Time for a dump. A news dump, get your mind out of the gutter.
Back in favour with the manager, fullback Joe Enrique credits an embrace of a more attacking approach for his recent return to form and gives insight into Brendan Rodgers' attack-minded philosophy.
While Lucas is convinced Sunday's victory over Swansea will provide a platform for Europa League success, Jose Enrique is worried about what Daniel Sturridge's means. Both, though, still see a chance to progress on Thursday.
After a slow start to the 2012-2013 season, Jose Enrique has experienced success from front to back on the left side of Liverpool's lineup, and while the payoff is warranted, the inspiration was apparently none too pleasant.
Despite setbacks against Stoke and Aston Vila that see Liverpool on pace for a meagre 50 points this season, Jose Enrique is still talking about fourth as though it's something Liverpool can realistically aspire to. It isn't.
Suso (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images) The English Premier League, unlike the NFL, takes gay slurs on Twitter seriously. It has...
It wouldn't be Liverpool if there wasn't a controversy surrounding the club, and this week's latest "event most likely to lead to an apology" comes thanks to Suso's recent homophobic gay slur Twitter outburst.
After being forced off after 27 minutes against West Ham, left back Jose Enrique has revealed he will likely miss Saturday's match against Aston Villa.
Fantasy Yirma's Mark Jones gives us his thoughts on Gameweek 15, focusing on the official fantasy.premierleague.com game. The deadline is at 19:30 GMT tonight.
Liverpool made their second trip of the calendar year to the Liberty Stadium yesterday, and while many were left disappointed with more points dropped when a win seemed possible, Brendan Rodgers felt good about the strides he feels the club has made.