Liverpool's Best Transfer Window: 1987 or 1999?

Liverpool's Best Transfer Window: 1987 or 1999?

If, like me, you are somewhat fatigued by the daily transfer window saga being played out across all platforms of media and need to take a step back from it all, here's something I hope will help. To escape the whole shenanigans and rollercoaster of arguments, discussions and debate as to whether or not Liverpool will have a successful summer of transfer business, I've took a step back in time to two of Liverpool’s best ever transfer windows. And yes, …
Memorable Merseyside Derbies

Memorable Merseyside Derbies

This weekend’s Merseyside derby is arguably the biggest in years and certainly its outcome could carry particular significance for Brendan Rodgers and his future as Liverpool manager. So, in a break from all the pressure and speculation surrounding the current position of the club, I decided to take a nostalgic look back some of my personal favourite Merseyside derbies. FA Cup Final 1986, Wembley This will always be a special game to me for many reasons, not only was it …
Heroes of our Past: Peter Beardsley

Heroes of our Past: Peter Beardsley

It was the World Cup in Mexico 1986, I was at home watching on tv, I believe it was England v Poland and my attention was taken by this awkward looking guy up front; I was mesmerised by him, dribbling past opponents and picking out the passes. I wanted to know his name and who he played for. Of course, it was Peter Beardsley and although I was mad on Liverpool, I kept looking out for this guy from Newcastle …
A Celebration of the Ninety Six

A Celebration of the Ninety Six

Last Monday fans and first team players at a sold out Anfield were treated to a thoroughly entertaining encounter between a team of Local Legends and a team of International Legends. I was lucky enough to be invited into the Press Box for the game and also took over the Anfield Index Twitter account for the game. Walking up to the ground before kick off you could sense a certain buzz around Anfield with everyone in attendance in high spirits …
Match Report: Liverpool's Legends

Match Report: Liverpool's Legends

A packed Anfield was treated to an entertaining afternoon as the Liverpool Local Legends took on the International Legends in an encounter which ended 2-2, with the goals coming via a brace from Robbie Fowler, a Michael Thomas own goal, and Bruno Cheyrou. It was very much a game of two halves as Kenny Dalglish's Local Legends had the majority of the chances in the first 45 minutes, with the first coming to Robbie Fowler, who tried to find Sander …