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The hunt for the Mystery Player

Since Jason Burt mentioned on The Anfield Index podcast that Liverpool is targeting a player this month who he does not believable is achievable but could be come the summer, Twitter has been awash with rumours of who it could be.The Times Jonathon Northcroft followed this up by confirming he knows

What to do with Coutinho money

Liverpool currently have over £140m burning a hole in their pockets, and the Daytrippers have their say on what they think the club should do with it.Jamie HolmeI'm one of the few who is not overly sad that Phil has been sold. I made peace with the fact it would

Liverpool’s cult heroes

What makes a cult player ?For me it's a player that came in on a low fee, someone who may not have been the most skillful but always give his all on the pitch and sometimes off it.1.Ragnar KlavenQuite possibly the greatest Estonian footballer that has ever lived, The 32

I came in like a Moneyball

With the Phil Coutinho's £142m move to Barcelona complete we take a look at Fenway Sports Group record at transfers while being in charge of Liverpool.Biggest Transfer Fee PaidBefore the start of the season the answer would have been Andy Carroll at £35m 🤢 , but this season they have gone on

Goalkeeper Top Trumps

With a possible £150m about to hit the Anfield coffers this January could prove to be a very proactive one for the Reds.They will of course need to replace the outgoing Phil Coutinho, but even after that they should have enough money in the bank to spend on a quality

5 players who could replace Coutinho

With the little magician Phil Coutinho looking more and more likely to make a move to Barcelona, we take a look at 10 players who could replace him at Liverpool.Thomas LemarThe French international has long been linked to Liverpool & Arsenal, who both failed in their attempts to bring

Meet David Fairclough

Meet Liverpool Legend David Fairclough in Dublin – 22nd October 2017. Fairclough was one of the most exciting players ever to wear the Liverpool shirt, his eye for goal was second-to-none and usually after coming on as a substitute – no wonder the Kop nicknamed him ‘Supersub’! This autumn Reds fans in