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Alisson’s surprise clean-shaven look as Reds continue to “put in the work”

ThisIsAnfield.com - 3 hours 14 min ago

The Reds continue to soak up the sand and sea as they put their feet up after a memorable, yet gruelling season, with Alisson following in Mohamed Salah‘s footsteps with a change of look.

It’s been an off-season of change for Liverpool so far, with Nike officially arriving on the scene and two senior players bidding farewell.

And a desire for change has seen Salah recently opt for a new hairdo, with Alisson now following suit but with his facial hair, which does make you need to do a double-take.

The Brazilian has been enjoying time in the sun with his family and updated fans with his clean-shaven look on Instagram, as while not as dramatic as other approaches during lockdown, it still took many by surprise.

The Reds are in the second week of their three weeks of holidays, with players expected back at Melwood on August 15 to start preparations for the new season which starts with the Community Shield on August 29.

But Harvey Elliott is set to return early, joining training with the under-23s a week prior to the first team as he looks to ensure he is in the best possible shape to push for selection.

And he has been spending time with his dog Paisley, named after the legendary Bob Paisley:

Elsewhere, fellow youngster, Sepp van den Berg learned a valuable lesson that is not ideal to step out in all black on a hot summer’s day as he took to Valencia on a bike:

For Divock Origi and Trent Alexander-Arnold, it was time to take to the sky in a private plane as they continue to enjoy their time away from football:

The fun continued for Roberto Firmino and family as they enjoyed the sun and a splash in the pool:

And the man who is always eager to provide updates, Gini Wijnaldum was back at it as he continues to enjoy his time in Dubai, with a mix of business and pleasure on the itinerary list:

Staring outside at a bleak sky at the time of writing certainly evokes some feelings of jealousy, but England will see the sun again, right?

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5 Liverpool players in Fantasy Premier League all-time XI

ThisIsAnfield.com - 4 hours 14 min ago

The Premier League season is over and with it fantasy football, which was another to remember for a member of Liverpool’s title-winning side.

Whether you are a religious updater or you forget about it after the first matchday, Fantasy Premier League continues to provide the perfect competitive platform.

Over 10 million people worldwide sign up to try their luck and assemble a dominant side each and every season.

But in terms of domination of an all-time fantasy XI, Liverpool have the bragging rights as they now have five players settled into the side.

And Trent Alexander-Arnold is the latest to join the party after yet another impressive season which saw him feature in all 38 Premier League games, for a return of four goals and a record-breaking 13 assists for a defender.

His run of form saw him collect a total of 210 fantasy points, the fifth-most of any player in the division, behind only Kevin De Bruyne, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Jamie Vardy.

A whopping 39.1 percent of users selected him for their side, and for good reason, with the points tally now seeing him occupy a place in the all-time XI as a member of a defensive trio.

One which is a familiar one, with Virgil van Dijk and Andy Robertson occupying the final two spots following stunning 2018/19 campaigns which returned 208 and 213 points respectively.

They are joined by Mohamed Salah of 2017/18, his maiden season at Liverpool which saw him net a remarkable 32 goals in 36 appearances returned 303 points – the most of any member of the all-time XI.

And finally, Luis Suarez from that season (2013/14) occupies the right-sided position of the front three after collecting 295 points from a 31 goal season.

 Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (L) celebrates scoring the third goal with team-mate Andy Robertson during the FA Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Liverpool FC at the Vitality Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The next best tally of representatives is three, for Arsenal, with Man United, Chelsea and Blackburn also present from seasons as early as 2002/03.

But the Reds’ presence is hardly surprising considering their formidable run of form in recent years, meaning they could see their value rise for next season’s edition.

Fantasy Premier League All-time XI: Friedel (Blackburn 02/03); Trent (19/20), Van Dijk (18/19), Robertson (18/19); Salah (17/18), Lampard (Chelsea 09/10), Ronaldo (Man United 07/08), Sanchez (Arsenal 16/17); Suarez (13/14), Van Persie (Arsenal 11/12), Henry (Arsenal 02/03)

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How a season in three parts showed Fabinho has the resilience needed at Liverpool

ThisIsAnfield.com - 5 hours 15 min ago

Fabinho earned the second title of his career in 2019/20, and in overcoming a brutal blow mid-season, the Brazilian showed he has the resilience needed at Liverpool.

