Liverpool are tinkering with their winning formula, by relying on newer purchases like Charlie Adam and Stewart Downing, as opposed to putting their faith in unsung heroes like Meireles and Maxi Rodriguez.
After a high-spending transfer window, Kenny Dalglish and Steve Clarke join forces with the new look Liverpool squad to take on Steve Bruce's re-assembled Sunderland in the season opener at Anfield.
Exciting times lie ahead but there is an air of trepidation regarding the departure of the deadwood. A look at Liverpool's transfer season.
[From The Archives] A new stadium for Liverpool or expansion of Anfield? TheHardTackle tells you why Liverpool should stay put. After all, home is where the heart is.
TheHardTackle's guest author Robert Nevitt doesn't see any reason why the Anfield faithful should panic and consider this transfer window a failure thus far.
TheHardTackle looks at Liverpool's first signing of the summer transfer window - a precocious 20-year-old, Jordan Henderson.
On the final matchday, Liverpool have to beat Aston Villa and hope for some luck to take them to Europe. Will the Reds make it?
One team is on the decline while the other has fought its way up amongst the best again. This weekend promises a cracker of a game.
Liverpool are on the verge of surrendering a record to Manchester United - their greatest rivals ever. Amidst the sadness, TheHardTackle's Akarsh Sharma sees a positive side.
It goes without saying there are several reasons behind Chelsea surrendering the league to Manchester United. And yet, there are some reasons that don't often see the light of day. Here's a look at some of those not-so-evident ones.