10 Things You Must Do

12th November 2015, 21:31:07

EA Sports How to be more Rafa than Brendan...

This. Is. Anfield.


20 Badass Jurgen Klopp Photos Liverpool Fans Need To See

16th October 2015, 18:15:15

Marius Becker/dpa/Corbis The instigator of rock and roll football tactics has arrived at Anfield.

Jurgen Klopp has arrived on English soil and comfortably moved into Brendan Rodgers' old Merseyside 1.2 million penthouse apartment. His arrival as Liverpool FC manager could prove to be one of the most exciting things to happen to the Premier League since Jose Mourinho's arrival in 2004 and despite the German labelling himself as "the normal one" he has the ability to be as influential at Anfield as the "special one" was (and still is, kind of) at Stamford Bridge.


10 Players Jurgen Klopp Could Bring With Him To Liverpool

8th October 2015, 17:15:28

WALLACE WOON/epa/Corbis Could the German succeed where Brendan Rodgers couldn't.

One of the biggest questions that Brendan Rodgers faced during his time at Liverpool was whether or not he was able to attract big-name players to Anfield. Through no fault of his own Rodgers hadn't been in management long enough to develop world class allegiances and all he brought to the Reds was a distinctly average Joe Allen from his sprightly Swansea days.


10 Things Liverpool Fans Need To Know About Jurgen Klopp

5th October 2015, 21:38:54

Michael Sohn/dpa/Corbis Meet Brendan Rodgers' 2.0.

Brendan Rodgers simply had to go. His once intuitive, fresh and admirable management style rapidly became infected by poor results, ill self-awareness and the inability to handle Liverpool's fleeting cycle of expectation.


10 Best Candidates To Replace Brendan Rodgers

2nd October 2015, 16:34:34

Michael Sohn/dpa/Corbis Is it time for one of these fellas to take over at Anfield?

Brendan Rodgers' 2018 sell by date is starting to look a little generous. Like a Safeway branded tin of corned beef that you have had in your kitchen cupboard for three years, the Liverpool boss no longer looks as alluring as he once did. Yes, he's still digestible and will most-likely fill you up with a large helping of Europa League goodness but his tactics, results and managerial competence over the last month has upset numerous Liverpool fans' stomachs.


14 Striker Wonderkids You Should Think About Signing

7th September 2015, 16:41:04

Ng Han Guan/AP Who will be the next Kun Aguero and who will be the next Lord Bendtner?

The modern game has a shortage of world class strikers. That was the sentiment of Arsene Wenger this year at least, and many other managers look to be in agreement as Europe's elite spend extortionate amounts of money on the few players available.


10 Biggest Brendan Rodgers Mistakes As Liverpool Manager

7th August 2015, 13:57:12

Nick Potts/PA Wire Yes, only ten.

As another football season begins to trundle back into life, so too do the grassroots fan campaigns. Almost every season since he began as manager at Liverpool in 2012, Brendan Rodgers has been the target of one such determined, fairly single-minded campaign, chanted on terraces and through hashtags alike: RODGERS OUT.


Striker Opens Talks With Fiorentina

5th August 2015, 17:19:37

Adam Davy/PA Wire Fabio Borni is on the verge of returning to Italy.

Fabio Borini is set to make a return to Italy after Liverpool have opened talks with Fiorentina, according to Sky Sports.


4 Liverpool Fans Who Flopped As Players On Merseyside

25th July 2015, 08:46:57

Peter Byrne/PA Wire Dream of scoring at the Kop? Be careful what you wish for.

To follow in the footsteps of your heroes and turn out for your boyhood team is a dream for any aspiring young footballer. Part of the thrill of playing football as a child is trying to emulate your heroes, perfecting your Ronaldo step over, your Beckham free kick or your Cantona nonchalance.


5 Things We Learned From Liverpool Vs. Brisbane Roar

17th July 2015, 15:13:26

Peter Byrne/PA Wire Adam Lallana and James Milner secured a 2-1 comeback as Reds new boys start to click.

A sea of red shirts overpowered the tangerine orange of the Brisbane Roar as Liverpool fans blasted out their spine tingling rendition of 'You Will Never Walk Alone' that echoed around Lang Park. Brendan Rodgers looked unfazed by the harmonic battle cry and selected four of his new signings in his first eleven as well as Divock Origi who was out on loan at Lille last season.


5 Reasons Why Liverpool MUST Sign Christian Benteke

17th July 2015, 09:27:00

Jonathan Brady/PA Wire £32 million is a big fee but it could be money well spent.

It's the moment Villa fans have been dreading. It looks like Christian Benteke could be on his way out of Villa, with Liverpool looking the most likely to acquire his services. Ever since Suarez departed, the Reds have been in desperate need of further goal-scoring options and Rodgers seems willing to meet Villa's release clause of £32 million.


£32 Million Christian Benteke Bid Activates Release Clause

16th July 2015, 14:53:48

Media Image Ltd The Reds are set to pay Christian Benteke’s £32.5 million release clause.

Liverpool are to set to agree a deal with Aston Villa over the signing of star striker Christian Benteke, according to The Telegraph.


Man City Complete £49 Million Raheem Sterling Record Signing

14th July 2015, 18:14:09

Sky Sports Raheem Sterling is now the most expensive English player of all time ...

Manchester City have officially completed the £49m signing of Raheem Sterling from Liverpool, making the 20-year-old the most expensive English player in history, shattering the previous record set when Andy Carroll moved to Anfield for £35m.


6 Raheem Sterling Replacements

13th July 2015, 13:27:33

Peter Byrne/PA Wire Brendan Rodgers must invest the £50 million better than he did a year ago.

What is far more worrying than Manchester City signing Raheem Sterling for £49 million is that Brendan Rodgers is now in control of another huge wedge of cash and this time he must use it properly.


10 Footballers Too Good For Their Current Clubs

12th July 2015, 09:22:19

Martin Rickett/PA Wire Time to move on, guys.

The dream of any footballer is to reach the very top level, but even the greatest players will struggle to achieve it while playing for the wrong club.


Arsenal Look To Sign Barcelona's World Cup Winner

6th July 2015, 09:26:07

Arsenal have made contact with the agent of Barcelona midfielder Pedro who is available for a fee of around £15 million, according to The Independent.