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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


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. 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