JAMES NOBLE remembers Sebastián Coates’ time as a Liverpool player, and ponders why the Uruguayan – now club captain and a serial trophy winner with Sporting CP – didn’t make more of his time at Anfield.
Anfield was in mourning one day after the death of Bill Shankly, but it was about to get its first glimpse at the goal-scoring talent of its next hero.
When still in his 20s and working as a teacher, the future Liverpool manager got his first glimpse of Anfield football – and was able to witness plenty of goals as the Reds ran riot.
Tottenham had Glenn Hoddle and two World Cup winners in their side, but were torn apart by the relentless Reds. Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE reports.
Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE remembers the defender who turned down Barcelona to stick with the Reds through some of the club’s darkest days.
Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE on the life and career of Ian St John, who continued to be a familiar face and voice in British living rooms long after his time in a Liverpool shirt.
As Mario Balotelli turns 31, JAMES NOBLE revisits the brief Anfield career of a man who could never find any form on Merseyside.
Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE on one of Liverpool’s greatest ever defenders, who signed for the club 60 years ago.
Stewart Downing and Lazar Marković joined Liverpool on July 15 in 2011 and 2014 respectively. Their arrivals were accompanied by a good level of optimism but, for reasons JAMES NOBLE explains, neither fulfilled their potential on Merseyside.
On the evening of Wednesday, June 24, 2020, Jürgen Klopp’s side put in a brilliantly dominant Anfield display against Roy Hodgson’s men to take themselves within two points of that cherished first Premier League title.