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Junior sides lead the way for Liverpool

icLiverpool.co.uk - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:30

Success continued to be the name of the game over the weekend for Liverpool Basketball with all junior teams winning their respective games –but the Division Two side struggled to find a winning performance away from home.

In the first of two games this weekend the under-16s played host to Manchester Magic. They took an early lead 34-17. Liverpool continued to apply the pressure as they know it with a full court press.

Liverpool extended their lead in the second quarter and by half-time led 71-32. The second half of the game was a mere formality and Liverpool won 132-59.

It was a similar story in their second game against Tameside. They led 60-9 at the end of the first half. Liverpool continued to play the game they love and ended winners by 109-37.

Steve Shoan (LBC black kit) taking on 2 defenders to the basket. Steve Shoan (LBC black kit) taking on 2 defenders to the basket.

The U14s were hosts to West Lancs Warriors and led by 21 points at half-time. Liverpool continued to outshine their opponents and eventually took the game by 50 points overall, 67-17.

The Division Two game at Thames Valley Cavaliers saw Liverpool struggle from the outset, and they trailed by 15 points at half-time. Liverpool brought the score closer in the second half, but their opponents were too strong and eventually ran out with a 38-point deficit, 105-67.

Liverpool Basketball Club are looking for a sponsor for next season.

Anyone interested should contact the club secretary at liverpoolbasketball@hotmail.com.

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Junior sides lead the way for Liverpool

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:30

Division Two struggle away at Thames Valley 

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Доменико Берарди - реальная цель, или...

MyLiverpool.ru - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:20


Как сообщается, "Ливерпуль" планирует подписать одну из восходящих звезд Серии А.

По данным итальянской газеты Gazetta di Modena:

* "Ливерпуль" стремится подписать нападающего "Сассуоло" Доменико Берарди.

* "Красные" неоднократно посылали разведчиков, чтобы просмотреть "отличного" нападающего.

Ливерпуль были связаны с Берарди в прошлом сезоне, и в то время клуб заявлял:

"Целью номер один Клоппа ... является молодой атакующий игрок "Сассуоло" Доменико Берарди, которого называют одной из самых ярких молодых звезд в Италии".


Некоторая информация о Берарди, который по оценке "Сассуоло", стоит 25 миллионов евро:

* Универсальный форвард, ростом 185 см., который может играть на флангах и в качестве чистого нападающего, а также второго нападающего.

* "Сассуоло":
98 голов/передач в 142 играх (каждые 106 минут)

* В этом сезоне: 11 голов/голевых передач в 8 играх (каждые 52 минут). Из-за травмы колена не играл в течение 4,5 месяцев (пропустил 24 игры).

* Агент Берарди о лучшей позиции 22-летнего футболиста:

"Он вингер. В системе 4-3-3 лучше всего раскрывает свою силу и потенциал. Он имеет достаточно технических качеств и может хорошо играть на любой позиции".


* 2013: отстранен от международного футбола на 9 месяцев после того, как не явился в тренировочный лагерь u19.

* Арриго Сакки: "Берарди - это игрок большого таланта, который обладает подвижностью, интуицией, темпераментом и силой в сочетании с отличной техникой".

* Январь 2014 года: Забил все четыре гола в победном матче 4-3 против "Милана".

"Красным" определенно нужен вингер, так что если это правда, то это означает, что Клопп реализует один из главных приоритетов трансферной политики клуба.

Известно, что "Ливерпуль" имеет плохую историю с итальянскими игроками, но должно же это когда-нибудь измениться...верно?

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Mignolet: Liverpool relied on Suarez in the past but are no longer a one-man team

Goal.com - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:18

The Reds 'keeper believes Jurgen Klopp's men are genuine Premier League title contenders as they are a stronger collective than they were in 2013-14

Simon Mignolet says Liverpool have a better chance to win the Premier League title than they did under Brendan Rodgers because the Reds are not reliant on one player.

Liverpool came agonisingly close to adding to their 18 top-flight titles when they finished two points adrift of Manchester City under Rodgers' stewardship in the 2013-14 season.

Mignolet: I'm at Liverpool to be No. 1

In that campaign, Luis Suarez was the spearhead of Liverpool's attack with the Uruguay forward scoring 31 Premier League goals in a brilliant campaign before leaving for Barcelona.

