Best team in England. champions of Europe six times super cup champions and world club champions and

Operating as usual

[05/19/21]   Big 3 points get in back in the top four it’s in our hands now.

We will have fans at Anfield on Sunday 10,000 roughly

Come on the boys they can do it now

Champions league football next season fingers crossed

Bobby, Philips, OX



Prior to kick-off on Wednesday evening, Liverpool will observe a minute’s silence to remember the 96 who lost their lives at Hillsborough stadium during the FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest on April 15, 1989.

The club will also lay floral wreaths at the Hillsborough memorial at Anfield and flags will be flown at half-mast. Players will wear black armbands to honour lives lost and lives impacted by the tragedy, and tributes will be displayed on the LED boards surrounding the pitch in lieu of fans being able to mark respect.

The matchday programme will also commemorate the 32nd anniversary of the tragedy, and will be available online and in official retailers.

Margaret Aspinall, who is the former chair of the Hillsborough Family Support Group (HFSG), spoke to LFCTV about how the families intend to mark the anniversary and detailed why the decision has been taken to now fold the HFSG. This interview is available online and in the LFCTV app.


Mo Salah’s interview with Spanish media outlet Marca which has gained attention, have a read below.

Question: What first came to mind when you saw who Liverpool had drawn in the Champions League quarter finals?

Answer: I thought about how good it would be if we got through to the semi finals.

Did you want to draw Real Madrid at this stage?

Well, I didn't have a preference. It's the quarter finals - I didn't care one way or the other.

Is it better to face Real Madrid now than in the final?

It doesn't matter to me. We're in the quarter finals - all the teams are top-class, very good.

Do you have special motivation to get revenge for Kiev?

Let's just say that I have special motivation to win the tie and go through to the semi finals. What's going to happen now isn't going to change the result of the final in Kiev. That's in the past.

And is there a special motivation to face Sergio Ramos again?

[Laughs] That game is in the past, so I don't think about it. I'm thinking about the team. Everyone is focused on their team and everyone wants to win... that's it.

What has changed at Liverpool since the 2018 final?

Since then, we've won the Premier League and the Champions League. We're winners. That's a big change.

That Real Madrid team had Cristiano Ronaldo, Keylor Navas, Gareth Bale... is this season's team worse than that one?

It's different. They've lost some great players, like Cristiano Ronaldo - the best in the club's history, someone that scored so many goals. At the same time, they've signed [Eden] Hazard. Eden's been unlucky, he's been injured... But it's a different team.

This team is in the quarter finals, it has great players, although they've lost Ronaldo's goals... I can't say which is better. All I can say is that they're in the quarters now, that I'm sure they're prepared and... that we have to be ready to face them.

Who do you think is the favourite to go through?

I think we're both strong. Both teams have won their last two games in the Champions League. Both teams are prepared. It's a special competition and both teams are doing well in it.

What about Real Madrid worries you the most?

That they can win the Champions League. They do very well in this competition - they've won it many times, they've won four in the last 10 seasons. They're a team that really likes the Champions League.

Which Real Madrid player do you particularly like?

I can't pick one... the majority of them are great players. Hazard. I have a great relationship with him, he did very well at Chelsea, but he's not getting any luck at the moment. Luka [Modric]. I also get on really well with him. We've met each other a few times. I can't pick one because they're top players and it's a top club.

You've become one of the best goalscorers in the world. Here in Spain, we debate over whether Vinicius Junior can end up scoring goals or not. What was it like for you? Were you a natural finisher or did you work on it?

I don't think you have to worry about him (Vinicius). I wasn't a natural goalscorer, but I had to work really hard. I remember when I was at Basel and couldn't score many goals. Then I went to Chelsea, Fiorentina, Roma... I did a lot of work with [Luciano] Spalletti [at Roma]. Almost every day after training, he would call me over and we would be on the pitch alone and we'd just do shooting, shooting, shooting.

I also built a pitch in my garden at home to work on my finishing. [Vinicius] just needs to keep working, working, working and it will come. With the opportunities he has, it has to come eventually. He just needs to work hard and it will come naturally.

Which Real Madrid player would you sign for Liverpool?

I think our team is good enough as it is and that's it.

What do you make of Zinedine Zidane?

