. The fiery Scot may not ...

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Liverpool 3-0 Bournemouth: Match Report

Liverpool surrendered their place at the top of the league to rivals Manchester City midweek on goal-difference, but the defending champions' win over Everton meant Liverpool now had a game in hand. It was Bournemouth who arrived to Anfield on Saturday, February 9, 2019. Very different from that of Liverpool, as well as Manchester City or any other Premier League club, the Cherries have been writing a remarkable story of their ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Bournemouth & Live Game Cafe!!!

Off the back of a second successive draw in as many matches, the Reds will be looking to get back to winning ways on Saturday. Bournemouth will be the visitors, with Eddie Howe's men determined to make up for their defeat to Cardiff. In the build up to the game at Anfield, here's the preview for both sides. Welcome Back Trent Missing from action since the 1-0 victory against Brighton in January, ...

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Liverpool 1-1 Leicester City: Match Report

Liverpool welcomed Leicester City to Anfield in what could yet prove a crucial moment of the Premier League season. It was the 24th game of the campaign for the two teams, with the Reds looking to take advantage of title rivals Manchester City taking a slap across the face at the north-east. Newcastle United, led by the great Rafa Benitez, had stunned the defending champions, and gave their manager's former ...

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Wolves at Home and the Willy Wonka Golden Ticket

Whilst not wanting to get too far ahead of ourselves, it's hard to not have one eye on 12th May 2019. The final fixture of the Premier League season, now just over 3 months away. There is still a lot of football to be played between now and then but there's significant hope and optimism amongst all reds supporters that this may finally be the year Liverpool lift the league ...

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Liverpool 4-3 Crystal Palace: Match Report

Having bounced back from a two-game losing streak by beating Brighton and Hove Albion, Liverpool welcomed Crystal Palace to Anfield on Saturday, January 19th, in what was to be a part of the 23rd round of the 2018/19 Premier League season. The Reds were looking to put seven points between themselves and second-place Manchester City once again, before the title holders played their game away to Huddersfield the next day. Team ...

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Clyne and Solanke’s departures are another sign of Liverpool’s progress

Liverpool's transfer activity is underway in January with Dominic Solanke and Nathaniel Clyne both departing the club for Eddie Howe's Bournemouth.  The news of either player's exit shouldn't come as any great surprise to Liverpool fans as both players were trapped on the periphery of Jurgen Klopp's plans and struggling for game time. What we can take from their departures is yet more evidence of just how far the squad has ...

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The Winter Window: Liverpool Must Remember Past Errors

For the third time in the history of the Premier League, Liverpool managed to lead the rankings at Christmas.  The verdict is pretty unanimous that this current crop of Reds is the finest assembled since 1990.  The results have been superb and the performances increasingly impressive as Liverpool have remained unbeaten in the league. A seven point lead has got so many fans jumping for joy and daring to dream, however ...

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Bobby Guns Down Arsenal – View from the Kop

It was to be another fantastic Saturday at Anfield as Liverpool closed off the year in some style much to the delight of the thousands packed inside the stadium. As the game approached, there was optmism as the Reds went into the game having won the last 8 league matches with a small err of caution as the last side to avoid defeat was Arsenal at the start of November. ...

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Liverpool 5-1 Arsenal: Match Report

In what was undoubtedly as a hugely important game for their hopes to clinch the ever illusive Premier League title, Liverpool welcomed Arsenal to Anfield in their last game of 2018. Both teams have had a terrific season, comparatively. As the Reds' march saw them achieve their best 19-game tally ever and sit top of the league, it has to be said that Arsenal have done a lot better than many ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Arsenal

Having demolished Newcastle 4-0 on Boxing Day, Liverpool will next welcome Arsenal to Anfield. The Gunners, who drew 1-1 with Brighton, will be looking for a result against the Reds. Able to field ace marksman Aubameyang, Arsenal are a dangerous side to face, one which Klopp knows well. Between two traditional heavyweights, we preview Saturday's game. Gunner's Duo Threat If Liverpool have anything to worry about, it has to be Arsenal's strike ...

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Liverpool 4-0 Newcastle: Match Report

They say it tends to get lonely at the top. Well, Liverpool were sitting pretty, four points ahead of Manchester City in second place, when our old friend Rafa Benitez came to visit on Boxing Day, 2018. Time had come to wrap the first half of the Premier League season up. Team News Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip were still out. Trent Alexander-Arnold was back after his foot injury, and ...