Goalkeeper Mignolet concedes that Liverpool relied on Suarez to make the difference that season, but does not believe that is the case with the current crop under Jurgen Klopp.

"We were challenging for the title but it was a totally different game and a totally different 11 people," Mignolet was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

"Then we were a bit reliant on the individual ability of Suarez to make the difference and score goals.

Coutinho: Big season for Liverpool

"Now it is more about the whole team, the way we create chances and defend as a unit. We need everybody. It is always better to have a good unit than being reliant on one or two players. 

"People said when Philippe [Coutinho] went out of the team injured it was going to be a big blow but we dealt with it. Sadio [Mane] has gone to the Africa Cup of Nations but we have more than enough players to help each other out."

Liverpool sit third in the Premier League table with 45 points from 21 games, seven adrift of leaders Chelsea.

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Педро Чиривелья дебютировал за новый клуб в матче против «АЗ Алкмаар»

Liverpool FC vk.com - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:15

Педро Чиривелья − Дебют против АЗ Алкмаар (Д) 16/17 (03:30)

Педро Чиривелья дебютировал за новый клуб в матче против «АЗ Алкмаар».

Предлагаем вам индивидуальные действия лучшего игрока в составе «Го Эхед Иглс» в этом матче.

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Юрген Клопп: «Я зашел в столовую «Юнайтед» и попросил кофе

Liverpool FC vk.com - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:15

Юрген Клопп: «Я зашел в столовую «Юнайтед» и попросил кофе. Но у них был только чай. Ужас».
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Mignolet: Why this Liverpool team is better than 2013-14

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:11
Simon Mignolet believes the current Liverpool team is an improvement on the side that went so close to lifting the Premier League title in 2013-14.
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Mignolet: Why this Liverpool team is better than 2013-14

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:11

Simon Mignolet believes the current Liverpool team is an improvement on the side that went so close to lifting the Premier League title in 2013-14.

In his debut season at Anfield, the Belgian goalkeeper helped the Reds finish just two points short of champions Manchester City after an exhilirating title chase.

At this stage of that campaign, Brendan Rodgers' team had amassed 42 points - three fewer than this time round - and that is not the only upgrade, according to Mignolet.

The 28-year-old says Jürgen Klopp's team are less reliant on individual talent than the squad of three seasons ago and, for that reason, pose a bigger overall threat to their opponents.

“We have a really good team,” Mignolet told the Liverpool Echo.

“There are similarities with 2014 because we grew into the season and gained momentum and experience.

“But the difference between now and then is that in 2014 we were reliant on the individual qualities with the likes of Stevie [Gerrard], Studge [Daniel Sturridge] and Luis Suarez.

“Now the danger comes from the whole team. The strength is within the whole team. We defend and attack as a team. There isn’t one main goalscorer. Everyone chips in.

“That’s very important because opponents have to set up in a different way. They can’t just say, ‘we need to look after Luis Suarez’.

“It is always better to have a good unit than being reliant on one or two players. Now it’s about the system and that’s probably a better basis to go forward.

“We still have a very young squad. We are in the semis of the League Cup, we’re still in the FA Cup and we’re up there challenging for the Premier League title. Let’s see what we can achieve with this group.”

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Liverpool halted Manchester United's nine-game winning streak and kept their rivals at bay as they earned a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Although he was required to make two important saves in the first half, Mignolet was unfortunate not to find himself on the winning side as the Reds created a string of chances late on.

But he says the visitors' disappointment over claiming only a point says everything about the manner of their performance.

“It is a massive step if everyone is disappointed when you draw 1-1 at Old Trafford,” he added.

“They threw so many long balls at it and it is always sore when they score. They had a bit of luck. First it comes off the post, then it comes off the bar. That is the only way they could score.

“It is a sour feeling. But we played well. They threw everything they could at us. We still created chances on the counter-attack but unfortunately we couldn’t score the second goal, which would have killed the game.

“There are a lot of games to be played. The Premier League is a long season and there are a lot of tests still to come. We just need to stay calm and focus on the next game.

“There are six clubs up there. Everybody has the same objective. We are just taking it step by step. People said when Philippe [Coutinho] went out of the team it was going to be a big blow but we dealt with it.

“Sadio [Mane] has gone to the Africa Cup of Nations but we have more than enough players to help each other out. We have to get as many points as we can and fight until the end.”

