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Liverpool to contest Bologna friendlies in Evian

Thu, 07/29/2021 - 19:00

Liverpool will take on Bologna in two 60-minute games as part of the Evian leg of their pre-season training camp.

The Reds will face the Serie A side in hour-long matches at 3pm and 5pm BST on Thursday August 5 as preparations continue ahead of 2021-22.

After almost three weeks in Austria, with camps in both Salzburg and Tirol, Jürgen Klopp will take his squad to France on Saturday.

The manager said: “It’s now the last game in Austria, then we go to France. We have there two 60-minute games against Bologna.

“Then we get home finally – Anfield is calling. We are getting closer, the start of the season is not too far away anymore so we should be better prepared.”

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Team news: Confirmed Liverpool line-up v Hertha BSC

Thu, 07/29/2021 - 17:49

Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez are named on the bench for Liverpool’s pre-season encounter with Hertha BSC in Innsbruck tonight – watch live on LFCTV GO from 6.30pm BST.

The pair are among the substitutes and could make their long-awaited returns from respective injuries.

Diogo Jota and Andy Robertson are also on the bench, while Ibrahima Konate begins the game alongside Joel Matip.

Liverpool: Kelleher, Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Matip, Tsimikas, Milner, Keita, Elliott, Mane, Salah, Minamino.

Subs: Adrian, H. Davies, Van Dijk, Gomez, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jones, Jota, Robertson, R. Williams, Phillips, Gordon, Beck, Cain, Clarkson, N. Williams, Morton, Bradley, Koumetio.

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Confirmed: Van Dijk and Gomez in Reds squad to face Hertha BSC

Thu, 07/29/2021 - 17:19

Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez have been included in Liverpool's squad for this evening's friendly with Hertha BSC in Austria – a game you can watch live on LFCTV GO from 6.30pm BST.

The pair are in contention to make their long-awaited comebacks from respective injuries in the clash with the Bundesliga club.

Full team news will be released on Liverpoolfc.com later this evening.

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Shaqiri and Thiago arrive at Liverpool's Austria training camp

Wed, 07/28/2021 - 18:21

Xherdan Shaqiri and Thiago Alcantara arrived at Liverpool's Austria pre-season training camp this afternoon.

The pair reconvened with their Reds teammates in Tirol after a break that followed their participation at Euro 2020 with Switzerland and Spain respectively.

Shaqiri and Thiago will now begin preparations for the 2021-22 campaign on Thursday.

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Watch: Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip go bowling

Wed, 07/28/2021 - 16:59

During a brief moment of downtime during Liverpool’s pre-season training camp, Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip contested a game of Austrian bowling and we decided to film it. We’re sure you won’t want to miss it.

The trio went head-to-head in a game of nine-pin, or kegeln as it is locally known, in the team hotel in Salzburg.

See what happened when Van Dijk, Gomez and Matip challenged each other in our YouTube video below now.

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Inside Training: Obstacle rondos and mini-games in Tuesday training

Tue, 07/27/2021 - 20:11

Liverpool's work in Austria continued with an entertaining session on Tuesday evening – and you can see what happened in our latest episode of Inside Training.

Obstacle rondos began the session in the Tirol sunshine before the squad spilt into four teams, with two representing yellows and two for the reds.

Watch the best bits of the workout in our video above now.

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Training photos: Smiles and sunshine at Reds' Tuesday session

Tue, 07/27/2021 - 18:47

Liverpool's squad trained in the sunshine on Tuesday evening as their Austrian training camp continues.

The Reds' latest session in Tirol involved rondos with a difference, with Thursday's pre-season friendly with Hertha BSC coming into focus – a game you can watch live on LFCTV GO.  

See how the workout unfolded in photos with our latest gallery below.

Photos by John Powell

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Reds announce headline sponsorship of North West LGBTQ+ Business Awards

Tue, 07/27/2021 - 18:00

Liverpool Football Club is continuing its support of the LGBT+ community by announcing its headline sponsorship of the inaugural North West LGBTQ+ Business Awards.

The newly created awards, which take place this October, will provide the north west region with an opportunity to celebrate the amazing achievements of the LGBTQ+ community in business as well as recognising their contribution to the region’s economy.

The headline sponsorship is part of the club’s city Pride celebrations throughout July, which also include: an inclusive football tournament, Pride-themed sessions in 40 local schools, participation in LCR Pride Foundation’s virtual Pride march, and a ‘Careers Uncovered’ event with guests from the LGBT+ community, including former professional rugby league player Keegan Hirst.

Rishi Jain, senior ED&I manager at LFC, said: “We are delighted to be the headline sponsor of the new North West LGBTQ+ Business Awards.

“It’s so important for us as a club through our Red Together work to promote equality, diversity and inclusion across everything that we do.

“Having the opportunity to demonstrate our ongoing support of the LGBT+ community and acknowledge their enormous contribution to our region is fantastic and we are very much looking forward to joining other businesses to celebrate.”

Drew Cockton, Merseyside businessman and founder of the North West LGBTQ+ Business Awards, added: “I am delighted that Liverpool Football Club is leading by example when it comes to diversity and inclusion. Our city and region need this support now more than ever.”

To find out more about the North West LGBTQ+ Business Awards, please visit https://lgbtqbusinessawards.com.

For more information on Red Together – LFC’s commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion – please visit www.liverpoolfc.com/redtogether.

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'I feel I've improved massively being with the first team in Austria'

Tue, 07/27/2021 - 16:00

Conor Bradley is eager to fulfil more career milestones after an 'unreal week' for the teenager.

Six days after making his Liverpool first-team debut in the friendly with VfB Stuttgart, the full-back signed a new long-term deal with the club. 

Bradley has been with Jürgen Klopp's squad in Austria for the pre-season training camp since its start and is enjoying every second. 

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"It has been an unreal week for me," the 18-year-old told Liverpoolfc.com. "I'm very proud, getting my debut last week and then signing a new contract this week. So, I'll just keep working hard and I'm very proud. 

"You can't just dwell on the past. You need to look to the future, keep trying to better yourself and try to work hard and see where that takes you.

"I feel like I've improved massively, I've been listening to the coaches like Pep, just taking loads off them in different ways tactically and stuff like that. 

"I just want to stay here as long as I can and keep improving, which is the best thing for me.

"It's my first pre-season so it's been quite hard to get used to but I've enjoyed every minute of it. It's hard but it's good."

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Bradley, who received his first senior Northern Ireland cap in May, is one of a number of the club's young prospects currently out in Tirol. 

While looking to impress Klopp and his coaching staff in training and matches, that particular group are also absorbing vital lessons from players who have spent a long time in such an environment.

Bradley continued: "It's good to not be here by myself, it's good to have a lot of people here with me to share the experience with.

"Obviously [we] can learn off people like Curt, Neco and Rhys because they've been here a while now. It's good.

"I just want to keep trying to impress the manager and keep showing him what I can do. Obviously I've got Trent and Neco in front of me but I just want to keep battling with them and see where it takes me.

"The intensity and the level is just so much higher. It's harder to keep the ball and stuff like that. It's a much higher intensity but it's good and a good learning experience for me.

"I just pick up from people like Trent, Robbo and Mo – I see how they do stuff off the pitch, the way they eat and what they do in between training sessions and stuff like that. 

"Just coming here and seeing stuff like that has been really good and I've really enjoyed it."

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Photos: Morning and evening workouts for Reds in Tirol on Monday

Mon, 07/26/2021 - 18:35

Check in on Liverpool's latest pre-season work in Austria with our collection of photographs.

Day two of the Reds' stay in Tirol involved a morning session in the sunshine and then evening running drills under the watchful eye of Jürgen Klopp and his coaching staff. 

Take a look at the workouts in the gallery below.

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Evening session

Morning session

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Billy 'the kid' Koumetio: I'm here to show what I can do

Mon, 07/26/2021 - 18:00

Billy Koumetio has returned to Austria more comfortable around the Liverpool first team, though with the same nickname.

The teenager enjoyed his first pre-season with the Reds' senior set-up in Salzburg last summer, during which he was repeatedly called 'Billy the kid' by Jürgen Klopp. 

Since then, he's enjoyed more exposure to Klopp's side, along with a senior debut in the Champions League when he came on at half-time away at FC Midtjylland.

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But asked if his nickname has stood the test of time, Koumetio told Liverpoolfc.com: "It's not too bad! Now some people call me this.

"I remember last season when I came here, I didn't know the boys, I didn't know anyone. But I played a couple of games last season – one in the Champions League, pre-season and a few training sessions – and I know them pretty well. So I've got a little bit of experience.

"Last season was good. I was happy to play a few games in pre-season, to be on the bench in some fixtures. Obviously in the Champions League game I was surprised to start the second half but it wasn't too bad and I enjoyed it of course. Everyone was supporting me, all the lads, the older ones. I loved it."

On what his targets are in this pre-season, the defender continued: "To carry on, keep the rhythm of training and then play some games and keep playing in pre-season to show what I can do and how I can help the team as well. That's why I'm here.

"It's been good. Of course since last season we see a difference in terms of the intensity. The gaffer said [on] the first day that the intensity is going to be different, we're going to work harder to prepare for the whole season."

Koumetio continues to study and learn from Liverpool's senior centre-halves, including the returning Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip. 

He's also grown close to a new arrival in fellow Frenchman Ibrahima Konate.

"They are big examples, not only Virgil but also Joel, Joe, Konate, also Rhys, Nat and Ben," the 18-year-old said. 

"I'm learning from all of them, they are all different so you can pick some qualities off each of them. We are all happy to see them. They are great lads and also big, big players.

"Me and Konate, we speak a lot. I love him, he's a great man but also a great player. He's very good on the ball, attacking and defending. We are talking a lot. He's settled in perfectly."

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Liverpool target Dusan Vlahovic scores seven in 45 minutes

Mon, 07/26/2021 - 07:25

Dusan Vlahovic was already highly rated and linked with a move to the Premier League and that speculation will only increase after he scored seven goals in just 45 minutes of a friendly on Sunday.

The 21-year-old was in fine form for Fiorentina last season, scoring 21 goals in just 37 Serie A games, which saw him linked with Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.

The Serbia international is clearly taking his pre-season seriously as he showed he is in superb goal-scoring form in a friendly against fourth-tier Italian side Polisportiva C4 Foligno.

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Inside Training: Reds begin Tirol work with entertaining pressing drills

Sun, 07/25/2021 - 22:02

Liverpool trained at their new base in Tirol for the first time on Sunday evening – and you can go behind the scenes of the session in the latest edition of Inside Training.

After just shy of two weeks in Salzburg, the Reds moved across Austria to Innsbruck to continue preparations for 2021-22.

A series of ball drills were completed before an entertaining counter-pressing routine concluded the session.

Watch the best bits from Tirol in our video above.

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Training gallery: First session for Liverpool in Tirol on Sunday

Sun, 07/25/2021 - 20:17

Liverpool adjusted to their new training base in Austria by performing a Sunday evening workout in Tirol.

The Reds made the two-hour drive from Salzburg earlier on in the day as they settled into a new location while preparations for the 2021-22 campaign continue. 

Enjoy the best photos from the session in the gallery below.

Photos by John Powell

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LFC Women continue pre-season with internal training match

Sun, 07/25/2021 - 12:37

Liverpool FC Women continued their pre-season preparations with an internal training match at the Solar Campus on Saturday.

Two combined teams of first-team players and U21s took each other on in a competitive 50-minute affair, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

Manager Matt Beard was pleased with what he saw as the Reds now set their sights on their first official game of pre-season against Leicester City next week.

He told Liverpoolfc.com: “I was pleased with that. We’ve seen things we’ve been working on in training. We had two focus points today, which were our counter-press and attacking transition.

“Obviously we’ve been working on reduced numbers, so it was good to open the pitch right up and get minutes into their legs and their lungs.

“A couple of the attacking patterns we’re working on came off, especially in the first half, and we’re seeing players trying to build relationships.

“I was really pleased with the fitness levels so, David [Robshaw, physical performance coach] deserves a lot of credit and Hina [Chauhan, physio] as well, plus the girls for the work they’ve been putting in.”

The squad will be bolstered again this week with several more players returning from injury as the team prepare for the Leicester encounter.

“We’ll have the majority of the squad back in training by the end of next week, we’ll probably be just one or two short,” Beard continued.

“The key for me is that we progress what we’ve done today into next week’s training and then playing against Super League opposition in Leicester will be a great test for us.

“We’re probably a week behind where I’d like to be with the Fylde game being called off but we’ve got plenty of time before the season starts to sort those little bits out and there’s plenty of positives to take from what we’ve done today.”

Beard also had words of praise for the younger players who took part in the game from the club’s U21 group.

He said: “There were some really good individual performances from them and they’ve only been back in training themselves a week, and we’re in our fourth week.

“We went through some structural stuff with them and they did that well and for me it’s vitally important that our young players are exposed to this. They had no fear, which was really pleasing to see. 

“All in all, a good day and a good experience for everyone.”

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Juventus reject Liverpool's €100m Chiesa bid

Sun, 07/25/2021 - 11:47

According to multiple sources in Italy, Juventus have rejected Liverpool's €100m bid for Federico Chiesa.

The Italy winger joined the Bianconeri from Fiorentina a year ago on an initial €10m loan deal with an option to buy for €50m.

The 23-year-old scored 14 goals and delivered 10 assists in 43 appearances in his first season with the Old Lady.

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Harry Wilson completes transfer to Fulham

Sat, 07/24/2021 - 21:59

Harry Wilson has today completed a transfer to Fulham, bidding farewell to Liverpool after almost 16 years with the club.

The Wales international’s switch to the Championship side sees him embark on a new chapter in his career, having joined the Reds at U9 level and progressed through the ranks at the Academy.

A versatile attacker, Wilson achieved a senior debut for his country aged 16 in 2013 and later captained Liverpool U23s as he caught the eye with his ability on the ball, finishing and long-range shooting.

His maiden first-team appearance for the Reds came as a substitute in the FA Cup tie with Plymouth Argyle in January 2017, before he enjoyed a series of productive loan spells to gain further experience.

Time with Hull City and then Derby County saw Wilson rack up 23 goals in the Championship, and he subsequently spent 2019-20 with AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League.

Having returned to Liverpool, he played his second senior match under Jürgen Klopp with a start against Arsenal in the League Cup last October.

Wilson then departed on loan again, heading back to his native Wales to link up with Cardiff City in English football’s second tier, where he bagged seven more strikes.

After participating at Euro 2020 with his country and initially joining Liverpool’s Austria pre-season training camp, he now leaves the club to seal a move to Fulham.

Everyone at Liverpool FC thanks Harry for his contributions to the club and wishes him the best of luck in his future career.

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Inside Pre-season: Behind the scenes of Liverpool 1-0 Mainz

Sat, 07/24/2021 - 15:23

Go behind the scenes of Liverpool's friendly win over FSV Mainz 05 with our new edition of Inside Pre-season.

The Reds picked up their first victory of the summer schedule as Luca Kilian clipped an Owen Beck cross into his own net at the end of Friday evening’s encounter.

The game was played in front of a crowd of 3,500 supporters in Austria – and our pitchside camera was there to bring you a unique angle of proceedings.

See what was captured in the video below.

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Pep Lijnders' training camp diary: Day 13, Mainz reflections, Robbo's target and more

Sat, 07/24/2021 - 14:59

Pep Lijnders' latest training camp diary entry sees the assistant manager discuss the 1-0 victory over FSV Mainz 05, reveal a target Andy Robertson has set for himself and detail an outstanding performance from young goalkeeper Harvey Davies in training.

Our training is our fuel, that’s what we believe. That’s how and why we created the team we have. Making the collective better, forcing the individuals to improve. We need full determination of each player to make the next step; we can - and we will - be better again.

The Mainz game was a step in the right direction with more organisation and more discipline. Winning the game was important, keeping the ‘nil’ was important. We wanted to go more in detail and we did, the ‘quick breakaways’ were very good. The moment we played with more speed in our short passes and involving more players, we created chances. Options everywhere and ready to receive everywhere is the target.

