Danny Ward has vowed to keep working hard to achieve his ultimate aim of one day claiming the No.1 jersey at Liverpool after committing his future to the club.
Liverpool have made the Brazilian international the second most expensive signing in their history, and the reaction on Twitter is a mixture of confusion and excitement
Joe Gomez exclusively explained why he considers Liverpool the ideal place to continue his rapid development after the defender sealed a permanent switch to Anfield today.
AC Milan have held talks with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s representative Mino Raiola over bringing the Sweden star back to the San Siro, according to Sky sources.
Today’s fluff says: ‘Go to a gallery. You’ll meet someone there’It seems that Liverpool have accepted that Raheem Sterling is too far gone into his Shania Twain routine to be talked out of it. They can bandy James Milner and Danny Ings about all they want but Sterling’s response is still That Don’t Impress Me Much. And so the youngster with the ability and determination that Liverpool so desperately need right now will soon leave Anfield for good, and fly into the tanned and bejewelled arms of Real Madrid, where none other than Rafa Benítez is preparing to lavish him with riches, trophy opportunities and a special issue Rafa Handbook and Protractor for studying the most meticulous game plans this side of a global Sims convention.Liverpool will attempt to avoid a repeat of The Worst Transfer Window in English Football History by landing either Villarreal’s Luciano Vietto – although there are concerns that the striker’s release clause applies only to Spanish clubs – or, wait for it, Karim Benzema! Yes, reports in Madrid claim that the town isn’t big enough for two Bens, so Benítez will boot out Benzema on the grounds that he is more dispensable than Cristiano Ronaldo or Gareth Bale, the other two members of a trio whose defensive input is not as big as Benítez demands. Hmmn. That’s dangerous talk in Madrid, so the Mill is not ruling out the possibility of Benítez replacing Brendan Rodgers at Anfield this side of January. Continue reading…
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On this day 50 years ago, Liverpool completed a mission of decades by winning the FA Cup for the very first time.
WE lost didn’t we. I’m not sure how else to start but that. Sean Rogers spoke very eloquently in the week about getting buy in from players. About having a plan they could all believe in. He said a manager …Get it here… The post FA CUP MATCH REVIEW: LIVERPOOL v ASTON VILLA appeared first on The Anfield Wrap.
Liverpool face Aston Villa in their 24th FA Cup semi-final today at Wembley. Here are all of the key facts and figures on the showdown.
Follow live coverage of the Premier League game between Liverpool and Newcastle United at Anfield, kick off at 20.00 BST on Monday April 13, 2015