Subotic on his way to England to meet with teams apparently. We're obviously rumored to be in the driver's seat.
Ibe sold to Bournemouth for £15M
Crotone's President has said they're going to make a formal bid for Balo
The FA released the 2016/17 Premier League schedule just three weeks ago, but that fixture list already needs revisions to accommodate fixture swaps and lucrative TV deals, especially for clashes between Big Name teams (and Liverpool is certainly one of those). The changes to Liverpool's schedule are as follows:
Liverpool will have to wait an additional, agonizing day for the season to start, as their trip to London to take on Arsenal has been moved to August 14 at 4 PM BST/11 AM EST.
As previously reported, Liverpool and Burnley have swapped home fixtures (August 20 and March 12), to allow for more time to finish work on the Main Stand at Anfield.
Their next trip to London--this time to face Tottenham--has been moved to a 12:30 PM BST/7:30 AM EST kickoff.
Reigning champs Leicester city will still come to Merseyside on September 10, but the kickoff has been moved back to 5:30 PM BST/12:30 PM EST.
Another London club, another revised fixture date: the showdown with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge will be a rare Friday night affair, kicking off on September 16, 8 PM BST/3 PM EST.
Liverpool's trip to newly-promoted Middlesbrough has been pushed back a day to Wednesday, December 14, at 7:45 PM GMT/2:45 PM EST.
The same is true for the trip to West Brom, now taking place Sunday, April 16, 3 PM BST/10 AM EST.
That's all of the changes for now, with more to come as TV schedules are revised and various teams advance in various cup competitions.
speaking of here is a time lapse from the renovation on the main stand a few weeks ago-
Hope for Dahoud?
Borussia Monchengladbach want to extend Mahmoud Dahoud’s contract, which currently expires in two years’ time, but are finding it difficult due to Liverpool’s interest.
According to their sporting director Max Erbel, Gladbach are desperate to keep hold of the talented German midfielder, but the attention of a financially healthy Premier League club such as Liverpool is causing problems.
“Of course we try to extend with Mo. But he’s distracted by attentions elsewhere,” Erbel told Kicker.
“That’s why this is a difficult issue for us.”
The 20-year-old has cooled speculation by telling ESPN reporters, “I only focus on the moment – and who says that I have to leave Monchengladbach?”, although he did recently like a picture of Jurgen Klopp on Instagram – which naturally sent Liverpool fans into overdrive…
Essentially, our chances of acquiring Dahoud will rely on whether we are prepared to offer an amount so tempting Gladbach simply cannot refuse. That’s not Liverpool’s style, and not Klopp’s either – with the manager preferring to nurture talent on the training ground so break the bank for it.
If Dahoud doesn’t extend his deal, he’ll just one year left on it by the end of this season, and his parent club would be forced to sell – although if he continues developing at his current rate – there’ll be plenty more suitors for his signature.
Klopp's extension a done deal.
“I am the first to recognise that with this great commitment comes a great responsibility. All of our coaching careers we have looked to make teams and clubs better, with the ultimate goal of making the supporters proud and happy.
“To do this we have to make sure we always put player and team development at the heart of every major decision. It is my job to lead that and ensure every element of the LFC football environment reflects the best practices in the game. It is fantastic that the club’s ownership is just as committed to this as we are.”
I've never cared for Tony Evans, but what's everyone's thoughts on this piece?
Liverpool supporters have welcomed the news that Fenway Sports Group have extended Jurgen Klopp's contract. The American owners have been so impressed by the German's impact that, a mere 10 months into his tenure, they have locked him into the job until 2022. "Not to do so would be irresponsible," a FSG statement said.
It is an act of madness. Far from being a positive development, it reflects the haphazard way Liverpool are being run.
FURRKKK! I'm already at work and Directv doesn't have it listed in their online guide (to turn on recording).
Time to call the wife and hope she can manage the DVR
Got a hold of her before she left the house. She said the guide had pre-game at 12:30 and "soccer game" at 1. She said she set them to record ... fingers crossed (she's not really a tv person)
This Is Anfield
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BREAKING: More great news as Mamadou Sakho is cleared following a UEFA hearing on Thursday. Will face no further ban!
Sounds like Mane is involved in everything.
We should have 3-4 goals by now.
Liverpool XI: Karius, Flanagan, Lovren, Matip, Smith, Brannagan, Lucas, Kent, Ejaria, Mane, Firmino
Subs: Bogdan, Moreno, Ilori, Ings, Wisdom, Stewart, Markovic, Kane, Randall, Woodburn, Alexander-Arnold, Chirivella
Put the $#@!ing ball in the net Markovic.
I know it's just a friendly against a non-league opponent, but:
Ejaria was very impressive. Big unit with great feet. How old is he?
I could see Alexander-Arnold making a squad for a League Cup tie this year as a fullback
Mane looks a good bit of business. Gives us something we don't have (what Ibe was meant to be)
Bobby looks fat and the $#@!ing top-knot is doing him no favors (Sumo wrestler jokes as too easy)
If he can stay healthy, Ings will be an important squad player for us. I can see turning him loose on a tiring opponent after 65 minutes
NESN shows "tbd" from 1-3 tomorrow. Assuming that's good news.
Good luck to Ibe. I thought he might end up a bigger talent than Sterling (still might, I guess), but the fact of the matter is at his age he's too inconsistent to keep around when there's a £15M offer on the table.
Depends what we do with the 15m. I hate to lose someone with Ibe's talent/potential.
I hope I'm wrong...
Ibe + £15m for Sadio Mane seems like a great deal for us.
I came to the opinion Ibe should move to RB and be the understudy for Clyne. Oh well.
We do have a buy back clause so if he blows up we can get him back.
Sakho set to miss the start of the season resting his Achilles...
Still haven't seen Gomez back to training.
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Props to Skrtel. He played hard for LFC and had several good seasons. I'll try to remember the high points and forget the low. YNWA, Martin.
Agreed. Good luck to him.
I think he was the club's player of the year in 2011/2012 and had a pretty amazing goal scoring record in 13/14. 5 own goals that season too. Pretty impressive.
ETA: Nope, it was only 4 own goals that year. Sorry, Martin
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- Game was listed last night(NESN)
- Wearing the away kits today
- What the heck is taking so long to release the third kit?
- Lebron showing his team some love
- Klopp tells Mario(and the media) that he is just getting him fit for his next team and has no place at LFC
I think the year his goals scored and goals against were both high was 13/14
Grujic is starting today.
Karius, Flanno, Matip, Lovren, Moreno, Stewart, Grujic, Marko, Alexander-Arnold, Mane, Ings
Don't suppose anyone has a stream?
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