Mo Salah is climbing up Liverpool’s scoring charts
A statue of “one of the most successful English football managers of all time” has been unveiled at the stadium where he made his name.
It depicts a scene from 1968, when Paisley carried off future Reds captain Emlyn Hughes after he was injured.
Paisley spent 44 years at Anfield, first as a player, before becoming assistant to one of the club’s other legendary leaders, Bill Shankly.
Ox on Firmino
“He’s always looking for others, he works for the team and his skills speak for themselves. He’s a top man and we all love him.”
Which stat best captures this remarkable LFC team?
*100 points from the last possible102 available
*73 out of 75 points in the Premier League this season
*20 consecutive PL wins at Anfield
*11 clean sheets
*22 points clear at the top of the table
Admire “The Artist”
Players who have never lost a Premier League game at Anfield since joining Liverpool:
Virgil van Dijk
BREAKING: Virgil van Dijk and Alisson are both interested in signing new long-term contracts at Liverpool.
Juventus with Van Dijk
LEGENDS RETURN TO ANFIELD
LFC Foundation has announced the defenders and goalkeepers who will play for Liverpool FC Legends in the charity match against Barça Legends at Anfield on March 28th.
Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyypia, Daniel Agger, Fabio Aurelio, Glen Johnson, Jose Enrique, Jason McAteer, Phil Babb and Bjorn Tore Kvarme will be joined by 'keepers Jerzy Dudek and Sander Westerveld for the game.
Fernando Torres and Luis Garcia also set to play for the Reds. Edgar Davids, Patrick Kluivert, Juliano Belletti and Javier Saviola will turn out for Barça.
“It’s a proud moment for me to be the youngest player to captain the Reds. I’m happy that we topped it off with a win for our great fans.”
Bobby Firmino features in the EA Sports FIFA Team of the week