Liverpool’s £150m gamble & Rodgers vying to push through cut-price deal – Best of LFC

Liverpool FC: Shankly GatesGetting that first league win on the board is vital for any manager at a new club particularly when the press are already sharpening their knives, ready to attack the jugular. Victories in the Europa League and Capital One Cup mean precious little to Brendan Rodgers as he continues to search for his first maximum point haul in the Premier League. Not many will have envisaged the Reds’ name being amongst those in the bottom three but that is the stark reality that faces Rodgers and the supporters. Still, there is cause for optimism on Merseyside as the Northern Irishman continues to blood an impressive group of young players into the first team in the wake of Raheem Sterling’s impressive performances since his introduction to the starting XI. Rodgers showed his faith in the likes of Suso, Oussama Assaidi, Andre Wisdom and Danny Pacheco to guide the Reds to victory in mid-week to which they delivered with aplomb.

This week on FFC are the likes of Sterling and Suso reason to be excited at Anfield and


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Reasons to be excited at Liverpool FC?

A £150m risk for Liverpool FC?

An accident waiting to happen at Liverpool?

What’s happened to the fortress that was once Anfield

Steven Gerrard’s Liverpool replacement in waiting?

Lots of transfer interest, but is he the real deal?

Brendan Rodgers bemoans lack of decisions

Tottenham and Liverpool vying to push through cut-price move


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Will Anyone Step Forward to be Crowned Our King at Left-Back? – Live 4 Liverpool

 8% – The bad news about Luis Suarez that LFC fans don’t want to hear… – Liverpool Kop

Why Gerrard remains the man for the big occasion – This is Anfield

‘Muy contento!’ – Senior LFC stars hail ‘amazing’ Reds starlets after Cup win… – Liverpool Kop

Plotting the Journey from Year Zero – The Tomkins Times

Harsher Sanctions Are Required To Quell The Hate – Live 4 Liverpool

Keep calm and walk on – This is Anfield


Quote of the Week


“I’m concerned that we’ve not had any sort of rub of the green from officials. We like to think we are a sporting team, I have always told my players to do the right thing, not to dive, to play fair. But the fairness we show, it seems the decisions pass us by because of it. There are so many decisions that have gone against us.

“I spoke to Mike Riley and he admitted he expected me to call earlier. I didn’t ring after the Manchester United game, I wanted to speak to the assessor first on that one, and he hasn’t contacted us yet. But after the West Brom game, I had to call. Jordan Henderson got a horrendous tackle and the player wasn’t even booked, while Andre Wisdom won the ball with a fair challenge and was booked. Things aren’t going for us at all.” Brendan Rodgers reveals that his players may start diving to win decisions from referees 


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