Liverpool FC – At a crossroads

It is no exaggeration to say Liverpool’s next managerial appointment could well represent the most significant since that of Bill Shankly.

Time to put the politics to one side

A view as to why Liverpool FC fans should reserve judgement on the club’s owners – Fenway Sports Group- for now.

Ayre urges fans to get behind Fenway Sports Group

Liverpool Football Club Managing Director Ian Ayre says he understands why fans are naturally disappointed that Kenny Dalglish was sacked as club manager this week, but has urged fans to trust the owners in their next appointment.

Dalglish’s Liverpool future unclear

The Liverpool manager’s future remains uncertain after FSG failed to provide assurances over Kenny Dalglish’s job as LFC boss.

Liverpool FC’s North America Tour 2012

The dates and locations for Liverpool’s North America Tour this summer have now been finalised, with Toronto confirmed as the third destination, adding to Boston and Baltimore.

Au Revoir Damien Comolli, In FSG I trust

Owen Kavanagh looks at the dismissal of Director of Football Damien Comolli and the future Liverpool FC has in store in the hands of Fenway Sports Group.

What next for Liverpool Football Club?

Si Steers takes a look at the departure of Damien Comolli and one or two of the theories as to why he lost his job; also looking at how the Club may move forward.

Dalglish: Signings have been my choice

Liverpool FC manager Kenny Dalglish has told the media that all signings since he arrived at the Club have been his choice – not Damien Comolli’s.

Can moneyball work in football?

Si Steers takes a look at whether Moneyball can work in football; and where Liverpool need to learn that statistics are only part of the answer.

The stadium issue: we have to get it right

Si Steers discusses the importance of FSG making a decision on the new stadium, or redevelopment of Anfield, this year – before we are left behind by more of our rivals.

Liverpool may yet remain at Anfield

Although Liverpool have scrapped Tom Hicks’ commissioned designs in favour of 2003 stadium designs, they could still stay at the current stadium.