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Liverpool 3-1 Manchester United: Match Report

With the title race perfectly balanced at this point of the season, Liverpool welcomed their old foes Manchester United to Anfield in the middle of the very hectic month of December. A win would take the Reds back to the top of the Premier League table, while any other result promised the bragging rights to the mid-table visitors. Team News Jurgen Klopp was facing a few defensive issues. Joe Gomez was out ...

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European Progress Confirmed – View from the Kop

European nights at Anfield always have something special about them and as many lifelong reds will tell you, it’s very rare for Liverpool to do anything the easy way. Tuesday night came so close to being one of those nights where everything went against us, the missed chances that would have given us comfort that on any other night would probably have nestled in the net. The landscape at the club ...

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Liverpool 1-0 Napoli: Match Report

And so it came. The big show, the big European night at Anfield, one that would decide many things for the rest of the season. It was the last round of the Champions League group stage, a game that Liverpool had no alternative but to win in order to progress. And even that, in itself, wouldn't guarantee passage to the knockout stages. It had to be either a 1-0 win, ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Napoli

They may have smashed Bournemouth 4-0 on Saturday, but Liverpool have bigger fish to fry on Tuesday. After all, their Champions League fate hinges on the outcome of their final group game. Napoli will be the visiting team, with them eyeing 2nd spot in the group too. Winner takes it all, with only one able to progress into the knockouts. So bring out the popcorn, for it promises to be ...

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Liverpool 1-0 Everton: Match Report

After 13 rounds of Premier League football without a single defeat, the day at the start of December finally came when Liverpool welcomed Everton to Anfield in what was to be the first Merseyside Derby of the season. It's fair to say the Blues have had a good season too. They came into this game sitting in 6th place - ahead of Manchester United on goal-difference. Since taking over, manager Marco ...

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Liverpool v Everton – FOAR Writers’ Predictions

MERSEYSIDE DERBY Liverpool face one our biggest rivals Everton ahead of the infamous Merseyside Derby tomorrow. A clash of the Merseyside titans is set to offer a passionate contest for both teams who'll be going gung-ho for the win, always providing a hum-dinger type affair. Back at Anfield is always an advantage for us and Everton will have their work cut out to get the away win. This is the fixture both ...

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Reds keen to maintain record over blue neighbours

On Sunday afternoon, Liverpool will welcome Everton to Anfield aiming to maintain a fantastic record against their neighbours from across Stanley Park. Since a 1-0 defeat on 27th September 1999, courtesy of a Kevin Campbell strike inside the opening 5 minutes, Liverpool have remained undefeated in all competitions against Everton at Anfield. That game is probably more remembered for the 3 red cards which saw a good old-fashioned tussle between ...

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Liverpool, Serbia and the Autumn of 2018

From the moment Red Star Belgrade had been drawn in the Champions League group C together with Liverpool, to those of us following the Reds from Serbia it was immediately clear that the autumn of 2018 would be a special time. Dogma Long before the draw was made, the Official Liverpool Supporters Club in Serbia was granted the honour of hosting this year’s regional meeting of Liverpool fans. The usual suspects, namely ...

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Fear and groaning: Life at the Top for Liverpool

On 1st December, 2008, boos and jeers greeted Liverpool following a 0-0 draw with West Ham at Anfield. A chilly and frustrating night saw Liverpool held by yet another determined, average team to come to Merseyside and defend like A.C Milan circa 1990. Despite the draw, we still topped the league in December and were in good shape under Rafa Benitez, despite the corrosive influence of Gillet and Hicks. It wasn't ...

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Liverpool 2-0 Fulham: Match Report

A home game against the team lying bottom of the league is, in theory, the easiest game of the season, and any team aspiring to achieve something at the end of the season has to bury that one away. In the 12th round of the 2018/19 Premier League season, Liverpool welcomed Fulham. Team News For once it was good news on the ole injury front for Liverpool and manager Jurgen Klopp. Captain ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Fulham

After suffering defeat at the hands of Red Star Belgrade, Liverpool will be looking to return to winning ways at the weekend in the Premier League. The Reds welcome the League's new boys, Fulham, who're bottom of the table. While on paper, they're easy opponents, Liverpool will likely approach this one with caution, hopefully having learnt from their mistakes in midweek. In anticipation of the League clash, let's take a look ...

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George Sephton: My Favourite Games – Chelsea 2005

When discussing the history and tradition of Liverpool Football Club over the past 47 years, the names of managers, players and coaches are normally mentioned. Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan, Ian Callaghan, Roy Evans, Ian Rush, Graham Souness, Phil Thompson, Kenny Dalglish, Rafa Benitez, Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez; the list goes on and on. All of the above have helped make the Anfield experience something quite special for fans ...

