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- Ajax vs Liverpool: attack party in AmsterdamThe lucky draw created a really interesting group. Group D features former champion Liverpool, a force in the Ajax Amsterdam past and emerging phenomenon Atalanta. These 3 have one thing in common: show impressive performance of offense in their league. In the opening match, Liverpool will play at Johan Cruyff Arena. The Fans can hope […]
The journey of Liverpool is filled with numerous ups and downs. There are pains, regret, as well as extreme happiness of victories and glories. However, looking back on the intricate and colorful history of this soccer team, today’s results are well-deserved. Without further ado, let’s jump into all you need to know about Liverpool F.C.
History of Liverpool FC
Liverpool’s rich history can be divided into three significant periods: The foundation, The Shankly Era, and The Modern era.
Liverpool Football Club was born out of the dispute between Everton F.C and John Houlding- its president, who also owned the club’s then stadium Anfield. As Everton moved to another ground, Anfield became the home to the newly formed Liverpool from 1892.
The team quickly rose through the ranks of English Football, starting from the local Lancashire League, rising to the Second Division, then finally to the First Division, English Football’s highest league before the creation of Premier League.
The team faced various ups and downs during WW1 & WW2. It was not until the introduction of manager Bill Shankly in 1959 that Liverpool experienced a period of consistent success.
Bill Shankly won 10 trophies with Liverpool, including numerous League Championships and four European Cups. His work created the base for the club’s stable victories in the 1970s and 80s domestically and internationally.
Following the Heysel Stadium disaster in 1985, Liverpool received a 6-year-ban from European competitions. The club’s fortune declined during the 1990s. Their former glory only returned thanks to the European Cup-winning in 2005, in the match known as “The miracle of Istanbul.”
Liverpool is one of the world’s most decorated football clubs with a grand total of 67 trophies. They include 7 FA Cups, 8 League Cups, 18 First Division titles, 3 UEFA Europa League Cups, and 6 UEFA Champions League Cups.
Most recently, after 28 years of waiting, the club has finally got its very first Premier League trophy under the guidance of coach Jurgen Klopp.
Strategic developments of Liverpool
In order to bear the sweet fruits of victory with the long-awaited Premier League title this season, Liverpool had to go through years of meticulously building strategies and forming the teams with the right players.
Klopp got himself a batch of talented players. Some of the most prominent footballers are Sadio Mane (one of Europe’s best forwards), world-class central back Virgil van Dijk, and right-winger Mohamed Salah- Liverpool’s best goalscorer who alone contributed 17 goals in this season of Premier League.
The success of Liverpool not only comes from the players and the managers but also from the group of behind the scene professionals. The silent group of physicians, directors, and nutritionists helps create a smooth-running team equally unstoppable. As a result, the club has won the Premier League 7 rounds early, with 86 points in total.
The immediate goal in Liverpool’s future is to prepare for the finals of the UEFA Champion League 2020, which is resuming on August 7. To do so, Liverpool plans to maintain the excellent performance combined with young talent training through the Liverpool F.C. Academy.
The future is brighter than ever for Liverpool. From the disappointment at the beginning of the decade to the Premier League title 10 years later, the magnificent story about a giant standing up from failure to become the king again is unforgettable in soccer history.
And with that, we will end this with the words of John Henry the day his Fenway Sports Group bought Liverpool F.C: “We are here to win.”