Anomitra Saha shares his thoughts on Steven Gerrard’s contribution to Liverpool over the course of his career.
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With the January transfer window open, Alex Wood looks at some of the potential movers before the end of the month.
The myth of the Crazy Gang is an entertaining one, but the truth is an even better story, albeit one with a tragic ending, writes Dave Donnelly.
Liverpool have struggled to have the impact that they had last season, but a brand new formation could be the answer to this problem.
He may be a Liverpool legend but watching Steven Gerrard isn’t much fun anymore.
A lacklustre performance at Old Trafford was just the latest sign of the Liverpool’s recent decline under Brendan Rodgers.
Paul Little praises Swiss champions Basel whose operational model has led to consistently strong showings both domestically and on the continent.
Liverpool will need to make a few changes if they are to progress to the knockout stages of the Champions League this season.
Andrew Flint defends the criticism Brendan Rodgers has received from all quarters for his team selection against Real Madrid.
Liverpool belittled the odds to defend their crown on a seminal day in the developmental journey of UK Women’s football.