Prior to lifting the Premier League at Anfield, Fabinho was one of few players in Jurgen Klopp‘s squad with experience of winning a top-flight title.

His success at Monaco earned him a switch to Merseyside, and after battling his way into the side in his first season with the Reds, the 26-year-old maintained his strong form this time around.

It wasn’t a campaign without its setbacks, though, and it can be described as a season in three parts for Fabinho, with the end result suggesting he can take another big step in his third year with Liverpool.

Turning 27 in October, that he is unlikely to have even reached his prime years as a deep-lying midfielder will be music to Klopp’s ears.

Fabinho, 2019/20

 Liverpool’s Fabio Henrique Tavares 'Fabinho' lifts the Premier League trophy during the presentation as the Reds are crowned Champions after the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC at Anfield. The game was played behind closed doors due to the UK government’s social distancing laws during the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Started: 32 (All competitions)
On as a substitute: 7
Unused sub: 2
Goals: 2
Assists: 4

Overall Season Rating: 9

The dominant start

 Liverpool's Fabio Henrique Tavares 'Fabinho' during the FA Cup 5th Round match between Chelsea FC and Liverpool FC at Stamford Bridge. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Having overcome the challenges of his move to Anfield, acclimatising to the demands of Klopp’s system and settling into an undisputed role in the first-choice XI, there were big expectations on Fabinho for 2019/20.

He was one of eight ever-presents in pre-season, owing to his strange omission from the Brazil squad for Copa America, and this allowed him time to get back up to speed.

A suffocating display on the opening day of the Premier League campaign—the 4-1 thrashing of Norwich—served as a statement, and Fabinho largely kept this form up for four months.

The No. 3 was similarly influential against Arsenal, Burnley, Newcastle and Chelsea in the league, along with an impressive showing despite defeat to Napoli in the Champions League in September.

A dip into the solid, rather than spectacular, following the 2-1 win at Chelsea five days later saw him hold his own against Sheffield United, Salzburg and Leicester, before a frustrating display at Man United.

The sight of Klopp on the Old Trafford touchline, fuming at his midfield anchor as he underhit passes and chased shadows in front of the defence was a concern.

But the following league game saw him turn in one of his finest displays in a Liverpool shirt, the metronomic base as the Reds pinned Tottenham back on the way to a 2-1 win at Anfield.

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Such was Fabinho‘s standing at that point that it was seen as a disappointment that he didn’t pick up his fifth booking of the league season that day, with a crucial clash with Man City on the horizon.

Klopp navigated that by resting the Brazilian for the 2-1 comeback win at Aston Villa, and was rewarded with another world-class showing against City.

This time, it was marked by a stunning goal from 30 yards out, putting Liverpool one up on their way to a 3-1 victory that would have great bearing on the title race.

Fabinho wheeled away pointing to an imaginary watch on his wrist; the message was that it was time he got on the scoresheet again, but just over two weeks later, the euphoria was reduced to pain.

The injury

 Liverpool's Fabio Henrique Tavares 'Fabinho' goes down with an injury to his left ankle during the UEFA Champions League Group E match between Liverpool FC and SSC Napoli at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Just 19 minutes into the penultimate group game of the Champions League in November, Fabinho collided with Napoli’s Hirving Lozano and was forced off the pitch at Anfield.

After the game, Klopp described the impact as “massive,” and the club eventually confirmed that he had suffered ankle ligament damage, ruling him out for the rest of the year.

Fabinho ultimately missed two months of action, with the Reds’ medical staff not willing to risk any setbacks by rushing him back, aiding by the imperious form of Jordan Henderson in his absence.

When he did return, starting as part of a heavily rotated side in the FA Cup at Shrewsbury, it was clear it would take time for Fabinho to get back up to speed.

It was a strange game against League One opposition, in which the youngsters who came in shone and the senior players struggled.

