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13 August 2010Christian Poulsen in profile

Poulsen is certainly not a stranger to Roy Hodgson, who gave the Dane his first big break in football. More

4 August 20101964 interview with future Liverpool star Emlyn Hughes

A classic interview from 1964 between Blackpool and England star and journalist Jimmy Armfield and a 17 year old full back, who has just completed his first year as a professional footballer with Blackpool. His name, a certain Emlyn Hughes. More

22 July 2010An insight into Danny Wilson, a potential Liverpool FC star

"Liverpool can't win the League without a Scotsman in their side." Reds have heard that quite often, but the thing is... it's the God's honest truth. More

22 July 2010Detailed profile on Joe Cole

Joe Cole became Roy Hodgson's first signing for Liverpool. More

13 July 2010Video: Pepe Reina is the ringmaster again as Spain celebrate their World Cup win

Pepe Reina was in good spirits on the plane to Madrid and introduced the squad to the cheering crowd in the capital when Spain returned home with the World Cup in their possession. More

12 July 2010Milan Jovanovic in profile

Chris Wood spotlights Liverpool's latest capture and Rafa Benítez' last ever signing. More

9 July 2010When the Christians ate the lions - new piece by Wooltonian

Wooltonian has published a new article on his favourite subject Billy Liddell as this week marks the 9th Anniversary of the passing of "King Billy". More

8 July 2010Roy Hodgson's coaching philosophy and tactics

A detailed look at Roy Hodgson's mentality towards football and what the players can expect at Melwood. More

6 July 2010Roy Hodgson: An in-depth profile

Excluding joint-partnerships (Barclay/McKenna & Evans/Houllier), Roy Hodgson became Liverpool Football Club's eighteenth manager when he signed a three-year deal to succeed Rafael Benitez from the first day of July, 2010. More

14 June 2010Goodbye to Rafa's very own Chris Wood says his goodbyes. More

25 May 2010Carragher rejoins the Three Lions for one last hurrah

Jamie Carragher looks likely to make England's 23 man squad for the World Cup, and will provide valuable experience in South Africa. More

5 May 20102007-2010: Moscow and Rome in their sights

Chris Wood has written Liverpool's complete European history for and this is his latest chapter. More

28 April 2010Focus on Graeme Souness from Shoot! 1986

Profile of one of Liverpool's greatest ever midfielders, then with Rangers. More

8 April 2010Torres To Make It A Hat-Trick Of Liverpool World Cup Finalists?

Spain are the 4/1 favourites to win the World Cup in South Africa. More

16 March 2010GESET - Paris 1981 Peter C writes


16 March 2010GESET - Paul B in 1981


2 March 2010Will a Liverpool Player Lift the World Cup?

Liverpool's first World Cup hero was Roger Hunt, who was part of England's triumphant World Cup team in 1966. More

12 February 2010Ronnie Whelan in Match's Star Spot 1985

Ronnie Whelan featured in Star Spot in Match in 1985. More

1 February 2010Read the 60 mins interview with Ian Rush has exclusive access to's "60 minutes" in-depth interviews. More

25 January 2010Read the 60 mins interview with Bruce Grobbelaar has exclusive access to's "60 minutes" in-depth interviews. More

14 January 2010King of keepers

An article from the Liverpool Echo in March 1979. More

23 December 2009Review of At the End of the Storm

"At the end of the Storm" is a wonderful tribute to the management and players of Liverpool Football Club who won the first post war championship in the 1946-47 season. More

22 December 2009Anfield of Dreams

A book review of Neil Dunkin's "Anfield of Dreams" was nominated for the Best New Writer award at last year's British Sports Book awards. More

18 December 2009How Torres compares to other LFC strikers after 100 games

Fernando Torres played his 100th game for Liverpool vs. Wigan Athletic on 16th December. How does his scoring record compare to other Liverpool greats after their landmark 100th game? More

9 December 2009Shoot! Focus on Bruce Grobbelaar

Shoot! focuses Liverpool's Jungleman Bruce Grobbelaar in 1982. More

8 December 2009Alan Hansen Shoot! Focus

A classic 1981 focus on Scotland's finest. More

7 December 2009Shoot! Super Focus on Phil Thompson

A nostalgic look at a Shoot profile of Thommo. More

30 November 2009Wark On

John Wark's name, reputation and career command respect. This book is a fascinating summary of an outstanding club career with Ipswich Town, Liverpool and Middlesbrough. More

25 November 2009Scottish internationals at Liverpool

Liverpool had a large number of Scotsmen in the early years of the club, but only 22 out of 44 Scottish internationals on the internationals' list were at Liverpool when they represented Scotland. More

24 November 2009England internationals at Liverpool


20 November 2009The owner of Bill Shankly's desk

There was a lot of tension in the room when Bill Shankly's historical desk was put up for auction last year. More

17 November 2009PRE-ORDER an exclusive signed 1977 European Cup winners shirt

Retro Reds Memorabilia was launched in response to the plethora of fake autographs that had permeated the market. More

17 November 2009Listen to Bill Shankly's favourite songs

According to Shankly's granddaughter, Bill used to listen faithfully to the same catalogue of songs before a big match to prepare himself mentally. More

16 November 2009A timeline for Liverpool Football Club

A comfortable tool for Reds to go through the life of Liverpool Football Club. More

12 November 2009Winners in Dicky Sams competition

We want to thank those who participated in our quiz and tried to win a copy of "Dicky Sams - Liverpool in blue and white." More

8 November 2009Shankly's Anfield farewell

Shankly said his final goodbyes to Liverpool fans at his testimonial amid scenes that will be forever etched in everyone's memory who was so lucky to be at Anfield on Tuesday evening 29th April 1975. More

6 November 2009The Remarkable Story of Liverpool FC's Greatest Ever League Title Triumph

Order a copy of the story of the first post-war Football League campaign of 1946/47 which was the longest and most tumultuous ever known. More

3 November 2009Paul Tomkins on Bill Shankly

Paul Tomkins' book, Dynasty, is a reassessment and an in-depth analysis of every manager of the club over the last 50 years. More

26 October 2009Dicky Sams: Liverpool FC in blue and white

Norwegian Kjell Hanssen has meticulously gone through old newspaper archives and come up with a fascinating diary of the first five years of Liverpool Football Club's existence. More

23 October 2009Liverpool's best winning run - Top 10

After looking at Liverpool's worst ever run in terms of games lost, we thought we could brighten your day by looking at Liverpool's best ever run in terms of games won. More