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Roger Hunt encapsulated Liverpool’s rise and influence under Shankly

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Buckingham Palace never bestowed a knighthood on Roger Hunt for services to England’s finest moment but he could cherish the honour regardless. “I never needed it” was his take on whether the 1966 World Cup winners sh...

Liverpool’s Takumi Minamino at the double as Norwich get familiar feeling

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Greek internationals of vast promise graced both halves of the pitch, but gifts were only sent one way. Liverpool cruised into the fourth round and suggested that, should they fancy it, they have the depth for a serio...

Liverpool’s Harvey Elliott ‘overwhelmed by the love’ after suffering injury

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Harvey Elliott has said he has been “totally overwhelmed by the love and support” after badly dislocating his ankle in Liverpool’s 3-0 Premier League win at Leeds. The 18-year-old midfielder sustained the injury in a ...

Liverpool’s Diogo Jota and Sadio Mané sink Burnley and delight returning fans

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Jürgen Klopp exited with a beaming smile for Harvey Elliott, the teenager who stepped seamlessly into Premier League life and Liverpool’s midfield, and for the crowd that made victory a shared, greater experience once...

Liverpool’s heritage has been vandalised for years

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As someone who played a small part in promoting Liverpool’s case for world heritage status in the early 2000s, I was saddened to see the loss of the Unesco designation (Unesco strips Liverpool of its world heritage st...

Liverpool’s Three Graces must be blushing with shame about their shoddy treatment

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When Unesco decided last week to strip Liverpool of its world heritage status, its action was widely seen as a conflict between a remote bureaucracy and the city’s valiant efforts to regenerate its postindustrial zone...

Nat Phillips flourishes at both ends in Liverpool’s win at Burnley

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Jürgen Klopp is accustomed to his seasons going down to the wire but the identity of the men who have left Liverpool on the cusp of Champions League qualification may have surprised even him. First Alisson at West Bro...

Liverpool’s Sadio Mané admits to enduring ‘worst season of my career’

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Sadio Mané has described this season as the “worst” of his career and admits he was so concerned about his form at one stage that he underwent medical tests to check there was nothing physically wrong with him. The Se...

Mané and Thiago sink Southampton to keep Liverpool’s top-four hopes alive

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Jürgen Klopp has described Champions League qualification as unlikely for Liverpool. He has even spoken of it in the past tense in recent weeks. It remains, however, a possibility in the present. Sadio Mané’s first ha...

Newcastle’s Willock dents Liverpool’s top-four hopes with last-kick leveller

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Jürgen Klopp claimed his love for the game had remained intact despite the scorn that descended on Liverpool this week for their owners’ part in the Super League fiasco, but sometimes that might also be up for questio...

Liverpool’s Jürgen Klopp and James Milner critical of Super League plans

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Jürgen Klopp has criticised the European Super League plan being pursued by his own employers at Liverpool but vowed not to resign and insisted he would try to “sort it somehow” with Fenway Sports Group. The Liverpool...

Liverpool’s unforced errors cannot detract from the one Klopp made

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Eradicate the mistakes, pass the ball better and Liverpool will be unrecognisable against Real Madrid next Wednesday with or without the backing of a frenzied Anfield crowd. That, at least, was Jürgen Klopp’s hope dur...

Liverpool’s Klopp says referee treated Mané unfairly in defeat by Real Madrid

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Jürgen Klopp accused German referee Felix Brych of having a personal issue with Sadio Mané but admitted Liverpool had only themselves to blame for a damaging 3-1 defeat by Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-f...

Liverpool’s slump: a story of burnt-out brilliance and the need to go again

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The story of Liverpool FC’s wild, thrillingly committed Premier League collapse has been told mainly in numbers so far. And to good effect. Deprived of crowds, staging or a wider emotional palette, that basic outline ...

Mario Lemina deepens Liverpool’s gloom with vital winner for Fulham

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The only consolation for Liverpool at the end of yet another Anfield defeat is that their next official home game takes place in Hungary. On Merseyside the Premier League champions have entered uncharted waters, and n...

Ian St John was key to Liverpool’s emergence as a football superpower

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Ian St John was a gifted broadcaster. He was the perfect straight man for Jimmy Greaves: he clearly found him hilarious and his chuckle was infectious. It seems almost incredible that Saint and Greavsie ran only betwe...