This Is Anfield
If any more evidence of Liverpool’s continued progress under Jurgen Klopp was required, it was delivered in emphatic style on Thursday night.
Ignore what the media may say, there’s plenty of proof of the progress made under Jurgen Klopp in the last five months, as proven here by Alex Malone.
As Liverpool take on Manchester City in Sunday’s League Cup final, the fervour of the Merseyside support will be matched in California, writes Alex Malone.
Only five teams in the league have scored fewer goals than Liverpool.
Liverpool’s latest victory at home to Swansea City has heightened confidence that this is a side capable of challenging at the top of the Premier League.
The same mistakes that plagued Liverpool under Brendan Rodgers were apparent in the defeat to Palace, and Jurgen Klopp knows the task at hand.
Outlining the reasons why a top four finish is achievable for Liverpool FC this season under Jurgen Klopp.
Alex Malone highlights the positives we can take from Jurgen Klopp’s first game, and what it promises in the short and long-term future for the Reds.
Alex Malone explains exactly why Liverpool were right to sack Brendan Rodgers and highlights the warning signings that will have prompted FSG to do so.
Alex Malone takes a look at three major flaws in the Liverpool side at the moment – with some pretty damning statistics uncovered.
A solid but unspectacular start to the season, writes Alex Malone, as he discusses the talking points from Liverpool’s opening to 2015/16.