It was a word synonymous with the Brendan Rodgers tenure, “my team have shown great character” was a phrase blurted out at almost every press conference, post match interview or anytime the now unemployed manager met with the media. For all his use of the word and emphasis on its importance, Rodgers’ Liverpool didn’t show […]
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Alan Moore discusses the back ground to the recent fan protests in Liverpool and how more fan engagement is needed
With nearly four months in the hot seat at Anfield, Ed Wade appraises Jürgen Klopp’s tenure at Liverpool manager.
Liverpool are long overdue a Premier League title as others around them only go from strength to strength.
Gerry Farrell looks at Dick Forshaw who turned out for both Merseyside clubs and also had spell in Ireland.
Owen Peters discusses the importance of James Milner to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side.
Shane Costello examines the idea of identity in English football, and how Liverpool and Newcastle United represent opposite ends of the spectrum.
After years of neglect, European performances suggest that Russian football is finally committed to fitness, writes Alan Moore.
With Jürgen Klopp at the helm Liverpool have the best man to lead them back to the top, writes Paul Doherty.
Chris McMullan gives his thoughts on Jurgen Klopp’s plans for Liverpool in the wake of the German’s first game in charge.