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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson appears to support fans' protest against club

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson appears to have backed Reds fans’ #WalkOutOn77 campaign by liking a tweet which called for people to support the protest.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the England midfielder has since unliked the article which suggested supporters should walk out of Anfield on 77 minutes for the match against Sunderland due to recent ticket hikes. 175 kata lagi


Leicester City 2-0 Liverpool: Trademark Leicester City Performance Renders Klopp's Liverpool Toothless

Leicester City remain three points clear at the top of the Premier League table on Tuesday evening, thanks to a trademark display of defensive and counter-attacking prowess against Liverpool at the KP Stadium. 818 kata lagi


Will the real Louis van Gaal please stand up

Liverpool v Manchester United, or was it the Dog & Duck v The Red Lion as Gary Neville suggested a while back? (Incidentally, if he doesn’t start getting a few wins in Valencia soon then he might find his next managerial job is a little closer to the pub leagues). 1.180 kata lagi

Norwich City v Liverpool Match Review

Norwich City 4- 5 Liverpool. One of the games of the season as a late late goal from Adam Lallana settle a breathless game of football at Carrow Road. 704 kata lagi

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Set piece defending lets Liverpool down again 


Liverpool were left to rue missed chances and their set piece defending as Manchester United stole the three points at Anfield. 195 kata lagi


Liverpool injury news: Jordan Henderson doubts, Daniel Sturridge delayed and Divock Origi out

Liverpool must negate cup opponents this week and face the problem of how to score away from home.

The latest slump at West Ham was their fourth away trip from the last five that has failed to produce a goal.  416 kata lagi


West Ham United v Liverpool Premier League: Team news, injury news, team line ups and TV times

Slaven Bilic will be a relieved man. West Ham’s narrow 2-1 win over Southampton on Monday was their first in nine matches.

Sitting seventh at the halfway stage, a point and place behind Manchester United, will do very nicely thank you. 531 kata lagi