During the weeks of national team football, not everyone may be aware of what’s going on around Liverpool FC, so here’s a little summary of the most important things that have happened since the first leg against Brighton a week ago.
No apology this time, but Webb commented on the scandal
VAR has become a topic again after the thrilling match against Brighton. The video referee considered a red card for Pascal Gross when he obstructed Dominik Szoboszlai and took a penalty kick, but he saw that it was not a clear and obvious foul that left the German on the field. Afterwards, it was commented on by ESPN, among other things, that the best result would have been an expulsion, but this was not the case.
The error wasn’t so big that Liverpool received an apology from referee Howard Webb this time, but Webb has been in the spotlight this week. For the first time, he commented on the scandal of Luis Diaz being denied a goal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Read the cases here:
The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) awarded a red card to Pascal Gross
Pascal Gross could have been sent off when he dragged Dominik Szoboszlai, but he escaped.
News Monday. 09.10. 14:58
Here’s what Howard Webb says about Diaz’s offside
Michael Owen and head referee assessed the situation on a recent episode of ‘Mic’d Up’.
News Tuesday. 10.10. 20:35
The new Anfield Road stand was not opened this year
With the loan rumor of Stefan Bajcetic, we come to a big and not so cheerful piece of news from the club. The opening of the new Anfield Road stand will be further delayed, and Liverpool FC can now announce it will not open until 2024.
This affects several thousand fans who have already purchased tickets for the grandstand section, which was originally scheduled to open in connection with the first home game of the season.
Read these stories about the Anfield Road Stand development:
The new Anfield Road stand will not open until 2024
Liverpool FC confirms that the project has been postponed again.
News Dare. 12.10. 12:07 pm
These are the matches affected by the Anfield Road postponement
Nine matches will be played at Anfield before 2024.
News Dare. 12.10. 17:40
Several thousand supporters are affected by the postponement
Liverpool FC must compensate tickets as a result of the postponement of the opening of the Anfield Road stand.
News Yesterday 11:02
Robertson is out due to injury
Rarely do you get through a national team break in one piece as all the players return fresh and quick, and this time it was Liverpool’s loyal left-back who bore the brunt.
He fell awkwardly in a duel and injured his shoulder in Thursday’s match against Spain. The national team captain was immediately sent home to Merseyside for tests. We are yet to hear anything further about how things are going with the Scot.
Read the story here, and also read the story where we follow the performance of other national team players:
Robertson was sent home to Liverpool after the knock he suffered against Spain
The Scot injured his shoulder in a duel with goalkeeper Unai Simon.
News Friday. 13.10. 09:29
Overview of national matchesSpain’s win over Olival sent Robertson and Scotland to the European Championships in Germany
We follow the national team’s second break in the fall.
vision Yesterday 22:51
Early match against City
The TV schedule doesn’t always deliver the biggest news, but then again, the Premier League may have teased Jurgen Klopp when they made the schedule.
An early away game to Manchester City in November means an early game after the national team’s hiatus this autumn, and Klopp is unlikely to be satisfied. But this time, he can’t blame the TV company, but the police in Manchester.
Another early game will be away to Manchester City
Three early games out of a possible three after the national team’s hiatus this autumn for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.
News Friday. 13.10. 16:39
The last time he called it a joke. Now Klopp may have to resort to stronger words
Liverpool are set to play again at a time Jurgen Klopp does not like.
vision Friday. 13.10. 18:38
The women’s team failed to hold a ceremony at Anfield
Over the weekend, there was a lot of talk about Sunday’s Merseyside derby at Anfield between Liverpool Women and Everton Women. The match was attended by more than 23 thousand spectators, but as happened in the previous two matches against the rival at Anfield, the match ended in a loss – and without goals.
Read about the match and Sophie Romain Hauge’s debut in the red suit here:
See the highlights: They were top of the table in the betting – but Liverpool Women lost again to Everton at Anfield
Sophie Romain-Hugues did not get the debut she dreamed of for a Liverpool side currently developing their Anfield complex.
News Yesterday 19:48
Minute by minute of Liverpool’s loss at Anfield: We watched the Merseyside derby live
We followed the match between Liverpool Women and Everton Women live.
News Yesterday at 17:30
Now we look forward to the club football matches and the men’s Merseyside derby next Saturday. Then hopefully red cheers!
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