Inner Workings of LFC to Be Revealed in ‘Our Liverpool: Never Walk Alone’ Documentary Series

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Inner Workings of LFC to Be Revealed in 'Our Liverpool: Never Walk Alone' Documentary SeriesFans who can’t get enough of Liverpool FC or top-level soccer (football) are in for a treat. LFC and Fox Soccer are teaming up to make a six-part documentary series that will expose the inner workings of Liverpool FC.

Our Liverpool: Never Walk Alone will follow the team from the end of the 2011-12 season through next summer’s preseason tour of North America, according to LiverpoolFC.tv.

“This is going to be a truly remarkable series for every football fan on earth, watching the inner workings of one of the world’s truly great clubs, and seeing things no one outside the inner sanctum has seen or experienced before,” FOX Sports Media Group chairman and CEO David Hill said.

FOX Soccer will bring its cameras deep into Anfield and the club’s training base at Melwood. There, fans will see how Liverpool FC stars like Luis Suarez and Steve Gerrard hone their craft under the watchful eyes of manager Kenny Dalglish.

The series will be led by one of the best in the business. Producer Scott Boggins worked on projects at HBO that have won dozens of Emmy awards. These include the “24/7” series, which provided around-the-clock access to major boxing matches and hockey games.

“Our goal is to capture the essence of what it means to be a part of Liverpool Football Club in an authentic manner, and no producer has more experience with this style of story-telling than Scott Boggins,” FOX Soccer General Manager David Nathanson said.

“Scott’s body of work is remarkable, giving fans a true peek behind the curtain into the lives of sport’s biggest teams, athletes and coaches. Scott has proven his ability to capture these inner workings in a truly organic manner, and now he has the opportunity to tell Liverpool FC’s rich story to a global audience.”

The series will air globally in the fall of 2012.

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