Latest Live4Liverpool article

This one’s sandwiched in between the embarrassment of the 3-1 defeat to Hull and the following 5-1 thumping of Norwich.

‘Increase in ruthlessness instead of folding’ looks at the inconsistencies of Liverpool so far this season. It was written before the Norwich result mind. Take the latest result away and the article may almost seem redundant.

Having said that, yet another day of showing for Luis Suarez against The Canaries, with 4 goals stretching from the simple genius to plain exquisite.

No wonder Reds manager Brendan Rodgers has said the club and player are made for each other.

Liverpool take on Norwich


Liverpool v Norwich City – 7:45pm (BST), Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom


Liverpool take on Norwich City at home as they look to return to winning ways following the 3-1 defeat to Hull over the weekend..

The Reds will have to do it without top scoring England international Daniel Sturridge who is out with an ankle injury.

Emerging midfield anchorman Phiippe Coutinho is expected to be fit to start though, while Spaniard Iago Aspas is also expected to return to the side as the former Celta Vigo forward looks to establish himself in the first team plans.

Homeless for the Holidays: A Thanksgiving Story

Gary Goldhammer - Below the Fold

(The following post originally ran Nov. 21, 2007, and has become a Below the Fold holiday tradition of sorts. For those who have read it before, please pardon the repetition — and for those who are reading it for the first time, I hope it serves as a reminder of what this holiday, and being human, is all about.)

LOS ANGELES IS A CITY of fragments, its people fragmented. It’s a place apart and in parts, a labyrinthine expanse so loosely bound as if against nature. LA is a place to live, not to be from.

Most people only see L.A. through a windshield – the observer protected behind glass, the observed seen in glimpses if at all. It is into this concrete dichotomy I drive several days a week. I’ve done this for nearly a year with no regret, save for the occasional Sigalert that slows traffic…

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