ADAM ROBERTSON takes a look at Liverpool’s rotation so far this season, and why what has happened so far to the Reds bodes well for the rest of the campaign.
JIM NICHOL-TURNER discusses the Reds’ recent relationship with the Carabao Cup, and why its importance to Jürgen Klopp is different to the way other managers see this competition.
WILL SEAGER takes a look at the five best deals that Liverpool’s sporting director has orchestrated during his 10 years at the club.
LIAM WRAITH picks out his key moments from Liverpool’s 3-0 victory over Leeds United, as Mohamed Salah reached another milestone, Fabinho reminded us of his value and Harvey Elliott suffered an agonising setback.
JACK BRYANT debates whether Liverpool’s midfield has enough strength in depth for a Premier League title tilt this season, as Wijnaldum was not replaced after leaving upon the expiry of his Anfield deal.
PAUL CONNOR explores the transfer genius’ impact at Liverpool, and what might happen if the rumours are true and the sporting director does decide to leave.
The transfer window has closed with Ibrahima Konaté being Liverpool’s only signing of the summer. SCOTT MASON thinks the club has made a mistake in entering the new season with a lack of quality attacking depth.
While many big names have been linked with a move to Anfield this summer, SAM JONES thinks he’s found some lesser-celebrated players who could make a difference on Merseyside.
In the aftermath of the Swiss’ departure to French side Olympique Lyonnais, LIAM WRAITH wonders whether it represents good business for the Reds or a glaring error.
LIAM WRAITH found a lot of joy in Liverpool’s ideal start to the new Premier League season. Mohamed Salah took the headlines, but the performance also eased concerns over midfield depth heading into the new season.