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Liverpool’s Very Own Rambo

In 2001 Liverpool won a remarkable and an unusual treble. They won what was then the UEFA Cup, the FA Cup, and the League Cup. The only trophy they didn’t win that season was the Premier League. At the helm of Liverpool was a forward thinking manager and a player

Liverpool FC Women enter new era

A new manager, a new name and a haul of fantastic new signings - Liverpool FC Women definitely mean business this season. After losing a lot of key players during the summer, the future looked a rocky one for Liverpool Women. Captain Gemma Bonner's departure was the most sensitive one after

Adrien Rabiot – A Prospectus


Recent reports linking Liverpool to a pre-contract move for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot were promptly squashed this week -- but that doesn't mean we can't dream, right? LFC Transfer Room's Drew Diamond (@DrewDiamondLtd) takes a look at the coveted Frenchman's contract situation, style of play, and what he could

The implications of Dejan Lovren’s injury rumors


We're scarcely 48 removed from the end of the summer transfer window, yet here Liverpool sit embroiled in another saga. Today's news of Dejan Lovren's expected absence -- coupled with the notion that he deliberately concealed his condition from the club -- has left more questions than answers in a Liverpool

Liverpool’s trophy drought needs to end

February 26, 2012 - Wembley Stadium. Kenny Dalglish’s Liverpool side manages to overcome a resurgent Cardiff City to win the League Cup for the eighth time in their history. This was the first and only trophy of Dalglish’s second spell as Liverpool manager. Only three months later the legendary Scot