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Where next for Away ticket prices?

Where next for Away ticket prices? It may be something that is firmly stored at the back of some supporters minds or it may come as a surprise, but 2018/19 is the final season of an initial three-year agreement to implement a £30 away ticket price cap across the Premier League. After campaigning from many supporters groups, including Spirit of Shankly and a widespread campaign – “Twenty’s Plenty” by the Football ...

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Liverpool 4-1 Cardiff: Match Report

Coming into this match, Liverpool had a nice opportunity to round up a 10-game start to the 2018/19 Premier League season, and they they did so in style by steamrolling over Cardiff City. They were sitting second to title holders Manchester City only on goal-difference. As for the visitors from Wales, goal-difference seemed important to them too as it was the only thing keeping them above the relegation zone led ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs Red Star Belgrade

Having recorded victory against Huddersfield at the weekend, Klopp will be hoping for more of the same against Red Star Belgrade. The Serbians though, who are unbeaten in their own league, will be looking to make life difficult for the Reds. With European nights returning to Anfield, let us preview the 3rd group game of Liverpool's Champions League campaign. A Low Scoring Affair Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'-i_vuJ_qTDVe_e1aBhXGVA',sig:'N1ZZ9EYHtEqqP53EJEsYtyTVcevr82hiNR_fEn1YPUA=',w:'594px',h:'396px',items:'1052709486',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); Even from an ...

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In Praise of the Fan From Afar

Who is more passionate?  The local fan, born and bred into their club, immersed in its history and mythology, or the fan from afar, the nomadic devotee, the much reviled glory hunter? Sitting in a pub some years ago I had the dubious pleasure of listening to the “proper” Liverpool fans, the ones who lived in the city, slagging off folk like me who come from far and wide to follow ...

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Three Years with Klopp: Some Perspective

In football you are only ever a few negative results away from a crisis. According to some, Liverpool’s winless run of four games is a warning sign that things are not quite right. Panic buttons have been well and truly pressed as Liverpool failed to be at their creative, menacing best against Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. While some of the comments are not inaccurate, the disregard for the progress seen ...

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Liverpool 0-0 Manchester City: Match Report

With seven 2018/19 Premier League rounds done and dusted, the eighth one brought what was likely the most anticipated match of the season. Prior to the term's start, many people saw Liverpool and Manchester City as the main favorites for the title. Not much has changed on that front, except perhaps that Chelsea and Arsenal seem to be putting their names forward as well at the moment. But let's not get ...

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Bob Paisley and the LFC Revolution

Early Life Bob Paisley was born in 1919 in the mining village of Hetton-Le-Hole in Co.Durham. It was described as a close-knit community where “coal was king & football was religion”. Schooled in the local area along with his 3 siblings, Bob knew that football was for him from the off. During the mining strike in 1926 things weren't easy, and even though Bob admitted there was never any money left ...

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Liverpool vs Manchester City: Key Battles

Liverpool versus Manchester City. Red versus Blue. Champions versus the contenders. This is a match that has been highly anticipated since the fixture lists were announced. After all, Liverpool were touted as the team to challenge the Citizens for the title. And having lost in midweek, the Reds will be looking to make amends with a win over their rivals. With all eyes on Anfield come Sunday, let us examine the key ...

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Citizens Enter Red Territory

Liverpool vs Man City : A game that pits two of the country's exciting teams against each other- teams that thrive on exhilarating football. Having lost two of their last three games, with the defeats coming in different competitions, the Reds will look to bounce back and hit their strides. Their next game sees table-toppers Man City visit Anfield, who have won their last four league games. Although Liverpool have yet to reach ...

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Another little reminder for Liverpool

So Liverpool have come out of the other side of two showdowns with Chelsea in the same week.  No two English sides have faced each other more often in competition action since the turn of the century and once again the viewing public have not been left down. Liverpool have endured contrasting experiences in each game it’s fair to say. From the sour disappointment of a cup exit last Wednesday night, ...

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The “Legacy” of Bill Shankly

Bill Shankly was born in 1913 in the small mining village of Glenbuck, Ayreshire, in Scotland. Born with a natural football ability he knew from an early age that this was his career path. It was almost inbred into him coming from a family with 4 professional footballing brothers, & 2 professional footballing uncles aswel on his mothers side, who he adored & said she was kindest person he'd ever ...

