JAMES NOBLE speaks to Andrew Knott — the man behind the striking mosaics held aloft on the Kop and beyond over the last 24 years — about how they are organised, his experiences supporting the Reds since the mid-1970s and Jürgen Klopp’s class of 2020.
The Kopite spoke to the Liverpool Echo’s LFC correspondent Paul Gorst.
A year to the day after the Reds’ famous Champions League comeback at Anfield, James Noble recounts the drama with help from Guardian journalist Jonathan Liew, BBC Radio 5 Live commentator Ian Dennis, The Anfield Wrap’s Craig Hannan, Steven Scragg of These Football Times and the voice of Anfield himself, George Sephton.
In his first interview with an LFC site since he left the club in 1999, Sean Dundee has opened up on his all-too-short stint at Anfield.
The former Eintracht Frankfurt, Middlesborough and Sheffield United forward, now a renowned pundit in Europe, told The Kopite Podcast that Liverpool have ‘checked out’ the idea of signing the RB Leipzig star.
Former Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Sissoko spoke to The Kopite Podcast hosts Jay Pearson and Mick Moran.
Former Reds midfielder Boudewijn Zenden was speaking on The Kopite Podcast.
Ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup Fourth Round tie at Shrewsbury Town, The Kopite spoke to Ollie Warner of Salopcast – the popular Shrewsbury Town podcast which has been running since 2016 – to learn more about the Shropshire club and get his thoughts on the match.
Goalkeeping coach John Achterberg has been at Liverpool Football Club for a decade. Daniel Moxon speaks to the man who has seen it all at Anfield.
Daniel Moxon spoke to Danish throw-in coach Thomas Grønnemark, who has been invited by Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp to work with the squad at Melwood.