Norwich City v Liverpool: We Go Again

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Photo courtesy of liverpoolfc.com

By Séamus Leonard

Having overcome Manchester City last weekend, Liverpool has the destiny of this season’s Premier League table in its own hands with just four games remaining. The 3-2 victory over the Citizens came at a cost, however, with Jordan Henderson’s red card ruling him out for three games and Daniel Sturridge doubtful after sustaining a hamstring injury. Continue reading

Liverpool 3-2 Man City – Fortune Favors the Brave

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By Jonathan Carroll

Sundays win over Manchester City could prove to be crucial in deciding where the title ends up. It was a game that had everything. A rampaging Liverpool team that ripped City apart for the first twenty-five minutes. A comeback from the visitors that rocked the home team and truly tested their spirit and character and an amazing winner from a little Brazilian magician. It was an appropriate way to mark the ninety-six lives lost at Hillsborough. A tragedy that will be twenty-five years old on Tuesday April 15th. Continue reading

Liverpool v Manchester City: Reds Looking to Make a Perfect 10

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By Séamus Leonard

Last Sunday’s 2-1 win over West Ham United at Upton Park was yet another landmark victory for Liverpool in a season of sublime strikes, (at times) dreadful defending and staggering statistics. In one way it was just another three Premier League points gained. In another way, it was another massive hurdle jumped in this most barnstorming of campaigns. The simple fact it was Liverpool’s ninth win on the bounce illustrates how well Liverpool has been performing of late. Continue reading

Join Team LFC Boston for NSTAR’s Walk for Boston Children’s Hospital

Team LFC Boston is walking in support of NSTAR’s Walk for Boston Children’s Hospital because we want to help patients get the care they need.

Support the hospital by helping Team LFC Boston in a variety of ways:

  • join the team for a 2-mile or 7-mile walk
  • join the team as a virtual walker
  • donate to a team member

When you join the N-Star Walk, you can choose what programs you would like to sponsor within the hospital and set your own personal goal for fundraising. You can register hereWe hope you walk with us on June 8th!

Boston Children’s Hospital is ranked #1 in more specialties than any other pediatric hospital by U.S. News & World Report. Here are a few reasons why:

  • ImageThe hospital’s patient care programs provide the best, most innovative care possible.
  • Researchers regularly make amazing discoveries that change children’s lives.
  • Boston Children’s welcomes kids whose families can’t afford health care–more than any other hospital in Massachusetts.
  • Community programs makes a point of reaching out to help low-income and at-risk kids.

And the hospital doesn’t just stop there. Boston Children’s really understands the importance of training the next generation of top children’s healthcare providers.

Support the hospital by joining Team LFC Boston or making a gift to one of our team members.

West Ham 1-2 Liverpool – A Test of Character

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By Jonathan Carroll

Sunday saw the reds travel to London to take on Sam Allardyce’s West Ham. In true big Sam fashion, Brendan Rodgers will have prepared his team to face a physical onslaught with a good helping of long balls into their eighteen yard box. West Ham who are now relatively safe from relegation had nothing to lose. Liverpool on the other hand were looking to hold their nerve in a true test of character in the title race. Continue reading

West Ham United v Liverpool: Reds require six of the best

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By Séamus Leonard

With 32 Premier League games played in its 2013/14 campaign, Liverpool stands atop the table with 71 points. Manchester City and Chelsea are the only other realistic contenders for the title, with the former lying four points behind the Reds but, perhaps crucially, with two games in hand. Continue reading

Liverpool 4-0 Spurs – Reds Cruise Into Top Spot

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By Jonathan Carroll

Tim Sherwood hinted that Liverpool may be nervous about their title run in prior to Sundays game at Anfield but it was Spurs who looked out of sorts. Brendan Rodgers let his players do the talking in the form of goals from Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho, Jordan Henderson and an own goal from Younes Kaboul. Liverpool are now top of the league with six games to play. Win all six and they will be crowned champions.

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