July 2011 Archives
KENNY DALGLISH is hoping returning to the city of one of Liverpool's greatest ever triumphs will bring out the best in his players tonight.
Liverpool FC's Jay Spearing on how he sat on a lamp post for four hours celebrating Istanbul 2005
AS THE half-time whistle blew in Istanbul on May 25, 2005, a shell-shocked Jay Spearing cast a glance around him.
Jordan Henderson hoping for chance to shine with Liverpool FC
JORDAN HENDERSON is hoping to get the chance to shine in tonight's Liverpool FC friendly with Galatasaray.
Everton FC Ladies 1 Liverpool FC Ladies 0: Natasha Dowie hits Mersey derby decider
THE tight surroundings may have been different and the segregation a bit more relaxed, but there was no mistaking that the crowd at Marine FC's Arriva Stadium witnessed a typical Merseyside derby last night.
JAY SPEARING has vowed to fight for his place in the face of increased competition at Anfield.
MEXICAN starlet Marco Bueno is determined to grab his chance to shine after signing a pre-contract agreement with Liverpool FC.
HARDWORKING, committed, driven... but soccer boss Rafa Benitez isn't the only member of his family to exude these qualities.
DANIEL PACHECO'S hopes of returning to Norwich City appear to have been dashed - but the striker is determined to leave Liverpool if his lack of first team opportunities continues.
Liverpool FC legend John Aldridge told his phone was hacked by News of the World
LIVERPOOL FC legend John Aldridge today spoke of his shock after being told he was a victim of phone hacking.
Luis Suarez targets Premier League title with Liverpool FC
LUIS SUAREZ'S Copa America winning exploits have intensified his desire to lift silverware with Liverpool FC.
KENNY DALGLISH is considering handing debuts to LFC new boys Stewart Downing, Jordan Henderson and Alexander Doni in tomorrow's friendly at Hull City.
LUIS SUAREZ insists the Golden Boot doesn't bother him as he focuses on winning the Copa America.
THERE will be a familiar face looking to thwart Liverpool's advances at the KC Stadium tomorrow.
The left-back position at Liverpool has been a problem ever since John-Arne Riise left the club in 2008. Emiliano Insua, Fabio Aurelio and other alternatives have been tried but none have filled the void.
Kenny Dalglish and Damien Comolli are seeking a new left-back to strengthen the defence for the coming season and many players have been linked with the club. Insua has now returned after a year-long loan to Turkish club Galatasaray but may find himself as back-up to a new arrival. Fabio Aurelio has had many injury problems during his Liverpool career, and although the Brazilian has plenty of quality, it is unlikely he will be given much playing time. Kenny Dalglish gave Glen Johnson a go at left-back last season and even brought through youngster Jack Robinson for a few games but finding a new left-back will be the priority for Dalglish now.