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The Importance of Manchester United vs Liverpool FC

This is arguably the most important North West Derby in recent memory. So much is at stake. The Premier League title? No, of course not. But there are other noteworthy achievements in England’s top flight aside from winning the league. 1,364 more words

Liverpool FC offer a potent metaphor for the Christian life

I settled down on Saturday night to watch the Liverpool v West Brom FA Cup fixture. Things started well enough. Five minutes in, a major mistake from West Brom’s most prized asset – Jonny Evans – meant the keeper had to come charging out, clearing the ball to the waiting Liverpool forward who nonchalantly lobbed the out of position goalie in that way only a Brazillian could. 1,182 more words

Liverpool why Emre Can - Can not be captain.

After remaining unbeaten for 20 games & also 19 home fixtures Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have tamely given up both long standing runs in surprising defeats to Swansea & West Bromwich Albion, agitating supporters, who are mindful of how such lapses have cost Liverpool key points in their pursuit of Champions League qualification & a long awaited trophy for the Klopp regime, leaving a nasty taste on losing consecutive games to the leagues bottom two teams. 487 more words

Former Clarets Loanee Sentenced

Jon Flanagan Sentenced to Twelve Month Community Order

Former Claret and current Liverpool Football Club defender Jon Flanagan has been sentenced to forty-five hours of unpaid work and a 12-month community order for assaulting his girlfriend. 160 more words

Q&A with Sam McGuire

Adrian from Anfield Press recently interviewed Sam McGuire on his analysis of the Reds fantastic win against Manchester City. Also asking him on his thoughts around Coutinho, Van Dijk and surrounding the transfer window… 674 more words


Hillsborough: Let's get Dalglish right

by Martin Odoni

Kenny Dalglish, the former manager and perhaps greatest ever player to represent Liverpool Football Club, is the subject of a controversy not of his own making. 932 more words