Newcastle will face a much-improved Liverpool after jittery start to season, says defender - Shields Gazette

Trent Alexander-Arnold has revealed that Liverpool are gunning for Newcastle, insisting the Reds will only get better and better after a hit-and-miss start to the campaign. Jurgen Klopp's men produced yet another under whelming performance in midweek ...

How lack of defensive balance is still costing Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp nears 2-year milestone - This Is Anfield (blog)

We are days away from Jurgen Klopp's second anniversary in charge of Liverpool, but the German is still struggling with one key, inherited issue. It's been two years of mainly positives with a couple of cup final appearances, and a return to Champions ...

Spartak charged again by UEFA over fireworks - Gears Of Biz

Spartak Moscow have again been charged by UEFA after fans criticised the governing body with a banner during their Champions League clash with Liverpool. The home supporters at Otkrytiye Arena unveiled a banner that read “UEFA Mafia” and also let off ...

Give Fab Four more time: Klopp - The New Paper

Give Fab Four more time: Klopp Despite fielding Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane (above), Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino together for the first time, Liverpool could not muster a win over Spartak Moscow. PHOTO:AFP ...

Liverpool protest to UEFA over alleged racial abuse of starlet Bobby Adekanye in Spartak Moscow match - Mirror.co.uk

Liverpool have made a complaint to UEFA, alleging one of their Under-19 players suffered racial abuse during a game against Spartak Moscow's youngsters. Nigerian-born Bobby Adekanye, 18, is said to have been subjected to gestures and chants when he ...

Klopp backs wasteful Reds - The Straits Times

Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino ruing a missed chance against Spartak Moscow in the Champions League on Tuesday. The English Premier League side had 64 per cent of the ball in Moscow and took 16 shots - six were on target - but netted just once.