The Redmen TV
It seems like the Kop has finally descended into parody. The latest ditty in the Liverpool songbook goes: “The Reds have got no money, but we’ll still win the league.”It will be booming out of the away end this evening when Jurgen Klopp’s team take on Brentford at the Brentford Community Stadium. The home supporters might raise an eyebrow, considering Anfield has the second highest wage bill in the Premier League. The majority of the football world would kill to be as skint as Liverpool.The chant is not quite what it seems. It is a sideswipe at the small,...
Barcelona tried to strike a January deal with Liverpool, according to reports. Jurgen Klopp said no to the idea, however. This comes from Catalonian outlet El Nacional. They claim that Barcelona had a deal in mind for Liverpool this January. Barcelona hoped to send Philippe Coutinho back to Anfield on...
Brentford hold Liverpool to draw in six-goal thriller as Mohamed Salah scores 100th Premier League goal
This was as good as football can possibly get. Times change, decades roll on, but some things are worth waiting over 70 years for, not least this fabulous first league encounter between Brentford and Liverpool since May 1947. One of the great teams of Europe visited the self-styled “bus stop in Hounslow” and it was hard to tell just who was who. Both Brentford and Liverpool scored three goals, but both could have had another three in one of the great Premier League games.
Mohamed Salah wrote himself even further into Liverpool’s record books vs Brentford on Saturday. The Egyptian is truly something special. Mohamed Salah is already in the Liverpool record books, of course. He’s been scoring at a ridiculous rate every since arriving at Anfield for £34m and is one of the greatest we’ve ever seen.
When Liverpool take on Brentford in the Premier League this weekend, a lot of eyes will be on the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Ivan Toney. What a lot of people will have forgotten though, was that Bees’ winger turned wing-back Sergi Canos started his journey in English football at Anfield, and he will be more than ready for his first competitive match against the club that introduced him.
Follow live coverage as Liverpool travel to Brentford in the Premier League tonight. Jurgen Klopp’s side have the chance to go clear at the top after Chelsea and Manchester United were both beaten earlier on Saturday but won’t have it easy against Thomas Frank’s side who have hit the ground running in the English top flight for the first time.
Following the comments of Ragnar Klavan over an argument that Jurgen Klopp once had with James Milner, the Liverpool boss has cleared things up about the story that the defender told. Klavan originally stated: “Klopp and James Milner almost started a physical fight. It was the period when there was...
Liverpool are set to cement Anfield as “one of the best stadiums in the world” after announcing plans to expand the capacity to over 61,000. Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Premier League striker insisted the “brilliant” development would be “fantastic” for supporters. Liverpool confirmed on Wednesday (22nd September)...
Liverpool defender Ibou Konate recently made his official debut for the club, starring in the 3-0 win over Norwich City in the EFL Cup. The young Frenchman has only been exposed to the way of life in the city for a few months, so hasn’t picked up much of the local lingo.
Jurgen Klopp hit out at “nasty” Brentford on the pitch but admitted he was impressed with how the club operates off of it. Liverpool travelled to the Brentford Community Stadium to face the Bees on Saturday evening, drawing 3-3. In a thrilling contest, Yoane Wissa netted an equaliser. But before...
Liverpool made an attempt for Chelsea striker Timo Werner before his departure from RB Leipzig, it has been alleged. Werner turned down an early move to Liverpool 'to push for a move to Bayern Munich', evidence submitted as part of a lawsuit in Germany alleges. The German international was heavily...
Ahead of the game against Brentford, the Liverpool front three was on fire during training. All three of them showcased their fine finishing skills, which you can see in the clip at the bottom of this article. The finishes come as no real shock, in truth. We know just how capable Diogo Jota, Mohamed Salah, and Sadio Mane are, and so does everyone within the Liverpool camp.
It seems like the Kop has finally descended into parody. The latest ditty in the Liverpool songbook goes: “The Reds have got no money, but we’ll still win the league.”. It will be booming out of the away end this evening when Jurgen Klopp’s team take on Brentford at the Brentford Community Stadium. The home supporters might raise an eyebrow, considering Anfield has the second highest wage bill in the Premier League. The majority of the football world would kill to be as skint as Liverpool.
We all know that Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson can assist goals, but, in training this week, they showcased their goalscoring ability. Alexander-Arnold produced the cheekiest of dinks over the sat down Adrian, whilst Robertson unleashed an unstoppable, curling effort into the top corner. If the duo are on similar...
Fabio Aurelio’s incredible free-kick against Manchester United, at Old Trafford no less, was one to remember, as Liverpool soared to a stunning 4-1 victory. The Reds tore their rivals apart in sensational fashion, and Aurelio was a big part of that, with his aforementioned free-kick. Of course, if you cast...
SMS Message: A WC every 2 years is better for players - with the 4 year system, a player could just miss their national first team for one, miss the next with injury and be past their best by the next one. 2 year tournaments are far more inclusive. from Jamey, North Yorks.
It is a "good moment" to consider bringing in safe standing at stadiums, says Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. Premier League and Championship clubs can apply to pilot safe standing areas from January 2022. Standing in English football's top two divisions was outlawed after the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, which led to...
Manchester City could hardly have been handed a tougher week than the one facing them - starting with Saturday's Premier League showdown against Chelsea. Over the course of eight days, Pep Guardiola's side face successive away games against three of the top teams in world football, with PSG and Liverpool up next after the visit to Stamford Bridge.
This Is Anfield
Chaotic was the word to define Liverpool‘s 3-3 draw with Brentford with sloppy defending and missed chances making for a frustrating point after twice relinquishing the lead. Brentford 3-3 Liverpool. Premier League (6), Brentford Community Stadium. September 25, 2021. Goals: Pinnock 27’, Janelt 63’, Wissa 82’; Jota 31’, Salah 54’,...