The LFC Week: Stadium news and Sterling scores

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It’s been another eventful week in the history of Liverpool FC, here’s a round-up of anything you might have missed.

The Kop

Monday

Monday represented two years since John Henry and NESV / FSG purchased Liverpool FC.

2 years of FSG – The report card

The day saw Liverpool FC and Liverpool City Council confirm plans to redevelop Anfield, rather than move to a proposed new stadium in Stanley Park.

Liverpool FC decide to stay at Anfield
How a redeveloped Anfield could look (Most read article this week)
Anfield expansion delights Gerrard

Tuesday

How the decision to remain at Anfield means Gillett and Hicks would never been needed had LFC been able to redevelop Anfield as planned years ago. Article

Tuesday night saw several LFC players on international duty, with early reports of Pepe Reina suffering a hamstring strain warming up for Spain.

Nightmare international break for LFC

Wednesday

Steven Gerrard and Glen Johnson played the full 90 minutes as England drew with Poland, 24 hours after the farcical scenes on Tuesday night after rain postponed the game.

Friday

Liverpool’s Under 21s continued their impressive form, defeating Man City 3-1 courtesy of goals from Adam Morgan (2) and Dani Pacheco.

Impressive Under 21’s defeat Man City

Impressive young midfielder Suso completed the signing of a new extended contract

Suso signs new deal at Liverpool

Saturday

The day started well, with Liverpool’s under 18s and under 16s both recording victories over Man City. Daniel Trickett-Smith and Kris Peterson scoring the goals for the U18s.

A rare Saturday, 3pm kick off saw Reading the visitors to Anfield. Brad Jones making his first Premier League start for the club after Reina’s injury.

Raheem Sterling scored his first Liverpool goal to give the Reds a 1-0 victory.

Premier League Table Premier League Form Guide

To mark the end of the 30-year wait for a league title, the ‘Liverpool Mishmash’ poster is available to order exclusively on This Is Anfield — the history of the Reds in one image!

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