There may be no football for Liverpool at the moment but it’s been a busy week in the world of LFC with the Iago Aspas transfer saga and Luis Suarez‘ continually public pursuit of a move to Madrid dominating headlines.
Away from the transfer window rumour mill, we’ve had some interesting opinion and features on the site this week. Here’s the most read and debated:
With players linked to Liverpool on a daily basis throughout the summer, we provided an explanation of the LFC “transfer committee” and who exactly is on it and what their roles are.
Following on from this we mapped the club’s scouting team.
The Long and Winding Road, by Si Steers
Well known columnist Si Steers provided an excellent assessment of where the club is at on and off the pitch.
Liverpool FC Under 21s Season Review 2012/13, by Michael Sweeting
Our academy guru Michael Sweeting produced his review of the under 21’s season, breaking the season into it’s phases and explaining his best moments from the campaign.
Luis Suarez and the Price of Loyalty, by Marco Lopes
Marco asked what defines a successful career? Is Luis Suarez being sincere in his comments? Are we better off without a ‘superstar’ – ala Dortmund? A superb article on the saga.
Glen Johnson – the debate to keep or sell, by Ben Twelves
Whisper it quietly but Liverpool could cash-in on the England full-back this summer. Ben Twelves discussed the pros and cons of such a decision. Economic sense maybe, but not for the future of the team next season.
Exclusive Interview with the Radio City Sports Team, by John Ritchie
John met up with Carl Woodward, producer at Radio City Sports, to ask him about all things LFC – starting here in part one with Lucas, Allen and Brendan Rodgers.
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Coming up next week:
Part 2 of John’s interview with Radio City Sports Team
Dan Holland reflects on a memorable week in 2001
Scott Taylor takes a look at 5 young academy forwards
The best LFC twitter accounts
Why Pepe Reina is a victim of his own success