Roberto Firmino officially signed for Liverpool five years ago today
by: Kieran Jackson — Daily Mail 4 Jul
In four-and-a-half years at Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp has improved most of the players he's worked with - but who hasn't progressed under the German during his time at Anfield?
by: Robert Davenport — The 4th Official 2 Jul
Stoke City were dealt an enormous blow to their Championship survival hopes last night, with.
by: Mark Ogden, Senior Writer, ESPN FC — ESPN: ESPN Leicester City 2 Jul
Over the past decade, Liverpool have gone from football laughingstock to the best team in the sport. Here's how they got there.
by: Matthew Creamer, Liverpool Content Manager — Last Word On Sports: Last Word On Football 30 Jun
Stoke City travel to the DW Stadium to face an in form Wigan Athletic side. The struggling Potters are looking to respond from their loss to Middlesbrough.
by: admin — Sports Monks 30 Jun
10) El Hadji Diouf Liverpool signed El Hadji Diouf for £10million from Lens the day after his Man of the Match performance in the opening game of the 2002 World Cup. His Senegal side – that went on to the quarter-finals in Japan and South Korea –...
by: Will Ford — Football365 30 Jun
Football365 - Danny Ings is among those who didn't make the grade with the Big Six, but went on to thrive elsewhere...
by: email@example.com (Joseph Chapman) — Birmingham Live 28 Jun
A round up of all things WBA from BirminghamLive
by: Matthew Stead — Football365 24 Jun
Football365 - Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants to know "how is it possible" for anyone to be so far ahead of Man City. Alisson, basically.
by: Planet Football — Football365 21 Jun
As well as making some excellent signings at Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp has also managed to get rid of players at the peak of their value.
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ian Doyle) — Liverpool Echo 19 Jun
FSG have overseen around £800m of Liverpool transfer signings and here's what we make of them all
by: Matthew Stead — Football365 15 Jun
Football365 - It was the year of Aguero and of Drogba and Gerrard. It was 2011/12.