Chinese Investment - An opportunity too good to miss for LFC?

Chinese Investment - An opportunity too good to miss for LFC?

Back in December of 2015, Manchester City announced that CFC, a Chinese group had purchased a 13% stake in MCFC for £265m. This marked the point at which Manchester City had truly become a rival to Manchester United in financial terms. How is this relevant to Liverpool? We need only cast our minds back to the end of the 1980s, where following two decades of domestic domination and European success, Liverpool's owners and the board decided against investing heavily in …
I Come To Raise An Eyebrow at FSG, Not To Praise Them

I Come To Raise An Eyebrow at FSG, Not To Praise Them

You know when you’re at a party or in a pub and your mates start talking enthusiastically about a mutual friend? About how funny he/she is etc. or how wise maybe, but you can’t help but feel that, when it comes to it, they’re not all that? Well, that was my Wednesday night. Following the club statement, signed by John Henry, Tom Werner and Mike Gordon, Twitter has been awash with love and respect for FSG. Climbing down and apologising …
Liverpool FC Match Day Ticket Infographic - All You Need To Know

Liverpool FC Match Day Ticket Infographic - All You Need To Know

Are you a member at Liverpool Football Club? Do you buy all your tickets through the members sale? This is how the new ticket prices will affect you. They say a picture paints a thousand words... £2m worth in this case... For more on this check out http://bit.ly/lfcticketprices …
The Travesty of Modern Day Ticket Prices

The Travesty of Modern Day Ticket Prices

"The word fanatic has been used many times... I think it’s more than fanaticism. It’s a religion to them. The thousands who come here, come to worship... it’s a sort of shrine, it isn’t a football ground." - Bill Shankly
Bill Shankly embodied the zeitgeist; during his reign spanning from 1959-74, he developed and nurtured a cultural relationship between the supporters, the players and the club. The fans would do anything for the players, the players would do …
Ticket to Nowhere: FSG, the Walkout, and Us

Ticket to Nowhere: FSG, the Walkout, and Us

In one of the most surreal moments as a Liverpool fan in recent memory, an estimated 10,000 supporters walked out the ground, the sacred ground at Anfield Road, Liverpool and took a stand against what is seen as unjust business practices by Liverpool's managing body, Fenway Sports Group. Though I understand and support the action by the fans, it was still a little strange. Like watching your parents split up and act like strangers at a parent-teacher conference, we were …
Retiring Your Support for Liverpool

Retiring Your Support for Liverpool

There is an elephant in the room for many common and garden match-going Liverpool supporters. Where is your ‘line in the sand’ when it comes to following the Reds in a physical and on a geographical basis? How do you envisage life after Anfield? Bill Shankly hated the word ‘retirement’. It sounds so, well, so final doesn’t it? I’m with Bill. Shankly described handing in his resignation as Liverpool manager as akin to walking to the electric chair. I think …