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'Manchester United and Manchester City are out of the Premier League title race' - Carragher

icLiverpool.co.uk - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:11

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher believes the Premier League is now a four-horse race – but fellow pundit Thierry Henry believes the title is now Chelsea's to lose.

The Reds' draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday leaves Jurgen Klopp's side third in the table, seven points behind leaders Chelsea with 17 league fixtures to be played.

United, meanwhile, are a further five points back in sixth. And with Manchester City, in fifth place, 10 points off the pace, Carragher believes the two Manchester clubs can now be safely ruled out of the title race.

Asked how many teams could win the championship, he said: "I think four. I don't think the Manchester clubs can.

"Two or three games into the season, they were the two we all felt would battle for the title. But they are 10 and 12 points behind and Chelsea's goal difference is almost double which is an extra point.

"I only see Arsenal and above who can win the title."

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Henry, Carragher's fellow Monday Night Football pundit, agreed with that assessment – though the former Arsenal man says Chelsea, who won at Leicester on Saturday, are very much in the box seat.

He said: "It was perfect for Chelsea that Manchester United and Liverpool drew. They bounced back at Leicester from their defeat to Tottenham.

"Can anyone stop them? And can anyone capitalise on them losing points?

"At the moment, it looks like it's Chelsea's title to lose."

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Henry added: "It's another season where two big teams will miss out on the top four. The two Manchester clubs are struggling for the title, but they are well in the race for the top four.

"United look like a team who can get into the top four, but if you put them in who comes out?

"It's going to be very interesting one."

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'Manchester United and Manchester City are out of the Premier League title race' - Carragher

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 13:11

 Liverpool legend believes draw at Old Trafford rules United out of title reckoning

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Argyle will not alter tactics for replay

BBC Sport - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 12:57
Derek Adams had not faced a top-flight side as Plymouth Argyle boss until playing Liverpool

Plymouth Argyle manager Derek Adams says he will not change his side's defensive tactics when they face Liverpool in their FA Cup third-round replay at Home Park on Wednesday.

Argyle defended deep, had only 23% possession and one shot on target in their 0-0 draw at Anfield on 8 January.

"We have to defend very well again," Adams told BBC Radio Devon.

"I think that we've shown in the first game that we can do that, and we'll have to do exactly the same."

The Scot, whose team are second in League Two, continued: "I can't see that we're going to be too cavalier on our approach. We've got to show respect to the Premier League team.

"They're third in the top flight and we've got to be careful of that."

Liverpool's heatmap (left) showed their dominance of the ball compared with Plymouth's (right) - but the Premier League side could not find a way past their League Two rivals

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp picked the club's youngest-ever side for the first game, with an average age of 21 years and 296 days, and later said his selection was "not a mistake".

Adams added: "The Liverpool line-up could change, although I don't see it changing a lot from the team that played against us.

"I think they might put in a bit more experience in the team, but I can't see it shifting too much.

"The only difference for them will be that the changing rooms are not as luxurious as Anfield. But the playing surface is excellent, it's a nice stadium, so I don't see it being a problem.

"It'll be milder than they're used to in Liverpool, so from that point of view they might think it's the Mediterranean they're going to," joked Adams, who also said he had a 'Plan B' if Liverpool took the lead.

"We're going to sign (Manchester United's Marouane) Fellaini and hit it long," said the Argyle boss.

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Coutinho: We have 'big objectives' this season

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 12:45
Philippe Coutinho feels teamwork will be key if Liverpool are to achieve their 'big objectives' this season.
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Coutinho: We have 'big objectives' this season

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 12:45

Philippe Coutinho feels teamwork will be key if Liverpool are to achieve their 'big objectives' this season.

The Reds are still fighting on three fronts ahead of tomorrow night’s FA Cup third-round replay with Plymouth Argyle, as they sit third in the Premier League and have an EFL Cup semi-final second leg against Southampton to come next week.

After six-and-a-half weeks on the sidelines with an ankle injury, Coutinho is now back in the first-team fold having appeared as a substitute in each of Jürgen Klopp’s side’s last two games, against the Saints and Manchester United.

And the Brazilian has urged Liverpool to keep focused as they strive for success this term.

“We have to keep working together because the season is very long. We have big objectives to realise this season,” Coutinho told Sky Sports.

