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Vote for us in this year’s Football Blogging Awards

Don't forget that this year's nominations for the Football Blogging Awards are still open! If you're voting, please consider us at LFC Transfer Room for Best Women's Football Content Creator and Best Established Content Creator. The Football Blogging Awards are an annual awards ceremony that recognise and support hardworking bloggers and influencers. This year we

Four US youngsters not named Pulisic LFC should sign

With the United States co-hosting the 2026 World Cup, The Transfer Room's @redphoenixSD looks at four of America's brightest starlets and whether Fenway Sports Group might look to bring them to Liverpool. The USA Men’s National Team is an enigma in the world of international football even with the recent rise of

Firmino winner sees Liverpool top ‘Group of Death’

A late Bobby Firmino winner seals the three points for Liverpool as they top the Champions League “Group of Death” on Day 1. http://gty.im/1035673462 The Brazilian came on a second-half substitute for Daniel Sturridge and made his mark shortly after. With the game tied at 2-2 in stoppage time, the Reds were awarded

Liverpool the team to fear in UCL ‘Group Of Death’

With a perfect five wins from five league matches to their name, Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool will now shift their focus toward the competition that solidified their position amongst Europe's elite last season: the UEFA Champions League and its "Group of Death". LFC Transfer Room's Jacob Ashton (@RobertsonRole) takes a quick look

Liverpool’s Number 6 Conundrum

Over the years Liverpool have lacked a "real" Number 6 to complete a proper spine in their formations. With the addition of Fabinho Tavares from Monaco, @FalseFirmino looks at why Jurgen Klopp finally has the pieces to address that problem. It doesn't seem long ago that supporters were crying out for

Four advantages Liverpool have in their title chase

After one of the strongest and most expensive transfer windows in Liverpool Football Club history, Reds fans will be looking to build on a 2017-2018 season and seriously challenge in the Premier League title chase. There are several reasons to believe that Liverpool could put in a serious title challenge this year, hopefully putting an

Joe Gomez and the second debut

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Liverpool kick off their Premier League campaign at Anfield against West Ham this Sunday at 1:30 GMT. In what promises to be an exciting Premier League campaign, Liverpool fans will be licking their lips at the thought of seeing Alisson Becker, Fabinho, Naby Keita and possibly even Xherdan Shaqiri making their

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