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Can FSG Come Back From This?

The debacle over the failed Super League experiment raises questions about Liverpool’s ownership.

UEFA, Slavia Prague, and a Culture of Racism

In the wake of the latest allegations of racism surrounding Slavia Prague, we look at the last allegation of racism and Slavia Prague.

Life, Death, and Football

Reflections on football, loss, and what it all means as the pandemic enters its second year.

The Emotional Rollercoaster That Is The 2020/21 Season

Football should be a welcome distraction from daily life, but this distraction has come with its own frustrations.

Divock Origi Is Not A Vampire, He’s Roger Rabbit

I have a new Grand Unified Theory of Divock Origi I’d like to share with you, dear reader.

Milner Sends Message to Blackpool Boy Running for Charity

The Liverpool midfielder sent words of encouragement and a gift to the 9-year-old who’s been dubbed "Mini-Milner" because of his determination.

We Are The Liverpool Offside: This Means More

TLO is so much more than a football blog to me, and I received a reminder of that this evening.

Bidding Adieu to Gérard Houllier

We remember the man who forged a path for Liverpool FC in the modern era.

A Look Back: When Mo Salah Became Liverpool’s Main Man Against Leicester City

In December 2017, a star was on the way out the door, but Mohamed Salah was ready to step up. And boy, did he deliver.

Are You A Self-Motivated Team Player With Defending Experience?

Send in your CV and Cover Letter to Michael Edwards today!

September Review: Liverpool Deftly Navigate a Difficult Start to the Season

A look back at Liverpool’s perfect September and a preview of the games to come in October

Thomas Gronnemark and the Benefits of Being an Outsider

In an exclusive interview with TLO, Liverpool’s throw-in coach highlighted an important distinction that sets him apart.

Three Questions: Liverpool vs Arsenal

We sat down for a chat with our friends from The Short Fuse ahead of Saturday’s Community Shield.

A Title Worth The Wait: A Personal Tale of Supporting the Reds

It has been an adventure supporting Liverpool over the last year, in more ways than one.

Vegans Rejoice! Liverpool Have a New Sustainable Protein Partner

Liverpool are teaming up with the UK-based meat-free food provider Quorn for more vegan and vegetarian options around the club.

The Authoritative Guide to Liverpool Players As Clash Songs

What do punk rock icons The Clash have to say about current and former Liverpool players?

Springtime for Bundesliga and Germany

Winter for England and France.

The Comprehensive Guide to Liverpool Players as Dog Breeds

If Liverpool players were types of dogs these are the dogs they would be.

A Look Back at Liverpool’s Best Home Kit From Each Supplier

Now that we’ve seen the leaks of Nike’s first ever offering as Liverpool’s kit maker, we look back at the best from Umbro, Reebok, Adidas, Warrior, and New Balance.

Happy 60th Birthday, Rafa Benitez!

The former Liverpool boss reaches a milestone birthday today, so let’s take a few moments to honor the great man.

Ask The Liverpool Offside: Liverpool’s Most Successful Single Appearance Player

There’s no football and we’re bored and self-isolating, so we’re going to try to answer some of your questions.

February Falters As Liverpool March Into Spring

The end of winter also coincided with the end of Liverpool’s league unbeaten run.

The Reds Just Got A Little Bit Greener With New Sustainability Partner

The next step in Liverpool’s "Reds Going Green" initiative is a partnership with Australian firm Iugis, which will process food waste at Anfield.

Liverpool Close Out a Nearly Perfect January and Charge Into February

January saw Liverpool get five clean sheets and a commanding lead atop the Premier League table

Liverpool Pass Tough December Test But Face Everton and Manchester United in January

The Reds lengthened their lead in the PL, brought home the CWC, but bombed out of the Carabao Cup in December.

The Legend of Divock Origi: A Retrospective on THAT Goal Against Everton

We didn’t know it at the time, but that goal reinvigorated Origi’s Liverpool career, and forever made him a cult legend.

Liverpool’s Nearly Perfect November Makes Way For Chaotic December

Reds buckle in for an historically busy December.

David Duckenfield Found Not Guilty of Hillsborough Manslaughter Charges

The retrial of former South Yorkshire police chief Duckenfield

Wijnaldum On Racist Abuse: I Would Walk Off The Pitch, Even In A Final

Gini took to CNN International in order to air his strong views about racism in today’s game.

Reds Prepare For High Stakes November Fixtures

Liverpool continued their winning ways in October, but face a tough test against Manchester City in November.

Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool’s Extremely Consistent Disciplinary Record

Since Klopp’s arrival, Liverpool consistently lead the Premier League in fair play.

Liverpool’s Less-Than-Stellar History in the Club World Cup

Despite Liverpool’s repeated conquering (all) of Europe, the title of World Champions still eludes them.