It’s a first of its kind, Liverpool open its doors to camera’s to capture the preseason and what goes on behind the scene’s. The 6 part series is narrated by Clive Owen. From part 1 of the series, it focuses a lot on the new manager Brendan Rodgers and the culture and style that he is bringing into the club.
It is inspiring stuff but there are 5 more episode’s to go and i cant wait to watch the lot as it comes out. Its a view from the inside that all fans are not used to watching, one that brings a smile to any LFC fan!
Liverpool FC have launched their new 2012/2013 kit which is sponsored by the Warrior Sport. The kit takes a feather off the past and has brought back the yellow. At a glance it looks very 60′s-70′s but i think this will be a kit that will get more pleasing the eye as you look at it more.
One of the most significant changes is the logo on the kit which is in gold and simplified. A very classy touch by featuring the Hillsborough 96 at the back (top) of the kit.
If you get it now, you are guaranteed a 1st of June 2012 delivery and LFC t-shirt worth up to £20 while stocks last
Head over to the Official Store and check it out!
This is talent at its best! Tristan Alif Naufal, a young player from Jakarta, has been training with Liverpool’s Academy in Indonesia since the beginning of July 2011 and is continuing to make significant progress the Senayan Soccer School.
The video which features Tristian Alif showcasing his skills and tricks, including actual footage of him in match action, was uploaded to YouTube a month ago and has already been seen by over 265,000 people around the world. Two additional videos – including an earlier one showcasing Tristian Alif as a six-year-old – have also racked up another 100,000 views between them
Here is a very interesting video of what happen’s behind the scene’s during a football match. This video was right in front of the tunnel at anfield during the Liverpool V Manchester United FA Cup tie. It’s interesting to see the body language of the players before, during and after the match.
Funny to see parts where the players know exactly the little details, ie – posing with the kid after the warm up
*Disclaimer, it does not show the match at all!
Liverpool have decided not to appeal against the 8 match ban handed to striker Luis Suarez for racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra in the 1-1 draw at Anfield in October.
Personally i think that it’s a good decision not to appeal the ban. Suarez clearly made a mistake, I DO NOT THINK HE IS RACIST but its a cultural difference. What was ok from his country is not in England and he needs to learn that. I’m not happy but its a lesson and hopefully LFC don’t miss our star striker too much.
He should be back in the first week of Feb at the earliest to be in line for team selection.
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