* Fields need to be completed
Account Details
Username * :
Password * :
Confirm Password * :
Email Address * :
Confirm Email Address * :
Please type the letters &
numbers in the box below
Personal Details
First Name * :
Last Name * :
Country * :
Date of Birth * : Select date
Favourite Team :
I have read and accept the Terms & Conditions.
I have read and accept the Privacy Policy.
Send me occasional Inside Futbol updates.
  |   Forgot Password?
XPlease log in...
Username :
Password :
...or sign in with your Facebook account
Connect with Facebook
Register   |   Forgot Password?
XEnter your email...
Email address:
Inside FutbolInside Futbol

06 October 2018

On Mobile!
Inside Futbol is fully optimised for mobile devices. Point your phone's browser towards www.insidefutbol.com!

26 August 2018


Inside Futbol is on Twitter. Follow us to make sure you never miss a thing!


31/12/2018 - 11:50 BST

We Won’t Change Our Approach For Manchester City – Liverpool Star


Liverpool centre-back Virgil van Dijk insists that the Reds will not play for a draw when they take on Manchester City on Thursday, and will focus on doing what they are good at.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have a seven-point lead over Manchester City at the top of the table and any result other than a defeat will be seen as a favourable outcome for the Merseyside outfit.

Liverpool have a good record against Manchester City and are unbeaten in the last four meetings between the two sides in all competitions.

Confidence is high in the Liverpool ranks as the side are on a nine-game winning run and are yet to lose in the league this season.

Van Dijk admitted that it will be a tough game, but he insists it is a fixture Liverpool want to win.

“City is a game that we want to win. It will be very hard, very tough, but for them as well”, Van Dijk told Liverpool’s official website.

"It’s going be a good match, but it is not a decisive game or something like that.

"We are not going to treat it different
to any other.

“We will be prepared for a very tough game. Confidence is definitely here, but it can change over a couple of games."

“We won’t get carried away. We need to keep doing what we have been doing.”

Should Liverpool win, they would go 10 points clear of Manchester City in the Premier League table.