 Liverpool players before the FA Cup 4th Round match between Shrewsbury Town FC and Liverpool FC at the New Meadow. Dejan Lovren, goalkeeper Adrián San Miguel del Castillo, Joel Matip, Neco Williams, Fabio Henrique Tavares 'Fabinho', Pedro Chirivella, Yasser Larouci, Takumi Minamino, Curtis Jones, Divock Origi, Harvey Elliott. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Neco Williams and Curtis Jones were the stars, but Fabinho was one of those to particularly disappoint, with his lack of sharpness manifesting itself in a series of sloppy passes.

A hit-and-miss run followed, with poor displays against Watford, Chelsea and Bournemouth, and left out of the starting lineup for the Champions League second-leg loss to Atletico Madrid, he was one of those whom benefited from football’s three-month pause.

His wide, enhanced smile was a prominent feature of Liverpool’s Zoom calls during lockdown, and the time at home seemingly steeled the midfielder for a revival.

The comeback and beyond

 Liverpool’s Fabio Henrique Tavares 'Fabinho' (L) celebrates scoring the third goal with team-mate Mohamed Salah (R) during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Crystal Palace FC at Anfield. The game was played behind closed doors due to the UK government’s social distancing laws during the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The way he ended the campaign, as a standout against Palace and Burnley and a strong presence against the likes of Everton, Man City and Aston Villa, was a statement from Fabinho.

His importance to side was never in question, when fully fit and firing, but the performances Henderson was able to produce in his absence led some to believe he was not indispensable.

But punctuating the champions season with another long-range stunner on the way to a 4-0 win over Palace, Fabinho reinforced that he is arguably Liverpool’s best midfielder.

Whether or not Klopp adds to his midfield ranks in the transfer window, his No. 3 is the one player whose place should not be under threat; he is unique in his ability, and offers something the Reds had been missing for almost a decade.

It could even be that Fabinho is among the next group of players to be approached for talks over a new contract, as the club aim to reward their key figures.

Fabinho may even become more vital to Liverpool’s approach moving forward, with Pepijn Lijnders explaining how Klopp’s staff are working on ways to “remain unpredictable.”

 Liverpool’s Andy Robertson (C) celebrates scoring the first goal with team-mates Fabio Henrique Tavares 'Fabinho' (L) and Mohamed Salah (R) during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Burnley FC at Anfield. The game was played behind closed doors due to the UK government’s social distancing laws during the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic. (Pic by Propaganda)

“We have used the corona time to good effect,” the assistant manager said.

“There was time to work on new variants, bringing boys in a different role and in different spaces in training and seeing what the effect is.”

One of those “new variants” could be an added emphasis on those clipped balls from Fabinho over the opponent’s defence, as seen with his brilliant assist for Andy Robertson in the 1-1 draw with Burnley in July.

With his 27th birthday coming up, there is still plenty of time for Fabinho to adapt his game further, and the way he was able to respond to the setback of his ankle injury shows he is up for the challenge.

Dejan Lovren‘s departure could see the Brazilian deputise more often at centre-back, but that should only be a last resort—as Fabinho is just too good in his natural role.

Best moment: That rocket against Man City.

Worst moment: The ankle injury against Napoli, and his subsequent drop in form.

Role next season: Starting almost every game as No. 6.

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Tom Hill signs new contract with Liverpool FC

LiverpoolFC.TV - 5 hours 15 min ago

Tom Hill has signed a new contract to extend his stay at Liverpool FC.

The attacking midfielder enjoyed an impressive rise in the last 12 months, from making his debut for the U18s in August to then earning a start at senior level four months later.

Hill, 17, started as he meant to go on, scoring twice in his U18s debut against Blackburn Rovers. He had collected nine goals by the time the season was brought to a premature end in early March.

A tenacious player who works hard out of possession, Hill’s talent for timing late runs into key areas was crucial in building his goals and assists tally.

Hill started at Villa Park as Liverpool’s then-youngest-ever side took on Aston Villa in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup.

He also broke into the U23s and UEFA Youth League team, scoring a vital goal as the Reds topped their group with a dramatic late victory in Salzburg.

