You’ve probably seen this idea on a number of TV panel shows but now you can have a go for yourself on what’s likely to be your specialist topic – footballers. The ‘picture game’ quiz revolves around footballers with ‘van’ somewhere in their name, as the quiz creators stock vans for sale.
Sterling In Contention For World Cup Start - Three Reasons Why Liverpool Star Must Play Against Italy
England kick off their World Cup campaign this evening against Italy with five Liverpool players in the squad, four of which seem almost definite starters for the Three Lions. Captain Steven Gerrard is a guaranteed starter, while Sturridge, Johnson and Henderson have all been part of Roy Hodgson's first 11 for the past few games. Raheem Sterling, on the other hand, faces competition from Manchester United star Danny Welbeck for his place in the team, but we believe the Italians would find it more difficult to cope with the 19-year old for these three reasons:
Interview: Chris Kamara Talks Rickie Lambert, Liverpool's Leaky Defence, And How This Midfielder Would Improve The Side
With the best part of 15 years in the media and a successful playing career behind him, Chris Kamara has established himself as one of the most popular faces in football. We had a chat with the man himself about Rickie Lambert's move to Anfield, Adam Lallana potentially joining the club and how he would plug the leaky backline.
Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard turns 34 today and we think there's no better way to mark the occasion than to recall 5 of the greatest goals of his illustrious career to date.
England manager Roy Hodgson has announced his squad numbers for the World Cup, with Daniel Sturridge's performances this season earning him the prestigious No.9 shirt.
Fellow Liverpool stars Steven Gerrard and Glen Johnson have been given their usual numbers as expected, wearing No.4 and No.2 respectively, while midfielder Jordan Henderson has been given his Liverpool squad number, 14. Raheem Sterling is the Reds' 5th member of the squad and will have number 19 on his back in Brazil.
Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing QPR forward Loic Remy. The French international impressed last season while on loan at Newcastle and earned a place in Didier Deschamps' World Cup squad.
Both Liverpool and Arsenal are keen on the 27-year old and after 14 league goals in 24 appearances in 2013/14, we believe the former Marseille man is the perfect fit to cover strike duo Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, for three key reasons.
Cardiff City striker Craig Bellamy announced his retirement from football on Tuesday evening at the age of 34. The former Wales captain enjoyed two spells at Liverpool during 2006/07 and 2011/12 scoring 18 goals in 79 appearances.
We at The Kop Times would like to wish Bellamy all the best for the future and what better way than to look back at his best moments for LFC. So here, in no particular order, are our picks for Bellamy's five most memorable Liverpool performances.
Reports this morning suggested Liverpool striker Luis Suarez could potentially miss the World Cup following news surgery was required on a knee injury.
The Uruguayan FA, however, remain confident the 27-year old will be fit for Brazil following successful surgery earlier today.
Reports suggest Liverpool are lining up a sensational move for Barcelona forward Pedro.
Brendan Rodgers is believed to be a keen admirer of Spain's World Cup star and has been informed that the club would be willing to part ways with the 26-year old if the price is right.
Liverpool could return to the UEFA Champions League in style next season as it's now been confirmed that they will be drawn from Pot 3 for the group stages when the draw takes place in August. A 2nd place finish in the league secured the Reds a guaranteed place in the group stages of Europe's elite competition after not being involved since 2010, but potential clashes with giants such as Real Madrid and Bayern Munich could be around the corner.
Chelsea defender Ashley Cole confirmed via Twitter on Monday night what many have anticipated for some time - he'll not be renewing his contract at Stamford Bridge. Liverpool, among others have been heavily linked with a move for the 31-year old as lack of cover at left back has been one of the few faults of Brendan Rodgers' side over the past season.