There's been many wagging tongues about this transfer 'coming out of nowhere', however the subject had been well discussed at LFC Transfer Room. It was hotly debated whether we should post an exclusive, considering the calamitous & unscrupulous reports brought out by some so called 'ITKs' recently. Unfortunately, despite much hard
Wembley, 11th May 1996. Cardiff, 27th February 2005. Athens, 23rd May 2007. Wembley, 28th February 2016. Basel, 10th May 2016. Kyiv, 26th May 2018. God, it stings. It really stings. And when defeats come in finals, they tend to be the last game for some time, so there is nothing to lessen the sting, nothing to draw
If you asked anybody early this year whether they thought Liverpool would be in the UEFA Champions League final come May, they would’ve looked at you crazy. Liverpool weren’t even guaranteed a spot in the competition at the beginning of the season, as they had to face off against Bundesliga side Hoffenheim
The transfer window is officially open, and that means plenty of targets on the horizon. Throughout the summer, we'll be publishing a series of quickfire interviews on Liverpool's prospective targets, conducted with the journalists, correspondents, and pundits who know them best. This edition will take a look at a long-time Liverpool target who's suddenly
Reports have surfaced of a rumored "short list" of wing targets for Liverpool's summer squad revamp, including the likes of of Bordeaux's Malcom, Bayer Leverkusen's Leon Bailey, and Borussia Dortmund's Christian Pulisic. Add to that today's reports of interest in Crystal Palace trickster Wilfried Zaha, and the Reds' brass have
French journalist Romain Collet-Gaudin (@RomainCG75) works for Canal+ and Eurosport and broke news of the meeting between Jürgen Klopp and Lyon superstar Nabil Fekir. Since links emerged between the Merseysiders and the French international Sunday, speculation has rapidly intensified, with some saying the deal is all but done. Collet-Gaudin took the time to
Dedicated to my life partner, and one of the strongest people I know, Hannah Ray. After over two years without a Premier League goal, Danny Ings opened up the scoreline during Saturday's West Brom clash. Recovering from double ligament injuries, Ings netted that all important goal after just four minutes. Danny Ings'