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Liverpool will pay a visit to Old Trafford on Sunday, December 14, 2014. While the visitors aim to recover from their Champions League heartache, Manchester United target their sixth straight EPL win. It's a match you can't miss!
From a historic perspective, Liverpool versus Man United is always compelling. The Reds and Red Devils are the most successful clubs in English football history with 38 titles between the two (Man United-20, Liverpool-18).
That would be enough for most football fans, but there is so much more to this classic Northwest derby which make it almost as thrilling as El Clasico in Spain. In... Read the rest of the article »
To add insult to injury, the Swiss giants took to social media to taunt the Merseyside club after knocking the Reds out of the competition.
As if crashing out of the Champions League in front of their own supporters wasn't bad enough, Liverpool were further taunted by Basel on Instagram after the 1-1 draw at Anfield.
Needing to grab a win in order to make the round of 16, the Merseyside club only managed to share points with the Swiss as a disappointing performance from the English Premier League giants means their run on the European... Read the rest of the article »
The Reds captain blasted his own side after they failed to break down Swiss side FC Basel, drawing 1-1 at home, sending the Merseyside club out of the competition.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard was not all too pleased with his side after their 1-1 draw with Basel sent the Merseyside club out of the Champions League, insisting that the Reds didn't deserve to qualify for the round of 16.
Brendan Rodgers' side welcomed the Swiss giants to Anfield, needing a win to secure progression, but were unable to break them down, settling only for a single point.
But... Read the rest of the article »
The veteran midfielder has yet to decide on his future at Anfield beyond this season.
What a difference a few months can make.
Just this past May, Liverpool were close to winning their first Premier League title in decades, only to see it slip away. Although the Reds had to settle for second behind Manchester City, they nonetheless secured Champions League football for the first time in the past couple of seasons.
This season, however, has not been as kind to Brendan Rodgers... Read the rest of the article »
Another disappointing showing has Reds fans up in arms as they took to Twitter to vent their frustrations.
Last season, it was Manchester United who struggled awfully after winning the Premier League title in 2013 and as such, are not featuring in any European competition in 2014/2015.
Now this time, it is Liverpool. The Reds, spearheaded by the prolific striking duo of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge--nicknamed "SAS"--were close to winning their first league title in years, only to see... Read the rest of the article »
The Blues' win away at the Reds saw Mourinho's crew strengthen their lead at the top. An exciting clash, there were a few odd things in Saturday's Anfield encounter. Here are the top five
Saturday's English Premier League clash between Liverpool and Chelsea was everything football fans expected. The 2-1 Blues win was thrilling, heated, and feisty, as Jose Mourinho's men went on to grab all three points, maintaining their healthy lead at the top of the table.
Despite losing the Anfield encounter, it was the Reds who opened the goalscoring, as a ninth minute deflection off of Garry... Read the rest of the article »
Gareth Bale is back for Los Blancos after missing a handful of games. The Welshman had to witness El Clasico and other clashes as a spectator.
There’s good news for Real Madrid fans as Gareth Bale returns. Coach Carlo Ancelotti named the ex-Tottenham Hotspur player in his 19-man squad ahead of the Liverpool game on Matchday 4 of the UEFA Champions League.
“Bale is fine. He's ready. He is back from his injury. I still haven't decided if he is going to start,” Ancelotti confirmed.
Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers is... Read the rest of the article »
The English midfielder stated that the club will end up deciding whether he can continue with them or not.
One of football's legends may end up playing away from where it all started for him. Steven Gerrard, Liverpool's captain and one of the few players to spend his whole career with one side, was dubious about his near future with the Reds.
"I am going to play this season and the next. I still don't know where I'm going to do so. We'll have to see if I can play with Liverpool or somewhere... Read the rest of the article »
The Italian had nothing but high praise for his new captain in a recent interveiw.
Well, this is certainly a way to try to get on good terms with your new colleagues.
Liverpool signing Mario Balotelli hasn't exactly hit the ground running since making the move from Milan this summer, with the 24-year-old just netting once so far for Brendan Rodgers' men.
Yet, having had the chance to play with two of the top midfielders in the world--Juventus star Andrea Pirlo and... Read the rest of the article »
The Toffees defender scored a spectacular goal in stoppage time to earn Everton a point in the latest edition of the Merseyside Derby
Everton traveled to city rivals Liverpool to face off in the famous Merseyside Derby, as the Toffees went in hunt of their first win at Anfield in 15 years.
After last year's 4-0 hauling at the very same stadium last season, Roberto Martinez's side were keen on banishing the bad memory and grab all three points in the English Premier League's Saturday encounter.