“The confidence [of a good result] brings good feeling, tells us that we have to keep working hard. This season promises to be very important for us and Liverpool have to keep playing well.”

Klopp’s influence on the Reds’ style of play is there for all to see, and the No.10 is enjoying playing for the German.

“He is a great manager, he has changed the mentality in our team. We have become much stronger in defence, and we’ll keep working together,” Coutinho added.

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Liverpool FC: a new hope

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 12:36

There’s still much work to do, but it is good to be looking forward to our football again, writes Si Steers.


Football is very much a box office sport, and a little like the Star Wars saga there is a long back story at Liverpool FC with many highs and lows, but a new hope feels like a fitting title for the latest instalment of the Liverpool saga.

So much of the past decade at the club has been about looking backwards, we’ve been fixated on what’s gone wrong and have struggled to look forward with hope. But there is a sense that that is starting to change. Of course, one of the most charismatic managers in world football has made a huge contribution to that feeling, but he is very much the face of a club that has quietly and steadily reinvented itself in the past few years.

There are many reasons why hope should now be the buzz word at Anfield, and here are a few.

 

Leadership and Structure

One of the big gaps at the club in recent times has been a Sporting Director that can take a holistic and strategic view of the footballing operation. Although the manager also plays a key role in setting strategy, it is difficult to think big picture in the day to day demands of coaching with games coming thick and fast.

 Liverpool's manager Jürgen Klopp chats with co-owner and NESV Chairman Tom Werner, owner John W. Henry and Director Michael Gordon during a training session ahead of the International Champions Cup 2016 game against AC Milan on day nine of the club's USA Pre-season Tour at the Levi's Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The appointment of Michael Edwards as Sporting Director is a big step forward. Edwards is cut from the cloth of a modern scout, he combines a deep knowledge of football with an analytical and commercial focus which is exactly what you need from a Sporting Director in today’s game.

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With the imminent departure of Ian Ayre there is opportunity for FSG to bring in a different type of CEO, the devolution of power to Edwards for player transfers including negotiation and value parameters splits the responsibility of running the business side of the club vs. the footballing side.

We now have some great people in senior roles at the club, Billy Hogan has done a fantastic job of building the club’s commercial offering (and is perhaps a contender for CEO), Susan Black has taken the club’s communications back to basics and PR disasters have thankfully become a thing of the past (in the main), Edwards is a bold but exciting choice for Sporting Director, and of course Klopp is one of the very best in the world.

Our owners are not perfect, but John Henry, Tom Werner and Michael Gordon are now making good decisions that are taking the club forward. It is difficult to make a fair judgement on our owners at times as perception is often influenced by each transfer window and whatever the total net spend turns out to be (which is always never enough).

Although investment in the squad is a metric in which to judge our owners, it isn’t the only one. The decisions they make, investment in infrastructure (such as the main stand) and the overall strategy of the club are vital.

The key question to ask is: are we moving forward as a football club? If the answer is yes (which I believe it is) then that is the metric that counts.

 

The Squad

 Liverpool's Roberto Firmino celebrates scoring the second goal against Stoke City during the FA Premier League match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Although we don’t have a squad full of depth, we have a tight knit squad with plenty of quality and most importantly, better than the sum of its parts. The most exciting thing about our squad is that it isn’t reliant on any one player to make us tick – in years gone by players like Gerrard and Suarez have been the catalyst – we now have 4-5 players that are able to take on that mantle in any given game. That’s a great asset to have, and it gives us a bit of unpredictability as well.

We haven’t had to spend big to build the squad, but since the arrival of Klopp we are starting to spend far more wisely. There seems to be a complete alignment in ideas between the transfer committee and Klopp – who has also endorsed the appointment of Edwards. That is critical in making the right decisions on player recruitment.

It is easy to get caught up in the amount you spend, but how you spend is actually a far more important thing to consider. It is fair to say Sadio Mane didn’t capture the imagination of everybody, but has arguably been one of the signings of the season and slotted perfectly into our team – adding real pace and penetration.

The exciting thing about the Liverpool squad is that there is still more to come. It isn’t an ageing squad, the majority of our players are 24-27 and not yet reached prime. Klopp is a coach that improves players – and this team has grown in confidence and stature under his guidance.

