Operation win: Klopps focus and Liverpools momentum key to the title

Liverpool passed their latest test in Doha and appear to be growing stronger in the Premier League race With the world conquered, Liverpools thoughts return to scaling the peak that means the world to them. It is a measure of their unrivalled dominance and consistency in the Premier League this season that their position at the summit strengthened despite being more than 3,000 miles away in Qatar. Jrgen Klopps unbeaten leaders left England for the Club World Cup 10 points clear of Leicester, whom they visit today. They returned 10 points clear and with a game in hand on their nearest rivals after the first world title in the clubs history an achievement that proved beyond Bob Paisleys team in …

Roberto Firmino fires extra-time winner as Liverpool lift Club World Cup trophy

Roberto Firmino scored in the 99th minute to give Liverpool a first Club World Cup triumph as they beat Flamengo 1-0 Weve conquered all of Europe, were never gonna stop, goes the opening line of Liverpools version of Allez, Allez, Allez. The song needs updating along with the list of honours on the champions wall at Melwood. Jrgen Klopps European champions never stop and, on a night of high drama, quality and controversy in Doha, they conquered the world, too. Roberto Firmino broke the hearts of his compatriots from Flamengo with the decisive goal in extra time as Liverpool triumphed in the Club World Cup. The Brazil international missed two clear openings in normal time but finally secured a title …

Liverpool make bad start as Napolis Fernando Llorente rounds off win

Liverpool lost 2-0 to Napoli in the first game of their Champions League defence, after a disputed Dries Mertens penalty and a late Fernando Llorente strike Liverpool will accept history repeating itself should Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Emile Heskey: I was on the floor and started crying. Then I found a barber | Jamie Jackson

The former England striker talks about homesickness in Liverpool, falling asleep during Grard Houlliers meetings and picks his favourite player from the golden generation Emile Heskey exudes a Zen-like calm whether discussing criticism of his goalscoring or recalling crying. The former Liverpool and England striker is at the Alderley Hotel in Cheshire to discuss his new book, Even Heskey Scored. The title was chosen because, he laughs, this is what everyone said. Yet if his career numbers are low for someone who played most of his career as a No 9 seven goals from 62 caps, 110 in 516 Premier League games his 53 assists in the top flight is a clue to his real worth. The figure stands at …