The KopDavid Tyrer (Editor) - Having been writing for live4liverpool.com for several years, I am now happy to serve the site as Editor. A life-long Red (but, aren’t we all?!), I grew up primarily in Woolton and currently life in the City Centre with my wife. Supporting Liverpool is more of a vocation than anything else, so being able to write about my team and give others the opportunity to do so is a great privilege. My favourite Liverpool player is Sami Hyypia (and John Barnes) but one or two of the current crop may well run them close in years to come! I hope that my tenure as editor coincides with a great period in the club’s history, so please feel free to get in touch.

Email me at live4liverpool@snack-media.com if you have any questions or you have an article you’d like published.

Katie Price (Writer) – I am a lifelong Liverpool supporter from Huyton Liverpool just like Stevie G and go all over the world supporting my team I go the games in my wheelchair as I suffer from Cerebral Palsy however that does not stop me having a ball cheering on the World’s Best Team.
I write a weekly column talking about various topics whether that is tactical analysis of matches, opinion pieces, looking through the archives of previous matches, former players and current articles on Brendan and the first team.
It is great being part of the first class writing team at Live4liverpool.com and bucking the trend in being the first woman to write for the site.
Follow me on Twitter @MRSSG to keep up to date with my articles. Y.N.W.A

Tim Williams (Writer) – I am a 30 year old Liverpool fan from Shropshire, now finding myself in Leeds. Lifelong red, in fact the only other bird to come close to getting the same love is my wife. The greatest player I have seen in a red shirt is John Barnes, my hero.! Met him and he is awesome! Greatest experience at Anfield came when Stan Collymore got our 4th of the night as we finally saw off Newcastle. Dont get to games as much as I used to because I have a family now, and teaching them the Liverpool Way is a full time occupation. In my spare non-liverpool time I work for the UK Border Agency, until the day I am plucked from obscurity to wear the number 10 shirt (or at least write about Liverpool!). I am the founder of the phenomenom I call Kopitis, which basically is a negative positive view of Liverpool. Before any game I believe that we will struggle, no matter which opposition (even a sunday league side), but during the game I have an inbuilt belief we will win, and following it I have insurmountable defensive stance where I will be profundly positive and seek the best points of any performance (even if we lost 20-0). Liverpool isnt just a football team, it is a family, a family I am proud to be a member of. YNWA’.

Daniel Thomas (Writer) – I’m a fully trained journalist who shunned a career in the profession due to my disillusionment with the tabloid press, instead hoping to become a professional author. I’ve written for The Liverpool Way for 7 years and am a regular on the forum using the name Agt Provocateur. A passionate member of supporter group Kop Faithful, I’ve been a season ticket holder of 8 years and a regular match goer since 1995. When not criticising diminishing refereeing standards in football, I can be found at Langtree Park, the home of St Helens Rugby League Club being highly critical of non existent standards of refereeing in Rugby League. I’m is also a massive Lancashire and England cricket fan.

Abhijan Barua (Writer) – Abhijan Barua’s a British Broadcast Journalist currently working in China. He’s a lifelong Liverpool supporter (no surprises there) and looks to add some analytical perspective to all things to do with Liverpool Football Club.

You can follow his Tweets (they’re sporadic to begin with) on https://twitter.com/Abhijan_Barua

Brendan Riley (Writer) – @bren_shamanic Watching, thinking, talking and reading about Liverpool FC has always come naturally to me. However, playing football has been a much tougher ask, 100% commitment 100% talentless sums me up in that department. Thankfully, writing has proved a much more fruitful venture and breaks up the life of law I currently lead quite nicely. A season ticket holder and self-declared footy nerd who hopes to deliver the occasional morsel of LFC insight to like minded reds.

Gabriel Darshan (Writer)aka Sutha Nirmalananthan and TaintlessRed. I am a lifelong Liverpool fan who has followed the Reds from near (e.g. living in Kirkby) and far (e.g. living in Johannesburg), though am again living back home in the UK. I’ve watched football in stadia all around the world, from the Maracana to the Camp Nou, though Anfield will of course always be the greatest! I enjoy healthy football debate, preferring reasoned analysis based on sound evidence over gossip. I also write a blog at http://taintlessred.blogspot.co.uk/ on all things Liverpool FC.

Shaheed Joseph (Writer) – From the most Southern part of the African Continent, I am from Cape Town. I have never been to Anfield  and have never seen the Reds in action live. My earliest memory of Liverpool FC was seeing Ian Rush score a header against Newcastle set up by John Barnes, I remember it clear as day and since then I have been a fan of the greatest team ever. I love talking about Liverpool and love discussing the performances after, win or lose.  Love writing for this site as its largely opinion based and gives us an opportunity to share our viewpoints from other parts of the world. All comments are welcomed and encouraged on any article posted as I love hearing from others regarding a topic we all love – YNWA

Ben Lockett (Writer)

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