What lengths would you go to to get your hands on a t-shirt worn by Daniel Sturridge? For this Liverpool supporter, the answer was some painful bruises, an embarrassing fall and humiliation in front of your peers and a global TV audience.
"@JoshKillner: Can't believe @domjpearson made The Metro with his 'Kolo Touro' tattoo. #lad http://t.co/BJkggXENwf" I will change my name Kolo Toure (@KoloKolotoure28) September 5, 2013 Liverpool defender Kolo Toure has offered to change his to 'Kolo Touro' to match a misspelled tattoo on a supporter's foot.
After disloyal behaviour from your favourite player, it is now customary to set fire to the piece of Â£60 polyester you bought bearing their name. But this thrifty Liverpool fan wasn't going to let Luis Suarez leave him out of pocket. Armed with a marker pen and a roll of masking tape, he cleverly converted [.
A young Liverpool supporter interviewed by Sky Sports News urged the club to sell Luis Suarez, saying he's a vampire who bites too many people. Based on the people featured in the video above, there now seems to be widespread support for the club selling Suarez at the earliest opportunity. The last word went to [.
Liverpool fan favourites Rafa Benitez and Pepe Reina have been officially presented to fans at their new club Napoli. Former Anfield boss Benitez and his regular goalkeeper were welcomed to the Serie A club, along with former Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain. Benitez had a starkly different start than he had in his last job.
It's not unusual to be left in floods of tears after a brief encounter with Steven Gerrard, but you usually have to stand between him and the soothing sounds of Phil Collins first. Not so in the case of Indonesian fan Sarah Hapsari who was left sobbing after bumping into the Liverpool captain in the [.
A young Liverpool fan desperate to meet hero Fernando Torres ended up becoming part of Chelsea's Europa League trophy presentation. Louis Kearns, aged 11, had been at the match with his dad. As Chelsea's players made their way past Louis' seat, he was desperate to get up close and personal with Torres and former Liverpool [.
Bookmakers Paddy Power never shy away from the chance to create a cheeky billboard and they certainly never miss an opportunity for some controversial PR. So, they've jumped on the news that Sir Alex Ferguson is retiring as Manchester United manager by suggesting that somewhere a Liverpool fan has just one wish left.
This in the know Liverpool fan has preempted the final two weeks of transfer window activity and opted for a 'Balotelli 10â€² personalised shirt. Snapped by fellow bus passenger @SeanBailey_7, this lad has clearly decided that Mario's future lies away from Manchester City. At Anfield, to be precise. Hmmm.
Liverpool is lining up an ambitious La Liga double swoop for Atletico Madrid winger Arda Turan and Barcelona star Alexis Sanchez. Brendan Rodgers' side have scored just nine times in seven Premier League games so far this season - with five of those coming in the win at Norwich. And Rodgers, who sanctioned the loan departure of club record signing Andy Carroll to West Ham earlier this year, has seen his attacking options reduced once more following the news that Fabio Borini suffered a fractured foot.
This audio comes from BBC 5Live's 606 phone-in on Saturday evening. Liverpool fan Omar, from
Nottingham, rang up to tell Robbie Savage that he "talks through his a*se". Omar starts off
sounding quite pleasant, giving a nice hello and congratulating opponents West Brom on their win...
but then he snaps.
The Metro newspaper demonstrated just how unhappy Liverpool fans are with their horrendous new
third kit... by anonymously quoting an Everton fanzine. When Skies Are Grey is a popular Toffees
fanzine which has been around since 1988. But today's Metro describes it as a "disgruntled
Liverpool fan". A Metro journo was obviously trawling Twitter for [.
The fixtures were released today much to the excitement of many a Liverpool fan ready and eager to
find out who exactly Brendan Rodgers would face in his first game as Liverpool manager. As it turns
out it will be away to Steve Clarke's West Brom.
The first three home games have got many talking as the Reds will have to face Manchester City,
Arsenal and then Manchester United on the bounce at Anfield.
What on earth is happening at Liverpool FC? Now I know I will probably end up with loads of
abuse at the finale of this blog, seeing as though I am an Evertonian and I am writing about â€˜our
nephew' Liverpool. Even though I have no positive attachment to Liverpool, their current crisis
gives me no sense of enjoyment.
