A number of Liverpool supporters have been expressing their happiness at the news that work on the Anfield Road Stand expansion will soon get underway. The Reds continue to impress on the pitch this season, with Jurgen Klopp’s men winning 3-0 at Norwich City on Tuesday night.
Liverpool will formally start work next week on a project to increase the capacity of their Anfield home to more than 61,000. The expansion, which was granted planning permission in June and has been undergoing enabling works throughout the off-season, is looking to add 7,000 seats to the Anfield Road Stand and is expected to be completed in time for the 2023-24 campaign.
LFC fans welcome “pretty perfect night” as kids show the “future looks bright” A much-changed Liverpool side cruised to victory over Norwich in the League Cup on a night where three teenagers made their debut to seal the Reds’ place in the fourth round. Norwich 0-3 Liverpool
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Liverpool FC has been in touch with Steve Rizzotti after the "absolute nightmare" over tickets A disabled season ticket holder was left disgusted after claiming a steward wouldn't let him into Liverpool FC's opening home game of the season with his carers. Steve Rizzotti, 52, claims a series of "cock ups" involving Liverpool's new ticketing system and website meant he missed his first home Champion's League game ever and nearly the first home game of the season.
Kaide Gordon more than caught the eye during his spell with the first team in pre-season and he has assistant manager Pepijn Lijnders speaking glowingly of his talent. The 16-year-old only arrived at Liverpool in January but had a long list of admirers that spoke volumes of the talent he possesses.
Sadio Mane has not always had the end product so far this season but Jurgen Klopp knows the important thing is that he is creating the chances and opportunities. Liverpool‘s No. 10 has two goals to his name from five appearances, a tally many feel should be greater considering his opportunities in front of goal.
The feeling of “special European nights” returning at Anfield was not lost on the players as they dished up some drama for the fans before delivering against AC Milan. The stage was 554 days in the making from one capacity Champions League night at Anfield to the next and Jurgen Klopp‘s men were on hand to tick every emotion in the book.
Liverpool midfielder Harvey Elliott is expected to play again this season after undergoing successful surgery on a fracture dislocation of his left ankle. The 18-year-old was carried off in Sunday's 3-0 win at Elland Road with an injury which left some of his team-mates visibly distressed following a tackle which saw Pascal Struijk sent off – a dismissal Leeds are appealing against.
The LFC fan was in a state of panic and screamed for help An LFC supporter spoke of his 'panic' when he woke up paralysed one morning. Dad-of-two Darren Wycherley, 55, said he was in 'a state of panic' as he shouted for help upon realising he couldn't move his body.
Baby Ted won his older brother £80 after predicting that Liverpool would beat Leeds by the correct score A family was left 'quids in' after their four-day-old baby son correctly predicted the score line for the Liverpool vs Leeds game on Sunday. Victoria Welsh's partner Rachael only gave birth to baby Ted last Wednesday, September 8.
The Liverpool Football Club player will undergo surgery in the coming days after suffering a dislocated ankle in Liverpool's 3-0 win against Leeds on Sunday. Liverpool player Harvey Elliott has given his shirt and one of his boots to a boy in the hospital bed next to him after both were injured on the weekend.