Having marked his 17th birthday last month, Harvey Blair had another reason to celebrate this week as he signed a first professional contract with Liverpool.
Academy correspondent SAM JONES recounts the young Reds’ season so far, which has been nothing if not eventful…
The Reds have made a late move in the transfer market, signing the man dubbed the next Alisson Becker. SAM JONES looks at Liverpool’s newest acquisition.
Gary O’Neil aims to bring 21 years of first-term experience to Kirkby as he works alongside Barry Lewtas with the u23s.
The Wigan-born 18-year-old has played for the u18s, u23s and the Liverpool senior team all in one season. Can he push for more first-team game time next season?
His professional playing career was turbulent but, with proven success as a youth coach, can the new Liverpool u18s manager oversee a new generation of Reds stars?
What does academy star Abdi Sharif’s recent contract renewal tell us about Liverpool FC’s belief in his talent and future career? A lot, according to Liv Perry.
While the first team head off for some winter sun and the Club World Cup in Qatar, the responsibility of continuing progress in domestic competition falls to the youngsters. It presents those who are closer to the first team with a huge opportunity to push their way into Klopp’s plans.
All of the characteristics that we associate with this phenomenal Liverpool team are being drilled into the youth sides as well. This was evident as they featured in the Carabao Cup at Anfield.