On this day 10 years ago on May 3 2005, Luis Garcia netted the priceless Champions League semi-final winner v Chelsea that took Liverpool to Istanbul. Here’s the best of the action from that night in pictures.
Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan has been ruled out of action for between six and nine months.
IN THE space of four days, Hull have gone from no-hopers to survival specialists with victories at Crystal Palace and then at home to Liverpool.
• Spirit of Shankly led protest over £50 tickets for Liverpool’s trip to Hull• Group estimates 1,500 seats were empty for league game• Brendan Rodgers in search of Liverpool’s character after Hull defeatLiverpool fans’ groups have hailed the success of their boycott of their side’s game at Hull City and warned they will consider repeating the action if Premier League clubs do not take seriously calls for an across-the-board price cut.The Spirit of Shankly group said there were an estimated 1,500 empty seats in the away end at Hull on Tuesday night, of which 1,000 were fans who had bought a child’s ticket for £10 and then stayed away. Continue reading…
METRO – Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero a victim of his own brilliance after being overlooked for Player of the Year award
The level of his play – and his goals of course – are taken for granted.
The Reds are not looking dangerous enough going forward and it will cost them Champions League football.
STEVEN GERRARD reached another milestone in his Liverpool career, but there was precious little to cheer as he strolled through a tame end-of-season affair.
Liverpool’s hopes of a top four finish were dealt a blow as they were held by West Brom
• Former Liverpool player was arrested earlier this month at Harrods• Dossena denied shoplifting, and charges were dropped two days later• ‘I was obviously in disbelief –I didn’t know what was going on’The former Liverpool defender Andrea Dossena has described being treated “like a terrorist” during his recent arrest on suspicion of shoplifting in Harrods.The 33-year-old, who joined Leyton Orient in November 2014, was detained with his wife Deborah and young son Romeo at the Knightsbridge department store, but all charges were later dropped. Continue reading…
Does Reds’ midfield star justify significant new deal?