However, a victory... Read the rest of the article »
The Reds managed to win with a last minute penalty, after giving away one goal for UEFA Champions league debutant Ludogorets.
Liverpool successfully returned to a UEFA Champions League match with a win against debutants Ludogorets. The Reds gave fans a little drama, scoring a penalty kick in the final seconds of the game.
Liverpool did not have an easy match against the Bulgarian side, not being able to score any goals in the first 45 minutes. Fans were starting to get nervous when finally, after 80 minutes, Mario... Read the rest of the article »
September 16, 2014 marks a very special day for Liverpool’s club and fans worldwide. Champions League football returns at Anfield after a five-year absence and captain Steven Gerrard is up for it!
In an exclusive interview with English news source Daily Mail, the veteran midfielder confessed:
“When you aren’t involved [in the Champions League], there is a big jealousy. I was jealous of the teams and players who were involved when Liverpool had nothing to do it with it.
“But that’s a good thing, isn’t it? It’s the best competition to play in at... Read the rest of the article »
Liverpool gear up for their mouthwatering Monday clash with the defending champions Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is confident his side can beat Manchester City when the two heavyweights lock horns in the English Premier League's highly-anticipated Monday encounter at the City of Manchester Stadium.
Liverpool last season came painstakingly close to laying their fingers on the title after brushing aside opponents Arsenal, Tottenham, Everton, and Manchester United over the... Read the rest of the article »
Many of football's biggest stars have all taken part in the trending ice bucket challenge. Which video was your favorite?
With the rise of social media, it seems like every time one turns around there's a new trend that has quickly gone viral as everyone wants to get a piece of what's trending.
The latest fad, called the "Ice Bucket Challenge" initially seems like one of those silly things that attention-seeking teenagers do just to get a bit of fame on the internet. However, it's not--with many of the... Read the rest of the article »
Stars like Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard, and more all among the most popular, but who was the no. 1 in the 2013-2014 season?
Football, like any other industry is a business, and a large part of many of Europe's top leagues' revenues come from sales of tickets and other sporting merchandise.
Many fans often splash out the cash to acquire tickets to see their favorite stars in action, but if they are not fortunate enough to reside within the country where their favorite team plays, are equally keen to purchase kits... Read the rest of the article »
American Fans to Get Front Row Experience of Soccer’s Greatest Players and Famed League Live in Theaters Starting Aug. 16
Soccer has taken root in the U.S. as never before and now new and longtime soccer fans alike will get a chance to witness the world’s best soccer on the big screen as Fathom Events and NBC Sports Group team up to present “Barclays Premier League LIVE" beginning Saturday, Aug. 16. Americans will have the opportunity to see England’s best – league champions Manchester... Read the rest of the article »
The Liverpool captain declared his desire to hang up his boots after 114 caps with the national side. With his retirement the FA will have an important decision to make as they look for a new man to lead the team.
Gerrard’s retirement puts the Three Lions in unchartered waters as they will be for the first time in a very long time put in a situation where they will have to choose a leader from a group of players who are not suitable to lead, an opinion which has been voiced by several former players.
Ex-England captain Bryan Robson who was capped 90 times between 1980 and 1991 has declared that... Read the rest of the article »
After England's disastrous World Cup campaign, Three Lions captain Steven Gerrard calls an end to 14 years of service to the national side
14 years after Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard made his England national team debut, the Whiston-born player decides to hang up his boots as he announced his retirement from international football.
The 34-year-old ace made this decision after the Three Lions went through a disappointing 2014 World Cup campaign, a tournament which saw a Gerrard error lead to the goal that sent England packing... Read the rest of the article »
England boss is set to axe many experienced stars for the Three Lions' last World Cup game against Costa Rica
The English national football team exited the 2014 World Cup early on in the tournament, crashing out in the group stage.
After falling to 2-1 losses in their first two games against Italy and Uruguay, accompanied by Costa Rica's 1-0 win over the Azzurri, a round of 16 qualification escaped from the Three Lions with one game to spare.
And now, as Roy Hodgson's side get prepared for their... Read the rest of the article »
The last time the Three Lions won any major international trophy was in 1966...so just imagine how the British press would react should they win in Brazil!
The last time England won any international trophy was back in 1966, when the Three Lions hosted the World Cup and emerged as victors.
It would turn out to be the last time they won anything to date, as they have failed to win a single EURO tournament nor another World Cup since.
Still, that has not prevented the British press from beating the drums and hyping up the squad ahead... Read the rest of the article »