The Formby-born player has been with the club since U6 level.

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Tom Hill signs new contract with Liverpool FC

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Tom Hill has signed a new contract to extend his stay at Liverpool FC.
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Mane may get transfer wish as Liverpool eye move for 'little brother'

LiverpoolFC.TV - 5 hours 49 min ago

Watford's relegation has seen Liverpool linked with Ismaila Sarr - and Sadio Mane might get his transfer wish.

Mane and Sarr both started their career in Senegal’s Generation Foot academy before making their way to Europe.

Sarr has branded Mane his “big brother” with the feelings certainly mutual as the Reds superstar looks out for his international teammate.

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Mane may get transfer wish as Liverpool eye move for 'little brother'

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Watford's relegation has seen Liverpool linked with Ismaila Sarr - and Sadio Mane might get his transfer wish.
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Thiago Alcantara to Liverpool state of play

LiverpoolFC.TV - 6 hours 33 sec ago

Liverpool's links with Thiago Alcantara persist as the Bayern Munich midfielder eyes an exit.

The former Barcelona ace, 29, is looking for another challenge before the end of his career and has been admired by Jurgen Klopp in the past.

The German club will demand a fee for the player, who still has a year left on his contract.

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Thiago Alcantara to Liverpool state of play

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Liverpool's links with Thiago Alcantara persist as the Bayern Munich midfielder eyes an exit.
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Premier League champion: Roberto Firmino's best bits

LiverpoolFC.TV - 8 hours 15 min ago

Enjoy all of Roberto Firmino's highlights from the 2019-20 season with our free compilation video.

We're continuing with our Premier League champions series, with Liverpool's No.9 up next. 

Watch the Brazilian's unique repertoire in the YouTube video below...

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Premier League champion: Roberto Firmino's best bits

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Enjoy all of Roberto Firmino's highlights from the 2019-20 season with our free compilation video.
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Liverpool’s ‘big mentality challenge’ as disappointment turns to harnessing success

ThisIsAnfield.com - 8 hours 16 min ago

Liverpool have grown accustomed to fighting back from setbacks, establishing a resilient mindset and the will to go again, but their recent success flips it all on its head.

The Reds have not been short of heartbreaking setbacks throughout Jurgen Klopp‘s reign, with two coming in his first season before two subsequent runners-up places in the Champions League and Premier League.

In the process, the boss coined his side the “mentality monsters,” which has propelled Liverpool to four pieces of silverware in what has been a historic 14 months for the club.

But having clinched the most prestigious trophies in club football, the Reds have well and truly turned from hunters into the hunted, which presents an entirely new challenge.

For James Milner, it is now all about dealing with success instead of disappointments, a “big challenge” as the Reds bid to retain their Premier League title.

“[The mentality] starts with the manager, what he instils in us. He always demands the best and then that filters down to the players and the honest group we have,” he told Fox Sports Asia in a fan Q&A.

 Liverpool’s Joe Gomez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Adam Lallana, James Milner, captain Jordan Henderson, Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold celebrate with the Premier League trophy and their winners' medal as the Reds are crowned Champions after the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC at Anfield. The game was played behind closed doors due to the UK government’s social distancing laws during the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic. Liverpool won 5-3. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

“Anybody that’s not on their game, no matter who it is whether it’s the youngest player in the squad or the oldest, they get told they’re not at the races and everyone is always pushing each other all the time and that’s so important.

“That’s why it’s a special team. I think you see when things aren’t going well for us we stick together and keep going to the death.

“And that’s another challenge for us next season. We’ve proven that we can come back from disappointments, we’ve lost European finals and come back and done better.

“We’ve gone close to winning the league and come back and gone again.

“Can we deal with success now that we’ve had a successful 12 months, that’s a different mentality again to keep going and push again and that’s a big challenge for us next season.”

And Klopp has already started to sow the seeds of what is to come, having resisted the narrative that Liverpool will be defending their league title as they will instead attack it.

“Next season, you will all make stories of it, ‘the defending champion’, all this kind of stuff. That’s why I say we will not defend anything, we will attack.”

