2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
32-3-3, 1st in English Premier League
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Liverpool sign Greece defender Tsimikas

Liverpool have made their first signing of the transfer window by bringing in Greece defender Kostas Tsimikas from Olympiakos on a long-term deal.

Laurens: Kostas Tsimikas fits the way Liverpool play (0:53)
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4dTom Hamilton

Liverpool trio nominated for PL player award

Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, Southampton's Danny Ings, Burnley's Nick Pope and Leicester's Jamie Vardy were also nominated.

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4dTom Hamilton

Pulisic, Man Utd trio up for PL Young Player award

United duo Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood were also nominated alongside Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jack Grealish, Dean Henderson and Mason Mount.

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7dIan Darke

Premier League wish lists for Big Six clubs

With the transfer window open, England's giants are in rebuild mode. Champions Liverpool don't need much; those below them have issues to address.

Would a move to Liverpool stunt Sancho's growth? (0:57)
'Absolute NONSENSE!' - Nicol vs. Liverpool's throw-in coach (1:06)
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12dTom Hamilton

Liverpool throw-in coach signs new contract

Thomas Gronnemark has been part of the Liverpool coaching staff that has led the club to Champions League and Premier League glory.

Salah or Mane: Who had the better season for Liverpool? (1:47)
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Liverpool's Klopp wins Sir Alex MOTY award

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was awarded the League Managers Association Sir Alex Ferguson manager of the year trophy on Monday.

Which team was better, Liverpool 19/20 or Man City 17/18? (0:56)
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Lovren leaves Liverpool to join Zenit

Dejan Lovren departs Liverpool after helping the club win the Champions League and Premier League during his six-year spell at Anfield.

2019-20 Prem Ladder

Manchester City382639+6781
Manchester United3818128+3066
Leicester City3818812+2662
Tottenham Hotspur38161111+1459
Wolverhampton Wanderers3815149+1159
Sheffield United38141212054
Newcastle United38111116-2044
Crystal Palace38111017-1943
Brighton & Hove Albion3891415-1541
West Ham United3810919-1339
Aston Villa389821-2635
AFC Bournemouth389722-2534
Norwich City385627-4921

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference522nd
Goals Scored852nd
Goals Conceded331st