Liverpool join the £12m bidding & Kenny faces big transfer catch-22 – Best of LFC

Liverpool FC: Shankly GatesDelivering English football’s most famous trophy back to Anfield would have gone some way to appeasing Kopites who’ve witnessed the club take 10 steps back in the goal of Champions League qualification this season. Unfortunately the domestic double wasn’t to be, although I’m sure most Liverpool fans would have been happy (had they been asked at the start of the season) to have landed at least one piece of silverware this year. The hard work and rebuild for Liverpool, in terms of being competitive in the league, starts now and Kenny Dalglish will undoubtedly working tirelesslythroughout the summer to make the Reds once again contenders for a top four finish.

This week on FFC the jury is out on who is responsible for Liverpool’s underwhelming campaign and Dalglish gives an indication in respect to his summer transfer targets.


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Deep rooted personnel – how would they ever leave their clubs?

Liverpool chief drops transfer hint

Liverpool join the £12m transfer race


Best of WEB

Time To Stand Up and Be Counted – Live 4 Liverpool

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The scale of Fenway’s challenge at Liverpool becomes clear – This is Anfield

Dalglish, Transfers and Looking Ahead – The Tomkins Times

Do Any Summer Signings Depend on Sales? – Live 4 Liverpool

The transition from digression to progression – This is Anfield

Why Dalglish Is Wasting Valuable Time Scouting Belhanda – Transfer Tavern


Quote of the Week


“People will judge us after Saturday. People will say ‘you haven’t done well in the league’ but we can say ‘yes, but we have won two cups’. I think that’s a fair argument.

“We will assess the season after the weekend. If we can look back and say we have won two cups, then we will be happy. But we need to address the problem of our league position. We are all aware we have underachieved in the league and the squad of players is certainly better than where we are.” Ahead of the FA Cup final Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard insists Liverpool will be happy with their season if they end up with two trophies


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