The first match day of the Champions League has been and gone, and it was a mixed couple of nights for the British clubs.   Chelsea 6 – 0 Qarabag If Chelsea didn’t win handsomely here, it would be a worrying start to the competition. Although many pundits say that no game in Europe is 

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Manchester City versus Liverpool FC was the best way to kick-off the Premier League weekend after an international break. Goals were expected considering the strength both the sides have in their attacking unit. However, not many would have predicted that the Citizens would thrash Liverpool 5-0 on Saturday. Sergio Aguero opened the scoring in the 

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From record breaking goals to game changing free kicks, Liverpool’s youngsters Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ben Woodburn are storming the football world.    The twosome are quickly becoming the hottest young players to watch, and Anfield’s newest bromance 2016/17 has been a very promising period for the two Liverpool youth players; seeing both lads kickstart their 

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A day before the transfer window closes, Arsenal have accepted Liverpool’s £35million bid for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. The midfielder will undergo a medical this evening at St George’s Park. After months of rumours over whether Liverpool and Oxlade-Chamberlain were linked, the truth has come into clarity. The 24-year-old will make the Merseyside move just a day 

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Liverpool 4 – 2 1899 Hoffenheim (Agg. 6 – 3) Liverpool: Can (10′, 21′), Salah (18′), Firmino (63′) Hoffenheim: Uth (28′), Wagner (79′) Man of the Match: Sadio Mané   Liverpool’s electric attacking display dominates rivals and sends the Merseyside team through the qualifier and into the Champions League. The European nights beneath the Anfield lights are 

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Liverpool FC’s first taste of Champion’s League football in three years is a bittersweet one. The Reds are taking two crucial away goals back to Anfield after their first leg victory against 1899 Hoffenheim in the qualifiers. Despite a 2-1 win and great play from the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Sadio Mané and Mohammed Salah, 

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One of the take home points from the opening weekend of the 2017/18 Premier League season was just how little has changed at both Arsenal and Liverpool with the defensive issues that plagued their respective efforts last year still alarmingly present in their first matches this season. Arsenal just about grabbed a 4-3 victory at 

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The Liverpool we all know and love has returned. The Reds’ pre-season performances sent us rocketing back to the start of the last campaign, where they were a severe threat to anyone competing for the title. The friendly competitions saw LFC lift the Premier League Asia trophy and make the final of the Audi Cup 

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The Premier League season 2016/2017 has been a successful one for Jürgen Klopp and his side, Liverpool. The team managed to finish fourth in the league table and secured Champions League qualification. With his tactics and passion, Klopp strove hard to bring the European nights back to Anfield. Now that Champions League qualifications are secured, 

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As soon as it became clear that Barcelona would have around £200 million burning a hole in their pocket then it was known one or two unlucky clubs would then face an onslaught as Barcelona look to reinvest the money brought in from Neymar’s sale to Paris Saint-Germain. Liverpool are one such team with the 

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It has been twenty seven years since Liverpool last lifted the First Division title in the English top flight. Since the glory days under Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool have taken a back seat and watched a dominant Manchester United winning countless titles in the reformed Premier League. Although Liverpool challenged on a rare occasion, they have 

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Whilst the majority of fans inside of the Hong Kong Stadium travelled to see the stars from Merseyside, Leicester City looked every bit of Liverpool’s equal in the final of 2017’s Asia Cup. Liverpool emerged as 2-1 winners in a deserving victory, however one cannot take anything away from the effort put forward by Leicester. 

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A dramatic and rather alarming headline has been circulating the media over the past week – the sharks that are FC Barcelona are hunting Philippe Coutinho again. Only this time, they’ve made an offer and rumours are flying about that ex-teammate Luis Suarez could be the key to sealing the deal. It’s no secret that 

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Liverpool FC gaffer Jurgen Klopp has been pretty quiet on the signing front this transfer window, recruiting just three players in almost two months. Meanwhile Merseyside rivals Everton are boasting their list of successful transactions, signing seven new players so far including the return of their former front-man Wayne Rooney. The Reds don’t seem too 

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Aside from the arrival of Mohamed Salah early in the summer, much of Liverpool’s transfer business on the incoming side of things has ended in frustration with moves for Virgil van Dijk and Naby Keita both hitting supposedly immovable stumbling blocks. In spite of this there is to be some good news for Liverpool supporters 

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Liverpool’s transfer market is currently quiet despite the major signing of Mohamed Salah, so to make things livelier again here we are to discuss transfers. However, we are not talking about players that could come to Liverpool rather we are talking about players that could leave Liverpool. Here are four players that could leave Jurgen 

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While Liverpool have added two new players to their squad so far this summer, there is a growing sense of concern at the clubs inability to land a genuine big name. Securing the services of former Chelsea wide-man Mohamed Salah (for £39.1 million) and England U-21 star Dominic Solanke on a free transfer has done 

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Mention a former Chelsea winger signing for Liverpool and there would have been understandable trepidation on Merseyside in the past. Even setting aside the fierce rivalry between the two clubs, memories of Joe Cole trying his utmost but never quite making the grade are quickly followed by bitter flashbacks to Fernando Torres suffering the same 

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