Liverpool Women's Continental Cup clash finished in true style with a penalty shootout win after a dramatic two goal comeback. Liverpool have played their first match without a head coach since the club announced Neil Redfearn's immediate resignation. Today's Continental Tyres Cup fixture was the first with Chris Kirkland in charge. The goalkeeper
Neil Redfearn has resigned as Liverpool Women head coach with immediate effect after just two games in charge. The official Liverpool FC Women's Twitter account has reported that Neil Redfearn is no longer at the club. Little details are known as to why the new manager has resigned so soon. His sudden departure
Premier League football resumes proceedings on Saturday as league-leading Liverpool pay a visit to Wembley for a lunch-time kickoff against Tottenham. Can the Reds avenge the sobering defeat they suffered away to Spurs last season at their makeshift "home" ground or will the battered but formidable hosts put an end
Liverpool Women's season opener ended with a loss to a fiery Arsenal Women side as Neil Redfearn's squad let through five goals. Redfearn and his team have been preparing their newest recruits for the start of the new Women's Super League season. The Reds's starting XI featured seven of the manager's
Alisson Becker will be counting his blessings after Liverpool got three points at the King Power stadium despite him gifting Leicester a way back into the game in the second half. Liverpool were flying after 45 minutes, with Sadio Mané and Roberto Firmino giving the Reds a two-goal cushion. The second
After what looked like the end of his Liverpool career, Daniel Sturridge returned from his loan spell in full force. The forward has overcome injury after injury and looks sharper than ever as the Reds' newest super substitute. On 8th October 2015 Jürgen Klopp took the reins at Liverpool Football Club.
Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool is beginning to draw parallels with Rafael Benitez’s best, largely because of two men - Alisson Becker and Virgil van Dijk, writes Sam Patterson (@sam0007ster). Last weekend's scrappy win against Brighton was oddly satisfying and so was the 2-0 win at Selhurst Park earlier that same
Liverpool Women will face Blackburn Rovers LFC at Bamber Bridge FC in Preston this evening at 7:45pm, as announced by the official club twitter mid-week. With the next competitive game against Arsenal in Boreham Wood not due until 9 September, it's important Liverpool Women get some more game time in the tank. Blackburn