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LMA manager of year Brendan Rodgers now feels pressure at Liverpool | Andy Hunter
After a near miss in the battle for the Premier League title, the man in charge at Anfield is under scrutiny over poor form and the failure to adequately replace Luis Suárez• ‘I’m not arrogant enough ... [Read More]
 
Rodgers will NOT be sacked as Liverpool boss
Brendan Rodgers will NOT be sacked as Liverpool manager, as the clubs owners remain committed to a long term plan, according to the Telegraph. The Reds currently sit 12th in the Premier League with 14... [Read More]
 
Liverpool declared the most popular English football team in the United States (Image)
Liverpool in Boston: Reds popularity spreads from US base… Liverpool are reportedly the most popular team in America, that is according to this graphic tweeted by Tim Treacy, the chairman of the... [Read More]
 
Liverpool financial progress 'phenomenal'
Liverpool financial progress 'phenomenal'Via ESPN [Read More]
 
UEFA Confirm Liverpool One of the Clubs Being Investigated for Financial Fair Play Breaches
No reason to panic UEFA has confirmed that Liverpool, along with Monaco, AS Roma, Besiktas, Inter Milan, Krasnodar and Sporting Lisbon are all being investigated for potential Financial Fair Play brea... [Read More]
 
Liverpool set for UEFA investigation for breach of Financial Fair Play rules
Liverpool are one of several clubs to be investigated by UEFA for breach of Financial Fair Play rules, according to the Telegraph. An announcement from the European governing body could be made as ear... [Read More]
 
Anfield Stadium Expansion Takes Another Step Forward
Moving forward Liverpool’s proposed expansion of Anfield has been slow going since owners Fenway Sports Group announced that re-generation rather than a fresh build would be the way forward for ... [Read More]
 
Brendan Rodgers Almost Didn’t Take Liverpool Job
The one. It’s no secret that Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers initially spurned the advances of the Reds ownership group when they were looking for a replacement for Kenny Dalglish, but it’s... [Read More]
 
Liverpool Learned Valuable Lessons From “Dark Days”
Ian talks sustainability Even just thinking for a second back to the days when Liverpool were owned by Tom Hicks and George Gillette is enough to make skin crawl and eyes roll — no one wants to ... [Read More]
 
Ian Ayre delighted in Reds upturn
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre is delighted with the club’s recent upturn in fortunes, and believes the club have learnt lessons from the dark period under George Gillet and Tom Hicks, repor... [Read More]
 

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