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16 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Liverpool has confirmed that Olly Dale, the club's commercial director, has decided to step down after eight years with the Reds. Dale was a key figure behind the scenes at Anfield during his stay, helping to drive the club's growth outside the field so far that the Champions League winners recently scored more than £ […]

16 Jul 19
THRILL ON WHEELS

Guwahati 15 July 2019: Marquee carmaker MG Motor on Monday signed a partnership with Liverpool FC, becoming the historic football club’s official global car partner. The contract signing ceremony took place today at the Mecca of football, the Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, UK. The association with Liverpool FC, the current titleholder of the UEFA Champions League, will […]

16 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Liverpool FC has partnered with the EA SPORTS FIFA video game franchise. Before the start of FIFA 20 in September, the series became the official partner of the Football Simulation Games Association. The agreement stipulates that Liverpool FC and EA SPORTS work together to create content specifically for the Reds. Billy Hogan, Managing Director and […]

16 Jul 19
PBW & Beyond

Life happens. And I won’t give up.

16 Jul 19
LFC MAVERICK FANS

Former Red believes Klopp “knows what he wants” in the transfer window

16 Jul 19
Metro
EA Sports has announced a partnership with Champions League winners Liverpool ahead of the worldwide 27 September release of FIFA 20. [metro-zone-post-thumbnail-link] The multi-year deal with the European champions follows the news that EA has lost the licence for Italian giants Juventus to rivals Konami, for their upcoming release of eFootball PES2020. However, in announcing a partnership with Liverpool, EA has snagged one of Konami’s main attractions and a licence they had held since 2016. Now, with Liverpool the reigning European champions, that licence has become even more valuable. The deal with Liverpool doesn’t change much from a FIFA gameplay point of view though, as Liverpool were already fully licensed on FIFA 19 as part of its Premier League deal. It does, however, mean EA and the Reds will collaborate to create Liverpool-specific content for the fans of both video games and the real thing. ‘We always strive to blur the lines between the virtual and real worlds of football. By partnering with Liverpool FC, we are delighted to continue breaking new ground, providing unrivaled authenticity to fans across the globe’, says EA’s Samantha Ebelthite. [metro-zone-post-strip] Licensing in football sims has been a problem for decades, with EA owning the majority of major clubs and leagues – meaning PES has always had to scrap around to add authenticity to its series. There has been significant improvement in recent years though and Konami has renewed tie-ins with Arsenal and Barcelona, as well as adding giants Manchester United, Bayern Munich, and Juventus. However, losing Liverpool just as they hit the peak of their real-world powers cannot be seen as anything less than a disappointment for fans of the series and it will be interesting to see if Konami responds further.
16 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

Barcelona made its first appearance at Neymar da Silva's PSG during the summer transfer market, according to ESPN. The report states that Barcelona has made an offer of 40 million euros, in addition to the services of the couple Felipe Coutinho and Osman Dembili. Coutinho joined FC Barcelona in January 2018 for 120 million euros, […]