Jurgen Klopp insists he cannot change his emotional responses but said he had not changed his mind about Everton's penalty.Read the full story ›
Jurgen Klopp claimed his Liverpool team had been robbed by the penalty decision which allowed Everton to take a 1-1 draw from AnfieldRead the full story ›
Wayne Rooney's first Merseyside derby goal earned Everton a draw at Anfield as Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp's selection gamble backfiredRead the full story ›
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has launched a passionate defence of captain Jordan HendersonRead the full story ›
Liverpool left-back Alberto Moreno could be sidelined for potentially up to six weeks with an ankle injury.
The defender will be assessed by a second specialist over the weekend but the fear is the problem, sustained in Wednesday's 7-0 win over Spartak Moscow, could keep him out until the new year.
James Milner is likely to fill the vacancy for Sunday's Merseyside derby at home to Everton while captain Jordan Henderson is set to start in midfield after sitting out in midweek.
Klopp is not expecting to be happy with Liverpool's draw in the last-16 but insists his side will be ready regardless of their opponent.Read the full story ›
Liverpool cruised to victory over an insipid Spartak Moscow to reach the Champions League knockout phase for the first time since 2009.Read the full story ›
Liverpool have reported Spartak Moscow to UEFA after teenage striker Rhian Brewster was allegedly subjected to racist abuse.
England's Under-19 World Cup winner was visibly angry at the end of the Reds' 2-0 UEFA Youth League win at Prenton Park and had to be restrained by team-mates and coaching staff at the final whistle.
Liverpool confirmed they have "followed the proper procedure by reporting the alleged incident to UEFA" and Press Association Sport understands the incident is believed to relate to alleged racist abuse.
It is the second time this season Liverpool have been forced to act against the Russian club after Brewster's team-mate Bobby Adekanye was racially abused by fans during the game in Moscow in September.
Spartak were found guilty on that occasion and ordered to partially close their academy ground for one match.
Jurgen Klopp accepts there are no guarantees his side will progress to the knockout stages of the Champions League.Read the full story ›