Four years on from Virgil van Dijk watching on as Philippe Coutinho concluded his Anfield career, James Noble looks at the impact of the former since the latter’s departure.
Williams played top-level football for club and country while moving between hostels and being estranged from her family. Daniel Moxon tells her story.
As the Brazilian goalkeeper coach joins the staff at Anfield, James Noble looks back at his playing career and suggests why he could prove a clever acquisition for the Reds.
Sam Jones looks at the facts and figures behind the remarkable season Salah is enjoying with Liverpool.
On the 30th anniversary of the versatile midfielder’s arrival from Arsenal, James Noble recalls the career of a man who had a genuinely unique set of impacts upon the club.
13 years on from his first goal for the Reds, James Noble wonders if the French striker might be unfairly lumped in with players who had much less of an impact than him at Anfield.
Jack Bryant wonders what the future holds for Liverpool’s young Irish goalkeeper, with his path to the Reds’ first team seemingly blocked by one of the best shot-stoppers on the planet.
The classy, metronomic presence of the Real Sociedad academy graduate was a prominent feature of Rafael Benítez’s Liverpool for five years and 210 competitive appearances. James Noble looks at his life in football.
As Premier League football returns after the November international break, James Noble assesses some of the key factors ahead of the crucial meeting with the improving Gunners.
Samed Yesil was one of Europe’s most exciting talents when he joined Liverpool aged 18 in the summer of 2012 but, as academy correspondent Sam Jones reports, his career has taken an unexpected turn.