Ste Lindell

Feature writer on Anfield Index. I bleed Liverpool by nature. Bachelor's in Journalism, but write about my beloved Reds when I find the time.

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Andy Robertson: Mr. Consistent Impressing For Liverpool Again

Andy Robertson: Mr. Consistent Impressing For Liverpool Again

During last summer in which Liverpool did some fine business for the long-term, from the unparalleled brilliance of Mohamed Salah to the utility of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, there is one man that has been the unsung hero through all of this - Andy Robertson. When Robertson was signed from Hull City last summer for £8 million with Kevin Stewart going the other way, his arrival came at the expense of very little fanfare. Despite being a rare source of light in …
The Ramifications Of Philippe Coutinho's Transfer To Barcelona

The Ramifications Of Philippe Coutinho's Transfer To Barcelona

On Saturday, the news Liverpool fans had long been dreading and Barcelona fans had been dreaming of was finally announced. Philippe Coutinho was officially made a Barcelona player, becoming the third most expensive player in the world - behind fellow countryman Neymar and Kylian Mbappe at €142million. The only solace that Reds fans can take from this is that the saga surrounding the Brazilian's future is finally over. From the transfer request Coutinho handed in the summer to the personalised Nike …
Individual Errors Becoming A Theme In Liverpool's Season

Individual Errors Becoming A Theme In Liverpool's Season

Liverpool's entertaining 3-3 draw away at Arsenal on Friday evening was definitely one for the neutral - but not if you're a Reds supporter and have any regard whatsoever for the health of your heart. A topsy-turvy game saw the visitors race into a two-goal lead which seemed unassailable at the time, with the Reds utterly dominant in every department. However, in typical Liverpool style, they gifted Arsenal three goals in the space of 388 seconds to miraculously give the …
Liverpool Must Learn To Hold Onto The Lead

Liverpool Must Learn To Hold Onto The Lead

Since the debacle at Wembley back in October, Liverpool's form has been impressive. (Editors Note: This article was written before Liverpool's 4-0 win over Bournemouth) Emphatic wins over the likes of Huddersfield Town, West Ham, Southampton, Stoke and Brighton have put the Reds back on course to keep in touch with the top 3 - and Klopp's side do appear to have banished their previous struggles against deep-sitting sides lower down the table. This ultimately led to dropped points against …
Gini Wijnaldum - Improve Or Be Dropped

Gini Wijnaldum - Improve Or Be Dropped

I'm not usually a fan of criticising or singling out a player for a poor performance - especially considering the reactionary nature of some Liverpool supporters on social media or at the stadium. However, a string of below-par performances simply cannot be ignored. And in Georginio Wijnaldum's case, it's no different. The Rotterdam-born central midfielder has a dexterous side to his game, but he also at times fails to stand up and be counted. The Dutchman signed for Liverpool in …
What Jurgen Klopp Has To Change To Avoid Season Derailing

What Jurgen Klopp Has To Change To Avoid Season Derailing

In the wake of Liverpool's frustrating 1-1 draw against Burnley in the Premier League on Saturday, manager Jurgen Klopp and his men were left with more questions than answers. 2 points dropped against the Clarets added a run-of-the-mill seven days for the Reds, following a 6-0 harrowing at Manchester City followed by a 2-2 draw against Sevilla in their curtain raiser Champions League match at Anfield. And on Tuesday night, the club compounded a dreadful fortnight with a disappointing 2-0 …
Candidates for Liverpool's MOTM v Hoffenheim

Candidates for Liverpool's MOTM v Hoffenheim

Liverpool booked a place in the Champions' League group stages with a 4-2 win over Hoffenheim, in a terrific attacking performance at Anfield. With Jurgen Klopp's side taking a 2-1 away lead going into the tie, the Germans were very confident ahead of the clash - reflected in manager Julien Naglesmann's comments:
"I don't care about home or away, we won't be intimidated by Anfield. I am not overly in awe of this club."
The 30 year old must have …
Candidates for Liverpool's MOTM vs Hoffenheim

Candidates for Liverpool's MOTM vs Hoffenheim

Liverpool drew first blood in their Champions League qualifying tie against Hoffenheim with a 2-1 win, thanks to goals from Trent Alexander-Arnold & James Milner. Having opened their Premier League account unconvincingly with a 3-3 draw away at Watford on Saturday, the Reds travelled to the Rhein-Neckar Arena knowing they were up against a Hoffenheim side that had not been beaten in 459 days on their own turf. When the 22-man squad that would travel to south-western Germany was announced …
Candidates for Liverpool’s MOTM vs Watford

Candidates for Liverpool’s MOTM vs Watford

Liverpool were denied an opening day victory as Miguel Britos's late header shared the spoils for Watford at Vicarage Road. Much of the pre-match talk was dominated by the headlines of Philippe Coutinho, who had handed in a transfer request the Friday before the game. The general consensus was that the Reds had to put the stories regarding the Brazilian to one side as they looked to open their Premier League season with a win at Marco Silva's Watford. It …
The Reds' Midfield Conundrum

The Reds' Midfield Conundrum

With the transfer window officially opening on Saturday, it's no secret Liverpool could well be big spenders this summer. Last season's 4th placed finish did ensure that the Champions League group stages are within touching distance ahead of next season - but in equal measure, it offers plenty of scope for improvement ahead of next term. It should be another exciting year for Liverpool FC, you can get tickets for next Liverpool game here. Centre-back and left-back have been heavily touted …
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