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Red Neighbours hosts Liverpool's Sound premiere at Anfield

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 16:58

LFCTV’s new documentary ‘Liverpool’s Sound’ was premiered at Anfield on Thursday night as the club’s Red Neighbours programme welcomed a host of local organisations to the event.

The hour-long film, a tribute to the inimitable Anfield noise, charts the evolution of football chanting from the days when Kopites transferred their beloved Merseybeat from the top of the charts to the stadium terraces, right up to the present day.

Classics like Poor Scouser TommyEvery Other SaturdayFields of Anfield Road and Liverbird Upon My Chest are examined in detail.

To coincide with its release, Red Neighbours invited 50 people from the community to join ambassadors and contributors and enjoy the first showing on Thursday, with guests from Alsop High School, the League of Welldoers community group, Christ Church community group and military veterans in attendance.

The event formed part of Red Neighbours’ ‘memorable experiences’ month, with an entertaining Q&A following the conclusion of Liverpool’s Sound.

You can watch the documentary online now by clicking play on the embedded video below. Need a subscription to watch? Sign up here.

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Media Watch: All the latest LFC transfer rumours

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 16:16
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Reds and Arsenal target to decide future

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 16:06

Liverpool and Arsenal target Leon Goretzka will reportedly decide on his future during a mid-season trip to Benidorm.

The Schalke midfielder is also on Spurs' radar, and it is them and the Reds that are leading the race for his signature, according to Mundo Deportivo.

Goretzka is out of contract at the end of the season, and Germany chief Oliver Bierhoff suggested he will move to the Premier League.

He said: "We feel that England, because of the amount of money you have with TV rights, young talented players like Leroy Sané and Leon Goretzka are moving to England and this is not good for our league but also for the quality of our game.

"We have to pay attention and invest again and again in the education of our coaches.”

Barcelona are believed to be in pole position to land Goretzka, however, who is being touted by some of Europe's top teams.

Schalke will visit Benidorm when the Bundesliga season breaks for its mid-season hiatus.

Source: Daily Mirror

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Leverkusen star makes Melwood visit

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 15:59

Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz reportedly made a visit to Liverpool’s training ground last month ahead of a potential transfer. reportedly made a visit to Liverpool’s training ground last month ahead of a potential transfer.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been linked with a number of signings from the Bundesliga since taking charge at Anfield.

Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz was reportedly on the Reds’ radar in the summer, along with his team-mate Benjamin Henrichs.

And according to website Football Whispers, the Reds invited Havertz to their Melwood training facility last month.

The 18-year-old is said to have been given the red-carpet treatment and met with Klopp, Philippe Coutinho and club legend Steven Gerrard.

Havertz signed a new five-year deal with Leverkusen over the summer but it said to have been agreed merely to boost his return when sold.

The Bundesliga side are said to have granted the teenager permission to meet with Liverpool and appear open to doing business.

The Reds’ approach for Havertz is thought to be part of a wider recruitment drive of younger players which is being led by Klopp.

And the Anfield club are also said to be running the rule over 17-year-old Fortuna Sittard centre-half Per Schurrs.

Despite Havertz’s tender age, he is already a regular for Leverkusen and would expect to slot straight into Liverpool’s first team.

The teenager made 24 Bundesliga appearances last term, scoring four goals and providing six assists.

And he has started this campaign in a similar vein, turning out 10 times in all competitions for the German side.

His current deal at the BAY Arena runs until June 2022.

Source: Daily Express

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Reds make dreams come true with #LFCDreamTicket

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 13:00

Young Red Sam Kilburn had his dream of meeting his favourite LFC players and Mickey Mouse come true when his family was selected as the lucky recipients of #LFCDreamTicket.

Sam, Charlotte, Gary and Karen Kilburn were treated to the surprise of a lifetime when the club worked with partners Joie and Thomas Cook Sport to create two weeks of unforgettable memories for a very special family. 

Sam, age 10, from West Derby, was born prematurely and has suffered from cerebral palsy since birth when doctors discovered a bleed on his brain, later developing epilepsy too. Thanks to the tireless support of his family, for the last 12 months Sam has attended the LFC Foundation’s Respect 4 All inclusive sports sessions and, along with his loved ones, Sam has rapidly become a key member of the team bringing to life all of the club’s values. 

The fortnight of fun was kicked off with a special visit to Melwood where the family got to meet their favourite players, including LFC’s newest recruit Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain, who presented them with tickets to have an extraordinary Anfield matchday experience. 

At the game, where the Reds soared to a 3-0 victory over Huddersfield, the surprises continued when LFC legend and club ambassador Robbie Fowler presented the Kliburns with the trip of a lifetime to Disneyland Paris.  

Sam’s mum, Karen, said: “It was a great privilege for our family to have been chosen and it was a fortnight we will never ever forget. Sam and Charlotte got to meet their heroes – Liverpool players and Mickey Mouse! We cannot thank the club enough for our #LFCDreamTicket which has left us all with unforgettable memories.”

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Match preview: U23s face Newcastle United in PL International Cup

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 12:38

Neil Critchley's high-scoring Liverpool U23s are back in action on Friday night when they host Newcastle United in the Premier League International Cup.

The format of this competition sees 12 of England's best academy sides compete against 12 of the top development squads from across the rest of Europe.

Six four-team groups have been drawn featuring two English sides and two of their European counterparts, with the winners and the two best runners-up set to make the quarter-finals.

As well as the Magpies, Critchley's team have been drawn alongside PSV Eindhoven and Sparta Prague in Group A, with all fixtures set to take place on these shores.

Where is the game being played? The tie is taking place at Prenton Park, home of Tranmere Rovers FC, with kick-off set for 7pm GMT.

How can I watch the game? We are showing the match live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO, with our coverage starting at 6.30pm. Click here to sign up now.

View from the manager, Neil Critchley

"I was very pleased with our performance against Bristol City and it was important we bounced back after the defeat to Leicester City - we did it pretty emphatically.

"We are looking forward to playing on Friday night as there's always something different about playing under the floodlights and Tranmere Rovers has a nice pitch and nice surroundings. We've played there quite a lot now so it feels more like our home every time we play there.

"Newcastle United won their first game in this competition and hopefully we can get off to a good start on Friday night."

View from the player, Matty Virtue

"We've had a really strong start to the season. The team are playing really well and we are just looking to kick on from there. The training level is unbelievable every day and that is making us better players. We have people with us like Danny Ings and Jon Flanagan and it makes us a really strong team.

"Last season in the Premier League International Cup we played against the likes of Porto and Wolfsburg, which is different to the sides we normally play against. It's a different challenge but we look forward to it.

"I think Newcastle will be strong and we have just got to try and play our own game and not get caught up in the physical side of it."

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6.30pm: U23s v Newcastle live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 12:02

Liverpool U23s host Newcastle United in the Premier League International Cup at Prenton Park on Friday night - and you can watch the match live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO from 6.30pm GMT.

Neil Critchley's side have scored 29 goals in just 12 games so far in 2017-18 and will be hungry for more against Peter Beardsley's side this evening.

Kick-off at Prenton Park is at 7pm, but you can join Rob Jones alongside former Reds Neil Mellor and Chris Kirkland for our live coverage from 6.30pm.

To subscribe to either LFCTV or LFCTV GO, click here.

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Jamie Cooper: The artist behind the 125 Dream Scene

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 11:35

Jamie Cooper is the artist who has been entrusted with presenting the essence, spirit and history of Liverpool Football Club in one piece of art.

A former professional Australian rules football player, Cooper turned his hand to painting after hanging up his boots 20 years ago.

He has since built a reputation for creating composite portraits telling the stories of several celebrated sporting organisations.

Reflecting on the task he has been given by the Reds, Cooper said: "It is a great honour to have been entrusted with this challenge and responsibility. It is one that I take very seriously.

"As a professional footballer in my homeland of Australia, I have a deep understanding of what a football club means to its community.

"A club like Liverpool FC has meaning far beyond what happens on the field. It is a community, a family that extends far beyond the boundaries of the white lines.”

Cooper’s Dream Scene painting will be officially unveiled at an event at the club’s Anfield store on November 16 before being put on public display the following day.

Fans will also be able to get their hands on copies of the composition, which has been painstakingly put together by an artist dedicated to capturing the past, present and future of LFC.

"I travelled across the world several times to meet with people in and around the club to get a sense of what the Reds culture is about,” Cooper added.

"I listened, read and gathered information for months before any paint brushes were picked up.

"My endeavour was to not only to bring them together, but to tell a story, to imagine what these characters would have said to each other, what tales they would have told and what personalities would have been drawn together in this impossible gathering.

"As football fans, wouldn’t we love to walk amongst them, to mingle with them as they celebrate playing the greatest game of all."

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Firmino on Klopp, pressing and life in Liverpool

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 11:20

Roberto Firmino feels the benefits of working with Jürgen Klopp on a daily basis, with the Liverpool forward explaining how the manager is vital to his development.

Since Klopp took charge at Anfield in October 2015, Firmino has transformed from an attacking midfielder who wore the No.11 jersey to a striker who dons the No.9.

The Brazilian’s clever movement and tireless work rate, allied to his technical ability and eye for goal, make him an integral component in Liverpool’s side.

Klopp regularly marvels at Firmino’s contribution - doing so most recently after last weekend’s 4-1 victory over West Ham United - and the 26-year-old has spoken glowingly about his relationship with the boss.

“His importance to me is quite huge,” Firmino told Premier League Productions.

“He helps me in the daily training sessions and I’ve learned a lot with him. He’s been obtaining the best of me, the maximum possible.

“He’s an exceptional manager and I’m honoured to work with him… I think since his arrival things have changed for the better.”

Firmino’s footballing intelligence and impressive physical attributes enable him to carry out one of the central tenets of Klopp’s strategy - pressing - and that is a task he relishes.

“[I press] With a lot of pleasure. I love to put pressure on the opposition team, make their life difficult and if I can steal the ball it will be much easier for us to score,” Firmino said.

As well as enjoying his work on the pitch, Firmino is content with his life off it, too.

“I’m very happy and it’s very gratifying coming to a huge club like Liverpool and living in this lovely city,” he stated.

“The supporters are fantastic. I’ve never had problems with them and I hope that carries on for the rest of my time here.”

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On demand: Watch 'Liverpool's Sound' now

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 11:00

LFCTV will take fans on a journey through the history of Liverpool's unique and unrivalled songbook in a brand-new and exclusive documentary.

Liverpool’s Sound, an hour-long tribute to the inimitable Anfield noise, is now available on demand to LFCTV GO subscribers. Click play above to watch it in full.

The documentary begins at a time when Kopites were pioneering large-scale football chanting, transferring the sound of their beloved Merseybeat from the top of the charts to the Kop terraces.

Our film explores how innovative chants about star players became commonplace, rivalries were infused into song lyrics and European travel came to influence the Reds’ growing repertoire.

Classics like Poor Scouser Tommy, Every Other Saturday, Fields of Anfield Road and Liverbird Upon My Chest are examined in detail.

Liverpool’s Sound follows the evolution of our chants right through to the present day – and is brought to life by a host of Kopites who sing them with pride, home and away.

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Internationals: Joy for Lovren as Croatia edge closer to the World Cup

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 00:57

Dejan Lovren played the full 90 minutes as Croatia took a big step towards qualification for the World Cup after a 4-1 win over Greece, in the first leg of their play-off on Thursday night.

Luka Modric gave the hosts the perfect start with the opening goal on 13 minutes from the penalty spot and after Lovren went close with a header, the lead was doubled when Nikola Kalinic made it 2-0.

On the half hour mark Sokratis Papastathopoulos netted to give the away side hope but three minutes later it was 3-1 when Ivan Perisic netted.

Within four minutes of the restart Andrej Kramaric pounced to make it 4-1 and put his country in a great position to qualify for the World Cup ahead of Sunday’s second leg.

Andy Robertson and Georginio Wijnaldum both lasted the full distance as Scotland lost 1-0 to the Netherlands in a friendly encounter in Aberdeen.

The only goal of the game was scored five minutes before the break by Memphis Depay following an assist from former Liverpool star Ryan Babel.

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On demand:Watch Liverpool's Sound

Fri, 10/11/2017 - 00:29

LFCTV will take fans on a journey through the history of Liverpool's unique and unrivalled songbook in a brand-new and exclusive documentary.

Liverpool’s Sound, an hour-long tribute to the inimitable Anfield noise, is now available on demand to LFCTV GO subscribers. Click play above to watch the clip.

The documentary begins at a time when Kopites were pioneering large-scale football chanting, transferring the sound of their beloved Merseybeat from the top of the charts to the Kop terraces.

Our film explores how innovative chants about star players became commonplace, rivalries were infused into song lyrics and European travel came to influence the Reds’ growing repertoire.

Classics like Poor Scouser Tommy, Every Other Saturday, Fields of Anfield Road and Liverbird Upon My Chest are examined in detail.

Liverpool’s Sound follows the evolution of our chants right through to the present day – and is brought to life by a host of Kopites who sing them with pride, home and away.

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Limited release: Get your 125th anniversary boxed shirt now

Thu, 09/11/2017 - 20:17

Liverpool FC are offering fans a final chance to get their hands on a commemorative 125th anniversary double boxed shirt with a limited release of just 500 units.

This special box set contains a replica of the shirt worn by the club's first ever team in 1892 - a long-sleeved, polo-style shirt in blue and white with a three-button fastening. 

Alongside that retro garment you'll also find the New Balance jersey donned by the Reds during their 125th year.

Twenty-five historical photos - including snaps of club founder John Houlding, an aerial view of Anfield, and images of legendary players - are also contained within.

And the box itself features both a timeline of the club's famous journey and a Roll of Honour that takes in 18 league titles, five European Cups and much, much more.

LFC's curator, Stephen Done, said: "The original shirts had no names or numbers on the back, and there was no club badge, as was typical of the period. 

"In researching this new replica for 2017, a decision was made to opt for a lightweight cotton to suit modern tastes, but we undertook careful analysis of the surviving photographic evidence to ensure the blue and white halves are correctly replicated.

"This shirt is a superb tribute to a side that won the Lancashire League and the Liverpool Senior Cup, as well as the Lancashire Reserve League." 

Click here to get your hands on the boxed shirt set now.

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Rhian Brewster in line for Liverpool return

Thu, 09/11/2017 - 14:35

Rhian Brewster is in line to make his return to Liverpool action on Friday when the U23s take on Newcastle United at Prenton Park.

The 17-year-old was back at Kirkby on Tuesday for his first Reds training session since top-scoring as England won the U17 World Cup last month.

And he could now play a part in the U23s' next Premier League International Cup outing, which takes place at the home of Tranmere Rovers later this week.

Neil Critchley told Liverpoolfc.com: "We'll assess where he's at. We gave him a week off but that was because he'd been away for five weeks and he'd played a lot of football. 

"His fitness shouldn't be too much of an issue, he was playing 90-minute games, virtually every minute of every game in hot and humid conditions. 

"We'll just have to see how he is, assess him over the next couple of days to see if he is involved on Friday night but I'm sure he'll play some part in the game."

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Brewster bagged eight goals in just six games - including one in a memorable final win over Spain - as the Three Lions stormed to victory in India.

And, while Critchley and the coaching staff at the Academy are delighted for their young striker, they are fully focused on ensuring that achievement doesn't transpire to be a career highlight for the youngster.

He added: "As a club, as a staff, we're all made up for him. It was a magnificent achievement for that group of players and staff that went out there and as an English coach I'm made up that the England teams are doing well and Rhian was part of that. 

"But his bread and butter is here and it's a great achievement for him but in the grand scheme of things in terms of his long-term development it's only a small achievement. 

"It's always: what's next for Rhian? He can't be living off the back of an U17 World Cup victory for the rest of his career. 

