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WATCH: Gerrard Quits International Football

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 21.07.2014 | UK Sport

England captain Steven Gerrard has announced his retirement from international football, the Football Association has said. The 34-year-old, who le...

A Football Divorce: The Unspoken Change of Heart.

Simon Mack | Posted 16.06.2014 | UK Sport
Simon Mack

For Football fans the 'Modi Operandi' appears to be simple; You are born, you choose a team to support (or inherit the family tradition) you support t...

Cameroon: The Two Players Liverpool Should Be Watching

Ball Street | Posted 16.06.2014 | UK Sport
Ball Street

It has now been 24 years since Cameroon became the darling of the football world. They shocked the holders Argentina 1-0 in Milan to open the legendary 1990 World Cup in Italy, and went onto reach the quarter-finals. It took two dubious penalties from Gary Lineker to eliminate the African side and The Indomitable Lions were launched into World Cup folklore...

Player Focus: Lambert the Final Piece in Liverpool's Attacking Puzzle

Ben McAleer | Posted 06.06.2014 | UK Sport
Ben McAleer

For any player, signing for your boyhood club would be a dream come true. For Rickie Lambert, that dream this week became a reality. The striker - and lifelong Liverpool fan - joined the Reds for an initial £4m on Monday, bringing an end to his five-year stay with Southampton.

LOOK: Happy Birthday, Steven Gerrard!

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 30.05.2014 | UK Sport

Not only can Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard look forward to tonight's World Cup warm-up against Peru, he's also celebrating his 34th bir...

Luis Suarez: The Acceptable Face of Racism

Jake Rudman | Posted 27.05.2014 | UK Sport
Jake Rudman

The extent to which Suarez is lauded without qualification is as symptomatic of our society's tolerant stance on xenophobia as UKIP's surge into relevance.

Five Things Liverpool Are Doing Better Than Everyone Else This Season

Joe Difford | Posted 01.07.2014 | UK Sport
Joe Difford

Liverpool have enjoyed a monumental winning streak, lasting 11 games. Being able to remain unbeaten for that long is one thing, but winning that many games on the trot really does encapsulate the passion and desire felt by the players, sending out a message to the teams around them.

Title Slips Away From Anfield as Manchester City Regain Control of Their Own Fate

Chris Winterburn | Posted 28.06.2014 | UK Sport
Chris Winterburn

Anfield was decked in red and white yesterday as Liverpool were fully expected to record a victory over Jose Mourinho's Chelsea which would all but take them to the club's first English championship since 1990, however the wheels spectacularly fell off the Reds' title charge as they were frustrated by the discipline and focus of Mourinho's defence.

The Hull Derby - Lessons From Merseyside

Karl Davis | Posted 17.06.2014 | UK Sport
Karl Davis

Tonight, the two Rugby League teams in Hull will square off in the sport's Super League. Fans of both clubs will doubtless spend time before and after the match drinking together, some will mingle and sit together during the game as banter and honour are exchanged and battled for...

Parallels From A Victorious Weekend, Thoughts on Hillsborough From 9 Year Old Me; To A Policeman's Lie..(A Poem For Hillsborough)

Karl Davis | Posted 13.06.2014 | UK Sport
Karl Davis

My heart is still beating hard following Liverpool's dramatic win on Sunday over Manchester City. Many have pointed to the strange parallels between y...

Man United Fan: Better The Devil You Know

Sammy Sultan | Posted 07.06.2014 | UK Sport
Sammy Sultan

As a Man United fan, the end to this inexorable Premier League season is as excruciating as root canal surgery. In many ways I'd prefer to be on a dentist's chair, mouth gaping.

Hillsborough Inquest Has Been 'A Long Time Coming'

The Huffington Post/PA | Posted 31.03.2014 | UK Sport

Emotional relatives of the 96 football fans killed in the Hillsborough disaster have arrived for the start of the long-fought-for fresh inquests into ...

Suarez And Cazorla Just Went Into Business Together

The Huffington Post UK | Asa Bennett | Posted 21.03.2014 | UK Sport

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has joined with his team names Lucas Leiva and Jose Enrique along with Arsenal rivals Santi Cazorla and Mikel Arteta to ...

