This Is Anfield
This Is Anfield
Leicester City’s stunning Premier League triumph couldn’t have come at a better time for Jurgen Klopp.
Analyst Jed Davies provides a different take on Liverpool’s incredible comeback against Dortmund last week.
Since being dumped out of the FA Cup by West Ham on a dreary February evening, Liverpool have increasingly improved and appear to be going from strength to strength.
The out-of-favour Belgian striker has given himself more to do in the fight to save his flagging Anfield career and thinly-veiled criticisms of Klopp will gain him no sympathy.
Jurgen Klopp hasn’t got much wrong since arriving in October, but his subs at Southampton make him culpable in the defeat.
Liverpool’s ineptitude from corner kicks is much maligned among the fanbase, so we found out exactly how bad the Reds are at attacking and defending them this season.
As key players return and a summer of rebuilding appears on the horizon, Jurgen Klopp’s vision of the future is tentatively beginning to take shape.
Plagued by a persistent heel injury and with Liverpool linked with players such as Granit Xhaka – is Jordan Henderson’s place assured
Liverpool have gone five hours without a goal and this drought with the striker situation leaves optimism waning.
With crippling defensive issues holding Liverpool back under Jurgen Klopp, the German may be wise to adopt a bold, passionate attacking approach.
Defeat on Sunday highlights why Liverpool need to stop acquiring sub standard quantity over quality, and instead sign two or three proven, top quality players.
Liverpool’s maddening defeat at the hands of their biggest rivals is hard to take, but a clear vision of the future is emerging.
Is Klopp really happy with Mignolet as his No.1? If so, it would be the manager’s first big mistake at Liverpool.
Dan Holmes on Daniel Sturridge – Liverpool’s top paid player and the man who gives the side a completely different dynamic up front.
When Liverpool take on Watford at Vicarage Lane on Sunday afternoon, the stands will be filled with tales of the great John Barnes.
Philippe Coutinho has become Liverpool’s match-winner, and creating more of his ilk will see Klopp able to keep them at the club together.
Colombian Liverpool supporter David Guzmán explains what it’s like supporting the Reds in South America.
Why the atmosphere at Anfield is important and some suggestions on what initiatives could make things better.
A delegation of fans led by the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) will deliver a message to Premier League clubs demanding a cut in away ticket prices.