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Jürgen Klopp’s arrival as manager has sparked positivity among the Liverpool support, and this must be reflected within his playing squad.
Sacking Brendan Rodgers, after publicly backing him this summer, saw Fenway Sports Group follow a worrying trend with Liverpool managers.
Liverpool Ladies faced the toughest month of their season yet in September.
Josh Sexton looks at Brendan Rodgers’ biggest downfalls as Liverpool manager, and looks ahead to what is next for the club.
The timely return of Daniel Sturridge no doubt energised Brendan Rodgers.
Brendan Rodgers is a man in need of a plan right now, writes Thomas Bolton as he provides five things that the Liverpool boss should use the Europa League for.
Rogers needs to drop the cautious approach and get Liverpool back to playing attacking football, writes Andrew Ronan.
It’s time for Brendan Rodgers to get Liverpool back to playing “death by football”.
Liverpool have performed well for 45 minutes of the 450 played this season, writes Caislin Boyle after the miserable defeat to Man United.
Paul McCabe explains why why he thinks LFC fans need to be a bit more patient and supportive – whether you want Brendan Rodgers to stay or go.
There are three things that are certain in life: Death, taxes and a defensive error by Dejan Lovren, writes Daniyal Ahmed.
Matt Beard’s Liverpool Ladies enjoyed an upturn in form during the month of August.
Brendan Rodgers has been praised for his tactical acumen in the past but got it completely wrong against West Ham on Saturday.
Benji Deane takes a look at the decisions facing Brendan Rodgers during this international break – particularly in defence and following Coutinho’s dismissal.
After a miserable individual performance in Liverpool’s 3-0 loss to West Ham United, Dejan Lovren is in trouble, writes Thomas Bolton.
With Daniel Sturridge returning to training at Melwood this week, Andrew Ronan discusses the importance of his latest return.
Not named in the matchday squad for the opening game at Stoke City, Lazar Markovic’s future at Liverpool is in doubt a year after arriving for £20 million.
With a variety of systems on show in Liverpool’s 1-0 win over Stoke City on Sunday, Jed Davies highlights the role of James Milner as pivotal.
With Liverpool returning to the Britannia Stadium on Sunday, the scene of their 6-1 humiliation last time out, Josh Sexton takes a look at 5 happier meetings at the Potters.
With an unforgiving start to the season, Andrew Ronan urges Brendan Rodgers to pick a consistent side and formation to help Liverpool through the tough fixtures.
Liverpool Ladies returned to action in July following a mid-season break for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada; a busy couple of weeks seeing three league games and back-to-back wins in the Continental Cup, writes Heather Carroll.
With the Mario Balotelli experiment expected to close this summer, Andrew Ronan ponders if the Italian realises the chance he had to become a legend at Liverpool.
On the news that Javier Manquillo’s loan is set to be cancelled, guest writer John Hablitz argues why Liverpool should keep the Spanish right-back.
In less than four weeks, Brendan Rodgers has gone from a seemingly perilous position to being the one who will decide his own fate at Anfield.