Remembering Hillsborough: 25 Years On

It’s been 25 years for the rest of us, but for those directly affected by the Hillsborough Stadium Disaster, it must feel so much closer to 50. The families, the friends, the loved ones and the city in itself have to live day in and day out with the memories and the continuing heartache is…


Liverpool (3) Manchester City (2): We’re on Our Way to Glory

One match at a time, four more times; Liverpool cleared a massive hurdle in the race for the Premier League title with a convincing 3-2 win over fellow title challengers Manchester City. The Reds raced to a two goal lead within 20-minutes with memories of the routs of Arsenal, Everton and Tottenham cropping up all…


Believe the Hype: Manchester City Preview

We’ve spent the vast majority of the season playing down our chances, discounting our immense run of form and patiently waiting for the worst to play itself out. After too many years saying that this year was the one where Liverpool re-assert their dominance and finally claim their first title of the Premier League era,…

April 17, 2014 · by News Desk · News


Itching for a shot on Sunday

After sweating on the fitness of Daniel Sturridge, Liverpool were on the receiving end of some positive news with scans confirming that the strikers hamstring injury isn’t as severe as initially feared.

Although they ended up snagging the three points, the Reds 3-2 win over Manchester City didn’t come without a cost with Jordan Henderson receiving a straight red card for a wild lunge in injury time and Sturridge forced off with a tight hamstring midway through the second half. With the Citizens dropping points in a 2-2 draw with Sunderland yesterday, Brendan Rodgers side remain in prime position to claim their first title of the Premier League era — though the injury to the 24-year old could have come as a major hinderance to the final push.

April 17, 2014 · by News Desk · News

Hail to the squad

Liverpool will already be without midfielder Jordan Henderson after the 23-year old saw red for a wild lunge in the closing minutes of the Reds 3-2 win over Manchester City on Sunday and could very well be missing Daniel Sturridge, but ‘keeper Simon Mignolet doesn’t think it’ll affect the Anfield outfit bid to remain kings of the castle.

The Belgian, who made a number of crunch saves against the Citizens as Brendan Rodgers side reaffirmed their title chops, believes the quality of Liverpool’s squad — as well as their scintillating form — will see them through.

April 17, 2014 · by News Desk · News

Tom takes another step

Liverpool’s proposed redevelopment of Anfield took an important step forward yesterday when the club signed a legal agreement with both Liverpool City Council and Your Housing Group to push their plans forward.

Progress on both the regeneration of the area and the proposed expansion of the Reds stadium has been slowing moving, but progress is being made with the latest step just another hurdle cleared. Liverpool Chairman Tom Werner was in town to sign the “heads of terms” document which clears the way for the proposed £260million plan to regenerate the Anfield area. The legal agreement sets out both the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved and outlines the principles of the formal contract. In other words, it makes sure stuff is going to get done right.

April 16, 2014 · by Steven McMillan · News

Video by DeanCoombesAnfield

Anfield has always been a special ground, and Sunday’s match against Manchester City just went ahead and re-affirmed that. The noise generated from the stands apparently shook chimney’s in the surrounding area, and with the Reds winning the crunch clash 3-2 to keep their place at the summit, it’s easy to see — and hear — why.

April 16, 2014 · by News Desk · News

Still waiting

Liverpool may have run out 3-2 winners against mega-rich Manchester City on Sunday, but Daniel Sturridge pulling up injured midway through the second half will be seen as a major blow for Brendan Rodgers as the Reds go in search of their first league title in 24-years.

With four matches remaining, the Merseyside outfit are in pole-position to claim the title, sitting two points ahead of second placed Chelsea. Liverpool have a trip to Norwich City to navigate before Sturridge’s former side visit Anfield on April 27th, and though the Blues face a tricky midweek Champions League tie before making the trip up north, if the 24-year old is ruled out through injury, it could very well be a major hinderance to Jose Mourinho’s free-scoring adversaries.

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