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May 16

THIEVES STEAL EUROPA LEAGUE TICKETS AT LIVERPOOL CITY CENTRE OFFICE

Ahead of the final of the 2015/2016 Europa League against Spanish opposition, Sevilla, on Wednesday May 18th, thieves broke into the city centre office and made away with the tickets for the game.


Sneak thieves walked into Liverpool FC’s city centre offices and stole dozens of ‘gold dust’ tickets for Wednesday night’s Europa League final. The theft took place on Friday at the club’s offices on Chapel Street.

It is believed that the club has promised that all fans who bought tickets from official channels will be able to get into the game. Detectives in Liverpool have now released CCTV of three men they wish to trace following the theft. Officers were called at around 3.30pm to reports two men had entered the Liverpool Football Club office on Chapel Street, one stealing Europa League final tickets, which were in envelopes waiting to be passed on to the legitimate ticket holders.

Chief Superintendent Jon Ward said:

“As well as urging anyone who has any information about this incident to come forward, I would also like to take the opportunity to remind Liverpool fans not to buy tickets from unofficial sources. The force understands the stolen tickets are no longer valid and will not provide access to the stadium. Continue reading →


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May 16

KEVIN STEWART IMPRESSES FOR LIVERPOOL

The 22-year old talent plying his trade with Liverpool impressed Jurgen Klopp with his performance against Stoke City. Kevin Stewart was handed his full premier league debut in the match as The Reds rounded up their opponents in a 4-1 victory to boost their chances for UEFA Europa League next season.

Liverpool are in 8th position in the English Premier League table with 48 points but with two games in hand. Southampton are 7th position on the log with only two points above The Reds while West Ham in 6th are four points clear from Liverpool though with a game in hand.

Kevin Stewart came through for Liverpool after suffering ankle ligament damage in training two months ago.

After the game, he told reporters: “There were a few mistakes in there which I’ll need to learn from but overall I think it went well. I tried a bit towards the end but that was down to not having played much recently. I’ll get that fitness back.”

He continued with the advice of Klopp.

“The manager told me to keep things simple – to be aggressive, to be confident and to defend well. He takes the pressure off players and gives you the belief to go out there and perform. I do get nervous but I think a few nerves keeps me aware and on my toes. The manager has shown a lot of faith in me and that gives me confidence. I need to keep improving and listening to him.” Continue reading →


15
Nov 15

Liverpool completed the signing of Christian Benteke but Rodgers wants more

Brendan Rodgers is having an active and busy summer transfer window as he has already signed: Adam Bogdan, Nathaniel Clyne, Danny Ings and James Milner. These are just a few of the high-profile signings that have recently arrived to Anfield.

Even with all of these new signings, Brendan Rodgers still seems to be interested in adding more players to the team and Liverpool are now setting their sights on Marco Reus from Borussia Dortmund.

Signing Marco Reus will be easier said than done as Real Madrid is also keeping a close eye on the German midfielder. Brendan Rodgers received an injection of cash of €49 million after having sold Raheem Sterling and this money might be used as a way to lure in Marco Reus to Anfield but it still remains uncertain if that cash will be enough to sign the 26 year old midfielder who has also attracted the attention of Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United.

Brendan Rodgers received a lot of hate from Liverpool fans after he decided to sell Luis Suarez and replaced him with a bunch of players who have done nothing except disappoint and Mario Balotelli commands that list, Rodgers still hasn’t appropriately found a player who can replace Luis Suarez but he is hoping that this gap will be filled in some way or another by signing Marco Reus and the English manager is prepared to spend big bucks in securing his services. Continue reading →


27
Jun 15

Despite not winning any major trophies, Adam Lallana has defended Brendan Rodgers

It has been a little over 3 years since Brendan Rodgers was selected as the new manager of Liverpool as he replaced Kenny Dalglish.

Fans of Liverpool had high expectations of Rodgers as he had just finished going through a superb managerial period of time with Swansea City where he was able to guide the English club from the Championship League into the Premier League as well as being awarded with the Championship Manager of the Month Award  for February.

Swansea City were favorites of being relegated after they got into the Premier League but thanks to a string of positive results, Brendan Rodgers and his squad managed to stay safe away from the bottom relegation zone during that season. Important points were secured despite playing against top clubs such as: Liverpool, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.

This impressive stint that Brendan Rodgers spent as the head coach of Swansea City was one of the reasons on why the Northern Irish coach was sought out by the executives of Liverpool but unfortunately for the club at Anfield, Rodgers has struggled trying to replicate what he accomplished with Swansea City.

Ever since his arrival to Anfield on June of 2012, Liverpool has not lifted a huge piece of silverware. The FA Cup, Champions League, Premier League, everything has been out of the reach of Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool. It hasn’t been an impressive period of time for the Premier League club.

The most successful season of Liverpool with Brendan Rodgers at the helm has been so far, during the 2013-14 season when the English side managed to seal the 2nd place of the Premier League but a big reason on why Liverpool was able to finish in such a high position was due to Luis Suarez as the Uruguayan attacker scored 23 goals and provided 5 assists during that season. Continue reading →


03
Jun 15

https://youtube.com/devicesupport

Movie Score: / five


05
May 15

SpeedART | Liverpool Football Club Website Redesign

Online video Rating: 5 / five


07
Apr 15

Simon Mignolet Signs for Liverpool!

Online video Score: four / five


21
Mar 15

Liverpool poor form down from last Many Matches

It has been suggested recently that Liverpool’s poor form in the first half of the season was largely down to a number of matches.

This was due to their commitments in the FA Cup, League Cup, and the Europa League, in addition to the Premier league action. After having been only involved in the Premier league – for most of the last campaign, it appeared that Liverpool were struggling to cope with the sheer number of matches. Their form has since recovered and the Reds are now the inform team in the division. They are undefeated in 2015.

However, Liverpool are at a disadvantage when it comes to the top four race with the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal since they have already played 46 matches up until now.Rodgers acknowledged that the team has been involved in a lot of matches, but he has not seen any signs fatigue within the team. The manager was speaking ahead of a crucial match with Swansea on Monday night. Continue reading →