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Daniel Sturridge is an important part of Liverpool culture

Daniel Sturridge‘s loss is being felt by everyone at Liverpool Football Club.

The 25-year-old has been out of action since the end of August with thigh and calf problems and the ramifications since have been there for all to see. 225 more words

Motivation

Italian soccer player Mario Balotelli faces investigation for racist post on Instagram

By TAYMOUR MOWAFAK
Staff Writer

Italian soccer player Mario Balotelli, also known as “Super Mario” in the soccer world, recently posted an image from the computer game Super Mario on his Instagram page with the caption “Don’t be a racist.” The post read: “Be like Mario. 447 more words

Sword And Shield

Liverpool Football Club BPL 2014/15: What Seems To Be The Problem?

“My biggest mentor is myself because I’ve had to study, so that’s been my biggest influence”. Those are the words of the Barclays Premier League (BPL) Manager of the year 2013/14. 462 more words

Davison to leave Liverpool Ladies

Liverpool Ladies today confirmed that Gemma Davison will be leaving the club to join Chelsea Ladies.

On the transfer, Davison said: “Obviously having won the Women’s Super League in my first season it has been a difficult decision to move on, but I feel as though moving back to London was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down. 99 more words

Chelsea Ladies

Crystal Palace v Liverpool: Match Preview

Crystal Palace v Liverpool

Sunday November 23rd, 2014 | Kick-Off: 13:30 GMT | Coverage: Live on Sky Sports 1

“If you don’t move forwards, sooner or later you begin to move backwards” 1,431 more words

The Beautiful Game

Building for the future: Liverpool and England 'defender' bears his sole 

Written for a client at work, largely based on this story in the Sun:

GLEN JOHNSON’S Liverpool future seems even more doubtful — because he wants to knock down his Surrey mansion and build a new one complete with staff suite. 477 more words

Football

My LFC love story and dream come true

             There is no particular day or a game that I remember of  when I first saw Liverpool play. I do not remember when I first fell in love with this club. 1,740 more words

Brendan Rodgers