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Jurgen Klopp vs. Sergio Ramos: A timeline of war of words since Champions League final
MediaThe fallout from last May's Champions League final has continued into the start of the new season, with Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos reacting to a series of comments by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. Opinion continues to be divided over the clash between Ramos and Mohamed Salah, which saw Liverpool's most dangerous player leave the pitch with a shoulder injury in the first half, and Ramos' role in the concussion suffered by Loris Karius before the goalkeeper's two huge mistakes helped Madrid...
Kirkland: I'm loving being back at Liverpool
Chris Kirkland's return to Liverpool has been everything he hoped for and the former Reds goalkeeper is 'loving' his work with the women's team so far.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: The best of the birthday boy
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrates his 25th birthday today - and to mark the occasion, relive some of his most memorable moments as a Liverpool player from his debut season at the club.
The story of a BOSS week in the United States
"They want to sing, dance, have a good time and feel like they are part of something."
Mohamed Salah the leader, Virgil van Dijk leads seven new faces at Liverpool
MediaAfter Liverpool made easy work of West Ham, the FC crew examine what makes the Reds capable of challenging Man City for the Premier League title. Last September, we looked at the most important players at Liverpool. With the new season underway, who are the risers and fallers? This list is not extensive and has been ranked according to varying factors. Some players still with a part to play have been omitted. Performance, potential, the ability to make an impact and influence the course of a game, other options in that area of the field, the ability or inability to replace them and market value have all played a part in revising the 15. 1....
Salah, Sanchez, De Bruyne, Jorginho among Premier League most important
MediaThe Exploding Heads are here to tell you that the more changes a new football season brings, the more things stay the same. A year ago, ESPN FC's correspondents each selected their club's 15 most important players and just 12 months on, there's been a huge amount of changes. Mohamed Salah's rise has made him Liverpool's main man while it's a new era at Arsenal with Unai Emery looking to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score the goals in his first season at the club.  Kevin De Bruyne's influence has grown even further at Manchester City and it's all change at Chelsea too, with Jorginho set to be integral to how Maurizio...
The positives, the concerns and the future of Joe Gomez as Liverpool’s centre-back
Injuries elsewhere meant Joe Gomez has started the season at centre-back for Liverpool, a role which many have long felt […]
Sadio Mane makes Naby Keita Liverpool prediction…
Surprise, surprise.. Sergio Ramos is being an idiot again (but makes surprise Klopp admission)
Champions League: Sergio Ramos criticises Jurgen Klopp in final row
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos tells Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp "some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years - I'm not sure he can say the same".
Sergio Ramos continues Liverpool back-and-forth 3 months after Champions League final
Sergio Ramos has taken a swipe at Jurgen Klopp’s record in finals as the war of words over last season’s […]
How Georginio Wijnaldum’s flexibility could give Liverpool another edge this season
Gini Wijnaldum has filled a variety of roles for Liverpool so far, and could provide Jurgen Klopp with an attacking […]
Arrizabalaga and Alisson show youth beats experience for goalkeepers | Paul Wilson
Consistency key for Sadio Mane to round out Liverpool's dynamite front three
MediaAfter Liverpool made easy work of West Ham, the FC crew examine what makes the Reds capable of challenging Man City for the Premier League title. When Liverpool's much vaunted "Fab Four" were lighting it up in the opening months of last season, Sadio Mane was very much the George Harrison of the group. Philippe Coutinho and Mohamed Salah were John Lennon and Paul McCartney, the headliners, while Roberto Firmino was Ringo Starr -- not always fully appreciated by the mainstream audience but with his own cult of dedicated followers. Like Harrison, Mane was an important part of a successful group and everybody knew who he was, but he was overshadowed...
Robbie Fowler supports Red Neighbours' breakfast club
Reds legend Robbie Fowler surprised local families at an Anfield breakfast club on Tuesday.
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LFC Champions League finalist slams Rafa Benitez in new book
Brilliant thread on LFC spending exposes media rubbish
Wijnaldum on rumours & brilliant Shaqiri claim – Tuesday’s Liverpool News & Rumour Roundup
We take a look at the latest Liverpool news and transfer rumours on Tuesday, with various rumours continuing to do […]
Fabinho on competition in midfield and why he’ll be a different player at Liverpool
Fabinho has stressed he knew there would be a battle for places in Liverpool’s midfield when he joined this summer […]