You’ve got less than three minutes to do it…
ADAM ROBERTSON remembers one of the greatest, and most important, games of the Jürgen Klopp era, three years on.
The Scottish international – who would go on to captain and manage the Reds – won 13 major trophies on Merseyside and is, unsurprisingly, viewed by most as one of the very best players in the club’s history.
You’ve got just five minutes to do it…
JAMES NOBLE looks at the two years since Curtis Jones was first introduced to Liverpool fans – and wonders what the next decade might hold for him.
With Liverpool misfiring at the top of the pitch, and Southampton looking solid at the back, DANIEL MOXON wonders if the Reds may just have to rely on history to take three points from St Mary’s on Monday night.
TIMOTHY FAVA on why the first month of the New Year could be the most important for Liverpool and their Premier League title ambitions.
While 2020 has been a year to forget for so many reasons, for Liverpool it was a year which brought long-awaited success back to Anfield. JAMES NOBLE sums up 12 crazy months of being a Kopite.
For only the second time in more than three decades, Liverpool skip the Boxing Day tradition and will play instead on December 27. DANIEL MOXON explains why the Reds must be wary of history repeating itself in this fixture.
After a move from Manchester City to Liverpool, Bobby Duncan showed promising signs that he could be a real success at Anfield. Since then, his career has stalled. SAM JONES looks at the former Red’s career since leaving Merseyside.