In case you missed it yesterday -- the @DailyMirror's contrasting back pages on the Suarez and Terry verdicts
Indie turns the title of Oliver Holt's hagiography into "J.T. Leader. Legend. Racist." (via @Robbie_OR)
Spot the difference in the back pages. Suarez: "Racist". Terry: "Kicked in the teeth". (Latter via @SuttonNick).
Happy coincidence with the numbers on this image
(Below) Referees chief Mike Riley seeks guidance on how to deal with Brendan Rodgers' complaint
Referee's position for the Mulumbu assault on Henderson. Not exactly unsighted.
Mulumbu on Henderson. Referee saw it, decided it wasn't worth yellow. It's not like he's Johnny Evans or anything.
Definitive proof of the inadequacy of a Scholes tackle.
Paul Scholes may have scored on his 700th appearance today, but it's not how we should remember him. This is:
The New York Times and the London Daily Telegraph. Spot the difference. (A: The one on the left is a newspaper).
Alt caption: Henry, Werner and Ayre debate how much to offer for Dempsey #LFC
FSG appoint new advisory committee guaranteed to do better in the next transfer window than #LFC did in the last
Carragher enjoying "a meditation and relaxation class" in the new #LFC documentary http://bit.ly/P9Lu4G
@thisisanfield Using Chrome. First a slow-loading page that looked like 1995 internet, then this with a refresh --
Weighing the record-breaking kit and shirt deals against the transfer policy, that tagline gets more apt every day
Just a little tip to aid the mental health of those of you dissatisfied with what I write here
Nice picture choice by the Telegraph for their "Brendan Rodgers in despair at Liverpool’s owners" story
Exclusive picture of #LFC's lead transfer negotiator
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