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Liverpool legend Ray Kennedy dies aged 70

"Liverpool legend" Ray Kennedy has passed away after a 35-year battle with Parkinson's Disease. Kennedy played as a forward for Arsenal before moving to Liverpool as a left-sided midfielder. Friends and fans of the footballer have taken to Twitter to react...
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Fundraiser launched after arson attack at Wirral junior football club

A junior football team in Tranmere have launched a fundraising appeal after their equipment shed was set alight. Destroying most of what was inside. Merseyside Fire and Rescue were called to Victoria Colts Junior Football Club on Friday. After the...

Memorial matches for club that brings grieving families together

A north west football club that brings bereaved families together is playing a series of memorial matches to mark baby loss awareness week and pregnancy and infant loss awareness month. Angels United FC was founded in October 2020 by a...

Liverpool FC fan group Spirit of Shankly fury towards Keir Starmer

Liverpool FC fan group Spirit of Shankly have told Mersey News Live that Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer "fell short of expectations" by writing in The Sun newspaper. The group has written a letter to Sir Keir, condemning him for...

Hillsborough trial under way following 32nd anniversary

The trial of two former police officers and a police solicitor accused of perverting the course of justice following the Hillsborough disaster, began this week. On trial are retired police chief superintendent Donald Denton, 83, Alan Foster, 74, a retired...
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“I’ve let you down”- LFC owner apologises to fans following Super League distraction

John W Henry has apologised to fans following Liverpool FC's withdrawal from controversial Super League, saying "I've let you down." In a video statement released this morning (Wednesday 21), the club owner also extended his apologies to Jurgen Klopp and...

Two men issued with football ban for selling illegal Anfield tickets

Two Liverpudlians have been issued with five-year football bans following ticket tout offences. The pair were caught selling unauthorised tickets on Walton Breck Road on February 1 2020. Stewart Christopher O’Brien, 46 of Whitehaven Road and John Paul Jennings, 41, of...
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New Everton FC stadium approved by Liverpool Council

Liverpool City Council granted planning permission today for a new £505 million, 52,888 seat Everton FC stadium at Bramley Moore Dock. Plans for a Goodison Park community-led legacy project were also today unanimously approved by the council. A special planning committee...
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Sir Kenny Dalglish visits Anfield to thank Covid vaccinators

Liverpool legend Sir Kenny Dalglish MBE visited Anfield Stadium’s vaccine satellite ahead of the Merseyside derby to thank those involved in the recent vaccinations. Those involved in the vaccination process included GPs, vaccinators, and volunteers.




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