The top 10 most influential Liverpool FC related Twitter accounts

Anfield Pitch

We profile a number of prominent people who Tweet about Liverpool and all things Anfield.

Do you follow these guys? If not you really should...

The Anfield Wrap –

Why should you follow them? Not only do they discuss matters around the football club but the city as well. They produce very good written pieces and a downloadable magazine, along with contributions from fans, journalists and even rival fans if the situation requires them to do so.

@TheAnfieldWrap (45,744 followers)

John W Henry –

He is the owner of Liverpool Football Club, though he rarely tweets he has come out with some gems such as asking what Arsenal were smoking over at the Emirates and when replying to a Manchester United fan over what he had won in the 2010/11 season, he replied with ‘best looking owner’.

@John_W_Henry (308,087 followers)

Lucas –

Lucas seems quite keen to interact on twitter, and always has something to say after a match.

@LucasLeiva87 (867,340 followers)

The Kop Magazine

A magazine that has a bit of news, comment and analysis about the club, but can also have something amusing to say about what's going on about the footballing world, both at and away from Liverpool.

@TheKopMagazine (46,188 followers)

This is Anfield –

Another good fan site that provides both interesting insight, content and some information that you don’t often see in the mainstream media – well not for a while at least.

@thisisanfield (203,946 followers)

Spirit of Shankly –

A voice of the supporters who would like to have their say at what is going on at the club, and looks after the interests of supporters.

@spiritofshankly (82,003 followers)

Robbie Fowler –

That man they called ‘God’ has never been shy of a few words to say about Liverpool. It will be interesting to see if he gives any insight into the academy.

@Robbie9Fowler (599,057 followers)

Kenny Dalglish –

Regarded by many as the greatest player to have every played for the club. He’s usually a bit quiet on the social networking front, but he tends to speak on the important matters surrounding the club online.

@kennethdalglish (603,289 followers)

John Aldridge –

He’s more often than not got something to say about what is going on at Liverpool Football Club, both on Twitter and on Radio City.

@RealAldo474 (89,428 followers)

Didi Hamann –

Hamann certainly offers some interesting views on football widely, but there is a lot of focus on Liverpool. There was a very funny time he got into a Twitter row with Joey Barton, but that’s not to be expected every day.

@DietmarHamann (338,688 followers)

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