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BBC Sport's Awards Day

Looks like Liverpool FC has dominated the BBC Awards for 2019-20 Season and it seems just about right with the winners and PL XI team but Bruno Fernandes was a very strange addition into that team and they were other possible selected chosen nominees. I feel that Milner should have gotten a place in the XI team but we got seven players on the list and Henderson has been incredible this season.

Premier League Manager
Jurgen Klopp

PL Player of the Season
Jordan Henderson

PL Young Player
Trent Alexand

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All games cancelled

Was only a matter of time really, 30 effing years we wait to lift the title and we get an effing virus affecting the world, talk about making us wait!!!!!!

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Neil Critchley leaves Liverpool U23s role

Liverpool can confirm U23s coach Neil Critchley has left the club to take up the position of head coach at Blackpool.

After six-and-a-half years of outstanding service within the Reds’ Academy set-up, the 41-year-old departs to begin a role with the first team at the League One side.

Critchley moved to Merseyside in September 2013 to take the reins of the U18s before progressing to the U23s ahead of the 2017-18 campaign.

He also took charge of the first team for two games this season as he oversaw

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Liverpool Women will play at Anfield for the first time when they take on Everton in November.

Liverpool FC Women will play their first ever game at Anfield next month when they host Everton for a historic Merseyside derby.

The match will form part of the FA's Women's Football Weekend during the men's international break on Sunday, November, 17.

Liverpool FC CEO Peter Moore, who is also chairman of Liverpool FC Women, said: "This is a historic moment for women's football on Merseyside. "We're incre

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New 2019/20 Away Kit

The Reds’ away kit for next season pays homage to the legendary Bob Paisley, the most successful manager in the club’s history, in the year of the 100th anniversary of his birth. Quite similiar to the home kit and it looks decent even though the image doesn't give a proper view. I am sure it will look better on the players and the supporters. Can't wait to see the third kit... Black? or Yellow?



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New 2019/20 Home Kit

The Reds’ home kit for next season pays homage to the legendary Bob Paisley, the most successful manager in the club’s history, in the year of the 100th anniversary of his birth.

In special tribute to Paisley’s remarkable LFC legacy, each jersey is inscribed with his signature on the inside of the neck and also includes a swing tag dedicated to his incredible achievements.

Retaining the popular deeper red shade of recent years, the home shirt features stylish white pinstripes inspired by the 1982-

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Tommy Smith RIP

Sad news Tommy Smith the Anfield Iron passed away in his sleep this afternoon. Another Legend gone RIP Big Man

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LFC plan 85M Dembele bid?!

The dailies are rife with rumours that Reds are planning an audacious GBP85 million bid for Ousmane Dembele from Barca. While the need for a creative, offensive midfielder is an obvious gap to close for LFC since the parting of Gerrard and Coutinho, this club record bid is clearly raising eye-brows. Is Dembele worth 85M or will Fekir on a pay for play basis represent better value? Reds obviously don't need a repeat of dud panic buys of the likes of Andy Carroll and Balotelli.

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Steven Gerrard is Rangers new Manager

He has signed a four year deal to be their next Gaffer. A huge gamble for him and he needs all the luck with it. However, the quality of Scottish football is so poor and he could have started his managerial career in one of the lower divisions in English Football instead. For example, there are many good managers that started in the lower leagues, Chris Hughton, Eddie Howe, Sean Dyche, etc. I wish Stevie G all the best with his new career and to be honest I don’t want him to manage Liverpool som

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Curious Doings At The Etihad

Manure 3, City 2.  What a game, what a result!  The all conquering confidence of City has taken a big hit.  Two losses in consecutive games will surely have an effect on their performance!  We should send the special one a fitting gift in appreciation.  Something in the mode of a cake with a measure of quick acting laxative!  Seriously, a better outcome could not be envisioned.  We must go into Tuesday's game with the approach that we are going to fight an alpha dog who wants to reassert his dom

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