Fabio Capello has held talks with Liverpool and has been invited to meet with owners Fenway Sports
Roberto Martinez and Andre Villas-Boas have also held meetings with Liverpool and are on the list
speak to the owners, and it is expected that they will be joined by at least one other candidate.
You will always be a legend...Liverpool Football Club have today
announced that Kenny Dalglish will no longer be the manager at Anfield next season. The Liverpool
legend won the Carling Cup and sent the Reds to an FA Cup final but it was his league position that
appeared to create the problem.
One Liverpool supporter managed to irk Norwich fans and the police in equal measure during
Saturday's match. The well-oiled fan ran onto the Carrow Road pitch to celebrate Luis Suarez's
hat-trick goal, before bowing down before the Uruguayan. He made a lewd gesture towards the
Canaries faithful before finding himself being led away by police.
Carroll celebrates his FA Cup winning goal with
Skrtel...Liverpool will welcome West Brom to Anfield on Sunday after they've got rid of those
giant puppets wondering around the Kop End! And West Brom coming to Anfield means nothing less than
the return of the face rubber himself; Roy Hodgson.
Bloody hell, first Robin Van Persie, then Alex Song and now it's looking increasingly likely
that fleet-footed wideboy Theo Walcott could be leaving Arsenal for pastures new (and a massive new
The Times reported today that the England man, who lurches between speedy brilliance and
brainless mediocrity, has refused to sign an extension to his current Arsenal deal, a deal which
ends next year.
1. Arsene Wenger tends to get lucky when he sells. Whenever his big-name stars decide to leave, it
usually signals a decline in their form. Arsenal pocket the money and the player never reaches
their Arsenal form again. We're discounting younger players, such as Cesc Fabregas, here. 2. A
sulking striker is no good for [.
You remember our run in with Sachin Nakrani a few months ago. He posted that well known picture
from years ago of a Chelsea fan doing the Nazi salute with his daughter in his arms and claimed
that it was from Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final game against Spurs that day. Nakrani is a Liverpool
fan and obviously had taken offence to Chelsea fans singing "murderers" during the minute's silence
for Hillsborough, and fair enough.
Liverpool has confirmed that Luis Suarez has committed his long-term future to the club by penning
a contract extension.
Sky Sports revealed earlier that the Uruguay international was poised to agree fresh terms with the
An agreement has now been thrashed out, just 24 hours after Suarez re-joined the Reds fold
following his involvement at the 2012 Olympics.
A Liverpool fan has been given a four-year football banning order after he was found guilty of
racially abusing Manchester United supporters and their club captain Patrice Evra.
Phillip Gannon, 58, was seen on live television doing a racially offensive monkey impression,
Liverpool Magistrates' Court was told.
After Luis Suarez was found guilty of racially abusing Patrice Evra and banned for eight games,
Manchester United were drawn Liverpool in the FA Cup at Anfield.
After the club had come out and publicly supported their racist striker, with the players and
manager wearing t-shirts with his face on, it came as no surprise that their fans tried to excuse
the inexcusable too.
This is just hilarious as Darren Fletcher and Robbie Savage take a call on their BBC Radio show from a mad Liverpool fan who wants Liverpool to sack manager Brendan Rodgers because there trailing against Aston Villa at half/time 2-1.
Craig Bellamy is confident he will be fit for Team GB's second Olympic fixture despite taking a few
knocks during a physical opening encounter with Senegal.
Stuart Pearce's side were held to a 1-1 draw by their Group A rivals on Thursday after putting in a
nervy display at Old Trafford.
Their efforts to make a flying start to their gold medal quest were not helped by some rather
questionable challenges from the Senegalese.
New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has identified three players that he hopes will turn the club
into Champions League challengers.
The former Swansea boss, believed to be working off a budget of Â£30 million pounds has already
been linked with a move for Hoffenheim star Gylfi Sigurdsson.
The Icelandic International had been earmarked for a move to the Liberty Stadium following an
impressive loan spell with Swansea last season however he could now move to Anfield with Rodgers
declaring his interest in the player.