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Out tomorrow: Liverpool's 2020-21 Nike home kit

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Liverpool's 2020-21 Nike home kit will be officially released on Thursday.

The strip for the forthcoming season - which features a red, white and teal colourway - was unveiled last weekend and made available for pre-order.

Tomorrow, supporters can get their hands on the kit as it goes on general sale in official club stores.

LFC's unique name and number styling is available again this season, with the fonts designed to embody characteristics of Anfield and the surrounding area.

Fans can also purchase gold Premier League patches and the FIFA Club World Cup winners' patch to add to their shirts.

Click here to browse the 2020-21 home kit, training kit and more.

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Out tomorrow: Liverpool's 2020-21 Nike home kit

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Liverpool's 2020-21 Nike home kit will be officially released on Thursday.
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'Everything fits together' - LFC's coaching champions: Part three

LiverpoolFC.TV - 9 hours 45 min ago

Liverpool's playing squad and staff came together to end the club's 30-year wait for the top-flight crown.

Everyone played their part towards the achievement as they wrote a new chapter in the club's history books. 

Read on below for the final part of our Coaching Champions series that involved extensive interviews with 14 members of the Reds' backroom staff...

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Winning the title

The grind and demands of the gruelling season left little time for those on the inside to let their minds wander. 

So, Liverpoolfc.com asked the first-team staff when they truly believed Liverpool were going to become English champions...

Pepijn Lijnders, assistant manager: "Yeah, when Chelsea scored the penalty."

Peter Krawietz, assistant manager: "That it was possible, I knew before the season because of the great performance of the last season. From pretty much matchday one after a difficult pre-season, I felt the boys were on track. They understood and they were hungry – which was important after winning the Champions League – stayed hungry and they used this experience from the season before to stay more hungry. So the feeling I had that it could happen, I had from the beginning of the season. Then we went on and had this winning streak and kept going, kept going, so I knew it was possible. But football is special always and our own past teaches us not to celebrate too early. It's done when it's done, so I really believed it is done when it was done – the moment Manchester City couldn't win against Chelsea and it was done."

Lee Nobes, head of physiotherapy: "I think the real turning point for me was the Aston Villa game. One thing that made it a real turning point was Robbo scored a header! That was a big turning point and when Sadio scored in injury time. Knowing we had Manchester City at home in our next game, that just drove us on because we were 2-0 up in 15 minutes. I think that was just the rolling effect of how we won that Villa game."

Lee Radcliffe, kit management co-ordinator: "I was probably over-confident. I wouldn't have said that within Melwood or personally at home. I just felt we were going to do that this year after coming so close last season. For me, as soon as we got around Christmas time again, we were starting to edge a little bit ahead, so then I thought, 'Yes, we are going to do it this year.'"

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John Achterberg, first-team goalkeeping coach: "For me, it only counts if it's over the line and when it's mathematically done. So, when Manchester City lost against Chelsea, that was the moment because then it was done. You always want to be on the safe side and that's how I think: have it done and then you can celebrate. Until then you have to keep fighting and doing everything until you drag it over the line. After that you want to keep going again and keep doing it. So I'm that way always."

Mona Nemmer, head of nutrition: "I'm not sure if I've realised now that it has happened. It's so big, and I think that's what football is about: you start with the first game of the season and you try to compete, try to win, try to get better – and I think that was the achievement we wanted to achieve."

Vitor Matos, elite development coach: "We cannot say, especially for me, there was a moment that we have done it, rest on the sofa and wait for the title. No, there was never a moment like that. I think that is part of this spirit of the team because everyone works hard to play as good as we can and to win as much as we can."

Harrison Kingston, head of post-match analysis: "I'm not one who likes to get too ahead of myself. The moment was at Formby Hall. In the context of the situation we're living in, it was actually the nicest way to do it. I couldn't have imagined winning it here at Anfield and having no celebration, no fans and travelling somewhere thinking, 'What's going on?' It was a really, really nice situation to have that core group of people who travel away, spend time away with each other, do everything they can to get the result. The [City-Chelsea] game itself was so nerve-wracking. I was 50 yards away from a 50-inch TV so I could hardly see but there was a sending-off, a penalty, goalline clearances – there was everything in the game. 

