After a summer spent wondering whether Luis Suarez would remain a Liverpool player and then getting sick of hearing about the saga, Liverpool will finally kick a ball in anger again when Stoke City arrives at Anfield to open the 2013/14 Premier League season. Continue reading →
Liverpool recently landed in Boston to hang out at its tour headquarters, and a large group has already set up camp to prepare for the first of three matches. While the majority have arrived in Boston, some stragglers – including most of the players who participated in Euros – will be joining up later in the week. Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know for the club on the pitch for the tour.
Club soccer is ruled by money. Manchester City looks like it’s on its way to buying a title after opening up it’s rich (super-duper rich) owner’s pockets during the last few transfer markets. Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanski outlined in their book “Soccernomics” how money influences the trophy cabinet.
The Liverpool and Manchester United rivalry is the biggest rivalry for both clubs. The importance of these fixtures to both sets of supporters has long overtaken the local rivalries — the Merseyside and Manchester derbies. This rivalry dates back to a reserve team game in Glasgow and came to light during this week following Manchester United’s draw against Benfica. How does it all come together?