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Daily Telegraph - Fri Mar 9 6:23 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Roberto Firmino says Liverpool will be happy to draw another Premier League team in the Champions League as he backed the club's fearless approach to take them further in the competition. Liverpool reached the last eight for the first since 2009 with a and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri Mar 9 12:59 PM
Telegraph.co.uk A seven-year-old Liverpool fan who donated his pocket money to a foodbank was handsomely rewarded when Andy Robertson sent him a letter and signed Roberto Firmino shirt. Young supporter Alfie Radford was on on his way watch Liverpool play Porto in the and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri Mar 9 6:47 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Liverpool have called on football's governing bodies to take 'robust' action against discrimination after an investigation into allegations of racism against one of their young players was dropped by Uefa. Europe's governing body said they could not and more »
Daily Telegraph - Thu Mar 8 11:08 AM
Telegraph.co.uk It has been nine years since Liverpool reached the last eight of the Champions League and, at a time when a memorable decade for the club in Europe was coming to a close, the road back under four managers has been a long one. Jurgen Klopp's side have and more »
Daily Telegraph - Thu Mar 8 8:36 AM
Telegraph.co.uk The average is three. Sometimes you might wait until number five. This is not just the number of goals in each Liverpool game in 2018 – a feat there was no compulsion to match in this pedestrian second leg – but the number of questions in an Anfield and more »
Daily Telegraph - Wed Mar 7 6:44 AM
Telegraph.co.uk They tried to offer a convincing argument for why Porto can achieve the seemingly impossible, with Klopp at times trying to persuade a cynical audience his side's performance in Portugal was not as dominant as the score (and the naked eye) suggested
Daily Telegraph - Wed Mar 7 6:44 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Jürgen Klopp says Liverpool made a mistake in rushing Adam Lallana's return from injury earlier this season as the midfielder prepares for his latest comeback in the Champions League on Tuesday night. Lallana has been restricted to two starts and 10 and more »
Daily Telegraph - Wed Mar 7 2:33 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Liverpool is hoping the success of its display of China's ancient Terracotta Warriors will act as a springboard for the city to welcome more visitors than ever before. The World Museum, where the exhibition China's First Emperor includes figures from
Daily Telegraph - Tue Mar 6 2:27 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Jurgen Klopp will select a strong Liverpool side for Porto's visit in the Champions League even though they he could rest players for Saturday's trip to Manchester United. The Reds have the luxury of a 5-0 lead ahead of Tuesday's fixture following and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon Mar 5 6:28 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Jurgen Klopp believes Andy Robertson would be the “smart choice” to become the next Scotland captain following the international retirement of Celtic's Scott Brown. Robertson is only 23, but the Liverpool manager believes he has seen enough to suggest and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sun Mar 4 3:56 AM
Telegraph.co.uk The Brazilian still has two years left on his existing deal, but such is his contribution Klopp and owners Fenway Sports Group want the 26-year-old to commit for the prime of his career. “It is very important for both sides. I think everything we are and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat Mar 3 10:18 PM
Telegraph.co.uk One of the saddest moments of my career came towards the end of the 2003-04 season at Liverpool. I recall playing at Anfield amid an air of apathy as Gerard Houllier's reign came to an end. Over the course of two years Houllier lost the trust of the
Daily Telegraph - Sat Mar 3 1:57 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Two of Liverpool Football Club's youth players are under investigation allegedly for sexually harassing female teachers and young girls at the school they attend. Rainhill High School in Merseyside has launched an inquiry into both rising stars of the and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat Mar 3 4:24 AM
Telegraph.co.uk The history of “capitals of culture” reads a bit like a short story by the great Argentine novelist Jorge Luis Borges. It started in 1851 with the Great Exhibition, when the cultures of the world convened in London. A hundred years later, the Festival