"We want - and he does - more than that. It's great to see him back, he's a terrific boy and a credit to his family, but it's back to work now. We're looking forward to seeing how he is in the next few weeks."

Critchley doesn't expect any problems in keeping Brewster's feet on the ground after his international success, either.

He continued: "There's certainly no red carpet rolled out for him here. 

"The experienced staff we've got here, good people with the right values, won't be getting carried away. 

"There are a few people in the dressing room who will be keeping a lid on it so he won't be getting too big for his boots. 

"He's not that type of boy anyway but, if he did, then we'd certainly nip that in the bud. 

"There will be no issues with him, we'll have no problems. He'll come back in and he'll be the same happy, humble boy he was before he went away."

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LFC U23s: Our goal-getting, league-leading entertainers

Thu, 09/11/2017 - 12:00

Liverpool U23s are back in action on Friday evening - and, if their season so far is anything to go by, their meeting with Newcastle United won't be short of goals or entertainment.

To date in 2017-18, Neil Critchley's side have won nine of their 12 fixtures, scoring 29 times in the process.

They average exactly two goals per game in Premier League 2 - a division they lead by two points from Everton - and head into Friday's Premier League International Cup tie with Newcastle on the back of a ruthless seven-goal demolition of Bristol City last weekend.

  

All the goals from LFC U23s 7-0 Bristol City

Danny Ings scored four and registered two assists in that Premier League Cup rout of the Robins, while Harry Wilson increased his goal tally to nine in nine U23s appearances this term.

That comprehensive win moved the young Reds to top spot in PL Cup Group E ahead of their encounter with second-placed Stoke City on December 3.

The mouth-watering prospect of a first PL2 mini-derby of the season awaits next weekend, with Everton visiting Prenton Park on Saturday November 18.

But before then, Critchley's team will be eager to progress past the Magpies in the PL International Cup - and you can watch them attempt to do so live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO (7pm GMT kick-off).

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'It's like a derby' - Emre on England clash

Thu, 09/11/2017 - 11:30

Emre Can could face the unusual sensation of lining up against one of his Liverpool teammates in a 'derby' meeting between Germany and England on Friday.

The 23-year-old is hoping to feature for his country as they take on a Three Lions squad including fellow Red Joe Gomez at Wembley tomorrow.

And, while Emre is keen for all players to emerge with a clean bill of health, he does not expect the game to be friendly in its nature.

“It’s just a friendly but of course everybody wants to win that game. The most important thing is that everybody stays healthy," he told Liverpoolfc.com.

“It’s a huge game. It’s like a derby, England against Germany. Everybody is always very excited about this kind of game in Germany. 

“Everybody is looking forward to it. I know it’s just a friendly, but it doesn’t matter because it’s always a big game against England.”

Can scored his first senior Germany goal during the last international break, thrashing a brilliant 30-yard strike in during a win over Azerbaijan.

Reflecting on that moment, the midfielder said: “It was amazing. 

“I know it was not the most important one [in the game] but for me it was very important – finally, after 18 games [for Germany]. 

“It was a good feeling for me. I hope more will come.”

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Anfield to hold exclusive screening of Liverpool's Sound

Wed, 08/11/2017 - 20:18

An exclusive screening of LFCTV's brand-new documentary, Liverpool's Sound, will be held at Anfield for local fans and special guests on Thursday.

To coincide with the premiere of the hour-long film on the club’s official channel, Red Neighbours has invited 50 people from the community to join ambassadors and contributors and enjoy the first showing.

Liverpool’s Sound is a tribute to the inimitable Anfield noise, charting the evolution of football chanting from the days when Kopites transferred their beloved Merseybeat from the top of the charts to the stadium terraces, right up to the present day.

In exploring the development of that unique songbook and the classics within the repertoire, the documentary is brought to life by those who sing them with pride, home and away.

The event forms part of Red Neighbours’ ‘memorable experiences’ month, with a legend Q&A to follow the very first screening of the unmissable film.

