Where does Rodgers need to strengthen?

AFTER an underwhelming start to the season which has seen Liverpool not only lie astray of the Premier League leaders market, but also suffer a Champions League exit, it’s quite clear lessons need to be learned from the summer’s transfer moves.

The difficulty in January is that both funds, and quality of players available, will be of a different level. Liverpool will therefore have to be astute in the market, and pack certainty when going in for a player.
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LFC receives gold standard for its new Changing Places facility

LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB’S newly installed Changing Places facility has been awarded gold standard – setting the benchmark for other stadia and sporting venues.

LFC is one of only two Premier League Football Clubs to install a Changing Places facility, which is a fully accessible toilet with additional equipment such as; a mobile hoist; a changing bench custom made in LFC red and enough space for up to two carers. Read more

Liverpool To Raid The January Sales, But Who Should They Sign?

 

Brendan Rodgers

BRENDAN RODGERS has a lot to think about at the moment. Getting back to winning ways is first and foremost. The two results against Stoke and Leicester have gone some way to remedying that. Then there’s solving the problem which is Mario Balotelli, getting Daniel Sturridge back to full fitness, and anticipating whether Steven Gerrard will sign a new contract. And all that’s on top of some much needed reinforcements come January.

There have been plenty of names thrown around ahead of the opening day of the window on January 1, with the likes of Martin Odegaard, Edinson Cavani, and Mats Hummels all being linked with a move to Anfield. But who do we need? Who do we want? And more importantly who will we get? Read more

HARD CASE: An honest book from an honest footballer

THERE was a lot of fuss recently when Roy Keane brought out his second autobiography, the thoughts of a football ‘hardman’ with a decent number of medals who had played at more than one club in his time.

How would that hardman measure up to a man from another era, a man who won plenty of silverware for Liverpool, a certain Jimmy Case? We’ll never know, of course, although many of those who played with or against Jimmy Case would put the former Reds midfielder well out in front. Anyone on the wrong end of one of his shots certainly would.

‘Casey’ brought his own autobiography out recently but without any of the hype that accompanied the thoughts of Mr Keane. Read more