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SOFIA, BULGARIA - Wednesday, November 26, 2014: Liverpool's manager Brendan Rodgers substitutes Raheem Sterling during the UEFA Champions League Group B match against PFC Ludogorets Razgrad at the Vasil Levski National Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Liverpool, Sterling, Champions League and a bit of ‘Brooky’

Tim Sansom bemoans the summer transfer sagas that have dominated recent years for Liverpool like Brookside soap opera storylines.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, October 25, 2014: Liverpool's Mario Balotelli looks dejected as his side draw 0-0 with Hull City during the Premier League match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Media Obsession Drives ‘The Mario Balotelli’ Show

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Book Review: Red Machine – Liverpool FC in the 80s

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GoodFella Review: A man with the weight of the game on his shoulders

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Dream Jobs from a Different World

Tim reviews an interesting book by Frank Gamble, LFC’s Lottery Sales Manager during the eighties as LFC ruled Europe.

Review: Pepe – My autobiography

Tim reviews Pepe’s autobiography – an honest and interesting read for all Reds.

Joe Fagan – One Book: So Many Emotions

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The Power of May

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Book Review: ‘An epic swindle: 44 months with a pair of cowboys’

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One Foot in the Past and One in the Future

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A Big Day for a Big Club

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Book Review: Dalglish – A Real Story To Tell

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Why Stevie G Needs a Big World Cup

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The Legacy of Shankly

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Book Review: Peter Crouch – Walking Tall

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Read All About Torres: A review of three Fernando Torres books

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The Seventeen Million Pound Question

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Exclusive interview with former Reds midfielder John Wark

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John Wark – The Kopite with Great Timing

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Michael Owen: The End of an Era?

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Let us praise Xabi Alonso

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What does this season really mean for Liverpool?

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Opinion: Keeping your nerve

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Book Review: 43 years with the same bird

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View From the Rd End: Spurs (a)

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Tractor Boys and Scousers

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