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The emergence of homegrown Reds talent Missy Bo-Kearns

Making her senior debut against Chelsea Women in the FA WSL, forward Missy Bo-Kearns has started making waves. The 17-year-old has been with Liverpool FC since she was just eight-years-old. Here's what you need to know about the Reds' up-and-coming homegrown talent:  A new home-grown talent emerges As fans started to arrive at Prenton

Match Preview: Liverpool Women v Blackburn Rovers LFC

Liverpool Women will face Blackburn Rovers LFC at Bamber Bridge FC in Preston this evening at 7:45pm, as announced by the official club twitter mid-week. With the next competitive game against Arsenal in Boreham Wood not due until 9 September, it's important Liverpool Women get some more game time in the tank. Blackburn

Positives to take from the 1-0 defeat to Manchester United

Sunday night’s Continental Cup clash saw the re-established Manchester United women gained a hard-fought 1-0 win. They celebrated a decade-long absence against the rebranded Liverpool Women’s team. Despite the loss, there were plenty of positives to take away by manager Neil Redferns players. The 2pm kick-off at Prenton Park, unfortunately, left the vital

Adrien Rabiot – A Prospectus

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Recent reports linking Liverpool to a pre-contract move for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot were promptly squashed this week -- but that doesn't mean we can't dream, right? LFC Transfer Room's Drew Diamond (@DrewDiamondLtd) takes a look at the coveted Frenchman's contract situation, style of play, and what he could

Fabinho: What To Expect

Fabinho Henrique Tavares went from fresh transfer rumour to the Melwood lean in less than two hours. Not a bad start at all to his Liverpool career - lifting the spirits of the entire Liverpool fanbase after the disappointment of the Champions League final over the weekend. http://gty.im/963368220 What else can we

Where does the future lie for Danny Ward?

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In 2012, then Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish signed off on the £100.000 signing of young Welsh ‘keeper Danny Ward. The move came as a surprise to fans, as up until that point his career, the Wrexham Academy product had made just one senior appearance and conceded three goals during a loan move

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