It’s a good base working towards Hertha, but we need more determination to be well organised from everyone. We need to be more co-ordinated, especially when we are tired. It’s all about tactical discipline if you want to create ‘help from everywhere’. We are playing against teams who are longer in their pre-season, which makes each game a proper test. But that’s what we wanted: tests. Finals. To show that a little bit defending just doesn’t work.

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In the year we became Premier League champions, we only won against Lyon in the last match of pre-season, as well as against Tranmere and Bradford in the first two. In our best phases we had this mentality to see the next game as the final. This is the mentality we want NOW, not tomorrow.

There is a continuous competition between the teams (first half and second half) counting the amount of successful counter-pressing situations and we are improving step by step. In the first 15 minutes against Barcelona, we lost the ball 11 times and won it back 10 times immediately - that’s attacking the game, instead of attacking the goal. In our best games, we reached incredible numbers. It’s a great way to put more context to our pre-season games.

While I’m writing, Vitor and Andreas are taking a session with Robbo, Jota, Conor and Jake. Robbo and Jota look so much alike, there must be a relation between the Scottish and Portuguese a long, long time ago.

Getting started ⚽️ https://t.co/4J5qscgdVa

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By the way, this session looks like the future of football: six coaches and five players. Jürgen and myself are watching from the sidelines, not making it eight versus five, because that wouldn’t be fair on the lads!

Jürgen creates a great mood; it’s early in the morning but he is throwing a few jokes around. Conall is doing a ball-orientated warm-up - we call him the No.12 because when we need an extra player he joins and adds a little bit of Northern Irish determination.

They are ending the session with counter-attacks; the passes are well played in front to keep the right speed but Harvey Davies killed the exercise by making some spectacular saves.

Jürgen shouts from 100 metres, “Love it Harvey!” but Robbo is fuming! Haha! In these counter-attacking drills, when our players don’t score they need to sprint back quickly to the halfway line. Remember one of our coaching principles, the better you play the more you play. The better you finish the less you run. The worse you play the more you run. Natural pressure. I like to make the team fit in this way a lot.

On his arrival yesterday evening, Robbo said he can get five goals this season… after this first session he said he was thinking he might even be able to get seven, maybe!

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I told the boys afterwards, ‘’Top session, guys!’… Jürgen responded immediately, “Top session, Harvey!”

This afternoon will be some time off for everyone. The boys got treatment this morning and now they can go fishing, play golf, take the bikes or just relax in the spa here. It’s a perfect place to combine hard work, recovery and clearing the head at the right moment, especially as the weather has settled down. As I've said before, when you ask a lot of your players, you need to give a lot as well.

Two weeks have flown past since we began our training camp and tomorrow morning we will travel to our new hotel in Tirol. Millie has found out there is a golf simulator in there, so our vice-captain is happy!

But there’s plenty of work to be done and the hard work continues. We’re looking forward to going to this new hotel, new surroundings and from there making a next step in our pre-season.

Speak to you again soon,
Pep

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Local kids ready for Anfield return

Sat, 07/24/2021 - 09:30

More than 1,000 local school children who live around Anfield and Kirkby are set to return to the stadium this season thanks to the club's free school tickets initiative.

Red Neighbours has donated tickets to 28 local schools in preparation for the 2021-22 Premier League campaign, which sees the Reds hosting Burnley for their first home game on Saturday August 21.

Each school receives free tickets to attend three Premier League home matches at Anfield throughout the season.

Pupils from Alsop High School, New Park Primary School and Florence Melly Community Primary School headed to Anfield this week to collect their tickets before they break for summer school holidays.

Forbes Duff, senior manager at Red Neighbours, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be able to welcome our young supporters back to Anfield this season.

“It has been a long, hard 18 months for everyone, so it’s great to be able to return to a level of normality and bring some joy to the pupils once again with our free ticket donation.

“The pupils have really missed coming to the game, just as we have missed having fans in the stadium. They’re all really looking forward to cheering the Reds on to success once again.”

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