Divock Origi on his chat with Sir Kenny Dalglish in Madrid

Divock Origi on his chat with Sir Kenny Dalglish in Madrid

Liverpool forward Divock Origi returned to pre-season training at Melwood this week and was chatting about the message Sir Kenny Dalglish disclosed to him in Madrid the night The Reds won their sixth European Cup. The Belgian international striker was interviewed by Liverpoolfc.com and spoke about how The Reds' success over Spurs at the start of June will push them on in their quest for more silverware over the coming seasons. Origi also mentioned that Sir Kenny had a little …
Sadio Mané's goal at Fulham meant 36-year-old Rush and Dalglish achievement was equalled

Sadio Mané's goal at Fulham meant 36-year-old Rush and Dalglish achievement was equalled

Sadio Mané's opening goal in Liverpool's 2-1 win at Fulham last Sunday meant that he and Mohamed Salah had managed to achieve something last managed by club legends Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush, 36 years ago! As reported in Liverpoolfc.com, Salah and Mané became the first pair of Reds forwards to both reach at least 20 goals each in all competitions for two seasons in a row since 1983. Last season, Mané scored 20 goals as Liverpool finished fourth in …
The Team That Was - Liverpool 1989/90

The Team That Was - Liverpool 1989/90

I was lucky enough to grow up in an era where Liverpool won an array of trophies on a regular basis. If we didn’t win the league one season, you could bank on us winning it the next; such was our dominance. Sadly, these trophies dried up to largely become few and far between. In the case of the league title, it completely evaporated. As rival fans like to shove down our throats, Liverpool have never won the Premier League …
Kenny Dalglish on his second spell as manager Liverpool

Kenny Dalglish on his second spell as manager Liverpool

"I was really looking forward to seeing Fernando playing with Suarez." - Kenny Dalglish, The King and AI, episode 2
Weren't we all... As an outsider to the inner machinations of the club, no matter how big of a fan you are, it's very rare to get a chance to get the full, unabridged, unaltered story. But Sir Kenny Dalglish afforded us a rare insight into those processes during his second term as Liverpool manager, and how challenges that …
An insight into elite management, with Kenny Dalglish

An insight into elite management, with Kenny Dalglish

In Anfield Index Pro's newest podcast, The King and AI, Sir Kenny Dalglish made his podcasting debut in what may be the first episode of a new series. This podcast is set up to support, fundraise, and raise awareness of the Marina Dalglish Appeal, an organisation made to aid sufferers of breast cancer, and we strongly encourage you to click on the link and support or donate if possible. You can listen to the King and AI Podcast for free with …
Klopp's Liverpool and Doing Things the Fun Way

Klopp's Liverpool and Doing Things the Fun Way

Playing the Liverpool way. It’s a fairly common trope, perhaps an oxymoron when every football club seems to have a “way” these days – there’s even a “Norwich way”, apparently. For Liverpool fans, however, identity is everything. Football is bound together by its unique fan culture, the interconnectedness of the football landscape means stories are perpetuated, and Liverpool’s story is one of decorated trophy cabinets and an envied atmosphere. Perhaps Anfield’s atmosphere hasn’t lived up to its hype recently. But …
Being a Liverpool Supporter - The Anxiety is Real

Being a Liverpool Supporter - The Anxiety is Real

It's been 6 years since Liverpool last won a trophy, the League Cup under Kenny Dalglish in the 2011-12 season. And the previous trophy to that was the FA Cup in 2006. And it feels like approximately 408 years since we last won the league. So it's fair to say that Liverpool fans have been through some tough seasons in recent times. Unfortunately, this has led to some serious negativity amongst the fanbase. There is no doubt that success breeds …
The Return of Roy - Crystal Palace v Liverpool

The Return of Roy - Crystal Palace v Liverpool

Come the summer of 2010 I’d had enough of Liverpool Football Club. Before you reach for your fiery torch and summon a lynch mob to my house I must offer up a defence. We’ve all had feelings like this from time to time. There is no one alive who thinks that the custodians of L4 are 100% right at all time and they, like anyone, are capable of instigating an over-powering sense of frustration, but in 2010 it was more …
Kenny Dalglish: The Greatest

Kenny Dalglish: The Greatest

"It was a privilege to even go there and play. It was a privilege to win. The way I looked at it, the club were doing me a favour. Not the other way round." He’ll always be the greatest. No one really comes close. Liverpool have been spoilt when it comes to heroes. Players like Yeats, St John, Hunt, Hughes, Kennedy, Keegan, Toshack, Rush, Souness, Barnes and Gerrard would have statues built for them had they played for anyone else, …
Liverpool's Transfer Committees, Sporting Directors and the need to Step Up

Liverpool's Transfer Committees, Sporting Directors and the need to Step Up

Since FSG have come into the club, transfers have been a mixed bag. There have been some resounding successes in the likes of Sturridge, Coutinho, Mane and Salah. There have also been some real flops like Lovren, Lambert, Balotelli and others. Michael Edwards has had to play a big role in all of this. Edwards arrived as Head of Performance and Analysis and, more recently, worked with Brendan Rodgers as part of the now infamous Transfer Committee. This was one …
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