Reds players Q&A with Kicks Foundation

Liverpool players Raheem Sterling, Emre Can, Simon Mignolet and Fabio Borini all met a group of teens from the Kicks Programme as part of a Warrior and LFC Foundation event to celebrate the great work the Programme does and to help raise awareness. Warrior Football has donated £50,000 worth of apparel and equipment to Liverpool FC Foundation to distribute to community charities locally and overseas, with the Kicks Programme being one of those who benefit from this donation.

LFC Foundation Donation 201114

Watch the video below to see the quartet answering their questions.
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Reds players Q&A with Kicks Foundation

Liverpool players Raheem Sterling, Emre Can, Simon Mignolet and Fabio Borini all met a group of teens from the Kicks Programme as part of a Warrior and LFC Foundation event to celebrate the great work the Programme does and to help raise awareness. Warrior Football has donated £50,000 worth of apparel and equipment to Liverpool FC Foundation to distribute to community charities locally and overseas, with the Kicks Programme being one of those who benefit from this donation.

LFC Foundation Donation 201114

Watch the video below to see the quartet answering their questions.
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Liverpool’s summer signings – A progress report

INSPIRED by the sheer ruthlessness in front of goal provided by Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez, Liverpool came within a whisker of winning the Premier League title in 2013-14, eventually finishing two points behind Manchester City in second. But the departure of Suarez, coupled with the added demands of Champions League football forced Brendan Rodgers into a busy summer in the transfer market.

With so much to live up to, there has been intense scrutiny on the new faces at Melwood as the club’s form has been woefully inconsistent this time around. Of the eight that arrived, none have been spotlighted more than enigmatic Italian Mario Balotelli, who returned to England following 19 months back in Italy and has continued to be a magnet for publicity. Read more

Audio: Reaction to LFC's defeat in Madrid

LIVERPOOL’S defeat in Madrid last night wasn’t the end of the world and the club still have it in their hands to make it into the knockout stages. Before the game news leaked (via the Spanish press initially) that Rodgers would be making several changes to his team. This came after he said in his media conference that the Champions League came after the Premier League in his priorities.

After the game Rodgers explained his decision:
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Audio: Reaction to LFC’s defeat in Madrid

LIVERPOOL’S defeat in Madrid last night wasn’t the end of the world and the club still have it in their hands to make it into the knockout stages. Before the game news leaked (via the Spanish press initially) that Rodgers would be making several changes to his team. This came after he said in his media conference that the Champions League came after the Premier League in his priorities.

After the game Rodgers explained his decision:
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