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 Liverpool's manager Jürgen Klopp celebrates with match-winning goal-scorer Sadio Mane after the late 1-0 victory over Everton the FA Premier League match, the 227th Merseyside Derby, at Goodison Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Klopp isn’t the kind of coach that throws money at a problem to fix it, and FSG are owners that favour investing in the long term over short termism – we have a very clear strategy when it comes to building the squad, we are not afraid to spend big if we need to – but it has to fix tomorrow’s problem as well as today’s.

We may have had stronger squads in the past decade on paper, but aside from perhaps 2013/14 we haven’t had a team that gets the best out of every player. Our star player is our ‘system’ – and that is why we are able to punch above our weight compared to the financial muscle of our rivals.

This current squad isn’t yet the finished article, and yes it lacks depth in some key areas. But that shouldn’t detract from how well the players have responded to the managers ideas. A bad game or sketchy run of form isn’t always the overall indicator of the bigger picture.

 

The Manager

I would go as far as saying the best signing Liverpool have made in the past 20 years has been Jurgen Klopp. Although some people rightly point to the fact he has yet to achieve anything at Liverpool, the impact he has had on the club and its culture cannot be overstated.

 November 26th, 2016. Pic Simon Bellis/Sportimage via PA Images

Klopp has been able to bring all of the good things that have happened behind the scenes at the club to the surface; he has brought something to Liverpool we haven’t had for a long time – and that is unity. He has been able to take the club’s supporters with him on the direction of travel for the club – opposition supporters and the media love him as he gives absolutely everything but takes things in his stride with a huge smile on his face. He genuinely loves the game.

Klopp will be the first to admit he’s not perfect and has made and will continue to make mistakes. He’s not unique there – nobody’s perfect. But in a short time he has built a team that is capable of competing at the top of the game. He hasn’t only brought unity back at the club; he has brought back respect outside. His brand of football and approach to the game has made Liverpool a team people want to watch again. Although that might not seem important – in our glory days we were always the club everybody else used to look up to. That’s coming back under Klopp.

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The culture at Liverpool is so important, what Klopp has done is immersed himself in what makes Liverpool great, he has successfully merged the old with the new which is an achievement a few managers before him haven’t always got right.

It is important to point out that for all the great things Klopp brings to Liverpool, he isn’t perfect, and nor should anybody expect him to be. He has and will continue to make mistakes, but the way he approaches his work is what gives you the hope.

 

The Supporters

One of the best things around the club at the moment is that the supporters are starting to believe once again. It is easy to get caught up in the social media culture of knee jerk reactions to every game where we are either ‘brilliant or ‘awful’ depending on the result. But you sense around Anfield on match day that people are enjoying the game again.

 Liverpool supporters celebrate as Sadio Mane scores the opening goal against West Bromwich Albion during the FA Premier League match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

There is no exact science to football, so there isn’t a formula that is going to win you everything every year, even if you throw all the money in the world at it (although that probably increases your chances).

In the absence of certainty the next best thing your club can give you is hope; hope that it is on the right trajectory, making the right decisions to be competitive. It feels that the supporters are starting to feel hope returning.

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The supporters are so critical to the success of any club, but especially so at Liverpool. On our day the raw emotion of Anfield can quite literally drag the team over the line. That doesn’t happen everywhere – it is something unique to us. Klopp recognises this and has been working to rekindle the bond between the supporters and the team.

 

The Hope

There is a difference between blind hope and hope filled with substance, and it is the latter that is where Liverpool FC is heading. It would be easy to back up this view with numbers – the new main stand and commercial revenues will continue to make us financially competitive. But it isn’t just the numbers that are important – there are many different strands to being competitive.

 A Liverpool supporter celebrates his side's dramatic injury time 4-3 (5-4 aggregate) victory over Borussia Dortmund during the UEFA Europa League Quarter-Final 2nd Leg match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Whatever we achieve under Klopp, if anything, the one thing I think we’ll always have is hope built on substance that we can stand up against any team. And that extends beyond Klopp’s tenure, it is important that we have a holistic philosophy at the club where our direction of travel isn’t reliant on any individual. That structure is now in place.

There is still much work to do, but it is good to be looking forward to our football again.

 

Coming soon…. What a Sporting Director will bring to LFC.