Cardiff City Fans Prepare for the First Big Unified Protest

Phil Jones | Posted 17.05.2014 | UK Sport
Phil Jones

About a year and a half later than it should have happened, all of the principal bodies representing Cardiff City supporters are finally uniting in a protest calling for the restoration of the club's traditional blue and bluebird emblem.

Could Daniel Sturridge Be the Key for England?

Dominic Antill | Posted 27.04.2014 | UK Sport
Dominic Antill

Roy Hodgson might want Wayne Rooney to "explode" at this summer's World Cup but it is Daniel Sturridge's form that could prove the decisive factor to England's success in the competition.

Premier League January Transfers 2014 - Ins and Outs

The Huffington Post UK | Edward Tew | Posted 31.01.2014 | UK Sport

There's only one more day left of the January transfer window, so catch-up on all the ins and outs with our club by club guide: ...

'He Knows Absolutely Nothing About Football'

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 19.12.2013 | UK Sport

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has sprung to the defence of Cardiff counterpart Malky Mackay, accusing the Welsh club's owner Vincent Tan of "knowi...

Frankly, Mr Shankly, Your Quote Needs Updating - Football IS a Matter of Life and Death

Neil Durkin | Posted 31.01.2014 | UK Sport
Neil Durkin

I can never hear about football tragedies without thinking of the Shankly saying. Hillsborough, Bradford City, Heysel, the Accra Sports Stadium deaths in Ghana in 2001, the dozens killed during Egypt's Port Said stadium clashes in 2012. The list goes on and on. Or indeed the recent depressing news of two more deaths during construction work on the stadium that will host the opening ceremony for next year's World Cup finals in Brazil.

PICTURES: Come Here And Hug Me

The Huffington Post | Elliot Wagland | Posted 30.09.2013 | UK Sport

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is currently the toast of the red side of Liverpool and an incredibly popular chap as his side are currently sitting...

The Fab Four Things to Do in Liverpool

John MacLachlan | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
John MacLachlan

This modern, metropolitan city is completely unrecognisable from the one depicted in the lazy stereotypes that have long clung to Liverpool and its inhabitants and, as a tourist destination, is one of the best in the United Kingdom.

The Premier League and Its Va Va Voom

Samuel Evans | Posted 02.11.2013 | UK Sport
Samuel Evans

Over the past couple of seasons, I've felt that the Premier League has become a little bit stale... However, this season I can't help but feel there is an added buzz from various different aspects of the league and it's rekindling the special vibe that usually surrounds English football.

Blackpool Elite Soccer Academy: Finding the Next Wayne Rooney

Kevin Blundell | Posted 04.08.2013 | UK Sport
Kevin Blundell

A new 'Golden Generation' is said to be building in the country even considering the high amount of foreign imports currently plying their trade in the British Premier League. Key members at the top clubs are coming through their academies and among them are several young Englishmen.

Remembering the Bradford Fire Disaster

Rob Atkinson | Posted 11.07.2013 | UK Sport
Rob Atkinson

28 years ago, on May 11 1985, I went to watch Leeds United play at St Andrews, Birmingham City's ground, in order to support the United lads, who still had a faint mathematical chance of promotion. These were the bad old days, when football violence was still highly fashionable, and it was predictable that things would get out of hand given the slightest excuse.

Fergie - A Beautiful Retirement

Kanmi Iyanda | Posted 10.07.2013 | UK Sport
Kanmi Iyanda

I remember back in 1990, the month of January to be specific, the joy that was abundant among us Liverpool fans, as it appeared Manchester United's experiment of bringing Alex Ferguson to our rivals across the Pennines, had failed woefully.

Margaret Thatcher's Legacy to Liverpool FC

Matthew Handley | Posted 09.06.2013 | UK Sport
Matthew Handley

Ninety-six fans, sons and daughters never made it home, and it was all the fault of their fellow Liverpool supporters. This was the narrative that Margaret Thatcher played a crucial role in perpetuating. There will have been few tears shed on Merseyside on Monday evening at her demise.