June 2011 Archives
DANNY WILSON has emerged as a potentially deciding factor in a deal to bring Charlie Adam to Liverpool FC.
Liverpool FC owner John W Henry says transfer policy will be to achieve long-term aims not short-term gains
LIVERPOOL FC owner John Henry has publicly laid down a marker for the club's transfer policy by confirming the plan is to build for long-term success and not spend purely for instant gains.
Dr Peter Brukner says Liverpool FC squad handed summer fitness regime
MEDICAL chief Dr Peter Brukner says the Liverpool FC squad have been maintaining fitness levels during their time off.
LIVERPOOL look set to miss out on Connor Wickham after Sunderland had a £9million offer accepted for the Ipswich Town striker.
STEVEN GERRARD is confident Liverpool now have the right structure in place to challenge for honours again.
BIRMINGHAM will not allow central defender Scott Dann to leave until their full valuation of the player is met, it is understood.
STEWART DOWNING fits the bill in Liverpool's search for a top class winger, according to former Reds star Steve McManaman.
STEVE McMANAMAN'S playing days under Kenny Dalglish may have been brief but they left a lasting impression.
ROMA goalkeeper Alexander Doni says he turned down a move to Liverpool because he was facing a big pay cut.
October 2009, Prenton Park, and all eyes were on a reserve match between Liverpool and Sunderland. An unlikely venue for a first sighting of a new star but Liverpool fans were eager to see Alberto Aquilani in a red shirt, kicking a ball. The Press were watching too as Aquilani produced an embarrassed smile at the attention he was receiving at making the bench for the second string. A fifteen minute run out was all the watching public got to see, but every touch, pass and movement was analysed so closely. Opinions needed to be formed, and this was all they had to go off. He was big news.
LIVERPOOL are set to step up their pursuit of Ipswich Town striker Connor Wickham in the face of competition from Sunderland.
LIVERPOOL managing director Ian Ayre has defended the club's decision to change the way tickets are sold to LFC official members.