"I was trying my best to keep the emotion down and I drove to Formby Hall with the intention that Man City would win the game, I would drive home and that would be the end of it. No expectation. As the game went on, there were cheers and people getting excited the longer it went on. It was the Fernandinho handball, penalty and it was like, 'I know Willian is going to score here.' From that point onwards, you could start to really think, 'Wow.' It was starting to sink in but there was still 10 minutes to go. I grabbed my second beer at that point, realised I could leave the car here and come back tomorrow. I've been here long enough to know that until it's done, it's not done. You also had all that time to think about it over lockdown and you don't want to get ahead of yourself until you get over the line."

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Some are local and some arrived from different parts of the world, but all knew just what this title meant to the club, the city and its supporters.

Krawietz: "The history of the club, the stadium, the fans, the supporters, the whole atmosphere – it's really special. Everything fits together, starting with our anthem, starting with the history of the club, winning titles and overcoming difficult times as well – stick together, stay strong, go forward, all that. It's special and fits to our way, the way we want to play football. It feels right, it feels good and feels strong."

Lijnders: "It's the connection between the fans with the team and the club, the commitment of the fans, their patience, their trust, the people who work inside this club in each department – they have professionality and a humbleness that I can't describe. It's what happened in the past and how we dealt with it. It's a special, special club."

Kornmayer: "I have a few friends and it's hard to describe when you just look in their eyes – it's like without words. It means the world to them and that's so much better to give this to them and this pride to this club and to the city again."

Christopher Rohrbeck, first-team physiotherapist: "Everyone wants the success and there are no people who are not convinced about what's going on at this club."

Matos: "It's not easy for a big club with a big structure, with a big organisation to keep an environment so caring and familiar. This kind of environment is really difficult to create and to have. Since the first day that I came in, I feel it from the first moment."

Nemmer: "Liverpool FC is this family character, this unity, how we all interact with each other. There is so much respect and that makes this club so special."

Nobes: "I was previously at our main rivals at the minute [Manchester City] and I was there for 11 years. I'd won everything apart from the Champions League. Then I came here, six months later, we won the Champions League. I got asked the question, 'Why do you want to leave City?' I was like, 'My main aim is I want to win the Premier League with another team.' Then, 18 months later, that dream has come true as well. Liverpool is an amazing club. It was a great decision to come here and I'd like to take his opportunity to thank the club, Mike Gordon, Eddie [Michael Edwards] and Jürgen for giving me the opportunity to come and work here."

Radcliffe: "I think for every Liverpool fan, it's probably not sunk in yet, to be honest. I think when you've waited so long you just start thinking it's never going to happen. I've got three boys and this is the first time they've ever seen us winning the league. I still don't think it's sunk in."

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'Everything fits together' - LFC's coaching champions: Part three

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Ismaila Sarr Liverpool transfer move makes sense

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Liverpool have looked plenty of times to relegated sides in search of a bargain - and have found at least three in Gini Wijnaldum, Andy Robertson and Xherdan Shaqiri.

And in some quarters, Watford's Ismaila Sarr has been pinpointed as an obvious one to follow suit.

Perhaps ever since he impressed against the Reds at Anfield in mid-December - and certainly since he scored in the reverse fixture at Vicarage Road in February - Liverpool fans have kept an eye on the 22-year-old's progress.

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Ismaila Sarr Liverpool transfer move makes sense

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Liverpool have looked plenty of times to relegated sides in search of a bargain - and have found at least three in Gini Wijnaldum, Andy Robertson and Xherdan Shaqiri.
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Jamal Lewis Liverpool transfer interest

HEAD NEWS - 10 hours 14 min ago

Liverpool are interested in bringing Norwich City defender Jamal Lewis to Anfield.

The ECHO understands that Jurgen Klopp is keen to secure the left-back's services should he want to link up with the Premier League champions and a fee of around £10million is agreed.

The Reds are waiting to see what might happen with deal.

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Jamal Lewis Liverpool transfer interest

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