The Untouchables 21 September 2021
A unique new book is out!
The unknown young Scot 14 September 2021
Once upon a time they were new signings and unproven in the eyes of the fans and the media.
Houllier's recruits in 2000-2001 31 August 2021
Liverpool's summer signings in the 2000/2001 season raised more than a few eyebrows.
‘Take a card…’ – three puzzles from LFC’s sendings-off 21 August 2021
Football relies very heavily on the assumption of independence and impartiality on the part of referees, wherever games are played and whoever is playing them.
Last season actually ended rather well for the Reds. Considering the waves of long-term and intermittent injuries that plagued Liverpool throughout the season, causing them to lose key players regularly, it was somewhat of a miracle for Jürgen Klopp’s side to finish third.
Liverpool Football Club has been completely transformed under German manager Jürgen Klopp, with his big-money, but prudent, signings all being the exact pieces that he’s needed to bring the club into the modern era. Of course, this culminated in winning the Champions League in 2018/2019 and the title in 2019/20, and proved hardy enough to drag an injury-ravaged squad to third place last season.
Liverpool performances this summer 10 July 2021
The European Championships are finally drawing to a close.
Losing it 18 June 2021
You begin to wonder whether the years under Shankly, Paisley and Dalglish, were all that consistently glorious after all. Our record against clubs in the lowest league positions was considerably worse than in more modern times.
Between 1892 and 2021, some 230 Liverpool players have been sent out on loan, about 100 of them more than once, but we have received only twenty-nine, less than the equivalent of a modern full squad.
Top 5 Football Accumulator Wins 14 June 2021
Sports betting is widely popular among sports fans. This kind of betting differs from games of pure chance like slots, for instance. Although there’s no way to be sure of the outcome of a game, one can make an educated guess about it, following.. Still, there’ll always be a space for blind luck and humble bets that return thousands of pounds.
Top Moments in LFC History 13 June 2021
Recently, Liverpool has proven that they’re more than a club with an incredible history. They are still adding trophies to the cabinet, setting records, and creating moments that will be remembered for a long time.
As one of the most prominent football clubs globally, Liverpool was home to some of the best footballers in the history of the game. This is one of the teams that have the most loyal fans in the world, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that the club also has loyal players.
The Most Important Goals in LFC History 26 May 2021
Goalkeepers don’t usually score goals in football matches - it’s not their job, after all. A goalie’s task is to prevent the ball from getting into his goal, not to get it into the opponent’s
Xabi Alonso: ‘La Barba Roja’ 24 May 2021
There’s no questioning Alonso’s impact on Merseyside with admiration for him still lingering long after his departure. La Barba Roja is now on a mission to pass on his experience and knowledge onto Real Sociedad B, and it’s going well,
Which are Liverpool’s best managers of all time? 23 May 2021
When a given football club achieves something, such as winning the Champions League, most people give credit only to the players. While it’s true that they are the ones that are playing on the field, to be successful, the players need strong leadership. This is where the role of the manager comes to play.
Scousers! 21 May 2021
An antidote for LFC fans who aren’t.
Every football fan knows that Liverpool is often regarded as one of the world's best football clubs. Thanks to Jürgen Klopp, the team was able to win the EPL and the Champions League back in season 2018-2019 and once again became a force to be reckoned with.
Which are Liverpool’s biggest football rivals? 16 May 2021
Every football club in the world wants to perform well and win trophies. To do that, clubs need to go up against other football teams. Even though not every match is special, some bring a lot of attention because the two clubs either share a geographical location or have something else in common.
As one of the most recognizable teams globally, Liverpool made several crazy transfers over the years. Even though most English clubs don’t spend as much on transfers as their Spanish and Italian counterparts, there are several notable signings that we want to cover, so let’s check them out.
Further Fuel has Been Added to the VAR Fire 3 May 2021
Football’s governing bodies continue to struggle to implement VAR in a way that appeases all involved. Read on for the latest.
Seven interesting facts about Liverpool F.C 2 May 2021
The English Premier League is home to many world-class football teams, most of which have loyal fans worldwide. One of the biggest names in there is Liverpool F.C., one of the few English teams that managed to stop the reign of the Spanish powerhouses in the Champion’s League.
