Liverpool’s continued cup run affects yet another fixture.
My thoughts and feelings on the link between our former manager and Roman Abramovich’s plaything.
Liverpool march on to the semi final of the League Cup for the first time since 2005 after another away tie, this time defeating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge for the 2nd time in 10 days and the 3rd time this year.
Craig Bellamy has returned to the Liverpool side after being left out at the weekend following the death of his national manager and close friend, Gary Speed.
Former Chelsea player Glen Johnson scores the late winner for Liverpool as they emerge triumphant yet again at the Bridge.
Jamie Carragher is available for selection for the weekend, whilst fellow Liverpudlian Steven Gerrard is likely to miss out.
The reds set for a trip to Stamford Bridge in a difficult League Cup tie.
LFC fans respond to the victory over Chelsea.
Liverpool move up to 6th in the league with their 4th straight victory as they claim a league double over Chelsea.
So, what happens next for Liverpool and Torres? And what is in the best interests of, importantly, our club?
Torres bid from Chelsea rejected by Liverpool.
We revisit yesterday’s fine win against Chelsea at Anfield, but highlight some areas where improvement is still needed.
Liverpool put in a strong first half performance that seals the game at Anfield.
The latest video from WeAreTheRedmen previews the clash against Chelsea.
Liverpool bring in Joe Cole on a free transfer.
Fernando Torres’ agent suggests the player will still be in the Premier League, though not necessarily with Liverpool FC.
On his first full day as a Chelsea player, Yossi Benayoun looks ahead to his new challenges.
The reds don’t want to sell to another Premier League club, insisting that Chelsea must pay a premium for the player.
Liverpool’s faint hopes of finishing 4th are extinguished as Chelsea head towards the title
Jamie Carragher looks back at Liverpool’s 2-0 defeat at the Bridge.
Liverpool start well but are undone in the second half as Ancelotti’s men sink Liverpool at the Bridge.
It’s Liverpool’s first major top four clash of the season – away at Stamford Bridge.
Players heading off to the African Nations Cup could provide a boost to the reds, according to our captain.
An 8 goal thriller at the Bridge but Chelsea get the result.
Confirmed team from Stamford Bridge.
Players and managers post match – LFC 1-3 Chelsea
Chelsea get an impressive win at Anfield
Chelsea. Champions League. Again.
Liverpool complete a deserved league double over Chelsea at Anfield.
Liverpool aim to do the double over title challengers Chelsea.