Liverpool v Roma: Events You May Want to Attend

Coming to Boston for the LFC v Roma game? Here is what LFC Boston are up to during that time.

***If you are looking to buy, sell, or exchange tickets, click here.***

Tuesday July 22nd

  • Meet fellow LFC fans at our official fan bars: the official home of LFC Boston, the Phoenix Landing and Arc. (NOTE: Arc was formerly called An Tua Nua)
  • Other pubs such as the The FieldLansdowne Pub, and GameOn will also be good places to meet if the Phoenix Landing and Arc are full.

Fan Event

  • With LFC Legends Ian Rush & Robbie Fowler including Q&A, Music, Entertainment, Giveaways & more.
  • Doors: 7pm.  Start: 8pm till late. Venue: GameOn.
  • Open access to all – Just turn up! (NOTE: Venue capacity is 600 patrons)
  • NOTE: This is not an LFC Boston event. It’s a Liverpool FC event. LFC Boston are purely facilitating flow of information on behalf of LFC.
  • After the event we will head back to Arc bar and the Phoenix Landing.

Continue reading

Man United 0-3 Liverpool – Rodgers Can Make Reds Reign Again

Picture courtesy of liverpoolfc.com

By Jonathan Carroll

Realistic expectations for this current Liverpool squad were a top four finish at the start of the season. Some television pundits thought even that was a bridge too far. There have been many questions arising over the course of the season in relation to how Liverpool would fare. Brendan Rodgers has without question, been learning on the job (see Southampton at home). What is clear however is that he has a philosophy and an adaptability with a squad of players whom he had no hand in purchasing. His coaching ability is there for all to see and this Liverpool team are gaining momentum at just the right time. Continue reading

Firm Financial Footing – At What Cost?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/delpiero/8259636057/sizes/o/in/photolist-dzSN3e-dzSUf4-dzSMPg-dzSFBZ-dzYews-dzSNgz-dzSTMH-dzYcRm-dzYj23-dzSR6D-dzSHmz-dzYfBw-dzSRXk-dzYic3-dzSUuk-dzSUHP-dzYmCC-dzSJbT-dzYfmu-dzYhyq-dzSJZD-dzYePS-dzST2p-dzYk4E-dzYkCL-dzSGai-dzSKVM-dzSSLc-dzYdGb-dzSKBR-dzYfT1-dzYamA-dzYoxW-dzYcey-dzSStV-dzSQhP-dzY8Vj-dzSU2F-dzYjh5-dzYd7m-dzSRq4-dzYh2h-dzY9do-dzYbuG-dzYoiW-dzSNRM-dzYmSG-dzSLLc-dzSQ28-dzYbZd-bPoyza/

Via Flickr from Alex Jilitsky

By Jim Kostecki

“The transfer policy was not about cutting costs. It was – and will be in the future – about getting maximum value for what is spent so that we can build quality and depth…The ethos is to win. We will invest to succeed. But we will not mortgage the future with risky spending.”

Continue reading

Red Sox CEO Lucchino says Henry and Werner’s biggest concern is baseball success

By Kevin Koczwara

Larry Lucchino is the president and CEO of the Boston Red Sox, and he’s part of the ownership group that makes up The Fenway Sports Group, which owns not only the Red Sox but also Liverpool FC, Roush Racing and NESN. Lucchino has never wavered from his support of the Red Sox or his love of baseball. He hasn’t had too much to say in regards to the ownership groups other properties, namely Liverpool. He’s always been front and center with all of the ownership team’s baseball operations, so when he came out today and told Boston.com readers that the Red Sox were front and center for principal owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner it was of little surprise in Boston.

But it could be read the wrong way with Liverpool sitting mid-table in the Premier League and its manager struggling with a thin squad.

Continue reading

An Open Letter to Liverpool Owner John Henry

By Bill Farnham

Editor’s Note: This post is in response to the letter John Henry published to the fans on Sept. 3, 2012.

“Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.”

I’ve been here before, and you probably have as well. The anticipation of a new season and the hopes and dreams that come with opening day have been replaced by cold, hard reality: Liverpool will not achieve as much as hoped for, or finish as highly as anticipated. This doesn’t mean I will stop cheering or care any less, but there is a bit of sadness in having to rein in my expectations for the team a mere five games into the season.
Here’s the frightening part: if I changed Liverpool to Boston and five games to 24 (15 percent of a Major League Baseball season), the statement would still hold true, which brings me to the topic of Fenway Sports Group, the owners of both the Liverpool FC and the Boston Red Sox. FSG are poised, rather precariously, at the start of what will be their defining period as owners of the glorious institution that is Liverpool FC.

Continue reading

Kenny Dalglish parts company with Liverpool Football Club

By Tim Treacy

Kenny Dalglish has left Liverpool Football Club after just 16 months in charge by having his contract terminated by LFC.

Dalglish’s departure follows hot on the heels of the departures of Damien Camoli and former Head of Communications for Liverpool FC, Ian Cotton. Liverpool football club now has three major positions to fill this summer but foremost on fans minds will be the question of just who will become the new Liverpool manager. Continue reading