Champions League Draw Gives Reds a Little of Everything

The potential outcomes for the Champions League group stage draw were as varied as the starting lineups of Rafa Benitez. Reds across the world seemed split about what they wanted from the world’s most elite club competition. Some supporters dreamed of facing European giants while others were content with fishing for Europe’s minnows.

In Monaco on Thursday, Liverpool drew a bit of everything, which should suit them just fine.

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Liverpool to Play Dortmund in Preseason Friendly

By Kevin Koczwara

Liverpool will host Jurgen Klopp and Borussia Dortmund on August 10 at Anfield in an exhibition match right before the start both teams’ seasons.

The last time Liverpool played Dortmund was 13 years ago in the Champions League. They have played each other only six times in their clubs’ respected histories.

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Ian Ayre Promoted to Liverpool CEO

By Kevin Koczwara

Ian Ayre has his fair of critics (including this writer), but he has been a guiding force for Liverpool’s financial side since being named the club’s Commercial Director in 2007 and then Managing Director in 2011. He’s help broker some of the biggest sponsorship deals in the club’s history and moved it into the 21st century on the business side.

Now, Fenway Sports Group is rewarding Ayre with another promotion. He has reportedly been named CEO of Liverpool FC.

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Liverpool v Manchester United: More Moyes misery, please

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Photo courtesy of liverpoolfc.com

By Séamus Leonard

So far, so good. With a maximum six points from its two Premier League games to date, Liverpool is enjoying its best start to a season since the 2008/09 when Rafa Benitez’s charges came within four points of ending the club’s two-decade wait for a 19th top-flight title. Continue reading

Roller coaster summer makes Anfield faithful yearn for kickoff

By Christopher Boulay

The summer of 2013 has been one of much stress for the average Liverpool supporter. With the uncertainty brought during these turbulent times, there may be several people wearing red tops while rocking back and forth in the dusty corner of their bedroom.

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European hopes on the line again: Liverpool v West Ham United

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Photo courtesy of liverpoolfc.com

By Séamus Leonard

With seven games to go in the English Premier League, Liverpool’s hopes of European football next season depend as much on the results of the teams around them as on Brendan Rodgers’ side’s own fortunes. Continue reading

Liverpool complete Sturridge transfer

By John Dutton

The news Liverpool fans everywhere expected was confirmed this morning with the signing of Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea. According to The Guardian, the clubs completed the English forward’s transfer for a fee of approximately £12 million ($19.5 million).

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