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'We have big objectives' - Coutinho calls for Liverpool focus in trophy hunt

Goal.com - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 12:18

The Brazilian playmaker sees the 2016-17 campaign as being 'very important' for the Reds, while he has hailed Jurgen Klopp as a 'great manager'

Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho urged his team to continue pushing for their "big objectives" despite a dip in form.

Jurgen Klopp's team are winless in four matches ahead of an FA Cup clash at Plymouth Argyle on Wednesday.

Returning from an ankle injury, Coutinho has made back-to-back appearances off the bench.

'Liverpool could finish first...or fourth'

The Brazil international called on his team, who are third in the Premier League, to remain upbeat and keep chasing success.

"We have to keep working together because the season is very long. We have big objectives to realise this season," Coutinho told Sky Sports.

"The confidence [of a good result] brings good feeling, tells us that we have to keep working hard.

"This season promises to be very important for us and Liverpool have to keep playing well."

Coutinho was in brilliant form prior to his injury, leading to interest from La Liga giants Barcelona.

Matip could miss five more games

The 24-year-old, however, is enjoying working under Klopp and praised the German for helping Liverpool improve.

"He is a great manager," Coutinho said.

"He has changed the mentality in our team, we have become much stronger in defence, and we'll keep working together."

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Участие Лукаса Лейвы в матче против Плимута под ...

ЛиверпульФК ру - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 12:10

Liverpoolfc.ruБразильский футболист может пропустить повторный матч Кубка Англии из-за травмы.


Физическое состояние вице-капитана Ливерпуля под сомнением, поэтому он вряд ли появится на поле "Хоум Парка".

Опытный бразильский полузащитник не смог принять участие в, завершившимся ничьёй 1:1, дерби против Манчестер Юнайтед из-за травмы колена и продолжает проходить курс лечения.

Лукас Лейва вывел команду на поле в ранге капитана в игре третьего раунда Кубка Англии, а также принял участие в первом матче полуфинала Кубка лиги против Саутгемптона на прошлой неделе.

Его отсутствие может вызвать проблему у Юргена Клоппа, который собирается опять выставить молодёжный состав против Плимут Аргайл.

Ожидается, что "Красные" будут в том же составе, что и в первой игре на "Энфилде", дав отдохнуть основному составу перед субботней игрой против Суонси в Премьер-лиге.

Дэниел Старридж, не участвовавший в игре на "Олд Траффорд", скорее всего будет исполнять роль наконечника атаки в предстоящем матче Кубка Англии.

Лорис Кариус, Джо Гомес, Альберто Морено, Кевин Стюарт, Ови Эджариа, Шейи Оджо и Бен Вудберн также планируются начать поединок в стартовом составе.

По сообщению Liverpool Echo, Гарри Уилсон также должен быть задействован Юргеном Клоппом в Плимуте. 19-летний крайний полузащитник пропустил матч резервной команды против сверстников из Манчестер Юнайтед, состоявшийся на "Энфилде" в понедельник. Также он принял участие в тренировочной сессии первой команды в "Мелвуде".

Молодой игрок, проведший впечатляющий сезон во второй команде с 19 голами и 9 результативными передачами, надеется пойти по стопам Трента Александра-Арнольда, Бена Вудбёрна и Ови Эджарии, дебютировавших за первую команду в этом сезоне.

Тренер резервной команды Майк Гэррити хвалит Уилсона: "В данный момент Гарри находится на действительно хорошем месте".

"Он действительно упорно работает, он работает на команду, и он хочет произвести на нашего менеджера впечатление. Ему 19 лет, и очень важно, что он играет каждую неделю после его проблем с травмами в прошлом сезоне".

“Гарри знает, что следующий шаг в его карьере это тренироваться "Мелвуде" на регулярной основе".

Посещение домашнего стадиона Плимута "Хоум Парк" будет первым с 1962 года, когда Ливерпуль встречался с "Пилигримами" в рамках второго английского дивизиона. В Кубке Англии "Красные" не проигрывали команде на три дивизиона ниже с 1959 года, когда они потерпели поражение от любительского клуба Эксетер Сити.

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Физическое состояние вице-капитана Ливерпуля под сомнением, поэтому он вряд ли появится на поле "Хоум Парка".

Опытный бразильский полузащитник не смог принять участие в, завершившимся ничьёй 1:1, дерби против Манчестер Юнайтед из-за травмы колена и продолжает проходить курс лечения.