Liverpool’s hope of retaining last year’s Premier League title is effectively over, but with the summer transfer window opening up soon, there’s a chance for Jürgen Klopp’s team to be firing on all cylinders once again.
Everyone interested in football knows that Liverpool and Manchester United are two of the biggest football names. The two English clubs are widely regarded as the most successful teams in the country, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that the matches between them are always amazing to watch.
The Champions League is the most prestigious European club competition that is held every year. As its name implies, it includes the best teams on the continent, which is why people from all over the world tune in to watch it.
Bookmakers Back Liverpool to Make Late Top Four Charge 15 April 2021
Despite 2020/21 not being the season Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side were hoping for, confidence is high in betting circles that the Reds will finish the season strong enough to secure Champions League football next year. Fancied ahead of out-of-form Leicester and surprise package West Ham, Liverpool are 8/11 to make the top four after getting their season back on track with several good performances.
Countries with a Surprising LFC Fan Base 7 April 2021
Football is the single most popular sport in the world - and England is the country with the most followed football league of them all. The vast majority of countries have their own regional tournaments where their local teams excel but few of them have a global following quite like Premier League teams have.
Gambling and Sports, a Symbiosis 6 April 2021
Gambling and sports go hand in hand in more ways than you might think.
Liverpool Most Iconic Moments in Recent History 26 March 2021
It goes without saying that Liverpool is among the most respected and most decorated teams not just in England, but in the world. This club is a representation of traditional, passion, dedication, and long-term love.
NBA star LeBron James has partnered with Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group, the Boston Globe claimed, with James increasing his stake at the Merseyside club as a result of this development.
So it turns out that football is in fact, rocket science. Premier League clubs including Liverpool and Arsenal are now using missile-tracking technology so that they can plot every move a player is going to make. This mind-boggling high-tech data is going to mean war. The optical tracking is a huge step forward in the game and it would seem that it has in fact been designed by the military as well.
Figuring the numbers 20 March 2021
The numbers represented a place on the pitch, not an individual, named player.
Skippers 19 February 2021
"Ideal captains are born not made". The story of Liverpool's skippers.
Internationals 14 February 2021
The illustrious reputation of Liverpool has so far tempted 329 internationals from 53 nations to sign for the club.
What Can Liverpool Learn From Their Game Against West Ham? 4 February 2021
There’s nothing like the rush from a decent game of football and the recent West Ham/Liverpool game certainly gave us that. The match, played at the London Stadium in January gave Liverpool a 3-1 win, something they needed and certainly deserved after the gameplay they put in.
KEITH KENNEDY TESTIMONIAL MATCH: MAY 19th. 1982 1 February 2021
This testimonial match in recognition of Keith Kennedy's 10 seasons at Bury. It was a festive occasion, with Liverpool entering into the spirit of the occasion.
The modern-day Liverpool has a reliable goalkeeper in Alisson Becker. A world-class operator for many and a good, solid goalkeeper for some, the Brazilian has made a well-documented difference since his arrival from AS Roma in 2018. Liverpool haven’t always been so lucky, though.
Will Mohamed Salah Win The PFA Player Of The Year Award 2020/21? 20 January 2021
As Mohamed Salah picks up Liverpool’s Goal of the Month for December you can’t help but think back to his Puskas award-winning strike against Everton — and reminisce about the extraordinary 2017/18 season, which crowned him the 45th PFA Players’ Player of the Year.
Shanks, Yanks and Jürgen: The Men Behind Liverpool’s Rise Again 15 January 2021
You can’t achieve great success without having a great leader.
Touching the Famous ‘This is Anfield’ Sign 12 January 2021
If you have ever been on a tour of Anfield as a Liverpool Football Club fan, you will be very aware of the famous sign that adorns the wall. We are talking about the sign that reads, ‘This is Anfield’. This sign has a lot of significance for the football club and there is a lot of history around it that people are not aware of. So, let’s learn more about this famous saying and what the sign really means.
‘From boots to bootroom.’ How did ex-LFC players manage? 19 December 2020
Assessing the relative success of football managers, especially in historical periods, is what nowadays would be called challenging – that is, just this side of foolhardy. There are so many variables which can affect a team and club’s performance - financial backing, transfers in and out, league levels, and so on, over which the manager has little or no control. Former LFC players have managed at many different levels, from top tier to well below the fourth tier.