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PremierLeague-News.Com - Liverpool are set to be bolstered by the return of a significant influence next season as Government outline roadmap out of lockdown

Liverpool news Liverpool set for 'new signing' boost next season after major decision PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Liverpool are set to be bolstered by the return of a significant influence next season as Government outline roadmap out of lockdown

Liverpool news  Liverpool set for 'new signing' boost next season after major decision PremierLeague-News.Com
23 February 2021 - 01:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! When Liverpool supporters drifted away from Anfield in the wake of Champions League elimination to Atletico Madrid almost 12 months ago, they already knew it could be some time before they returned. Few, though, could have anticipated their absence would be so prolonged. The coronavirus pandemic was already prompting fear and confusion the last time Jurgen Klopp's side played to a full house on March 11, a game many still believe should not have gone ahead. Indeed, Liverpool would have to wait another 102 days before they were next in action, the UK joining countries across the globe by locking down in the face of such a threat to life. Read More Related Articles Andy Robertson addresses Liverpool 'dressing room fight' rumour with Alisson Becker Read More Related Articles Diogo Jota ready to hand Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp major injury boost But when the Reds did return to the pitch, it was behind closed doors. As with every other club until the end of the season. And the start of this season. And then almost the entirety of it. By the time the campaign ends, a maximum of 16,000 Liverpool fans will have attended Anfield to watch the Reds play. A further 2,000 Fulham followers saw Jurgen Klopp's side at Craven Cottage in December. The home games against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Tottenham Hotspur and West Bromwich Albion saw 2,000 supporters make the noise of more than 10 times that amount. And now, after the Government on Monday mapped out the path towards a return to normal life, there is the prospect of 10,000 being allowed in for the final day of the season at home to Crystal Palace. Of course, they won't be able to celebrate last season's title win. That moment has long passed, fans at least having been able to enjoy the ride until shortly before the 30-year wait was ended with Jordan Henderson lifting the silverware at an empty Anfield last July. But to be back in such number will be a relief for everyone concerned. Must-read Liverpool FC news Carra not sorry for LFC comments Ref decision v EFC 'was a joke' Robertson on dressing room rumours Critics only telling half the story If matters go to plan - and, let's be brutally honest here, they largely haven't during the pandemic - the ending of social restrictions on June 21 will in theory mean there will be no limit on crowds from the start of the next campaign.

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. And how the Reds have missed their fanbase, perhaps more so than most other clubs. After all, there's a reason Klopp was so keen to strengthen the bond between team and supporters soon after his arrival in October 2015. Consider this. Since the initial lockdown, Liverpool have played 18 games at Anfield in front of no crowd, failing to win eight of them. That is the same amount of games they had not won during their previous 57 home games. And after fans were again locked out of Anfield late last year, Liverpool have taken one point from five home games, failed to score from open play and lost four successive league games on their own patch for the first time since 1923. Sign up to our free LFC email newsletter Get all the latest Liverpool breaking news, team news, transfer rumours, injury updates plus analysis of what's next for the Reds. You'll also get the latest transfer talk and analysis straight to your inbox every day with our FREE email newsletter. Sign up here - it only takes a few seconds! Coincidence? Probably not. Yes, incessant injuries and subsequent loss of form have been the major factors. But when the Reds, after several years of success, have needed their fans to help drag them out of the mire, they haven't been there. That they won't be until the final day at the earliest means Liverpool's players will again have to find motivation from within for what remains in this difficult campaign. Next season, though, the power of Anfield will be felt once again. And no matter what transfer business Klopp does during the summer, the return of the 12th man could be the most significant 'signing' of them all. Read More Related Articles Liverpool critics are only telling half the story and Robert Lewandowski shows it Read More Related Articles Liverpool have a Philippe Coutinho question to answer if they are to unlock Thiago Alcantara

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