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Liverpool v Spartak Moscow: Ticket details

Wed, 08/11/2017 - 19:01

Liverpool FC have released the following ticket details for the Champions League meeting with Spartak Moscow at Anfield.

The Group E tie will kick off at 7.45pm GMT on Wednesday December 6.

The entire stadium will be ticketed and prices are varied depending on seat location.

Adults – £9-£59
Over 65s – £9-£44
Young adults – £9-£29.50
Juniors – £9 (within the advertised family sections)

For a full breakdown of the pricing structure for this game, please click here.

Official LFC hospitality

Please call 0151 264 2222 for details, or buy online.

Official ticket and hotel breaks

For availability and prices, click here or call 01733 224834. Thomas Cook Sport terms and conditions apply.

Match breaks are sold on a match-by-match basis; therefore, tickets purchased via the match breaks will not qualify for ticket priority in future rounds of the competition.

Information for supporters enrolled into the Auto Cup Scheme

The processing of payments for season ticket holders and Members registered in the Auto Cup Scheme has now ended. Click here for specific details including stadium access, prices and what to do if your payment has failed.

Disabled supporters

Click here for details.

All other supporters

The below sales will take place online only.

Priority rights holders: from 9.15am on Monday November 13

For full details on eligibility, please click here.

Tickets will then be available based on attendance at Maribor (November 1, 2017) and Sevilla (September 13, 2017) with sales taking place in the following order, subject to availability on a first come, first served basis.

Season ticket holders who attended both games: from 1pm on Monday November 13.

Due to the bulk Members’ Sale taking place for fixtures played in the second half of the season, ticket sales for the Spartak Moscow fixture will be suspended from 6.30am on Tuesday November 14 and resume on 8.15am on Friday November 17, as follows.

Members who attended both games: from 8.15am on Friday November 17.

Fan card holders who attended both games: from 9.15am on Thursday November 23.

Season ticket holders who attended one game: from 1pm on Thursday November 23.

Members who attended one game: from 8.15am on Friday November 24.

Fan card holders who attended one game: from 1pm on Friday November 24.

Local general sale: from 8.15am on Thursday November 30.

Should there be any tickets remaining, or if tickets are returned following the above sales, the club will make a further announcement. Supporters should check here for any sale updates.

The club reserves the right to change any sale to a controlled sale if given advice from the police or other relevant authorities.

For stadium access information, click here.

For general information, click here.

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Holocaust Educational Trust visits the Academy

Wed, 08/11/2017 - 16:00

The Holocaust Educational Trust paid a special visit to the Academy this week as Holocaust survivor Zigi Shipper BEM delivered a talk to Liverpool's U14, U15 and U18 squads.

Founded in 1988, the Holocaust Educational Trust aims to raise awareness and understanding about the Holocaust in schools and among the general public. 

Mr Shipper shared his own experiences and took questions from the youngsters before being presented with a personalised LFC shirt.

Liverpool U18s captain Liam Coyle said: "It was a real privilege for the lads to be able to listen to Zigi’s story to gain a better understanding of the traumatic experiences that he and the other millions of people impacted by the Holocaust went through. 

“We would like to thank Zigi for visiting the Academy to share his experiences and hope to welcome him back to Kirkby in the near future.”

Karen Pollock MBE, chief executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust, said: “We are delighted to be working with Liverpool Football Club to give their Academy teams the opportunity to hear from a Holocaust survivor.

“Zigi Shipper’s incredible story will hopefully be something that will always stay with them as they embark on their careers, and an educational lesson they will never forget.”

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LFC 247s on sale in limited numbers - get yours now

Wed, 08/11/2017 - 15:30

The hugely popular New Balance LFC 247 trainers are back in stock – but with a limited quantity available, don't delay in grabbing your pair now!

Having sold out in a matter of hours upon its initial release earlier this year, the 125th anniversary-themed footwear is on sale once again online and at official club stores.

The trainers, as worn by Reds manager Jürgen Klopp below, are available in adult and kids sizes.

So, make sure you don’t miss out – click here to order a pair right now.

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