This Is Anfield in 2012

2012 was another dramatic year for Liverpool FC on and off the pitch – a first trophy since 2006 was won, The King departed and a new era began under Brendan Rodgers.

There was also the Luis Suarez / Patrice Evra case that dominated the press, and the August deadline day debacle. Meanwhile, Being:Liverpool was filmed and FSG finally announced their intention to remain at Anfield rather than build a new stadium.

tiaIt was the meeting between Liverpool and Man United at Old Trafford back in February – and the non-handshake between Evra and Suarez – that produced the busiest day for This Is Anfield. – busiest day of the year was February 12th with 133,875 views

In total we published 1,143 articles this year. Of which the top 5 stories involved:

1. Suarez, Evra non-handshake
2. A message for the media and the hypocrite Ferguson
3. How a redeveloped Anfield could look
4. David Dein “advising FSG and set to be appointed”
5. Next LFC Boss: Top 5 candidates

Our visitors arrived from 216 countries around the World. Most visitors were from United Kingdom, with the United States and Ireland completing the top 3!

Some of our highlights from 2012 are:

– Attending the Bayer Leverkusen friendly in the Anfield press box (Report)
– Meeting with Brendan Rodgers at Melwood (‘Death by Football‘ / Transfer Ambitions
– Attending training on LFC’s North America Tour in Boston (Pics)
League Cup Final and a first trip to the new Wembley at last
FA Cup Semi Final with Everton

Most significantly, 2012 was the year that The Truth was finally heard and the road to Justice was begun.

In total, This Is Anfield was viewed approximately 11,000,000 times in 2012 (fitting for our 11th year online). An increase from 9.7m in 2011.

Happy New Year to everyone who visits and contributes to This Is Anfield.

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