He's a great coach. He's won three Champions Leagues. He's doing a very good job with the team. He left and he came back to help the team win trophies again. He was one of my idols when I was little. He's doing great as a coach.

How do you explain Liverpool's disappointing Premier League title defence?

Lots of things happened at once. Luck hasn't been on our side. It's made us want to win the Champions League even more and I hope we can do it.

What's your relationship with Jurgen Klopp like? Do you talk much?

It's a normal relationship between two professionals. That's how I'd describe it.

Without fans, who do you think loses out the most - Real Madrid without the Bernabeu or Liverpool without Anfield?

Anfield! I think everyone can say that. Anfield. We've lost a lot without our fans. I think we're the team that suffers most without fans.

Are you going to play in the Olympics?

Whatever happens, everyone will be in agreement - including my club.

You'll be 29 in June. What do you hope to achieve in the rest of your career?

I hope to be doing the same thing that I've been doing in recent years. Winning trophies, scoring goals, helping my team win trophies... That's the most important thing for me.

Do you see yourself at another club after four years at Liverpool? Is it time to move on?

It's not up to me. We'll see what happens but I prefer not to talk about that now.

You've played in England and Italy. Are you keen to try out Spanish football?

I hope to be able to play for many more years. Why not? No one knows what's going to happen in the future, so... maybe one day, yes.

Photos from LIVERPOOL Fans Only's post 26/03/2021

Photos from LIVERPOOL Fans Only's post


Madrid, Ramos, or anyone for that matter. Liverpool are European Royalty - and don't you forget it. ❤❤❤❤❤❤ #ChampionsLeaguedraw #Liverpool #LFC #Madrid

[03/15/21]   Big win for Liverpool FC


Big 3 points


[03/15/21]   Come on LIVERPOOL



Gerrard's brilliant hat-trick against Everton ⚽️


Klopp stayed up with the fans 🎶


🔴 98% of Liverpool fans agree with this idea..
☑️ Regarding Klopp achievement, Carragher praised: "No one can achieve what Klopp has done for Liverpool since 2015. He brings trophies and connects fans. That's why. As a Liverpool fan, I don't want anyone else leading the club, not even Pep Guardiola. Klopp net worth during her time at Anfield was just 153 million dollars, much less than Man. City, Man Utd, Tottenham, Arsenal and even Everton in the same period.

‘Pep having to sell De Bruyne to buy Ederson & Laporte…’ Carra excellent explains Klopp / Guardiola achievement difference 12/03/2021

‘Pep having to sell De Bruyne to buy Ederson & Laporte…’ Carra excellent explains Klopp / Guardiola achievement difference

‘Pep having to sell De Bruyne to buy Ederson & Laporte…’ Carra excellent explains Klopp / Guardiola achievement difference Jamie Carragher has written a long and very interesting piece about why Jurgen Klopp is still the most important man at Liverpool and any discussion on replacing him is ridiculous. Liverpool are en…


Thiago on Fabinho: 🗣 “Fabinho is a great player. He gives us a lot of confidence. It’s awesome to play alongside him. It meant I could move forward and play with the strikers more. I like it as it means you’re nearer the goal to create chances. It’s been a tough period because in our worst nightmares we didn’t expect to be in this position in the Premier League but we’re trying to get better. This is positive for all of us.”


Love this up in Glasgow 🔵⚪️🔴

[03/11/21]   Great performance last night much needed win hopefully now we can build on the win onto Monday night against wolves away a big game a big 3 points is a must. They should name the same 11 and we will win Monday night. Klopp we always trust in. We should keep Fabinho in midfield and not defence.




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[03/10/21]   Quarter finals

[03/10/21]   Fantastic win


[03/10/21]   Come on LIVERPOOL



👏 👏 Gerrard ❤️ Klopp.


There’s a shame for the second best player in the world well done Porto

Juventus in Champions League since the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo:⠀

❌ 2019: Knocked out by Ajax (quarter finals). ⠀
❌ 2020: Knocked out by Lyon (round of 16). ⠀
❌ 2021: Knocked out by Porto (round of 16).

There’s a shame for the second best player in the world well done Porto

Juventus in Champions League since the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo:⠀

❌ 2019: Knocked out by Ajax (quarter finals). ⠀
❌ 2020: Knocked out by Lyon (round of 16). ⠀
❌ 2021: Knocked out by Porto (round of 16).

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