Cameras were allowed full access to all aspects of the club and players, on the pitch and training fields, in the gyms, changing rooms and boardrooms, at team meetings and at home. The film captures the recruitment process as the club sought a new manager and the moment when, two weeks later, Brendan ‘Buck’ Rodgers arrived at Melwood, prior to Liverpool’s North American tour. He had an impressive track record at Swansea City, but would the new ‘king of the Kop’ be able to raise Liverpool’s game in time for the new season? Endorsing the appointment, managing director Ian Ayre says, “Brendan was always first choice. He has his own style and philosophy, which is evident in watching what he achieved last year with Swansea.
The clock counts down from 48 hours to kick-off when Liverpool take on the current league champions, Manchester City - the first match of the Premiere League season on the hallowed Anfield pitch. From groundskeepers to the owners, everyone's journey to the kick-off of this pivotal match is captured.
Featuring the Liverpool v Manchester City game from the kick-off to the end of the match and its aftermath, as it has never been seen before. The match is chronicled from the perspective of all the favourite personalities that have been encountered throughout the series. Win, lose, or draw, learn why Liverpool FC and their fans 'Never Walk Alone'.
Brendan Rodgers begins to rebuild Liverpool Football Club from the inside out, on-the-road as they face Toronto FC (Brendan's first match as manager). The club then faces AS Roma in the shadow of The Green Monster as Fenway Park is transformed into a soccer stadium. The players take some time off for fun during their U.S. tour. Andy Carrol and Steven Gerrard return from their tour of duty on the England Men's National Team.
Liverpool Football Club were struggling at the end of last season when a club-wide re-org is kicked off with the naming of new manager, Brendan Rodgers. Under the watch of a new regime the team re-gathers at Melwood Training Facility to prepare for pre-season.Cameras were allowed full access to all aspects of the club and players, on the pitch and training fields, in the gyms, changing rooms and boardrooms, at team meetings and at home.
We follow Jamie Carragher and his son at the LFC Youth Academy, while new manager Rodgers analyses the West Brom match with an eye towards the club's first home Premier League game of the season against the reigning champions, Manchester City.
Home at last. With the start of the Premier League season in their sights, the transfer window looms while the team takes on FC Golem to qualify for the UEFA Europa League. Backstage at Anfield with Ian Ayre, Steve Gerrard, Lucas Lieva and Luis Suarez. New players join the club.