Our weekly review of the last seven days on Twitter for Reds stars past and present features one current Liverpool player becoming a father and mass support for the Hillsborough charity single.
Late on Friday night, one Reds defender was celebrating long before the match against Fulham began - as Jose Enrique became a father.
"The best thing ever. I can't wait to kiss him again. The best Christmas present ever. Best day of my life. Thanks god for that," the Spaniard tweeted after posting a selection of photos of his new son.
Another teammate had rather different reasons to be pleased earlier in the day, with Raheem Sterling signing a new long-term deal to remain at Anfield. Daniel Pacheco was quick to tweet his congratulations: "Well done Raheem on his new contract. Well deserved."
Indeed it was a remarkable week all round for the club, following the announcement on Wednesday to quash the original inquest verdicts into the Hillsborough disaster - an outcome the families had been campaigning for throughout the last 23 years.
Former Reds boss Kenny Dalglish perfectly captured the feeling after the decision.
Another battle of sorts is taking place off the field, as the Justice Collective's Hillsborough charity single, 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother', attempts to become Christmas No.1.
Jonjo Shelvey and Suso both expressed their support for the cause on Twitter during the week. The former said: "Buy the justice collective single help get it to number one. Thank you." His midfield colleague did exactly that...
Luis Suarez, meanwhile, had his hands on another award...
And former Reds defender Gary Gillespie was in a positive mood as the clash with Fulham approached, tweeting: "Fulham only won 1 out of 9 away games. Surely must be a Liverpool home win!!"