Liverpool supporter Conor Thompson reflects on the lows and highs of an incredible week for the Reds and what it means to him as both a fan of the club and a football lover.
Conor Thompson explores the efforts being made by fan groups to keep the atmosphere and traditions of Liverpool FC alive.
Liverpool have officially released images of the proposed Anfield redevelopment plan. The first phase of the expansion would take the stadium capacity to 54,000 with the second phase taking it to 58,000.
Ahead of their German Cup semi-final, BVB fans paid their own tribute to the victims of Hillsborough on the 25th anniversary of the tragedy with a rendition of “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
This amazing footage gives an idea of the atmosphere on the Kop at Anfield ahead of the massive game with Manchester City, from the stunning rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone to the poignant minute’s silence in memory of the victims of the Hillsborough disaster.
On the 24th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy, the city of Liverpool remembered the 96 who died during a service at Anfield, the first since the Hillsborough Independent Panel cleared supporters of blame. In our latest guest post, Christer Eikrem of Live4Liverpool.com offers the reflections of an overseas fan which are sure to strike a chord with Reds followers from this side of the Irish Sea.
Following on from the greening of Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena, Liverpool’s famous Kop is also turning emerald to celebrate Ireland’s national day. And manager Brendan Rodgers approves.
Shane Long could be set to follow in the footsteps of John Aldridge by becoming the darling of the Anfield Kop. Ireland’s forward is a target for Liverpool in the January transfer window, according to newspaper reports. The in-form striker has scored seven goals this season to push West Brom to an unlikely fourth in the Premier League.
You’ll Never Walk Alone, the Liverpool anthem, has topped the iTunes download charts after a campaign by supporters following the Hillsborough revelations this week.
With Andy Carroll looking like he may be on his way out of Anfield, is it fair to describe his time at Liverpool as a flop? A return to Newcastle seems imminent but to portray it as slinking back with his tail between his legs would be unfair to the rangy striker. As Ireland found out in Gdansk, trying to fill the gaps left by Fernando Torres can leave you isolated.