Лукас Лейва вывел команду на поле в ранге капитана в игре третьего раунда Кубка Англии, а также принял участие в первом матче полуфинала Кубка лиги против Саутгемптона на прошлой неделе.

Его отсутствие может вызвать проблему у Юргена Клоппа, который собирается опять выставить молодёжный состав против Плимут Аргайл.

Ожидается, что "Красные" будут в том же составе, что и в первой игре на "Энфилде", дав отдохнуть основному составу перед субботней игрой против Суонси в Премьер-лиге.

Дэниел Старридж, не участвовавший в игре на "Олд Траффорд", скорее всего будет исполнять роль наконечника атаки в предстоящем матче Кубка Англии.

Лорис Кариус, Джо Гомес, Альберто Морено, Кевин Стюарт, Ови Эджариа, Шейи Оджо и Бен Вудберн также планируются начать поединок в стартовом составе.

По сообщению Liverpool Echo, Гарри Уилсон также должен быть задействован Юргеном Клоппом в Плимуте. 19-летний крайний полузащитник пропустил матч резервной команды против сверстников из Манчестер Юнайтед, состоявшийся на "Энфилде" в понедельник. Также он принял участие в тренировочной сессии первой команды в "Мелвуде".

Молодой игрок, проведший впечатляющий сезон во второй команде с 19 голами и 9 результативными передачами, надеется пойти по стопам Трента Александра-Арнольда, Бена Вудбёрна и Ови Эджарии, дебютировавших за первую команду в этом сезоне.

Тренер резервной команды Майк Гэррити хвалит Уилсона: "В данный момент Гарри находится на действительно хорошем месте".

"Он действительно упорно работает, он работает на команду, и он хочет произвести на нашего менеджера впечатление. Ему 19 лет, и очень важно, что он играет каждую неделю после его проблем с травмами в прошлом сезоне".

“Гарри знает, что следующий шаг в его карьере это тренироваться "Мелвуде" на регулярной основе".

Посещение домашнего стадиона Плимута "Хоум Парк" будет первым с 1962 года, когда Ливерпуль встречался с "Пилигримами" в рамках второго английского дивизиона. В Кубке Англии "Красные" не проигрывали команде на три дивизиона ниже с 1959 года, когда они потерпели поражение от любительского клуба Эксетер Сити.

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New training wear coming soon to LFC online store

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 12:00

New additions to Liverpool FC's training kit range will be available to purchase from our official online store very soon.

The items from New Balance’s elite training wear collection, in eye-catching silver and red, feature lightweight materials with the latest NB Dry technology and moisture wicking fabric.

The rain jacket, half-zip mid layer and training jersey below – as worn by the players during last Saturday’s session at Melwood – will be available at liverpoolfc.com/store soon.

Make sure to follow @LFCRetail on Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates.

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LFC launches 'Red Neighbours' community programme

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 17/01/2017 - 12:00

Liverpool FC has launched a new community programme to support local residents and schools in the Anfield area.

The 'Red Neighbours' initiative will focus on four key areas of need as a result of extensive research with key people who live and work in L4. 

The areas are: food poverty and education; support for the elderly community; encouraging a physically active community; and creating memorable experiences for young people.  

A small dedicated team of LFC staff will work together with local residents, 25 schools around the Anfield area, local community groups, key stakeholders, and other club staff who will give their time and expertise voluntarily to support the programme and help to create events and experiences to support the four areas of need.

Susan Black, director of communications at LFC, said: "Community work has always been an integral part of Liverpool Football Club. For more than 20 years our community activity has been conducted by the club's Foundation across Merseyside and around the world with the support of their international partners.

"This new programme will focus on being a good neighbour and helping to make a difference in the Anfield community and the people who live and work within it. Through our research with the Anfield community we were able to identify four themes to focus our efforts and make a difference.

"'Red Neighbours' has already hosted a series of successful activities, including a Christmas party at Anfield for more than 400 local pensioners, LFC staff volunteering at All Saints Primary School and elderly care homes, and over 900 local schoolchildren have enjoyed a complimentary matchday at Anfield so far this season. 

"This month we have a career networking event at Anfield to look forward to, which is designed to support young students from local high schools as they take their next steps towards finding the right career path."

For more information about the club's community work, please click here

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