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Liverpool 1-2 Chelsea: Match Report

Liverpool were drawn to open their 2018/19 Carabao Cup account at Anfield against Chelsea. It's fair to say that neither team was happy with it, but there was nothing to do except buckle down and work hard to prepare. Team News Changes were expected on both sides, though Jurgen Klopp said he wouldn't replace all 11 players for this game. Dejan Lovren was fairly ready, Dominic Solanke was completely ready. Adam Lallana ...

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Examining Shaqiri’s Role Against Southampton

It's fair to say that Shaqiri made quite the impact on his full debut. With Klopp opting to rest Milner, Shaqiri was thrust into the starting line up, at Anfield no less. That didn't faze Shaqiri though, who went on to have a storming half. And despite being substituted at half-time, fans were impressed enough by his performance to vote him as their Man of the Match. https://twitter.com/LFC/status/1043565955849314304 What made Shaqiri tick against ...

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View from the Kop – Paris Saint-Germain

Another European night at Anfield to open another European campaign with a mouth-watering fixture for the media and football fans alike with Liverpool facing a front 3 costing over £400m in Neymar, Mbappe and Cavani. The last time the French side travelled to Anfield, they were defending a 3 goal lead from the 1st leg of a semi final in the now defunct Cup Winners Cup. Despite Robbie Fowler scoring ...

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The Curious Case of James Milner

Scotch, cheddar cheese and a 32-year-old hard-working Yorkshireman. Three items you'd only see placed together if you were attending a work Christmas party in Sheffield. Replace the 32-year-old Yorkshireman with the name James Milner and a link begins to become clear; all three just get better, and better, with age. With 490 Premier League appearances, 61 caps for England and 2 Premier League winners medals, James Milner has achieved a lot so far ...

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Tuchel’s Unfortunate Tussle with Fate

It was the fourteenth of April, 2016. Thomas Tuchel's Dortmund were drawing with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool in the Quarter-finals of the Europa League; the score 3-3 and there are seconds left. A Free-kick at the Kop end, Sturridge works it to Milner, who dispatches a cross that meets the head of Dejan Lovren...It is 4-3. A night where Dortmund took the lead and threatened to dump Liverpool out; for some reason, European ...

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Preview: Liverpool vs PSG

Having successfully defeated Tottenham at Wembley, Liverpool will be looking to fry bigger fish outside the domestic league. The Reds will kick off their maiden European game of the season by hosting French giants Paris Saint-Germain. Being in a group that also contains the likes of Napoli and Red Star Belgrade, Liverpool will be hoping to set the pace by getting a result against the French. Ahead of the mouthwatering clash between ...

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Marching on

As the full-time whistle descended, exhales and relief were the order of the day after a nerve-wrecking final few minutes of stoppage time. For the second successive away game, Liverpool defeated the opposition 2-1, with the opponents being Tottenham. There were no drubbings by the home team this time round, eleven months after the humiliating 4-1 defeat at the hands of the Lily Whites. Liverpool graced the home of English football and bossed ...

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The currency that is Consistency…

Liverpool defeated Leicester 2-1 to maintain their perfect start to the season and sit top of the league, with four played, four won- A sweet sight to behold heading into the international break. With the unwanted extra time that this will yield, my mind shifted through the various terms that have passed since the famous nearly year of '2013-14'. Though not a wonderful experience and a painful one at that- reminiscing about ...

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Custodians

On Thursday this week news broke that FSG had rejected an Abu Dhabi based consortium’s interest in purchasing Liverpool Football club.  The men behind the bid had connections with City’s owners; one of them was actually a cousin of Manchester City sugar daddy Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan.  The £2 billion bid would have been the largest sum ever paid for a football club and would likely have seen Liverpool ...

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Cup Competitions on the horizon for Klopp’s men

This time next week, Liverpool will be beginning a 2 week break between matches as the 1stinternational break of the new season arrives after the conclusion of 4 league matches. Supporters will also be able to cast their eyes over the opposition we will have been drawn against on hopefully the 1st steps to lifting a trophy as both the Carabao Cup and Champions League draws take place. Today, Anfield will witness ...

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Anfield calling… for a friendly

In 7 days time, we will be just 90 minutes away from kick off at Anfield for the first friendly to be hosted at the club's home stadium in 4 years. The building of the new main stand and extensive work on relaying the pitch meant there had been no home friendly since 2014. Before the enforced break from hosting these matches, the last time Liverpool had not held a ...

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