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Liverpool scores a historically negative number after being eliminated from the FA Cup


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The Liverpool team achieved a historically negative number after losing to Brighton 1-2 and bidding farewell to the FA Cup for the current season 2022-2023, from the fourth round.

And the “Opta” network, which specializes in numbers and statistics, stated that the Liverpool team lost nine matches in all competitions this season out of 31 matches. And the Liverpool team lost this number of matches, more than double the number of losses in the entire last season, as it was defeated in 4 matches out of 63 matches.

Liverpool's defeat against Brighton and farewell to the FA Cup is an extension of a series of negative results presented by the Reds during this season at the local level.

The Liverpool team staggered in the English Premier League this season, and fell to ninth place with 29 points, collecting them from 8 wins, 5 draws and 6 defeats, respectively, to definitely lose the opportunity to compete for the Premier League title this season.

Then the Liverpool team bid farewell to the English Professional League Cup, after losing to Manchester City 2-3 in the round of 16, to lose the opportunity to compete for another championship this season.

Liverpool missed the chance to win a third championship this season, after losing to Brighton 1-2 and bidding farewell to the FA Cup in the round of 64.

Liverpool has one chance left if it wants to satisfy its fans, which is the Champions League, but it seems that the task is difficult in light of its collision with Real Madrid, the defending champion, in the round of 16.

Liverpool FC

English professional football club, founded on March 15, 1892, in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, by English businessman John Houlding. The team is known for its red colors, which is why it is nicknamed the Reds. The team is currently playing in the English Premier League.

Liverpool won 14 titles on the European continent, winning more European titles than any other English club, after achieving the Champions League title 6 times, the last of which was in 2019, trailing Real Madrid with eight titles and AC Milan with one title, and winning the FA Cup. He won the European Super Cup 3 times, and won the Club World Cup once. In terms of the European classification, it ranks 42nd at the level of European teams, according to the UEFA classification, based on the results it has achieved in European competitions in the last five years.

Domestically, Liverpool is the second most English club to win the league title with 19 championships, one championship behind Manchester United, who won the league title 20 times. Liverpool also won a single Lancashire League championship in 1892, and won the Second Division title 4 times. As for the cups, the team won 16 titles in the FA Shield, 8 titles in the FA Cup, and 9 titles in the English League Cup. This brings the total number of his domestic championships to about 56 titles. After Liverpool FC was founded in 1892, it participated in the Football League the following year. The most successful period for Liverpool is the seventies and eighties, when Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley led the club to achieve eleven league titles and seven European Cups. Liverpool has longstanding rivalries with neighbors Everton and Manchester United. The team has been playing in red since 1964, when Bill Shankly changed the team's clothes from red shirt and white shorts to red. The club's anthem is "You'll Never Walk Alone", which the fans sing before the start of each home match. The club has played at Anfield since its inception.

Liverpool FC plays all its official matches at Anfield, which has a capacity of 54,074 spectators. Everton is the historic rival of Liverpool, as it brings them together in a famous derby match known as the Merseyside Derby, which represents a derby between the two best teams in Liverpool. On the other hand, Manchester United is considered the sworn enemy of Liverpool, as these confrontations are considered one of the most important sports competitions in English football, as the two most title-winning clubs gather, as Manchester United achieved 62, while Liverpool achieved 59 championships, and it was said about it that it is «the match with the most fame in English football. The club's fans were party to two disasters. The first was the Heysel Stadium disaster in 1985, when a wall collapsed under the pressure of the fleeing crowd at Heysel Stadium, as a result of riots before the start of the 1985 European Champion Clubs' Cup Final match between Liverpool and Juventus. As a result, 39 people died and 600 people were injured. The second was the Hillsborough disaster in 1989 at the Hillsborough Stadium, the home ground of Sheffield Wednesday, during a football match between Nottingham Forest and Liverpool in the semi-finals of the FA Cup. As a result, 96 people died and many others were injured.

Economically, according to the Forbes magazine report known as the Forbes list of the richest football clubs in the world, Liverpool is the tenth richest club in the world and the fifth in England, with a market value in 2014: $691 million. The club also occupies the eighth place in the ranking of the list of the 10 most expensive brands in football, with a value of 280 million euros. The club ranked twelfth in the annual statistic known as Deloitte's list of the richest football clubs in the world published by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, after the club's income amounted to about 240.6 million euros. Since October 15, 2010, the club has been owned by Fenway Sports Group, after it bought ownership of the club for £300 million. On the other hand, Liverpool FC is a founding member of the G-14 group of leading European clubs, which has now been abolished and replaced by the European Clubs Association.

Roshin Damon is a professional journalist since 2011, a media graduate from Kuwait University, a technology expert, a media consultant and a member of the International Organization of Journalists - a member of the fact-checking team at Meta Company. He writes in the fields of entertainment, art, science and technology, and believes that the pen can change everything. Email: Email: